What We Provide

General Health Services

We treat both acute and chronic medical conditions, including allergies, cold, flu, conjunctivitis, diarrhea, headache, stomach ache, gastric pain, urinary tract infection, etc.

We believe in taking care of all aspects of our patients’ health.

When patients require more care and attention in their general health, we can intensify care and treatment at the clinic through our Intermediate Care Services with our specialist partners in Cardiology, Endoscopy, Ophthalmology, and Physiotherapy. We facilitate investigations with our specialist partners closely to ensure patients get the necessary treatments as soon as possible.

We provide patients with preventive medicine, regenerative medicine, rapid blood test services, and post-hospitalisation recovery services.

Primary Care Network and Healthier SG

We are part of the Primary Care Network (PCN) of clinics that aims to provide care and treat patients with chronic illnesses in the community. Join us in supporting the national Healthier SG initiative to promote healthy living and disease prevention among Singaporeans.

Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS)

We have subsidised care for Singapore citizens with a valid CHAS card, or Singaporean senior citizens who have the Mederka Generation or Pioneer Generation cards. Click here to learn more about CHAS subsidies.

Chronic Conditions Treatment using MediSave

Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents can use MediSave to cover outpatient treatment and preventive care for chronic diseases at A Healing Heart Medical Clinic.

A cash co-payment of 15% is needed when you use MediSave to pay for chronic conditions under Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP). Those above 60 years old can use flexi-MediSave.

List of chronic conditions under CDMP that we provide medical care:

  1. Diabetes Mellitus and Pre-Diabetes
  2. Hypertension
  3. Lipid disorders
  4. Asthma
  5. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  6. Chronic Kidney Disease (Nephritis/Nephrosis)
  7. Stroke
  8. Dementia
  9. Osteoarthritis
  10. Osteoporosis
  11. Parkinson's Disease
  12. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
  13. Epilepsy
  14. Psoriasis
  15. Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
  16. Ischaemic Heart Disease (IHD)
  17. Allergic Rhinitis (from 1st July 2022)
  18. Gout (from 1st July 2022)
  19. Chronic Hepatitis B (from 1st July 2022)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Acute illnesses develop suddenly and last a short time, usually a few days or weeks.

  • Chronic conditions develop slowly and may worsen over an extended period or time, usually months to years.

  • Acute conditions are caused by a virus or an infection, but it can also be caused by an injury resulting from a fall or accident, misuse of drugs or wrong medications.

  • Chronic conditions are caused by unhealthy lifestyles and habits that increase the risk of disease. It includes poor nutrition, inadequate physical activity, alcohol, or smoking. It can also be caused by living conditions, environmental, emotional, age and genetics. Generally, people develop one or more chronic conditions when they do not take preventive measures at the onset of illness.

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