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24-hour clinics you can visit for emergencies in Singapore

With the coronavirus spreading not just in China, but also affecting many other parts of the world; it is better to be safe than sorry. If you feel sick, it is therefore advisable to visit a clinic as soon as possible to get checked and ensure that you are virus-free.

According to the Ministry of Health’s Frequently Asked Questions, if you have recently travelled overseas, and are feeling unwell with a fever, or respiratory symptoms (such as cough, runny nose), you should seek medical attention promptly. Wear a mask and call the clinic ahead of your visit, and avoid taking public transport.

Here are 24-hour clinics that are open all day long in case of an emergency. Please take note that the hours are still subject to change, though, so make sure you call them to check their operating hours, as well, just in case.


Prohealth 24-Hour Medical Clinic
Block 259 Bukit Panjang Ring Road
Tel: 67652115

Central 24-HR clinic (Woodlands)
Block 768 Woodlands Ave 6
Tel: 63654895

Intemedical 24-Hr Clinic
525 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10
Tel: 69192998


Central 24-HR clinic (Jurong West)
Block 492 Jurong West St 41
Tel: 65657484

Prohealth 24hr Medical Clinic
Block 259 Bukit Panjang Ring Rd
Tel: 67652115


Lifelink 24 hrs Clinic and Surgery
Block 153 Serangoon North Ave 1
Tel: 62813977

Central 24-HR clinic (Hougang)
Block 681 Hougang Ave 8
Tel: 63876965

Unihealth 24-Hr Clinic
178 Toa Payoh Central
Tel: 62031639

Thomson Medical Centre
339 Thomson Rd
Tel: 62502222


Central 24-HR clinic (Pasir Ris)
Block 446 Pasir Ris Dr 6
Tel: 65822640

Raffles Medical Airport 24-hr Clinic
65 Airport Boulevard, Changi Airport Terminal 3
#B2-01 (near Kopitiam)
Tel: 62418818

Tampines 24-Hr Family Clinic
Block 201D Tampines St 21
Tel: 67867228

24-hour clinics offer various services of general medical needs similar to a regular clinic. They only differ in that they are open around the clock. A 24-hour clinic can prove to be a great help if you feel unwell or get unexpected symptoms in the middle of the night, or if you suddenly need medications.

24-hour clinics usually charge more after hours, so the amount that you will need to pay will depend on what time you visit the clinic. Depending on the clinic, you might also be charged extra for certain items.

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