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Check out our COVID-19 microsite for regular updates and links to MOH and WHO’s interactive dashboards.


With the evolving COVID-19 situation and national ‘circuit breaker’ measures, SNEC will defer non-urgent appointments, elective surgeries and procedures. This is to free up resources to assist in our national response to COVID-19 and ensure the safety of our patients and staff.

We will be reaching out to affected patients via SMS to update them on their rescheduled appointments.

During this period, urgent eye care services will continue to be available at SNEC Acute Care Clinic, from Mondays to Fridays, 8.30am to 4.30pm.

Urgent Eye Care Services

  • Strictly for urgent eye conditions only, for example:
    • Sudden blurring or loss of vision
    • Severe eye pain or redness
    • Eye injury
    • Serious post-surgery symptoms
  • Cases will be triaged and non-urgent cases will be given appropriate outpatient appointments instead

Find out more here.

13 April 2020, 7pm



As part of our heightened surveillance and to reduce the risk of infection at SNEC, all patients, accompanying persons and visitors are required to undergo temperature screening and complete a declaration form before entry to SNEC.

Unwell visitors and accompanying persons will not be allowed to enter our premises.

Only 1 person should accompany you for your appointment. Pregnant women and children (under 12 years old) are discouraged from accompanying patients for appointments.

If you are coming for your appointment, please note that you may be assigned to see a different doctor at another clinic in SNEC during this COVID-19 'circuit breaker' period. This is for the safety of our patients and staff. Please be assured that you will be given the same standard of quality care at SNEC.


You can declare online at or scan this QR code. 

Under the Infectious Disease Act, anyone making false declarations can be prosecuted.



From 12 May 2020, SNEC is implementing the SafeEntry system to facilitate contact tracing, should the need ever arise.

All visitors, patients and accompanying persons visiting SNEC are required to provide key information (e.g., name, NRIC and mobile number). This will be done at the point of completing your online declaration form after temperature screening, or through scanning of a QR code displayed at SNEC’s entry/exit points. So, do bring along your NRIC or an identification card with a barcode.

Please remember to check out when you are leaving SNEC and don't forget to practise safe distancing within the Centre.

12 May 2020, 8am 


SNEC will temporarily close the following clinics. The temporary closures are necessary to reallocate staffing resources to other critical care needs deployed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • SNEC Eye Clinic @ Bedok
    No doctor consultation and pharmacy services will be available from 13 April 2020 until further notice.  Eye investigations are available by appointment only.

Patients who have upcoming appointments scheduled at SNEC Eye Clinic @ Bedok, Myopia Centre and SNEC Eye Clinic @ NHCS will be notified by SMS or mail on further details of your new appointment.

19 May 2020, 3pm


During this period of COVID-19, if you wish to change your appointment, please visit:

9 April 2020, 11am



Temporary Closure of Car Parks C and I (at SGH) from 4 May 2020 until further notice

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

Alternative parking is available at Outram Community Hospital (OCH) / SingHealth Tower and the National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS). Please use Jalan Bukit Merah and enter via Hospital Boulevard or Hospital Drive. Click here for Car Park locations.


Valet Service Temporarily Suspended               

The valet service at SNEC has been temporarily suspended due to COVID-19.

Alternative parking is available at Outram Community Hospital (OCH) / SingHealth Tower and the National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS). Please use Jalan Bukit Merah and enter via Hospital Boulevard or Hospital Drive. Click here for Car Park locations.

2 May 2020, 8pm


No Prescription of Lubricant Eye Drops
With immediate effect, lubricant eye drops will not be prescribed by SNEC doctors. These eye drops are over-the-counter medications which can be purchased easily at retail pharmacies without a doctor’s prescription.

Our resources are needed to support Singapore’s fight against COVID-19, in view of the recent spike of coronavirus cases.

Thank you for your understanding. 

Temporarily Closure of Pharmacy@3
To reduce contact time and the risk of transmission during this period, Pharmacy@3 will be temporarily closed from 15 April 2020 until further notice. For your safety, we encourage all patients to use our free Medication Delivery Service.

Free Medication Delivery Service
During this period, all medications will be delivered to patients via our free Medication Delivery Service. Patients with valid prescriptions are eligible for this service.

To top up you medications, please request online via one of the following platforms:

19 April 2020, 9pm


STAY HOME. SAVE LIVES               

We stay at work for you, please stay at home for us.

By staying at home, you are doing your part to minimise the spread of COVID-19.

Stay home to protect yourself, your loved ones and our community.

Stay home to protect our frontline workers and give them a fighting chance to beat this disease.

#COVID19 #SGUnited

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