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What can polypolyclinic now do for You?

How many polyclinics are there in Singapore?

There are currently eighteen polyclinics located throughout the island, and these are managed by the two vertically integrated* delivery networks or clusters, National Healthcare Group (NHG) and Singapore Health Services (Singhealth), that were formed in year 2000. * The two clusters also manage the government's restructured hospitals.

When does all National Healthcare Group (NHG) polyclinics open and close?

All National Healthcare Group (NHG) Polyclinics 6355-3000 Mondays to Fridays 8:00am to 1:00pm (morning session registration ends 12pm) 2:00pm to 4:30pm (afternoon session registration ends 4pm) Saturdays 8:00am to 12:30pm (registration ends 12pm) Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays

What are the benefits of polyclinics?

The polyclinics provide subsidised outpatient medical care, health screening and pharmacy services, with some offering dental services as well. The Ministry of Health states that only 20% of primary healthcare is currently provided by the polyclinics versus 80% by private medical practitioners.

What can polypolyclinic now do for You?

  • Polyclinic Now sees patients with medical concerns that need attention fast. Have a face-to-face visit with your doctor from the comfort of your home. Get tested for COVID-19 at our walk-in or Acute Respiratory clinics. It's important to keep your hands clean and moisturized.

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How do I make an appointment at Polyclinic now?

  • Use my location Use my location. (Press the spacebar to add your zipcode) Request an appointment online or call New Patient Services at 1-206-329-1777. Polyclinic Now sees patients with medical concerns that need attention fast. Have a face-to-face visit with your doctor from the comfort of your home.

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How many polyclinics are there in Singapore?

  • There are currently eighteen polyclinics located throughout the island, and these are managed by the two vertically integrated* delivery networks or clusters, National Healthcare Group (NHG) and Singapore Health Services (Singhealth), that were formed in year 2000. * The two clusters also manage the government's restructured hospitals.

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When is the last time to register at the polyclinic?

  • Note: Patients who register in the morning may be provided with time slots in the afternoon.* Mainly for Special Services. Last registration is at 10.30 am. If you are on regular follow-up, we strongly encourage you to make an appointment before visiting the polyclinic. To make, change or cancel your appointment, call 66436969 or click here .

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