1 accompanying person for each patient at Outpatient areas or Emergency Department.
We are heartened to inform that our wards* will be open to all visitors from 27 April 2022.
For General Wards / ICU / Patients on Dangerously Ill List (DIL)
For Wards 42, 48, 64E, 72, 77 and 78
If you are visiting our wards for the first time, please register at our Visitor Registration Counter (VRC). Our visiting hours are 12noon to 2pm and 5pm to 8.30pm.
To protect our vulnerable patients and loved ones, all visitors are encouraged to do an ART self-test before visiting, and to refrain from visiting if unwell.
Please wear your mask at all times. Remember to practise good personal hygiene and remain vigilant as always.
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, MDRO and Neonatal Wards. Check with the care team on the policy.
16 Apr 2020, 5pm
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.
28 Dec 2020, 10am
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.
15 Feb 2022, 9pm
Tested positive for COVID-19 infection on your own self-administered Antigen Rapid Tests (ARTs)? If you are asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic, make appointments at the Combined Test Centres (CTCs) and Quick Test Centres for a government-funded supervised self-swab ART test. You can get your ART result on HealthHub within 30 minutes. Book your appointment:
Seek emergency treatment at hospitals only if your condition becomes serious or life-threatening.
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.
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