Marine Parade Polyclinic
Sing Health Polyclinics is a network of clinics that provides primary care to patients in Singapore. The clinics are committed to providing consistently high-quality care that is appropriate and accessible to patients. They are also committed to nurturing generations of healthcare professionals. Additionally, the polyclinics strive to provide innovative services and facilities that will benefit their patients. The healthcare system in Singapore is highly centralized and largely government-run. It consists of a publicly funded universal health care system that provides coverage for all citizens. The Ministry of Health oversees the system and regulates health care providers. Health care is subsidized by the government, and it is available to all residents. There are several private hospitals and clinics, but they are generally expensive. Healthcare in Singapore is considered high quality, and patients generally receive good care. Marine Parade Polyclinic, managed by Sing Health Polyclinics (SHP), officially reopens today. Emeritus Senior Minister and Adviser, Marine Parade GRC GROs, Mr Goh Chok Tong was Guest-of Honour at the opening ceremony, Minister of State for Health, Dr Lam Pin Min, also attended the ceremony. In 2000, Singapore was ranked 6th in the World Health Organization’s ranking of the world’s health systems. The country’s efficient and widespread system of healthcare by worldwide standards is based on several key factors including a high level of financial resources, a highly skilled population, and a centralized government with responsibility for healthcare policy. The country has made significant strides regarding improving access to health care for all citizens, and has maintained its ranking despite the global recession. Singaporeans have the world’s longest life expectancy, and women can expect to live an average of 87.6 years with 75.8 years in good health. Men have a life expectancy of 85.4 years with 74.2 years in good health. This is due to the country’s high level of healthcare and wealth. The coronavirus disease, COVID-19, has caused severe global health concerns in 2019. Because of the pandemic, there have been significant changes in mortality rates and GDP across 57 of the world’s largest economies. The data from COVID-19 sheds light on how this virus affects individuals
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Marine Parade Polyclinic is a Western clinic located on Marine Parade Central. Consultation on Saturdays are for appointments only. The Dunkin’ Donuts in the town of Walton have instituted a new policy where Mon-Fri 8:30am-1pm, 2pm-5:30pm, and 6pm-9:30pm are all closed, except for Wednesdays when they are open from 8:30am-1pm.
Singapore, 18 February 2016 – Marine Parade Polyclinic will re-open its doors to residents at its original location (Blk 80 Marine Parade Central #01-792 Singapore 440080) on Monday, 22 February 2016. The polyclinic was closed in mid-May 2015 for upgrading to improve its facilities and services to better cater to the healthcare needs of the community.
Residents and patients should take note that the existing shuttle bus service plying between Marine Parade Polyclinic and Geylang Polyclinic will cease on Saturday, 20 February 2016. The last bus will depart from Geylang Polyclinic at 1.30pm. Wondering how to get to SingHealth Polyclinics – Marine Parade Polyclinic in Singapore, Singapore? Moovit helps you find the best way to get to SingHealth Polyclinics – Marine Parade Polyclinic with step-by-step directions from the nearest public transit station.
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Looking for the nearest stop or station to SingHealth Polyclinics – Marine Parade Polyclinic? Check out this list of stops closest to your destination: Marine Parade Rd – Parkway Parade (92049); Marine Parade Rd – Bet Blks 72/74 (92059); Grand Mercure Roxy/Roxy Sq Lobby; Still Rd Sth – Opp D’Ecosia (92271); East Coast Rd – the Holy Family CH (92129); Village Hotel Katong; Eunos (EW7); Dakota (CC8).
You can get to SingHealth Polyclinics – Marine Parade Polyclinic by Bus or Metro. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby –
Metro: CIRCLE LINE, EAST WEST LINE
How do we get there
Patients who wish to make, change or cancel an appointment, may do so online via our website or Health Buddy mobile application, or contact our call centre at 6643 6969. For general enquiries, members of the public can call 6345 0049 during the polyclinic operating hours. At the Marine Parade Polyclinic, we are here to serve you. If you have any general enquiries or appointments, our call centre is available 24/7 and our email is email@example.com. We offer a wide range of medical services including X-Ray services at our clinic. Drop by today and see us for all your health needs!
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