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The pharmacists at Sengkang General Hospital serve all patients, whether in the hospital or visiting one of the outpatient clinics. They help patients to understand the role of medication in their overall treatment plan. They also believe in providing them with the relevant information on their prescribed medications as this will ensure they take their medications regularly and work with the doctors to manage their medical problems. The department also provides medication management services to patients who have difficulties with multiple prescriptions as well as to help resolve any drug-related problems.

Upon discharge from the hospital, pharmacists will dispense and educate patients/ caregivers on the proper use of their medications and things to look out for e.g. potential side effects and drug-drug/ drug-food interactions.

We provide following services:

  1. Optimisation of medication therapy
  2. Medication counselling and dispensing
  3. Medication reconciliation
  4. Pharmacy-only Medicine
  5. Anticoagulation Clinic

Outpatient Pharmacy

The Outpatient Pharmacy serves patients at the Specialist Outpatient Clinics located at the Medical Centre. They review patients' prescription immediately after each consultation. The Outpatient Pharmacy also fills prescriptions from polyclinics, general practitioners, private hospitals and other restructured hospitals. It also provides counselling and consultation on minor ailments and the sale of pharmacy-only medication.


Pharmacy@GH serves hospitalised patients. The pharmacists review patients' list of medications ordered and provide support in optimising the outcome of therapies provided. They also dispense medications to patients upon discharge from the hospital.

Location: Level 1, General Hospital (Behind Medical Center)

Collecting Your Medications (for inpatients)

Upon discharge, your medication will be prepared at Pharmacy@GH and supplied to you by the pharmacist.

Pharmacy@GH also serves patients from the Emergency Department. The Pharmacy@GH is open 24 hours a day and serves all patients discharged from the A&E department.

Location: Level 1,  General Hospital (behind Medical Centre)

Anticoagulation clinic

The Anticoagulation clinic provides services to outpatients by reviewing their anticoagulation orders so as to optimise therapeutic outcomes, as well as ensure patient's safety while on treatment. This service is strictly by doctor's referral only.

Location: Level 4, Medical Center


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