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What You May Have Missed: Gleneagles Tea Sessions

What You May Have Missed: Gleneagles Tea Sessions


Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Thank you for the overwhelming response to the Gleneagles Tea Sessions, where the previous Gleneagles Tea Sessions were all oversubscribed!
Since 1 August, participants were treated to weekly insightful and delightful exchanges over high tea with specialist doctors from Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore.

Pictures of past tea sessions with Dr Chia Yin Nin (Obstetrician & Gynaecologist), Dr Vivien Lim (Endocrinologist), Dr Daniel Yeo (Cardiologist), and Dr Esther Chuwa (General Surgeon):

Dr Chia Yin Nin (Obstetrician & Gynaecologist)| Gleneagles Tea Sessions




Dr Vivien Lim (Endocrinologist)|Gleneagles Tea Sessions



 Dr Daniel Yeo (Cardiologist)|Gleneagles Tea Sessions  Dr Esther Chuwa (General Surgeon)|Gleneagles Tea Sessions


 Held at Flutes in the National Museum of Singapore, be a part of the remaining four exclusive high tea & dialogue sessions with Gleneagles doctors and take charge of your health.
With only 15 seats available each session, register now at gleneagles.com.sg/strengthforlife/tea-session.html

Upcoming Gleneagles Tea Sessions:


UNDERSTANDING COLORECTAL CANCER
Colorectal cancer is the second most prevalent cancer amongst women in Singapore. On Sept 12, Saturday, 330pm, join Dr. Ng Kheng Hong, General Surgeon from Gleneagles Hospital Singapore, over an intimate session of afternoon tea at Flutes in the National Museum to find out more about the warning signs and important symptoms of colorectal cancer that you should be aware of. Get advice on maintaining a healthy colon, the importance of early detection, as well as treatment methods available today.

AM I AT RISK OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE?
It’s time to put your kidneys in the spotlight. Did you know most sufferers of early kidney disease do not show any symptoms? Come find out more about Chronic Kidney Disease with Dr. Roger Tan, Renal Physician from Gleneagles Hospital Singapore, over an intimate session of afternoon tea at Flutes in the National Museum. Happening 18 Sept, Friday, 330pm, Dr. Tan will be giving an informative talk discussing kidney health, the warning signs you should be aware of, and how to manage your risk of getting chronic kidney disease. 

HOW DO I TAKE CARE OF MY LIVER?
Modern lifestyles can increase your chances of getting liver diseases. Join Dr. Cheah Yee Lee, General Surgeon from Gleneagles Hospital Singapore, over an intimate session of afternoon tea at Flutes in the National Museum on 26 Sept, Saturday, 330pm to discuss common liver conditions that women should be mindful of. Learn what you should do to manage your risk of liver disease and what you should do to protect this vital organ.

UNDERSTANDING COMMON GYNAECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS. WHEN SHOULD YOU SEEK HELP?
Fibroids, cysts, endometriosis and infertility are some of the more common gynaecological conditions women suffer from. Join Dr. Siow, Obstetrician & Gynaecologist from Gleneagles Hospital Singapore, over an intimate session of afternoon tea at Flutes in the National Museum on 3 Oct, Saturday, 330pm, to learn more about these conditions and gain better insight on how to get treated. Come learn how medical advancements such as Laparoscopic Keyhole Surgery have allowed for less invasive and virtually "scarless" treatment options for women, and take charge of your health today. 

Please visit gleneagles.com.sg/strengthforlife/tea-session.html for more information.
For enquiries, please email gleneagleshospitalsingapore@gmail.com