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Refer a Patient (For GPs)

For prompt evaluation and management of your patients by our specialists, SGH GP Network offer direct access to our specialist outpatient clinics and services.

GPs registered under Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS) can refer CHAS patients to SGH Specialist Outpatient Clinics (SOCs) for subsidised treatment.

 The following applies for subsidised referrals:

  1. Referral must be unnamed (e.g. GPs cannot make referral to specific specialists).

  2. Referrals can be made for conditions covered under CHAS.

  3. CHAS accredited GPs cannot make direct referrals to specialised investigations (e.g. laboratory/radiology) or Allied Health.

Patients must remember to bring along the following for their SOC appointment to enjoy the subsidised charges.

The list of CHAS clinic can be found here. You may find the list of clinics that are open 24 hours daily.

Documents to Prepare for SOC Appointment:

  • NRIC
  • Health Assist Card / PA Card / existing CHAS card
  • CHAS Subsidised Referral Cover Note provided by the GPs

GP clinic can contact us at the following contact details:



(65) 6326 6060


(65) 6223 6094

Operating Hours:

Mon to Fri: 0800 – 2100

Sat: 0800 - 1400



National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS)

(65) 6436 8288

National Dental Centre Singapore (NDCS)

(65) 6324 8798

Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC)

(65) 6322 9399

National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS)

(65) 6704 2222


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