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About Dr. Kurup

Dr Asok Kurup graduated with MBBS from the National University of Singapore in 1992. He then obtained postgraduate qualifications in internal medicine, which included the Master of Medicine (Internal Medicine) from the National University of Singapore and Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP), Edinburgh, UK in 1997. As he developed a keen interest in infectious diseases, he pursued advanced training in this specialty both locally and in the University of California at San Diego where he was a clinical and research fellow. Read More

He was awarded specialist accreditation in infectious diseases from the Ministry of Health Singapore and the Singapore Medical Council in 2001. He is also a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore (FAMS) since 2005.

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Services at our clinic

At ID Care we have the training and experience that covers a unique cross section of medicine to manage diverse infections ranging in complexity from outpatient care to complex inpatient situations.

We also provide travel advice and travel related vaccinations.We cater for ambulatory infusion therapy, so that selected patients can undergo outpatient intravenous infusion antibiotic therapy. We provide guidance for infection control programs in selected hospitals

Examples of conditions seen at ID Care:  
  • Community type infections like influenza
  • Melioidosis
  • Endocarditis
  • Tuberculosis
  • Pneumonia
  • Meningitis
  • Cellulitis or skin infections
  • Healthcare associated infections
  • Fungal infections
  • Prosthetic & Device related infections
  • Bone & Joint infections
  • Surgical infections
  • Parasitic infections like toxoplasmosis and malaria
  • Post-exposure prophylaxis

Feature Articles

  • Occupational Vaccination. The Singapore Family Physician. Vol 32 (3) July-Sep 2006
  • Curbside Consults. SMA News Vol 38 No 1.337. January 2006
  • Review of Infectious Colitis. Gut Views 2003
  • Infection in patients with Active Malignancy. Cancer Update Jan 2002
  • Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice: February 2002 - Volume 11 - Issue 2 - pp 52-57
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