Covid-19 Information

We are committed to providing you the care you need during this pandemic to ensure the safety and well-being of our patients and community. From our tele-consultation service to equipping you with all the latest information about the virus, we are well-prepared to assist you throughout. Our information will also be constantly updated, in response to the situation of the pandemic. If you need further information, please call +603-7491 9191.
Visitors Guide
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General Wards

  • Visiting hours: 12pm – 8pm daily only
  • A maximum of 2 visitors daily only
  • Only 1 visitor at a time, 30 minutes each person
  • Must be fully vaccinated*
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Critical Wards

  • Visiting hours: 12pm - 2pm & 6pm - 8pm only daily
  • A maximum of 2 immediate family visitors only (throughout the critical ward admission)
  • Only 1 visitor at a time, 15 minutes each person
  • Must be fully vaccinated*
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Transit Wards

  • Strictly no visitors allowed
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Overnight Visitors
(In-Patient Companion)

  • One (1) companion allowed for patients with special needs, paediatric patients and elderly patients who require a carer
  • Family members / Caretakers only
  • Companion must be fully vaccinated*
  • COVID-19 PCR test required – ONE (1) complimentary test is provided

* Fully vaccinated:

  • 14 days after completion of 2nd dose of Pfizer / SinoVac / AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine
  • 28 days after one dose of Johnson & Johnson / CanSino COVID-19 vaccine

Please declare if you have there symptoms:

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Fatigue
  • Sore Throat
  • Cough
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Loss of smell or taste
  • Nausea / vomiting
  • Body ache / headache
  • Runny nose / nasal congestion
  • Diarrhoae / stomach discomfort or pain

Priority access for :

The Elderly   The Elderly
Pregnant woman   Pregnant woman
Individual limited mobility   Individual with limited mobility
Individual infant   Individual with infant
Home Isolation Guidelines, Made Simple.

If you're a mild COVID-19 patient or a caregiver who looks after one, you will find this guidebook helpful in navigating your way through effective home isolation.

  • Categories of COVID-19
  • COVID-19 - Delta Variant
  • Home Isolation
  • Home Quarantine
  • Warning Signs to
    Watch Out For
  • Happy Hypoxia
  • What is a Pulse Oximeter
    & Oxygen Concentrator
  • General Coping Tips
  • Tips to Improve Breathing
  • Basic Infection Control &
    Preventive Measures
  • Tips for Caregivers &
    Caring for Yourself
  • Post-COVID-19
  • Supporting You Through
    Home Care
  • Traditional & Complementary
    Medicine in COVID-19
  • COVID-19 Vaccination -
    Care After Vaccination
  • Useful Numbers
  • Categories of COVID-19
  • COVID-19 - Delta Variant
  • Home Isolation
  • Home Quarantine
  • Warning Signs to
    Watch Out For
  • Happy Hypoxia
  • What is a Pulse Oximeter
    & Oxygen Concentrator
  • General Coping Tips
  • Tips to Improve Breathing
  • Basic Infection Control &
    Preventive Measures
  • Tips for Caregivers &
    Caring for Yourself
  • Post-COVID-19
  • Supporting You Through
    Home Care
  • Traditional & Complementary
    Medicine in COVID-19
  • COVID-19 Vaccination -
    Care After Vaccination
  • Useful Numbers
  • Categories of COVID-19
  • COVID-19 - Delta Variant
  • Home Isolation
  • Home Quarantine
  • Warning Signs to Watch Out For
  • Happy Hypoxia
  • What is a Pulse Oximeter & Oxygen Concentrator
  • General Coping Tips
  • Tips to Improve Breathing
  • Basic Infection Control & Preventive Measures
  • Tips for Caregivers & Caring for Yourself
  • Post-COVID-19
  • Supporting You Through Home Care
  • Traditional & Complementary Medicine in COVID-19
  • COVID-19 Vaccination - Care After Vaccination
  • Useful Numbers

Get your digital copy of the Home Care Guidebook for Mild COVID-19 by clicking on the attachment below.

Get your digital copy of Home Care Supplementary Guidebook for Children with Mild COVID-19 by clicking on the attachment below.

Covid-19 Videos
Check out our initiatives throughout the pandemic
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#2 Diabetes Care During COVID-19 by Dr Teoh Wei Leng
#3 SKIN-DEEP SAFETY during Covid-19 by Dr Bong Jan Ling
#4 Low Kwai Siong, Head of A&E department
Invisible Heroes
We Prioritise The Safety Of Our Frontliners
Covid-19 Blogposts
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  21.03.2022

Preparation for a safe pregnancy for both mother and baby

  19.01.2022

Some Quick Facts about Post COVID-19 Syndrome

  19.01.2022

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