What to bring to appointment
Your passport/ID

Previous memos/scans/tests results and medical reports in English (if any) – This is highly important to have a better understanding of the medical condition. Dr Lubna will need to physically assess the patient before advising on a treatment plan for patient's current medical condition.

All visits with Dr Lubna are on appointment basis. To assist us in securing your appointment, kindly click under contact or call the clinic at 6440 0833. We seek your kind cooperation to contact us within two working days if you are unable to attend your appointment.

Other Useful Information
The charge for the first consultation ranges from S$260 onwards depending on the length and complexity of consultation. This excludes any prescribed drugs/tests or procedures that may be ordered by the doctor. Our mode of payment is Cash or Credit Card or Paynow.

As part of infection precautionary measures, please confirm that for the past 21 days, the patient has not been admitted to any other hospital.

Please inform us prior to patient’s appointment on the following:
a) Does the patient or the accompanying caregiver have flu-like symptoms (i.e. fever OR cough OR sorethroat OR runny nose OR anosmia)?
b) Has the patient or the accompanying caregiver travelled from another country in the last 21days or been in contact with Covid 19 positive patient?

It is important to note that if a patient fulfills the criteria for suspect cases, we reserve the right to refuse consultation. Under current Ministry of Health requirements, suspect cases may require testing to potentially rule out Covid 19 infection.

In order to have a better understanding of your medical condition and to secure your appointment, the clinic staffs may verify with the patient reasons for their consultation & make routine enquiries such as:
a) For obstetric cases, when is the first day of their last normal menstrual period, how far is the patient into their pregnancy in weeks, their estimated due date, their intended hospital of delivery, tests results in English where available.
b) Similarly for gynaecological cases, the reason for consultation, any referrals, memos or/ and medical reports in English.

We encourage the obstetric patients to make an early appointment at around 6 to 8 gestational weeks if they do not experience any pain or bleeding and before 12 gestational weeks for optimal antenatal care for the wellbeing of mother and their baby.

We have provided some useful links below such as for obstetric patients, gestational age calculator, antenatal health care advice and for the gynaecological patients contraception guide, HPV vaccination etc.

We apologise that Dr Lubna cannot provide consultation over the phone or via email as she needs to physically assess your medical condition and may perform necessary investigations at the clinic before she can advise a treatment plan.



Gestational Age by LMP (first day of last menstrual period)

Gestational Age by EDD (estimated due date)

Healthy Start For Your Pregnancy

Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM)

GDM Diet and Monitoring

Cord Blood Banking

Normal Labour Information

Group B Strep and Pregnancy

Mental Health

Baby's Movements

Tips for Fasting

VACCINATION in Pregnancy

Influenza & Whooping Cough


Contraceptive Methods


Early Miscarriage
Hepatitis B & Vaccination
HPV Vaccine
Treatment for Symptoms of the Menopause
Premenstrual Syndrome RCOG