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Community Health Centres (CHCs) are set up in residential areas to provide provide ancillary health services, to supporting General Practitioners (GPs) in caring for their management care for caring for their patients with chronic conditions.
CHCs are conveniently located within the neighbourhood to allow GPs and patients easy access to the services. CHAS, Merdeka Generation (MG) and Pioneer Generation (PG) cardholders can enjoy subsidised rates for CHC services.
For better coordination and continuity of care, patients must be referred by GPs, who will make appointments with the nearest CHC . Test results will be sent to the referring GPs for review and follow-up with patients. All services are by appointment only.
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Step 1: Patient consults you for his or her chronic condition
Step 2: After assessing and diagnosing patient’s condition, you can refer the patient to the CHC for relevant services by completing the referral form and calling the CHC to schedule an appointment.
Step 3: On the day of the appointment, a trained healthcare professional at the CHC will perform the referred service(s) for the patient.
Step 4: The healthcare professional will contact you should there be any escalation or urgent concerning issues.
Step 5: Report(s) will be sent to you for your review and follow-up with the patient.
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