Our Doctors
Our multi-national team of physicians are recruited from around the world. Together, we provide extensive healthcare and emergency medical services to both expatriate and Vietnamese residents and travellers.
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Dr. Rafi Kot

Speciality: Internal Medicine , CEO and Founder

Nationality: Israel

Languages Spoken: Vietnamese, English, Hebrew, Polish, German, Russian

Gender: Male

Dr. Rafi Kot

Internist, CEO & Founder

 

It’s safe to say that no one knows healthcare in Vietnam better than the very forthright and visionary Dr. Rafi Kot.

Relocating here in 1988 from his native Tel Aviv, Dr. Rafi was originally charged with running healthcare projects for minority tribespeople in the nation’s remote northern areas, including Dien Bien Phu and Ninh Binh. In 1994, he founded Family Medical Practice at its flagship Hanoi clinic, moving south to open its sister clinic in Ho Chi Minh City six years later, living in the city ever since. The practice has since expanded to two additional clinics in HCMC, adding a fifth location in Danang to its ranks along the way. 2016 saw a further evolution of FMP’s services with the launch of Vietnam’s first true emergency medical response system, *9999.

 

Beyond the clinic itself, Dr. Rafi continues to work toward improving the lives of the nation’s underprivileged communities. He has on several occasions closed the clinics to lead his administrative staff and medical team on charitable trips to impoverished mountainous areas, in order to supply remote village communities with supplies and essential treatments.

Dr. Kot leads a growing team of dedicated physicians specializing in Emergency & Evacuation Medicine, General Practice, Pediatrics and other specialties. He has developed Family Medical practice into one of the leading primary healthcare providers in Vietnam.

 

Outside of the practice, Dr. Rafi enjoys a passion for food—he is a particularly fine baker—as well as harboring a singular interest in horticultural technology that sees him growing plants and vegetables at home that are otherwise unavailable in the country. He studied at Israel’s Soroka Medical Center School of Medicine, and speaks Vietnamese, English, Hebrew, Polish, German, and Russian.

 

1985 M.D. Soroka Medical Center School of Medicine, Israel
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