Acute & Chronic Conditions
At Prudence Family Clinic, we carry a wide range of medications for both acute and chronic conditions so whatever your allergies and background medical issues, we have a good chance of finding an appropriate treatment for you.
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Our clinic participates in a wide variety of schemes to facilitate cost-effective delivery of care to patients, such as:
For Acute Respiratory Illnesses ( ARI ), we are enrolled under both the Public Health Preparedness Clinic (PHPC) scheme as well as a Swab-and-Send-Home (SASH) Clinic. This means that, subject to the latest guidelines from our Ministry of Health, eligible patients will be able to get subsidized treatment and COVID testing for their acute respiratory infections. We also offer private Pre-Event Testing with approved COVID Antigen Rapid Test ( ART ) kits.
We accept the use of CHAS ( Community Health Assist Scheme ), PG ( Pioneer Generation ) and MG ( Merdeka Generation ) cards for acute conditions such as food poisoning, back sprains, headaches or minor injuries requiring dressing or suturing. Chronic conditions listed under the CDMP+ ( Chronic Disease Management Programme ) can also be subsidised.
We are Medisave accredited, so even patients without CHAS/PG/MG subsidies can reduce their cash outlay with co-payment from their Medisave accounts when receiving recommended, age-appropriate vaccines or when consulting for CDMP-listed conditions.
The CDMP-listed conditions are ( subject to change as determined by the Ministry of Health, Singapore ) :-
- diabetes mellitus ( including pre-diabetes )
- ichaemic heart disease
- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- nephritis / nephrosis
- benign prostatic hyperplasia
- rheumatoid arthritis
- parkinson’s disease
- major depression
- bipolar disorder
- anxiety disorder
- allergic rhinitis ( from July 2022 )
- gout ( from July 2022 )
- chronic hepatitis B ( from July 2022 )
We also support right-siting of patients under the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) General Practitioner Partnership (GPP) programme as well as the Community Right-Siting Programme (CRiSP) from Tan Tock Seng, Singapore General and Khoo Teck Puat Hospitals.