Dr Yen Yung Yap Death – Dead: Australian-based health professional, Dr Yen Yung Yap has sadly passed away. Dr Yen Yung Yap was reported to have died a few days ago. His cause of death or what killed him was never disclosed to the public. Yen Yung is trained as a Gynaecologist, Gynaecologist – Infertility (IVF) Specialist, Obstetrician and has 2 practices located in Glandore, Port Adelaide.

Dr Yen Yung Yap left behind his beautiful wife, Ms Mei-Khing Loo and three young school-aged children (Michelle and Edwin). Dr Yen-Yung Yap who was reported missing was found dead this month.

An AHPRA spokeswoman said “The police are preparing a report for the coroner about Dr Yap’s death and will co-operate with any inquiries.

His death was announced by the Australian Health Reform Association (AHReform) in an official statement.

The statement reads below:-

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dr Yen Yung Yap.
Yung, an Adelaide based ObGyn, was a driver for change and reform. Sadly, he was relentlessly pursued by elements in Australia’s healthcare system.

Yung was a foundation member of AHReform and we are determined to effect changes in process and regulation, in his name. Please consider joining our group if not already a member.

The statement of Australian Health Reform Association (AHReform) is attached, herewith.

Few Things You Need To Know About Dr Yen Yung Yap

Dr Yap is the founder and director of Yap Specialist. A specialist providing holistic care in the area of Women’s Health, Fertility and Pregnancy. Under his care, as your private Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Yap explores a care plan which is individually-tailored, evidence-based and comprehensive.

For the past few years as a private obstetrician, Dr Yap has been able to attend to all his patients’ obstetric delivery. Yes, for each and every single pregnancy. Moreover, for all women planning for a vaginal birth, Dr Yap has been able to manage the entire labour process and currently holds a track record of achieving 90% vaginal birth rate, 100% survival rate and none suffering from any permanent injury.

He bagged his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), medicine at the University of Adelaide. He started working as Yap medical specialist in 2017.

The Statement Continues

A final farewell to my departed friend, Dr Yen Yung Yap. Your work in the community and your profession will always be remembered. Rest in peace, my Friend.

VALE TO DR YEN YUNG YAP MB, BS (Adel), MRMed (UNSW), FRANZCOG HON SECRETARY: AUSTRALIAN HEALTH REFORM ASSOCIATION INC. 5 September2020.

The President and Board of the Australian Health Reform Association Inc. (AHReform) wish to announce the passing of our beloved Hon Secretary, Dr Yen Yung Yap, who left us suddenly on about 4 September 2020.

As a family man, he was a kind and loving husband to Mei Khing Loo and father to his 3 young children, Joyce, Michelle and Edwin. Sadly, his children no longer able to wish him a Happy Father’s Day this Sunday 6 September 2020.
Many mothers benefited from his care and exacting medical skills, and he safely brought so many babies into this world with the utmost care, and put countless smiles on so many grateful parents, as a senior obstetrician and gynaecologist.

Dr Yap was a foundation member of the Australian Health Reform Association and took up the position of Foundation Hon Secretary. He was committed to helping those being victimized and removing any stigma that was planted on them. He was passionate about providing justness to the underdogs being denigrated by the system. Indeed, Dr Yap was also a victim of the Australian medical system and its processes, and in the end, the stress and trauma finally overtook him; he was prematurely taken from us.

Dr Yap was passionate about advocating for the interests of the Chinese community in Australia, and despite his busy schedule, he volunteered as a member of the National Chinese Australian Leaders Group fighting for social justice and against racism.

Today, the Chinese Australian community mourns the loss of one of her great sons who had displayed selfless devotion to his family, profession and community, and who had so much more to give to the world.
It is with great sadness that we write this final salutation to a good friend whom we all feel we have known for a lifetime.

On behalf of the members of the Australian Health Reform Association Inc., National Chinese Australian Leaders Group and Health Professional Reform Association (HPARA), we express our sincerest condolences to Dr Yap’s wife Mei Khing Loo & her 3 children, Joyce, Michelle and Edwin & the members of the Yap family.

His passion for social justice and a desire to help the underdog who was victimized and denigrated to obtain justice and removing any stigma that was planted on them.

May the soul of Dr Yen Yung Yap rest in peace.