Led by KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH) and National University Hospital (NUH), PaedsENGAGE partners General Practitioners (GPs) in the private sector in providing right-siting of care for mild and moderate paediatric conditions across Singapore.
Do bring your child to see your PaedsENGAGE GP first for non-urgent conditions to assess and manage your child's condition. This will allow our team at the Children's Emergency to focus on patients with critical and life-threatening conditions.
The e-brochure is available for download here.
The list of participating clinics can be found here. They can also be identified by the PaedsENGAGE decal displayed at their clinic.
Quality Paediatric Care Within Reach
GPs undergo a dedicated training programme before being certified as our partners.
Reduced Fee At KKH And NUH's Children's Emergency
If your child's condition is assessed to be an emergency, the PaedsENGAGE GP will refer you to the Children's Emergency. You will receive a $50 subsidy on the prevailing Children's Emergency fees.
Do ensure that you bring your child within 12 hours, along with the original hardcopy form.
Continuity Of Care
Our team will keep your PaedsENGAGE GP updated of your child's condition, and refer your child back to the same GP where needed.
1. Referral of patients through this partnership must be made via the original and serialised PaedsENGAGE Referral Form provided by KKH or NUH.
2. The original Referral Form must be duly completed with the participating clinic’s stamp, with date and time clearly indicated AND the patient must produce the completed original Referral Form at KKH or NUH Children’s Emergency together with his/her Birth Certificate for verification. 3. It is the responsibility of the parents/next-of-kin to bring both patient AND the original copy of the referral form to Children’s Emergency within 12 hours from date/time of referral.
4. Patients will receive a $50 subsidy on the prevailing charges when referred to KKH or NUH Children’s Emergency by participating GPs. 5. Specialised investigations and/or medications e.g. sedation required at Children’s Emergency will be separately charged.