Anyone entering the hospital premises must complete the Declaration Form and check-in to the SafeEntry system
with the TraceTogether app or token.
Submit your declaration >
Visitor and accompanying person will not be allowed entry into SGH if he/she:
* Entry into SGH will be allowed if visitor / accompanying person under HRW is able to produce photo evidence of an ART negative result done within 24hrs prior to each visit.
refer to the "To Wards" section, for more info on the ART requirement for visits to our wards, intensive care unit and more.
From 22 November 2021, only fully vaccinated visitors are allowed into the wards
For General Wards
Maximum of 1 visitors per patient are allowed in the ward at any one time, for 30 minutes, per day
Maximum of 2 visitors in the designated visitors list
For Intensive Care Unit (ICU) / patients on Dangerously Ill List (DIL)
Maximum of 2 visitors per patient are allowed in the ward at any one time, for 30 minutes, per day
Maximum of 5 visitors in the designated visitors list.
SGH has also implemented vaccination-differentiated safe management measures based on the patient's and visitor's vaccination status.
Unvaccinated/Partially Vaccinated Patients
No visitors allowed unless under exceptional conditions*
Fully Vaccinated Visitors
Please conduct your own Antigen Rapid Test (ART) at home within 24 hours of your visit, and indicate the date and time it was taken. Take a photo of the negative test result with the front of your NRIC and show it to our staff at Visitors Registration Counter.
Fully Vaccinated Visitors include: (1) Persons who have recovered from COVID-19 within the last 270 days, regardless of their vaccination status; (2) Persons who have recovered from COVID-19 more than 270 days ago and are fully vaccinated; and (3) Persons who are medically ineligible to undergo vaccination (with
acceptable poof of their medical ineligible status).
Unvaccinated/Partially Vaccinated Visitors
Not allowed to visit our wards, unless under exceptional conditions*
Show a negative ART/PCR result on HealthHub obtained within 24hrs prior to each visit. You can visit any of the
MOH-approved ART Providers.
To ensure that the registration process is smooth, we strongly encourage that you have the negative results of your ART before coming to the Hospital.
* Exceptional Conditions include: (1) DIL patients; (2) Paediatric patients; (3) Birthing/postpartum mothers; (4) Patients requiring additional care support. E.g. patients who have mental incapacities or family members who are undergoing caregiver training to better care for their loved ones after hospital discharge.
Visitors with urgent need (e.g. patient pass away, patient due for delivery, urgent conference with doctors) are allowed to the ward to settle their immediate needs first. However, they will be required to show their COVID19 test results after they have settled their immediate needs.
Children below 12 years old are not allowed to visit in inpatient
patient is in:
Parents/Guardians will be required to sign an indemnity form at the Visitors Registration Counters. Validity of the Indemnity Form and approval to visit will be valid for entire admission episode.
*Excludes Isolation, Labour and Neonatal Wards
The SGH Block 3 Outpatient Pharmacy will be closed until further notice as more patients are opting for the medication delivery service. The space will be temporarily used for other purposes.
Stay Safe. Stay Home. Let us
deliver your medications to you at no extra charge.
Block 4 Pharmacy will remain open. Patients at Diabetes & Metabolism Centre are advised to collect their medications at Bowyer Block Pharmacy.
From Mon, 4 May 2020, Car Park C and I (beside Bowyer Block and DMC) are closed due to operational needs. Loading and Unloading bay (for hospital deliveries) and Accessible Parking (for the disabled) will still be available in Car Park C.
Alternative parking is available at
OCH/ SingHealth Tower and NHCS. Please use Jalan Bukit Merah and enter via Hospital Boulevard or Hospital Drive.
We are seeing a high number of patients at our Emergency Department (A&E). Priority will be given to those who are critically ill. The waiting time for other patients will be longer.
If your condition is not critical, please seek medical attention at a GP or polyclinic.
For those who are concerned that you may be infected with COVID-19, you may proceed to a
Swab and Send Home (SASH) clinic instead. The SASH GPs will assess the severity of your symptoms and perform COVID-19 diagnostic tests when needed to confirm your health status.
The following groups of patients will be required to undergo Antigen Rapid Test (ART) at our Emergency Department:
In the Consultation Wait Area
Entering Critical Care Areas
Find out more about the Antigen Rapid Test (ART) and our ART Centre >