Suffering from mild to moderate medical conditions? Your GP should be the first medical professional you contact when you’re feeling unwell. Instead of going to the A&E immediately, see a GP at home with Speedoc first!
If your condition still requires an A&E visit, your Speedoc doctor will provide you with a referral under the GPFirst scheme so that you can receive a $50 subsidy and join the priority queue.
Speedoc is part of the GPFirst scheme with Singhealth. Available to all Singaporean residents, including PRs and foreigners, the GPFirst programme aims to encourage patients to visit their General Practitioners if they have non-emergency conditions instead of going straight to the hospital.
If you require serious medical attention, Speedoc’s experienced physicians will write you a referral for emergency care at Changi General Hospital and Sengkang General Hospital.
In conjunction with the government’s efforts to reduce overcrowding in hospitals, Speedoc is working alongside government hospitals to bring benefits to both hospitals and prospective patients. The programme reduces the overload of patients in hospitals and allows the reallocation of resources to those in need of immediate care while increasing affordability and efficiency of care for those in critical conditions.
GPFirst scheme provides multifold benefits - you will be able to save time and money while receiving appropriate quality care by experienced Speedoc professionals, which provides hospital care in the comfort of your home.
If you have only mild or moderate symptoms, receiving treatment from Speedoc will not only cost less than going to the A&E, much time can be saved from travelling to and fro and waiting at hospitals.
If Speedoc’s experienced physicians think that you need to go to the A&E at CGH or SKH, you will also receive a $50 subsidy on the prevailing fee. You will also be prioritised over other non-emergency cases.
We provide quality care by experienced healthcare professionals.
Our doctors are available 24/7 for house calls to provide a diagnosis for your condition.
Have your medication refills delivered for free to a location of your choice within 3 hours if requested before 8pm.
Be diagnosed in the comfort of your home which reduces risks of infection and exposure to viruses in hospitals.
Conveniently obtain quality healthcare for minor conditions with Speedoc. Here are the steps to get started:
Choose from a house call or video consultation.
Your doctor will take your medical history and prescribe the most appropriate treatment.
Relax in the comfort of your home while your medication is sent to you.
In the event that the doctor feels that it is appropriate for you to be escalated to the Accident and Emergency services after assessment, they will administer a GPFirst referral form that enables you to get priority queue and an automatic deduction of $50 from your final bill, provided that you visit the emergency services at CGH or SKH. It is important to note that you will have to visit the hospital within 24 hours of the date and time written on the referral letter in order to be availed of its benefits.