Your family doctor, your first stop.

Your family doctor, your first stop.

For common conditions such as cough, runny nose or simple sprains, seek treatment at the nearest General Practitioner (GP) clinic first. Your GP is well placed to treat mild-to-moderate symptoms and refer you to a specialist when necessary.

Click here for some common conditions and recommendations on when you should visit a GP, Urgent Care Centre (UCC) or the Emergency Department (ED), depending on the severity.

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GP referral to the UCC or A&E

GP referral to the UCC or A&E
Depending on the severity of conditions, your GP may refer you to the UCC@Admiralty or Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH) ED if you require further treatment at these locations.

Under the GPFirst programme, you will receive a $50 waiver on the prevailing attendance fee at either location if you are referred by a participating GP clinic.

You can locate your nearest GPFirst clinics by clicking on the button below or identify them by the GPFirst decal on their clinic façade.

Locate your nearest GPFirst clinic!

Terms and conditions:
  • GPFirst is applicable to all residents living in Singapore including PRs and foreigners.

  • The original GPFirst Referral Form must be produced together with the patient’s NRIC / passport / work pass (or any form of official identification e.g. driver’s licence).

  • Benefits apply exclusively to UCC@Admiralty and KTPH ED, available only at participating clinics of the GPFirst programme.

  • The referral date, time and clinic stamp must be clearly indicated on the original GPFirst Referral Form.

  • The $50 waiver is applicable for one day from the time of referral.

  • The programme’s terms and conditions are subjected to changes without prior notice

Got a question? Click here to see if we have an answer to your question.

Information for GPs

Information for GPs

GPFirst aims to encourage patients to visit their GP first instead of going to the ED if they are suffering mild-to-moderate or non-emergency conditions so they can be cared for more promptly. This will also allow emergency care teams to focus on urgent cases such as heart attacks and strokes.

GPFirst Participating Clinics are supported with:

  • List of Exclusion Criteria (non-exhaustive)
  • CME Online Asynchronous Learning (COAL) and Quarterly CMEs

Joining GPFirst
For Group GPs, please complete this Clinic Sign-up form.
For GPs, please complete this Clinic Sign-up form.
Please email the completed sign-up form to
You can email your enquiries and feedback to too.

Useful Links
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