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Novel coronavirus (2019-nCov) updates

COVID-19 Updates

At Parkway East Hospital, we are closely monitoring the ongoing situation of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Singapore and around the world. Your health is our biggest priority.

We have implemented strict measures at our premises for the protection of our patients, visitors, staff and healthcare workers, as well as for the wider community. Rest assured we are responding to the situation by the day, and are adapting our operations to ensure our hospitals continue to be a safe environment for both existing and new patients who require medical attention.

Read about the measures we're taking in response to the pandemic, and learn more about the coronavirus to keep you and your loved ones safe. You can also refer to our COVID-19 self-care guide.

Pre-departure COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) swab testing is available at selected clinics by Parkway Shenton in Singapore. To make an appointment, please call +65 6812 3391, WhatsApp +65 8198 7777 or book online at parkwaydigihealth.com.

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For information on the coronavirus situation in Singapore, please visit the Ministry of Health website.

For international patients, please read the guidelines on VTL here.

 

 

Visitor and patient advisory


Last updated: 26 April 2022

All visitors are reminded to adhere to the prevailing MOH guidelines on safe management measures.

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FOR VISITORS (inpatient wards)

  • An inpatient may register up to 2 visitors per admission.
  • Patients who are in critical condition are allowed 5 pre-registered visitors, with only 2 visitors allowed at the bedside at any one time.
  • Visitors are restricted to the hospital’s ward visiting hours.
  • Visitors to hospital wards must wear face masks with good filtration capability at all times, including surgical masks or reusable masks made of two layers of fabric.
  • Visitors should not eat or drink in the hospital wards or use patients' toilets in the wards, and should also avoid sitting on patients’ beds.

All visitors are encouraged to do a COVID-19 self-test prior to visiting patients in wards. Visitors who are unwell should refrain from visiting.

 

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FOR VISITORS (outpatient clinics & primary care services)

  • Outpatients may be supported by 2 accompanying visitors at any one time.

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