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What is a Medical Emergency?

Medical emergencies are sudden and serious illnesses and injuries that require immediate treatment. Some symptoms of medical emergencies include:

  • Breathing difficulties (e.g. shortness of breath / choking)
  • Sudden and severe pain, including chest pain
  • Unconsciousness
  • Severe bleeding
  • Sudden dizziness, weakness, numbness or vision change
  • Change in mental state (e.g. sudden confusion / disorientation / difficulty arousing)
  • Coughing up or vomiting blood
  • Persistent vomiting or diarrhoea
  • Injuries to the head or spine
  • Major limb fractures / dislocations
  • Drug overdose or poisoning
  • Traffic or worksite accident

In case of an emergency, please proceed to the nearest emergency department or call an ambulance at 995.

No Inpatient Pediatric Facilities

Please note that we do not have inpatient pediatric facilities in KTPH. Patients younger than 16 years old might have to be transferred to KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH) for further treatment and investigation. If you prefer, you can also bring your child directly to KKH.

Non-Emergency Conditions

General Practitioner (GP) / Polyclinic

Visit a GP/Polyclinic for common medical conditions such as cough, runny nose or simple sprains.

Urgent Care Centre @ Admiralty (UCC)

Basic Fee: $90 for Singaporeans, $105 for PRs and foreigners (Additional charges may apply)

If your condition requires urgent attention but is not life threatening, you can visit the UCC. The UCC can treat conditions such as:

  • Painful sprains and suspected fractures requiring X-ray
  • Mild dehydration from a gastrointestinal infection
  • Pus in mild burns and scalds
  • High fevers of 39°C and above

For more information on the UCC, please visit www.wh.com.sg/ucc

Located at:
676 Woodlands Drive 71, #01-01
Kampung Admiralty, Singapore 730676

Operating hours:
8.00am - 11.00pm daily (including public holidays)
Last registration at 10.30pm


If you are unsure where to seek medical help, call NurseFirst at 6262 6262 for advice.

For more information on the NurseFirst helpline, please visit www.wh.com.sg/nursefirst

Nurse answering telephone

Click HERE for a list of common conditions and recommendations on where you should seek treatment.


The queue status is meant to give you a gauge of the waiting time and the number of patients at the A&E. Patients are not seen in order of arrival – those with more severe conditions will be treated first.

Peak Periods

The peak periods of the KTPH A&E are 10am-3pm and 8pm-11pm. During these periods, the waiting time to see a doctor will be much longer than expected.

What to Bring

Please bring along:

  • Your identification document (e.g. NRIC / work permit / foreigner pass / passport)
  • Referral letter (if applicable)

Visitor Policy

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, visitation is not allowed in the A&E. We seek your understanding and cooperation.

Patient Journey

patient journey


Tower A, Level 1