24-Hour Emergency Fees in Singapore: A&E, Clinics and Ambulance

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Emergencies can happen at any time so it is important to know where to take your loved one should it ever happen to them.

Your default should not be to rush to the nearest hospital or A&E near me, especially for non-life-threatening situations. It doesn’t only rack up quite an expensive medical bill but it also clogs up the emergency rooms. Worse, you might find yourself to be waiting for hours in line due to the priority scheme.

One way to prepare for late-night emergencies is to know which clinics near you are open beyond the regular hours. To help, we have prepared a list of 24 hour clinics in Singapore along with the fees and services you can expect should you ever need to visit one.

What are the Healthcare Services in 24-Hour Clinics?

The treatment and care services offered at 24 Hour Clinics are the same as the ones offered in a normal GP clinic, only with consultation hours extended to 24 hours.

Among the services include:

  • Outpatient Medical Treatment (such as colds, headaches and minor burns)
  • Minor Surgical Procedures (i.e. wound dressing and drainage of abscess)
  • Diagnoses & Prevention of Chronic Diseases (such as hypertension, diabetes, anxiety etc.)
  • Women, Men and Child’s Health (including pap smear, STD/HIV screening and maternity care)
  • Vaccinations (for H1N1 and tetanus among others)
  • Health Screening and Education (such as Blood Count, urine tests and lipid profiles)
  • Antigen rapid test

What is the difference between a Hospital A&E and 24-Hour Clinics?


At 24 hour clinics, expect to be charged more if you come after hours. A consultation fee can range from $80 to $130 with consultations costing $100 after midnight. Medication and other treatments come at an additional cost.

A&E charges around $120 to $160 for a standard visit. This covers consultation charges, diagnostics, treatment and 7-days worth of medication.


Waiting Time

At 24-Hour Clinics

Expect short to no waiting times at a 24 hour clinic. As such it is advised that if the condition is not severe, you can visit the 24- hour clinics nearest you. These clinics are well-equipped to cater to your medical needs.  


At A&E

There are four levels of priority in an A&E and this set up is to ensure that those with the most severe and urgent will be given the immediate attention they need.

It is advised that you only visit the A&E for life threatening conditions like those that fall under Priority 1 and 2. Those whose conditions fall under Priority 3 and 4 can rest assured that they will find the medical care they require at the nearest 24 hour GP clinic.   

  • Priority 1: Resuscitation and Critically-Ill Patients
  1. Heart attack, severe injuries and bleeding, shock, severe asthma attack
  •  Priority 2: Major Emergencies
  1. Major limb fracture or dislocation, moderate injuries, severe abdominal pain
  • Priority 3: Minor Emergencies
  1. Sprains, minor injuries, minor abdominal pain, vomiting, fever, rashes, and mile headaches
  • Priority 4: Non-Emergency
  1. chronic joint pains or skin rash, long-term nasal discharge, old scars, cataracts, removal of tattoos and sore throats

24-Hour Clinics, Fees, & Other Costs in Singapore

The following is a list of 24 hour clinics in Singapore, their locations, contact information as well as estimated consultation fees.


Northern 24-Hour Clinics
24 Hour Clinic Address Contact details After Midnight Costs
Intermedical 24 Hour Clinic 25 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10 #01-2407, Singapore 560525 Tel: 6919 2998


$78 – $88
Central 24-HR Clinic Group (Yishun) Blk 701A Yishun Avenue 5 #01-04, Singapore 761701 Tel; 6759 7985


Central 24-HR Clinic Group Blk 768 Woodlands Avenue 6 #02-06A, Singapore 730768 Tel: 6365 4895


Central 24-HR Clinic Group Blk 303 Woodlands Street 31 #01-185, Singapore 730303 Tel: 6365 2908


Central 24-HR Clinic Group Blk 681 Hougang Avenue 8 #01-831, Singapore 530681 Tel: 6387 6965






Eastern 24-Hour Clinics
24 Hour Clinic Address Contact details After Midnight Costs
Raffles Medical Airport 24-hr Clinic 65 Airport Boulevard, Changi Airport Terminal 3 Tel: 6241 8818


Central 24-HR Clinic Group (Bedok) Blk 219 Bedok Central #01-124, Singapore 460219 Tel: 6247 6122


Central 24-HR Clinic Group Blk 446 Pasir Ris Drive 6 #01-122, Singapore 510446 Tel: 6582 2640


Tampines 24-Hr Family Clinic Blk 201D Tampines Street 21#01-1151, Singapore 524201 Tel: 6786 7228







Western 24-Hour Clinics
24 Hour Clinic Address Contact details After Midnight Costs
Prohealth 24-Hour Medical Clinic Blk 259 Bukit Panjang Ring Road #01-18, Singapore 670259 Tel: 6765 2115


Unihealth 24-Hour Clinic 135 Jurong Gateway Road #01-317, Singapore 600135 Tel: 6970 5868


Central 24-HR Clinic Group Blk 450 Clementi Avenue 3 #01-291, Singapore 120450 Tel: 6773 2925


Central 24-HR Clinic Group (Jurong West) Blk 492 Jurong West Street 41 #01-54, Singapore 640492 Tel: 6565 7484


Central 24-HR Clinic Group Blk 959 Jurong West Street 92 #01-160, Singapore 640959 Tel: 6251 2775






Central 24-Hour Clinics
24 Hour Clinic Address Contact details After Midnight Costs
Unihealth 24-Hour Clinic 178 Toa Payoh Central #01-218, Singapore 310178 Tel: 6203 1639


Thomson Medical Centre 339 Thomson Rd, Singapore 307677 Tel: 6350 8812


$85 – $95         



24 HR A&E rooms and Fees in Singapore

The following is a list of A&E rooms, locations, contact details as well as estimated consultation fees.


