Cancer in the young is increasing. Should we be worried?
MBBS (London, UK), MRCGP (UK), MRCOG (UK)
Location: Star Vista
Adolescent Health · Contraception/Family Planning · Comprehensive Lifestyle Assessment (Health Screening) · Implanon Procedure · IUD Procedure · Lifestyle Medicine · Menopause · Mental Wellness · Minor Surgical Procedures · Sexual Health · Women’s Health Including PAP Smear ·
“Life as an expat comes with many highs, but given the ups and downs life presents, it also comes with unique stresses and strains that are amplified by not being able to fall back on the lifelong social connections we have at home. Most of us will need to build and rely on new support networks and it is always a privilege to become a trusted and knowledgeable member of that network for my patients.
The aspect I value most about working as a GP at Osler Health is the time I have with each patient. Having that time allows me to build relationships and really get to know my patients, what motivates them and how best I can partner with them to tackle whichever health challenge they are trying to overcome or when appropriate, have the time to just listen, encourage and support.”
After graduating from Imperial College, London in 2006, Dr Hutchins went on to undertake specialty training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Oxford and became a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2011. Having had her first child and seeking a more balanced work life, she moved back to London to retrain in General Practice and hasn’t looked back since! Whilst she still loves using her specialist experience to benefit girls and women in her care, she’s grateful to be able to address all their concerns, not just their reproductive ones, from the viewpoint of a holistic medical generalist and be able to look after the needs of the rest of the family unit as well.
Dr Natalie moved to Hong Kong in 2018 and worked there as a private GP for the international community, as well as providing free medical care for high-risk women from the city’s refugee community. She moved to Singapore in 2022 with her husband and 3 children and is excited to now be part of the Osler Health team.