News & Events

[Danang] Health talk: “My body belongs to me”

On June 12th 2017, Family Medical Practice Danang coordinated with Singapore International School @ Danang to organize health talks with the topic “change in you” for international students from Year 1 to Year 4.

Getting Tested For STDs in Ho Chi Minh City

Sometimes you do the dirty. Sometimes you do the dirty with a lot of people. Sometimes you do the dirty with a lot of people, and it leaves a trace. It’s absolutely normal for this to happen, but you gotta make sure you get checked for STDs.

Our landline number are changing

OUR PHONE NUMBERS ARE CHANGING along with this year’s national renumbering schedule that will see landline numbers being updated throughout Vietnam.
[FMP Hanoi] Protect yourself against measles outbreak

[FMP Hanoi] Protect yourself against measles outbreak

[FMP Hanoi] Protect yourself against measles outbreak

Influenza A

In recent weeks, our doctors have verified an outbreak of the influenza A virus in Ho Chi Minh City. Influenza A is a serious and highly transmissible strain of the flu virus, and is more severe than the common cold. We advise any patient suffering from the symptoms of a respiratory illness to remain at home to avoid transmitting this virus to other people.
[FMP Hanoi] REQUIREMENT OF A CONSENT LETTER FOR CHILDREN'S MEDICAL EXAMINATION

[FMP Hanoi] REQUIREMENT OF A CONSENT LETTER FOR CHILDREN'S MEDICAL EXAMINATION

[FMP Hanoi] REQUIREMENT OF A CONSENT LETTER FOR CHILDREN'S MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Holiday Notice - April, May 2017

Dear valued patients, Please be informed that Family Medical Practice clinics will follow the below operating schedules

Dr. Pedro L. Trigo - Keen To Improve The Quality Of Life

During his seven years in Vietnam, Dr. Pedro L. Trigo has tried to improve the quality of life - the top priority for this Argentine doctor.

[HCMC] Konnit Fast' N' Fun Tournament 2017

EMR *9999 and Family Medical Practice was pleased to see a huge turnout of young racers at the Konnit Fast' N' Fun Tournament 2017. There were over 400 young racers on the field from two to five years old. Thankfully, medical incidents were minor and kept to a minimum! The most important thing was that a great time was had by students and parents alike. Congratulations to the little racers who braved the heat and, more than anything, enjoyed their participation outdoors.

Cervical Cancer

One of the most devastating experiences a physician faces is to see a patient with a condition that is completely preventable and treatable—but because the patient presented it too late in the course of the disease, that condition is no longer curable, or can only be partially treated even with the most invasive/aggressive techniques. Cervical cancer is exactly that kind of condition.