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Revised Visitor Information

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Revised Visitor Policy
In view of the “Phase Two (“Safe Re-opening”) measures, we have updated our visitor policy which will take effect from 19 June 2020. 

Nominated Visitors
During visiting hours, only two nominated visitors will be allowed to visit the patient at any one time. Each patient can have up to five nominated visitors for the length of their hospital stay.


Nominated Caregivers

Patients may nominate 1 caregiver during their stay with us. Only the caregiver will be allowed to visit the patient beyond visiting hours.

Note: Patients are not allowed to change their nominated caregiver and visitors. (We will only review the request to change the caregiver nomination if there are valid reasons such as the caregiver being ill.)


Revised Visiting Hours

Our daily visiting hours have also been revised for nominated caregivers and visitors. They may visit either from:

  • 12pm to 2pm
  • 6pm to 8pm


Infection Control and Social Distancing

For our patients, staff and visitors’ safety, please note:

  • Unwell visitors and accompanying persons (with fever, cough, flu, sore throat, etc), will not be allowed to visit.
  • Wear your own mask and wear it at all times during your visit
  • Clean your hands with soap and water or apply hand sanitizer before and after entering the ward/patient’s room
  • Always maintain 2 meters distance from other patients and visitors
  • Avoid communicating and interacting with other patients or visitors
  • Children 12 years old and below are advised to avoid visiting


Patients going to our outpatient clinics and emergency department are still allowed ONE accompanying person each.


All who are entering the hospital are required to complete a travel and health declaration form. Anyone making false declarations can be prosecuted under the Infectious Disease Act.


We know that this may be difficult for our patients and visitors. We seek your understanding and cooperation during this crucial period, where tougher measures are necessary to fight this COVID-19 pandemic.


Thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we continue to focus on keeping our patients and their loved ones safe.