There are about 1,700 GP clinics in Singapore, which support patients with their preventive, acute and chronic care needs. Learn more about how CHAS Clinics, Family Medicine Clinics, and the Primary Care Network support patients with their chronic disease management.
Participating GP and dental clinics provide subsidised care for Singapore Citizens who have the Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS), or Merdeka Generation (MG) and Pioneer Generation (PG) cards.
here to read more about CHAS.
Family Medicine Clinics (FMCs) comprise doctors supported by a team of nurses and allied health professionals to provide holistic primary care services. There are currently eight FMCs in Singapore. Click
here for a list of FMCs in Singapore.
The Primary Care Network (PCN) is a network of General Practitioners (GPs), supported by nurse counsellors and care coordinators, which provides step-by-step care for patients with chronic condition(s) such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Patients will have a personalised medical care plan to better manage their chronic condition(s). There will be closer monitoring and better care as patient’s case will be managed by a dedicated health care team comprised GPs, nurse counsellors and care coordinators. Patients also get to enjoy more convenience as they can choose to see a PCN GP near them.
You can find a list of PCN GP clinics by downloading the following attachments.
List arranged by Alphabetical Order:
List arranged by Primary Care Networks:
Download the PCN Brochure:
Get the full FAQs
You can download the full FAQ here.
What is a Primary Care Network (PCN)?
How does the PCN work?
How does the PCN benefit a patient with chronic condition(s)?
What are the ancillary services provided by the PCN GPs?
Are these ancillary services chargeable? If so, how much?
Can a patient use their CHAS, Merdeka Generation, or Pioneer Generation Card at the PCN GP clinic?
Can a patient use their CHAS subsidies for treatment of their chronic condition at the PCN GP clinic?
Yes. Patients may use their CHAS (Blue/Orange/Green), Merdeka Generation or Pioneer Generation Card when visiting a PCN GP clinic for the treatment of their chronic condition(s) as long as the condition is one of the 20 conditions listed in the Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP) below:
+Only claimable at selected clinics
How can a patient know whether their regular GP is under a PCN?
Do patients need to be enrolled with a PCN GP to access the respective ancillary services for my chronic condition(s)?
Can a patient just walk in to a PCN GP clinic to request for a particular ancillary service?
What should a patient bring when visiting the PCN GP clinic?
Where can a patient get more information on PCN?
For more information on PCN, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the AIC Hotline at 1800-650-6060.
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