We are proud to be part of the new Healthier SG initiative starting this year. Under Healthier SG, the Ministry of Health wants to help Singaporeans take steps towards better health. The focus is on preventive care and chronic care. Singaporeans are encouraged to screen for chronic diseases, take charge of their health and lead a healthy lifestyle. Those with chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension and diabetes are encouraged to follow-up with one clinic to foster a long term doctor-patient relationship and for better continuity of care.
Our resident doctors – Dr Quah and Dr Ong (lady doctor) are senior family physicians with more than 10 years of clinical experience. They are adept at managing chronic diseases having spent many years in the polyclinic managing such conditions.
If you are our regular patient already seeing us for chronic conditions, you can start enrolling with us from May 2023 onwards. To enrol, just walk in to our clinic and our friendly clinic assistants will assist you accordingly. All other patients can choose to enrol with us from July 2023 onwards.
Our clinic has been a PHPC clinic since February and a SASH (Swab-And-Send-Home) clinic since April as we participate in the fight against COVID-19 locally. We are pleased to now offer pre-departure traveller COVID-19 swab as one of the pilot clinics in this scheme.
This pre-departure swab is subject to certain requirements as stipulated on the Safetravel website https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/. As of today, we can only swab travellers who have the following documentation/approval: 1) approved for reciprocal green lane (RGL) for China, 2) approved for reciprocal green lane (RGL) for Malaysia, 3) pre-approved business pass from MTI and 4) other approvals from government agencies or ministries.
Please contact the clinic in advance to check the day and time of swab. The timing of swab depends on the country you are travelling to. There is also a cut-off time and date we need to do the swab, to allow the swab result and memo to reach you before your departure. We will also need to verify whether you fulfil the requirements for the pre-travel swab.
If the swab date and time falls outside our clinic hours, we will redirect you to another clinic in the list. So it is important you contact us a few days in advance.
The swab is charged at $200 Nett. No additional consult charge.
Call us at 65927080 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amidst our war against COVID-19, it is easy to forget there are other ailments that afflict us. One of them is diabetes and many Singaporeans are at risk of developing diabetes in their lifetime.
At Crossroads, we are strong proponents of the Screen For Life programme (https://www.healthhub.sg/programmes/61/Screen_for_Life?utm_source=LBDHH) – a health screening programme heavily subsidized by the government. If you are a Singaporean aged 40 and above, you are entitled to screen for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes at a subsidized cost of $0 – $5 (depending on whether you hold any CHAS card).
You can also take part in the programme if you are below 40. Do the DRA ( Diabetic Risk Assessment) https://www.healthhub.sg/programmes/DRA today and find out if you are at risk of developing diabetes. If you are at risk, you will also be entitled to do the same SFL health screening at the subsidized rate.
Call us at 65927080 to book an appointment, or talk to our doctor to find out more about SFL/DRA.
We are privileged to serve you by participating in the PHPC (Public Health Preparedness Clinic) scheme, as we fight the spread of COVID-19.
Under this scheme, which will be implemented from 18 Feb 2020, Singapore citizens and PRs pay a flat rate of $10 for consultation and treatment of respiratory illnesses. Pioneer/Merdeka Generation seniors pay $5.
Your healthcare needs remain our topmost priority during this difficult time.
We are pleased to announce that we are a CHAS and MediSave accredited clinic since January 2020.
You can now use your CHAS cards, Merdeka Generation card or Pioneer Generation card at our clinic. All these cards entitle you to subsidies for chronic disease management. Examples of chronic diseases include but not limited to: high blood pressure, diabetes and pre-diabetes, high cholesterol, asthma. With the exception of the CHAS green card, these cards also entitle you to subsidies for common acute illnesses like common cold, headache and diarrhoea etc.
You are also entitled to recommended age-appropriate health screening under the Screen for Life (SFL) programme.
The other benefit of holding on to a CHAS card (Green/Orange/Blue/MG/PG) is that it allows you to be referred by our doctor to specialists in restructured hospitals (eg. SGH, CGH, TTSH etc) as a subsidized patient. This saves you the hassle of going down to the polyclinic just to get a subsidized referral letter.
You can also utilize your MediSave for your healthcare expenses, namely approved vaccinations and chronic disease management. (MediSave cannot be used for common acute illnesses)
Learn more about SFL, CHAS, Merdeka Generation and Pioneer Generation healthcare benefits at https://www.chas.sg/
We are pleased to announce that we are a GPFirst clinic. See your GP first for mild to moderate medical conditions. If the doctor assessed that you need a referral to the emergency department, you will receive a $50 subsidy off the prevailing attendance fee at CGH emergency department.
The GPFirst scheme was initiated by Changi General Hospital (CGH) in 2014 to encourage patients residing in the East to visit their GPs for mild to moderate medical conditions, instead of heading straight to the emergency department at the first instance. Crossroads Family Clinic is proud to be a participating clinic in this scheme.
Upon assessment at our clinic, should you require a referral to the emergency department:
You will receive a $50 subsidy* on the prevailing attendance fee at CGH.
Your attendance will also be prioritised over non-emergency cases.
* Terms and Conditions:
The GPFirst scheme is open to all residents living in Singapore, including PRs and foreigners.
This scheme and its $50 subsidy are only applicable at Changi General Hospital A&E.
This scheme is open only to participating GP clinics in eastern Singapore.
The original GPFirst Referral Form must be produced together with the patient’s NRIC / passport / work passes etc, at the point of registration at CGH A&E.
Patient’s visit to the emergency department must be within the same day of the GP’s referral.
Specialised investigations are separately charged.
Terms and conditions are subject to change without prior notice.