Mount Pleasant @ Gelenggang
2 Jalan Gelenggang,
Singapore 578187
Tel: 6251 7666

Mount Pleasant @ Changi
Blk 848 Sims Avenue, #01-738,
Singapore 400848
Tel: 6546 0166


Dr Anthony Goh
Dr Anthony Goh

Dr Anthony Goh graduated from the University of Sydney in 1998, and is the first Singaporean to obtain a membership in small animal internal medicine by examination with the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in 2004. He also holds a Masters in Veterinary in Medicine in small animal medicine. He enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and has completed post-graduate courses in endocrinology, cardiology, ultrasonography, feline and internal medicine. He is one of the very few veterinarians in Singapore who can perform echocardiography, and has undergone formal training in both flexible and rigid endoscopy. Dr Goh is an advocate of evidence-based medicine and believes that good patient care can only be achieved by being at the forefront of veterinary knowledge and technology. Dr Goh enjoys spending quality time with his family and his two dogs – a Labradoodle and a Pomeranian. He is also an avid collector of vintage watches, artwork and furniture.
Dr Dennis Choi
Dr Dennis Choi
BVSc (Sydney), MANZCVS (Small Animal Surgery)

Dr Dennis Choi graduated from the University of Sydney in 1999, and obtained his membership in small animal surgery by examination with the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in 2009. Dr Choi has completed a wide range of surgical programs including a post-graduate surgery course with CVE Sydney, small animal surgery in orthopedics (AOVET), neurosurgery (Iowa State University), soft tissue surgery and surgical oncology (CVE). He has also completed surgical externships with specialist surgeons in Australia. His interests in small animal surgery include neurosurgery, surgical oncology and reconstructive surgery. He aspires to provide world-class veterinary care and works with the motto of "treating your patients the way you wish to be treated". Dr Choi is currently a committee member of the Singapore Veterinary Association and an executive board member of the Asian Society of Small Animal Surgery, and maintains a strong tie with Australian specialist surgeons. He enjoys spending his spare time with family, loves motor sports and is a supporter of the Queensland Reds rugby team in Australia.
Dr Nathalee Prakash
Dr Nathalee Prakash
BSc BVMS Hons (Murdoch), FANZCVS (Canine Medicine)

Dr. Nathalee Prakash is a specialist in Canine Medicine.

Dr. Nathalee Prakash graduated from Murdoch University in 2002. She obtained her membership in Canine Medicine in 2008 with the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (ANZCVS) and completed a three-year residency in Small Animal Medicine with the University of Melbourne in 2014. She obtained her specialist qualifications with the ANZCVS in 2014 and is aiming to credential with the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in 2016. She has published in the area of veterinary gastroenterology and immunology and is currently completing her PhD on inflammatory bowel disease in dogs.

N. Prakash, M. J. Sharman, S. Adsett, C. S. Mansfield (2011) “Vascular Hamartoma in the Oesophagus of a Dog” Australian Veterinary Practitioner, 42 (1) pp. 172-175.

N. Prakash, M. J. Day, P. Stumbles, I. R. Peters, M. Sharman, A. Paul and C. Mansfield (2012) "Assessment of Molecular Signalling Mechanisms for Eosinophilia in Rottweilers" Open Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 2 (4), pp. 170-177. doi: 10.4236/ojvm.2012.24027.

N. Prakash, P. Stumbles and C. Mansfield (2013) "Initial Validation of Cytokine Measurement by ELISA in Canine Feces," Open Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 3(6) pp. 282-288. doi: 10.4236/ojvm.2013.36046.

N. Prakash, C. Mansfield (2014) “Review of the use of budesonide, mycophenolate mofetil and leflunamide in dogs” Australian Veterinary Practitioner, Vol. 44, No. 1, pp. 567 – 573.
Dr Keshia Beng
Dr Keshia Beng
BSc BVMS (Murdoch), MANZCVS (Small Animal Medicine)

Dr Beng graduated from Murdoch University in 2011. She has been working for the Mount Pleasant Group since then. She is interested in small animal internal medicine and recently finished a post-graduate course in ultrasound with the University of Sydney. In her free time she enjoys helping out at Noah's Ark Natural Animal Sanctuary in Malaysia and also loves water sports.
Dr. Heng Fu Xian

Dr Heng graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2011 and started working in a busy 24-hour veterinary hospital in Melbourne, Australia. His primary focus was the management of emergency and critical care cases. He has also worked alongside veterinary specialists with referral cases. In 2016, Dr Heng relocated back to Singapore to spend more time with his family and has since joined MPVC. He is interested in small animal critical care and surgery, and also strongly believes in animal welfare, working closely with clients to achieve the best possible outcomes in various situations. Outside of work, he enjoys travelling, listening to music and loves sports, especially soccer.

Dr Ng graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Edinburgh in 2016. She completed a one year rotating internship with MPJG under the tutorship of specialists and experienced veterinarians before starting as a consulting veterinarian. She has a special interest in veterinary oncology and internal medicine. She also enjoys travelling, scuba diving and spending quality time with her loved ones and her corgi, Elmo. 


Dr Erica Ang graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London and has been practising in Singapore since. She strives to provide a high standard of care for both her furry patients and their owners. She is keen to be involved in every aspect of veterinary medicine but is especially interested in anaesthesia and neurology. In her free time, she enjoys swimming and yoga, as well as spending time with her two cats and her loved ones.
Dr. Asha Radicic
Dr. Asha Radicic
DVM (Ontario, Canada), MS (Tennessee)

Dr. Asha Radicic graduated from the University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary college in 2003. Prior to her doctorate she completed a Master of Science in 1997 in Microbiology and Molecular Cell Sciences with an emphasis and publications in canine genetics.

Dr. Radicic is from Southern California where she worked as a small animal general and emergency veterinarian for 7 years. She also spent 3 years working in the Middle East as an American civilian veterinarian for Naval Support Activity, Bahrain where she helped care for the military working dogs and service members pets living in the region. Dr. Radicic maintains memberships in the American Veterinary Medical Association and California Veterinary Medical Association. She recently moved to Singapore with her husband and two black Labradors, Raina and Mukhi. In her free time, she enjoys traveling to developing countries to provide international aid for animals as a member of World Vets.


Dr Candice Yeo graduated from Murdoch University in 2016. She has a keen interest in all things feline, as well as an interest in surgery. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, baking and playing sports. She is currently owned by three cats and would love to add a dog to her furry family in the future.


Dr Sunah graduated from Massey University in 2013 and began her one year internship at Mount Pleasant Jalan Gelenggang the following year. Her special interest lies in animal nutrition. Dr Sunah has worked with Hill's Pet Nutrition as a Territory Manager, and this has broadened her perspective in patient welfare as she interacted with both veterinarians and owners of pets. Dr Sunah strives to give her patients the best care and love. There is nothing more worthwhile than seeing sick patients leave the hospital with regained health and energy.

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2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
6.30 pm - 8.30 pm

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2.00 pm - 4.30 pm

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