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Influenza Test

We are now able to do influenza swab test. This test can be use to detect influenza A and B.

Advantage Of Screening For Influenza

When proper treatment for influenza (i.e., antivirals) is prescribed at the beginning of the flu infection, it helps decrease the severity and duration of flu symptoms.

These medications are most effective when given within 48 hours after symptoms appear.

Walk in to any one of our branches to have your influenza swab done.

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Consult with our doctors online via WhatsApp Video while resting at home.

Book now and our online doctors will contact you via WhatsApp within 60 mins.

Consultation SGD$20/-

excludes medication cost & delivery charges

HPV2 (Cervarix) Vaccine

Introducing HPV vaccination appointments on 7 Feb


HPV vaccination is recommended for all females aged 9 to 26 years


The HPV2 (Cervarix) vaccine is fully subsidised for females ages 9 to 17 years, as recommended under the NCIS (CHILD)


HPV2 is subsidised for females ages 18 to 26 years. Bear in mind that Temasek Foundation HPV Immunisation Programme in partnership with Singapore Cancer Society will still fund the out-of-pocket cost after subsidies, for eligible Singaporean females aged between 18-26 years old holding CHAS Blue/Orange cards at participating CHAS GP clinics (57 Medical)

Find out more or book your appointment at our clinics now.

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Tested ART Positive at Home

If you are experiencing mild or no symptoms and tested positive on your ART test, book a Tele-ART* consultation with our trained professional staff to have your ART result uploaded into your HealthHub at only SGD$12.00 nett.

* Conducted via Zoom. Instructions will be sent via email after booking

Recognition of Overseas Vaccination Records

All individuals who have been vaccinated overseas with any vaccines approved under the WHO Emergency Use Listing (EUL), including booster shots, can get their overseas vaccination records ingested into the National Immunisation Registry (NIR).

This includes Singaporean Citizens (SC), Singapore Permanent Residents (PR), Long-Term Pass Holders (LTPH) (e.g. Long-Term Visitor Pass, Work Permit, Employment Pass, S Pass, Dependent Pass, Student Pass) and Short-Term Pass Holders (STPH).

For STPHs, this would only be relevant to those who intend to stay in Singapore for more than 30 days.


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