TAMPINES POLYCLINIC QUEUE WATCH

Skip to main content. Of these, , were for the treatment of chronic ailments. In contrast, at Choa Chu Kang Polyclinic, which is under NHGP, half the patients were registered within two minutes and saw the doctor within five minutes. Depending on the polyclinic, patients could either have a very quick turnaround time, or might have to wait more than three hours to register, see a doctor and get medicine. They were likely to be patients with appointments. At the 95th percentile, registration took 17 minutes and the wait to see the doctor was 43 minutes.

We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. Of these, , were for the treatment of chronic ailments. In spite of Chas taking on a significant number of subsidised patients, the numbers at polyclinics continue to rise – from 4. A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 27, , with the headline ‘A longer wait now to see polyclinic doctor’. At the 95th percentile, registration took 17 minutes and the wait to see the doctor was 43 minutes. To cope with the higher demand, polyclinics have been adding more staff, with manpower going up from 2, in to 2, last year. However, the waits are not uniform.

Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles. In spite of Chas taking on a significant number of subsidised patients, the fampines at polyclinics continue to rise – from 4. Waits are unavoidable because it’s a government clinic.

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However, the waits are not uniform. Nevertheless, Chas paid for more than 2. The year-old civil servant said this was the norm, adding: We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused.

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Waiting times to see a polyclinic doctor have gone up significantly this year, the latest Ministry of Health MOH polyclijic show.

Patients can check tsmpines estimated waiting time online – and it can be more than three hours. This is close to 30 per cent longer than median waiting times of 14 minutes for the whole of last year, as well as In contrast, at Choa Chu Kang Polyclinic, which is under NHGP, half the patients were registered within two minutes and saw the doctor within five minutes.

Of these,fampines for the treatment of chronic ailments. A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 27,with the headline ‘A longer wait now to see polyclinic doctor’.

A longer wait now to see polyclinic doctor, Singapore News & Top Stories – The Straits Times

One in 20 patients at SingHealth waited more than 70 to minutes, while those at NHGP waited 43 to 68 minutes to see a doctor. An MOH spokesman said: The SingHealth polyclinics are upfront about the long wait. Figures for March showed that on a national level, the median wait to see a doctor was 18 minutes. The retail manager said in Mandarin: Median waiting times had otherwise been trending downwards from 18 minutes in Skip to main content.

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The redeveloped Bedok Polyclinic, which will be housed at HeartBeat Bedok, will also open later this year. We are sorry for the error.

A longer wait now to see polyclinic doctor

At the 95th percentile, registration took 17 minutes and the wait to see the doctor was 43 minutes. In March, half the people at Sengkang Polyclinic took less than eight minutes to register, while half saw a doctor within 26 minutes of registering. Depending on the polyclinic, patients could either have a very quick turnaround time, or might have to wait more than three hours to register, see a doctor and get medicine. To cope with the higher demand, polyclinics have been adding more staff, with manpower going up from 2, in to 2, last year.

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