Northern HR A&E Rooms
24 Hour Clinic Address Contact details Fees
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital 90 Yishun Central, Singapore 768828 Tel: 6555 8000 $122




Eastern HR A&E Rooms
24 Hour Clinic Address Contact details Fees
Parkway East Hospital 321 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore 427990 Tel: 6377 3737 $156
Changi General Hospital  

2 Simei Street 3, Singapore 529889


Tel: 6788 8833 $126



Western HR A&E Rooms
24 Hour Clinic Address Contact details Fees
National University Hospital 5 Lower Kent Ridge Rd, Singapore 119074 Tel: 6779 5555           $121
Ng Teng Fong General Hospital 1 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609606 Tel:6716 2000 $120




Central HR A&E Rooms
24 Hour Clinic Address Contact details Fees
Mt Alvernia Hospital 820 Thomson Rd, Singapore 574623 Tel:6347 6688 $96.30 to $127.33
Farrer Park Hospital  

1, #02-01 Farrer Park Station Rd, Connexion, Singapore 217562


Tel:6363 1818 $118 to $123
Tan Tock Seng Hospital 11 Jln Tan Tock Seng, Singapore 308433 Tel:6256 6011 $128
Singapore General Hospital 31 Third Hospital Ave, Singapore 168753 Tel:6222 3322 $121
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital 100 Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 229899 Tel:6225 5554 $120
Raffles Hospital  585 North Bridge Road Raffles Hospital, Singapore 188770 Tel:6311 2222 $100 to $150
Mt Elizabeth Hospital 3 Mount Elizabeth, Singapore 228510 Tel:6737 2666 $162
Gleneagles Hospital 6A Napier Rd, Singapore 258500 Tel: 6473 7222 $160


A&E vs. 24-Hour Clinics: Where Should I Go?

When choosing between a hospital’s A&E and a 24-Hour Clinic, it depends on the condition’s severity and urgency.

For conditions such as sprained ankles, fevers, nosebleeds, minor cuts, flu and

sore eyes, a 24-hour clinic are well-equipped to attend to your needs.

Meanwhile, broken bones severe pain, seizures or an injured elderly in need of urgent

medical attention would be best attended to at the nearest A&E.

Regardless of condition, you may choose to go to an A&E if your health insurance plan

covers these visits, however, if your condition is not life-threatening, you may end up waiting for hours. Those with more severe and urgent needs will be attended first. It would be much faster to go to a 24 hour clinic instead.


What to Do During a Late-Night Medical Emergency

If you ever come upon your loved one having a medical emergency, it is best to stay

calm so you can properly assess the situation. Grabbing your loved one and rushing to the hospital in a panic will do more harm than good. 


Instead, take note of your loved one’s condition and the symptoms/injuries sustained from a fall or an accident so you know what to do next.  


When To Call For an Ambulance

  •  Life threatening Condition. Only call an ambulance if you think your loved one’s condition is life-threatening such as a stroke or a heart attack. Symptoms of these could be chest pains or difficulty breathing.


  • Not breathing. You should also call an ambulance if your loved one is unconscious or their pulse is undetectable. They may require CPR and you’ll be instructed through the phone on how to perform it as the ambulance rushes to you.


  • Unable to move the patient due to injuries.

If you cannot move your loved one due to the injuries they sustained, call an ambulance. The emergency staff know how to carry and lift patients without aggravating their condition.


  • Need assistance to go to the emergency room. If you or your loved one require assistance due to limited mobility or require support equipment such as oxygen and IV drip during transport, you may call a non-emergency ambulance to provide transport to the hospital.


What to Bring to the A&E/24-Hour Clinic

Bring your loved one’s personal identification and copies of medical records in case

they need to be admitted.  


What Happens After Dialing 995

If the situation calls for it, you may dial 995 for an SCFD ambulance. Dialling 995 is

only free if it is a true emergency, otherwise, you would be charged $274 at

the emergency department. 


You also cannot choose where the ambulance will take you as they will bring you to the nearest hospital so that the patient can receive treatment as soon as possible.  


Being Prepared to Deal With an Unexpected Medical Emergency

As emergencies can happen at any time, it is best to be prepared as possible. If you live  with an elderly loved one who suffers from a chronic condition and would benefit from supervised care, you may want to look into eldercare Singapore.

Through eldercare services, you can find set ups such as nursing homes and assisted

living where round the clock care and various amenities and elderly-friendly facilities are available to ensure your loved one’s comfort.

On the other hand, if your loved one prefers to stay at home, hiring a live in caregiver Singapore can ensure they will have the attention and access to the specialized care they need.

Joshua is the founder of RC Caregivers. Having been the primary caregiver of his father, he has been undertaking ways to provide affordable and quality care, not just to his father, but to all elderly in Singapore. He has founded multiple care companies, such as Red Crowns Senior Living, and has been featured in Straits Times, Zaobao and Money 93FM. He has also been lauded by DBS, with the company being the recipient of the DBS foundation grant.
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