Upon arrival, patients will be registered, screened and triaged to the respective consultation areas, segregating those with fever and/or respiratory symptoms from the others.
Walk-in patients are advised to bring along their identification document and referral letter (if available) on the day of visit. Most non-emergency cases which are common and mild can be treated by visiting the family doctor. These include:-
|Mild fever||Cough and colds|
|Small cuts or bruises||Superficial burn or scald|
|Localised rash or insect bite||Minor nosebleed|
|Chronic aches and pains||Mild diarrhoea and vomiting|
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