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Setting up a GP Practice

This is a page dedicated for GPs-to-be, providing a one-stop guide to help you through the journey of anchoring your new practice as an important healthcare partner in the community. 

STEP 1 - Before applying your Medical Clinic license 
Click here to read about the 'Important Information before applying a License' provided by the MOH's E-licensing for Healthcare (eLIS) portal.
 
 
STEP 2 - Applying your Medical Clinic license  
Click here to apply for your Medical Clinic license.
Please note that in order to use “Family” in your clinic name, there must at least one registered Family Physician (who is not a locum doctor) practising in your clinic.   
 
Guidelines and Regulations that you will need to be familiar with 
 

STEP 3- Running a practice with comprehensive primary care support 

   PCE flyer 2 

Step 3A- Register a Primary Care Pages (PCP) account here
PCP is the online gateway for General Practitioners. Visit PCP regularly to get up-to-date information on schemes and new primary care initiatives.

Click on the following Primary Care schemes for more information:

Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP) 

Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS) 

- Public Health Preparedness Clinic (PHPC) Scheme  

Community Health Centre (CHC) 

Primary Care Network (PCN)  

Community Care GP-Partnership Training Award 

 

STEP 3B - We have a dedicated account manager for each geographical region (CDC)
Click here to find out the CDC that your clinic resides in. 

CDC guide 

STEP 3C - Please contact your account manager if you are keen to participate in any of the above schemes 

  Contact with PCN 2 

 
STEP 4 - Professional Development for Family Physician 
For information on vocational training and continuing professional development, visit the College of Family Physicians website here.
Click here to apply for the Family Physician Accreditation.
 
Get sponsored up to 70% should you enhance your capabilities through the Graduate Diploma in Palliative Medicine (GDPM), Graduate Diploma in Geriatric Medicine (GDGM) and Graduate Diploma in Family Medicine (GDFM). In addition, through this programme, GPs can work with the community care sector to put their knowledge into practice.  

 

Click here to find out more. 
 
 


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