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SUBMIT THIS FORM IF YOU ARE PROVIDING, OR PLANNING TO PROVIDE HEALTH SCREENING, MOBILE MEDICINE (HOUSE CALL), TELEMEDICINE, EMERGENCY AMBULANCE OR MEDICAL TRANSPORT SERVICES


  • This form is meant for service providers without a Private Hospitals and Medical Clinics Act (PHMCA) licence.
  • Current PHMCA licensees do not need to fill this form. We will work with you via the service mapping exercise.

  • The Ministry of Health (MOH) will introduce a new Healthcare Services Act (HCSA) to replace the current PHMCA to meet Singapore’s evolving healthcare needs, and better safeguard the safety and welfare of patients as new healthcare models and services emerge.

    MOH will be licensing five new non-premises based services:

    1. Health Screening: A service involving the examination or testing of an individual for the purposes of detecting health risks, diseases, injury, disability or condition of the body or mind.

    2. Mobile Medicine: A service provided to an individual in-person other than from fixed premises:

    a. A service comprising all of the following:

    - The examination of the human body, or any matter derived from the human body of that individual;
    - The assessment of health diagnosis, intervention or care;

    b. Medical procedures that is intended to change the appearance or anatomy of an individual

    >>> In the first instance, MOH will be licensing doctor-led mobile medicine (house call) services.

    1. Telemedicine: A service involving the assessment of health, diagnosis, treatment, intervention or care of any individual where the service is provided through the use of info-communications technology and not in-person.

    >>> In the first instance, MOH will be licensing doctor-led teleconsultation.

    1. Emergency Ambulance: A service to transport, by land, air or sea, any individual suffering, or believed to be suffering, from an injury or condition of acute or sudden onset of an emergency nature, who is being provided with clinical monitoring and may include the diagnosis and provision of clinical treatment or intervention en-route.

    2. Medical Transport: A service to transport, by land, air or sea, any individual suffering, or believed to be suffering, from an injury or condition and who is being provided with non-emergency clinical care or clinical monitoring en-route.

    If you are currently providing, or plan to provide these services, please let us know here so we can help you transit seamlessly as a licensee under the new HCSA, i.e.:

  • Update you on the licensing timelines,
  • Involve you in the service regulations consultation (set out the key requirements to provide the service), and
  • Walk you through the e-licensing system.

  • For further queries, please contact HCSA_Enquiries@moh.gov.sg.