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. Olivia Claire Wyatt

Speciality: General Practice

Nationality: United Kingdom

Languages Spoken: English

Gender: Female

Born to a British expat family in South Africa and raised in Botswana, Dr. Olivia is a 2005 graduate of St. George’s Medical School in Grenada, after which time she undertook a two-year foundation training in England—working in Southmead hospital in Bristol and then Lister Hospital in Hertfordshire—before returning to Africa.

 

Dr. Olivia’s time working in Botswana started out in a larger city hospital, but she soon found herself working at HIV clinics; this was during the height of the country’s HIV crisis, when 1 in 3 people were infected by the virus. She worked closely with Harvard Medical School and the Clinton Foundation, both of which had invested heavily in combating the disease in this region, helping them to set up these clinics. Sadly, in part because life expectancy was very low, most patients were very young. During this period she also studied courses in HIV and maternal health. During her spare time, she and her husband would travel the African savannah by landcruiser.

 

Moving to Vietnam in July 2010, Dr. Olivia began work with FMP until going on maternity leave in 2012. She returned for a short time after giving birth to her daughter Evie, but soon departed once more to have two more children, daughter Aggi Rose and son Louis. She returned to FMP in late 2017 as a part time GP and remains enthusiastic about her work with the clinic. In her spare time, Dr. Olivia enjoys reading, although she has a particular love of cooking, and is a practicing vegetarian. She is currently working towards her Masters In Public Health (MPH) with the London School of Tropical Diseases.

1999 A-Levels: Maths, Biology and Chemistry, Bedales School, Petersfield, Hampshire, UK
2000 - 2004 Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
2004

BLS (Basic Life Support)

2006 CRISP (Recognition of Critically Ill Surgical Patients)
2006

Accident and Emergency Radiology Course

2007 - 2008

Medical Officer at Princess Marina Hospital, Botswana

 2008

KITSO Basic Training Programme- A course outlining Botswana’s guidelines on management and treatment of HIV and AIDS related conditions

   Safe Motherhood
2008 - now

Senior Medical Officer at Gaborone City Council Clinics, Botswana

2013 ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
2010 - 2014 General Practitioner at Family Medical Practice
2015 - 2016 General Practitioner at Columbia Asia Saigon Clinic
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