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Psychiatric care in the heartland: Above: Dr Thong Jiunn Yew (left) and Dr Marcus Tan run the Nobel Psychologica...

Psychiatric care in the heartland: Above: Dr Thong Jiunn Yew (left) and Dr Marcus Tan run the Nobel Psychologica...

Above: Dr Thong Jiunn Yew (left) and Dr Marcus Tan run the Nobel Psychological Wellness Clinic in Ang Mo Kio, which offers specialist care at a lower cost. By Gwendolyn Ng NESTLED between a wet market, a hawker centre and neighbourhood shops in Ang Mo Kio is an unlikely tenant - a private specialist psychiatric clinic. Inside the Nobel Psychological Wellness Clinic at Block 452, Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, is a posh setting, complete with a carpeted waiting room and leather armchairs. What's more, hot beverages and soft drinks are offered to patients free of charge. The clinic, which opened in January last year, is possibly the only heartland psychiatric clinic in Singapore. Its location has been a boon to those who are in need of psychiatric help but cannot afford the fees of costly city clinics. The duo behind the clinic are buddies and psychiatrists - Dr Thong Jiunn Yew and Dr M...

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