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                  Please continue to take the necessary precautions and measures to
prevent community transmission of COVID-19. Check out our COVID-19 microsite for regular updates and links
to MOH and WHO’s interactive dashboards.


[Updated 6 May 2021]

Patients who are visiting SNEC for appointment/treatment/surgery are allowed ONE accompanying person each. Unless they are patients, children below 12 years old are not allowed into the centre/clinics. For safe distancing, patients will only be admitted 15 minutes before registration time.

Accompanying persons and visitors will not be allowed entry into SNEC/clinics if:

  • they have been admitted to or visited TTSH wards from 18 April 2021
  • they have visited TTSH Emergency Department (ED) on 18 or 19 April 2021
  • they are unwell

Anyone entering SNEC premises must complete the Declaration Form available at the entrance or online It is mandatory to check in to the SafeEntry system with the TraceTogether app or token. Under the Infectious Diseases Act, it is an offence to provide false information.

The above measures are necessary for the safety of our patients and staff.

Thank you for your understanding.

6 May 2021, 9am


We’ve heightened our precautionary measures to ensure everyone’s safety

  • Patients will only be admitted 15 minutes before registration time

  • Use your TraceTogether app or token for SafeEntry check-in

  • Only ONE accompanying person is allowed per patient. Those unwell will not be allowed in 

  • Anyone entering the SNEC premises must complete a Declaration Form available at the entrance of SNEC or online at

  • Wear your mask at all times and observe good personal hygiene

  • Keep a distance of at least 1 metre between persons at all times

  • Sit only at designated areas. Do not eat or drink at the clinic areas

  • Avoid talking to other patients

  • Wash or sanitise your hands after touching common surfaces such as grab poles and lift buttons

Sign up for free Medication Delivery Service at:

6 May 2021, 9pm


In view of rising COVID-19 cases in the community, SNEC will temporarily close the following clinic. The temporary closure is necessary to keep our patients and staff safe.

  • SNEC Community Eye Clinic @ Punggol Polyclinic
    Temporarily closed from 10 May to 30 May 2021

We are reaching out to affected patients to update them on their rescheduled appointments.

6 May 2021, 9pm


For patients in wheelchairs or with special needs, please seek assistance at SNEC Staff Car Park.

Patients and visitors going to:

  • SNEC, Diabetes & Metabolism Centre (DMC), National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS), National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS)
    – please park your vehicles at NHCS Car Park

  • SGH Blocks 1 to 7 – please park at the SingHealth Tower Car Park (use the link bridge on Level 3 of SingHealth Tower to connect to Block 3 of SGH)

Public parking is available at NHCS and SingHealth Tower. Please use Jalan Bukit Merah and enter via Hospital Boulevard or Hospital Drive.

Parking is also available at other locations in the SGH Campus. Click here for more public car park locations and parking charges.

6 October 2020, 3pm

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