Bedok Polyclinic

Bedok Polyclinic Hallway

History 

The Bedok Polyclinic, which is set to open its doors at the New Boon Keng Road in September this year, promises patients a smoother and more holistic healthcare experience. The Polyclinic will adopt a wellness centric approach and work with local institutes to promote healthy living. It aims to provide easy access to healthcare for residents in the area, as well as create a conducive working environment for its employees. Bedok Polyclinic is managed by SingHealth Group, one of the largest healthcare providers in Singapore. The network of nine polyclinics provides primary healthcare services to the Bedok community. It plays an integral role in promoting better health for its patients and has been credited with reducing inequalities in access to health care. which is a subsidiary of the SingHealth Group. It is an integral part of the network of nine polyclinics that make up the SingHealth Group. The polyclinics network plays an important role in promoting healthcare for the population in Singapore, and its presence ensures that patients have access to quality primary healthcare services. Bedok Clinic is one of the Singhealth Polyclinics group which helps with all sorts of ailments. It has a wide range of services to cater to different needs. From general consultations to more specific treatments, Bedok Clinic is definitely worth a visit for anyone looking for top notch healthcare.

Heartbeat@BedokResidents can look forward to the re-opening of SingHealth Polyclinics (SHP) – Bedok at the new integrated community building which is slated for completion in early 2019. The move will bring together services previously located in separate buildings in Bedok into one location that is more accessible and convenient for residents. Services currently available at SHP – Bedok include primary care, family medicine, optometry, dentistry, and psychiatric services. Bedok Polyclinic, which has served the Bedok community for the past four decades, will be closed from 28 to 29 July 2017 to facilitate the move to Heartbeat@Bedok. The existing polyclinic building at 110 Upper Changi Road, Bedok will be demolished and replaced by a brand-new healthcare facility that will provide better services for the residents of Bedok.

Operating Hours

Monday through Friday from 8am to 4:30pm, the clinic is open for walk-in patients. The clinic is also open on Saturday from 8am to 12 noon. Sunday closed

Location

If you’re looking for a dental clinic in Bedok North, our address is 11 Bedok North Street 1 #02-01 and 03-01. Our telephone number is 65 6243 6740 (General & Dental Enquiry) and 65 6643 6969 (Appointment).

The email address bedokpolyclinic@singhealth.com.sg can be used to contact the polyclinic should you have any queries or concerns regarding your healthcare. The polyclinic’s website is http://polyclinic.singhealth.com.sg, which provides comprehensive information on healthcare services and treatments available at the polyclinic.

How do we get there

Patient empowerment and community help programs are becoming more common in hospitals. This is because they are seen as a way to improve the patient’s experience and to reduce the workload of the hospital staff.

These programs involve a combination of patient support services, such as physiotherapy, podiatry and diagnostic radiology, which are provided by the community on an unpaid basis. Patients who require follow-up treatments have been given appointments at the new Bedok Polyclinic or at a nearby polyclinic of their choice. The new polyclinic is located in Bedok North and offers same day treatment during the two day. Patients who require same day treatment can visit the polyclinic located at Changi Village. During the two day closure period, 28 and 29 July, are advised to visit general practitioners and dental clinics near their homes. A listing of nearby Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS) participate is provided below. If you experience any illness or injury during this time, please seek medical help as soon as possible. Polyclinics are seen as an important part of the healthcare landscape in Singapore. They are seen as a more convenient and less expensive alternative to going to a general practitioner (GPs) or a dental clinic. Polyclinics also offer a wider range of services than GPs, including some diagnostic and treatment procedures that are not available at GP clinics. Patients are strongly encouraged to make an appointment before visiting the Polyclinic so as to better manage their time and reduce the waiting time in the clinic. Patients can make, change or cancel appointments online, by phone or in person. Appointments can be made at any time of day, seven days a week.

When you visit a polyclinic, one of the benefits is that you can get health care without having to wait in line. You can also take advantage of the self-service kiosks, which offer appointments and other health care services. If you need help, you can call 6643 6969 during the polyclinic operating hours.

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