TOA PAYOH POLYCLINIC
The Toa Payoh Polyclinic is managed by the National Healthcare Group (NHG), a healthcare provider specializing in providing a comprehensive range of health services for the family. The polyclinic functions as a one-stop health center providing treatment for a wide range of health problems, from chronic diseases to minor injuries. NHG has a long history of providing quality healthcare services and is committed to ensuring that its patients can access high-quality care at affordable prices. It is a well-known hospital in Singapore. It was founded on 20 May 1959 and started operations as Thomson Road Hospital. In 1997, it was renamed Toa Payoh Hospital after its merger with Singapore General Hospital. The hospital has since undergone many renovations and expansions, and is now one of the largest hospitals in Singapore. The 1960s were a time of great change for the hospital. New facilities, such as a surgical block and an X-ray department, were added, and neurosurgery started in 1965. This was a time of increasing patient load, as the hospital saw an increase in both surgeries and patients.
The hospital was restructured on 1 April 1990 and had also created new programs to improve services and care. More medical services were provided with the introduction of the ENT department in 1994. The new structure aimed to provide better patient care by dividing the hospital into smaller departments and creating a more specialized staff. General medical services available at the hospital include: regular checkups, vaccinations, cancer screenings, heart care and more. There are also numerous other services available from the hospital such as pharmacy, diagnostic testing and more.
Monday to Friday, 8am-1pm, are busy office hours for most people. However, in some parts of the world this is also when the busiest traffic is. In Europe, for example, many people commute to work during these hours. On the other hand, in America, where the workweek starts on Monday and ends on Friday, many people commute on Saturday or Sunday.
Registration for the summer clinic is now open! The clinic will be held on Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 4:00pm, and Saturday from 7:30am to 12:00pm. If the clinic is overcrowded, registration may close earlier than stated. Clinics are always free and open to the public. Please come and join us for a fun-filled summer!
Directions Nearest MRT Station NS19 Toa Payoh, transfer to Bus service 238 By Bus
SBS Transit 238 Car Park Facilities Drivers are advised to park at the public carparks nearby. The bus stop is next to the SBS Transit Services Office at Block 283 Jurong East Street 32. The bus leaves from this stop every 15 minutes during peak hours and every 30 minutes during off-peak hours.
NHGP is a private, not-for-profit organisation founded in 1982 by a group of concerned citizens. We are dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of our heritage, through education and research. Our headquarters are located at 8 Teck Whye Street, #01-02/03, Singapore 319160. We have an exhibition gallery at 10 Serangoon Road, Singapore 508506 open from Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and from Saturday 9am to 1pm.
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General practice, community, and secondary care services have long been disconnected from each other. However, this lack of integration has created problems for patients. For example, it can be difficult for general practitioners to provide their patients with cost effective access to community services. Additionally, community services are often inaccessible to patients who do not have transportation. Finally, the integration of these services could help improve patient outcomes by providing better integration of care and making it easier for patients to find the resources they need. A primary care provider is someone you can count on for routine checkups, medication adherence, and advice about healthy living. A PCP has a deep knowledge of the human body and can provide valuable insights into your health. They can also help you manage chronic conditions and keep you on track with preventive care. A long-term relationship with a PCP can keep you healthier and lower your medical costs.
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