During your stay, you will be looked after by a team of doctors comprising medical specialists, Medical Officers and House Officers. We may conduct investigations such as laboratory tests, X-ray and other procedures to identify or treat your medical problem.
Ward Daily Routine
Your team doctors will make rounds daily. There is a group of doctors scheduled to be on call 24 hours to attend to patients who require urgent medical attention. There will be a scheduled ward routine for medication, meals, visiting hours and bedtime.
For medication safety, please do not disturb the nurse while he/she is serving medication to another patient. The nurse needs to concentrate during this time. If you need assistance, use the call bell and another staff member will be with you shortly.
We encourage you to participate actively in your care. Please speak to our staff if you have any questions regarding your diagnosis, treatment plan or date of discharge.
Nursing care is a key part of our patient-centric care. A nurse is assigned to a group of patients from each shift. The photo of the nurse on duty is displayed on the board in the ward.
Please approach our nurses if you have any questions regarding your care.
We believe that knowledge and skills on health matters will help you and you family understand and cope with your condition better. We encourage your family to be active partners-in-care to help you on the road to recovery.
Our nurses may, therefore, collaborate with you and your family in patient education and invite your family members to participate in activities such as feeding, medication serving and bathing. This gives them the opportunity to show emotional and psychological support, and to learn how to care for you at home after discharge.
We also invite you and your caregiver to join our health fairs, public forums and various community outreach activities. Find out more at