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IMPORTANT NOTICE: During this period of heightened COVID-19 measures, there may be changes to your preferred Raffles Medical clinic’s opening hours. Please check this page for updates.
Singaporeans and Permanent Residents enjoy subsidised rates for consultation, medication and investigations related to acute respiratory illness. Terms and conditions apply.
Enjoy a cashless check-out when you select health screening and vaccination services online.
STDs are more common than we think and while some may pose as a life-time issue, many STDs can be treated with early detection.Get screened today.
We are serving your healthcare needs during the festive period. See which clinics are open here.
We offer the necessary medical examinations.
Raffles Medical offers a panel of doctors who are certified LPA Certificate Issuers. Find out more.
Learn about its symptoms, treatment and prevention.
Find out which specialist outpatient centres have shifted to Raffles Specialist Centre
Raffles Health Screeners offers an exclusive environment for your health screening.
As part of your pre-travel preparations, get an overview of your health and the necessary vaccinations.
Get your AMD certified by Raffles Medical doctors.
This issue we focus on the topic of mental health. We hope readers will learn more about what the pertinent issues are and understand what struggling with mental illness is really about.
Health screening with lab-tests only is now available.
Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection can cause genital warts, and cancers of the cervix, anus, vulva and vagina. You can screen for HPV using a simple screening kit. Find out more.
Early detection makes a difference and having health screening helps you manage potential health risks in order to stay in the pink of health.
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