These two centres provide your child (under 19) with appropriate care.
About the Student Health Centre
About the Student Dental Centre
The Student Health Centre (SHC) provides integrated services for the assessment and management of medical conditions of students. Our clinical services include general, nutrition, immunisation, and refraction clinics.
With a comfortable, colourful and cheerful atmosphere, the SHC provides healthcare for your child in a child-friendly setting. Our helpful and friendly clinic staff always try to go the extra mile to offer comfort and convenience.
The SHC attends to students referred by the Youth Preventive Health Service (YPHS) team. Referrals are seen by appointment only.
The Student Dental Centre (SDC) provides oral healthcare services to pre-schoolers and pupils from Junior Colleges, Institutes of Technical Education and Polytechnics aged below 19 years. It also serves as a referral centre for more complex treatment referred from Field Dental Clinics and Mobile Dental Clinics.
The SDC offers a fun ambience and a friendly and understanding team of dentists, dental therapists and dental surgery assistants to help ease patients' anxiety during the treatment.
Patients are seen strictly by appointment ONLY.
To request for an appointment or to change your child's appointment, please visit the HealthHub website or use the HealthHub mobile app.
We encourage parents/guardians to accompany their child for appointments and consultations at the Student Health Centre and Student Dental Centre as consent may be required for treatment.
Please produce the following documents during registration:
Previous immunisation certificates (for immunisation only)
CSC card (if any)
Passport/entry permit (for permanent residents and foreigners)
Any form of financial assistance documentation
Student Health Centre Fees
General Clinic Attendance
Specialist Clinic Attendance
Colour Vision Test Attendance
Colour Vision Test Fee
Audiometry Test Fee
Please note that additional charges may apply for X-ray, blood tests or ECG if required during consultaion.Payment can be made by NETS/cash card or child's Baby Bonus. Cash or credit card payments are not accepted.
Student Dental Centre Treatment Fees for Basic Procedures
$9.00 - $16.50
$24.00 - $48.75
$41.60 - $84.50
Examination and Diagnosis
$6.00 - $12.50
$6.00 - $26.25
$7.80 - $45.50
Payment can be made by NETS/cash card or child's Baby Bonus. Cash or credit card payments are not accepted.
3 Second Hospital AvenueSingapore 168937
Tel: 6435 3895Fax: 6438 7166Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 6435 3782Fax: 6435 3791Email: HPB_Dental_Counter@hpb.gov.sg
Monday – Friday:
8.00 am – 12.30 pm1.30 pm – 5.00 pm
Saturday: 8.00 am – 12.30 pmSunday and Public Holiday: Closed
Buses from:Outram RoadBus Numbers: 33, 63, 75, 174, 851, 970.
Eu Tong Sen StreetBus Numbers: 2, 12, 54, 61, 124, 143, 147, 166, 174, 190, 196, 197, 961.
MRT Station:Outram Park (EW Line)Outram Park (NE Line)
Monday to Saturday
7.00 am to 9.59 pm - $0.035 per min10.00 pm to 6.59 am - $2.14 per entry
Sunday & Public Holiday
7.00 am to 9.59 pm - $0.018 per min10.00 pm to 6.59 am - $2.14 per entry
Monthly Season Parking for Cars
$150.00 per month
Monthly Season Parking for Motorcycles
$15.00 per month
Day Parking (0730hrs to 1830hrs daily)
$9.00 multiple entries
Parking Tariffs for Car Parking
(a) 7.00am to 9.59pm (Monday to Saturday)
$0.042 per minute
(b) 10.00pm to 6.59am (Monday to Saturday)
$2.50 per entry
(c) 7.00am to 9.59pm (Sunday and Public Holiday)
(d) 10.00pm to 6.59am (Sunday and Public Holiday)
Parking Tariffs for Motorcycle Parking
$0.20 per hour$0.00333 per minute
This article was last reviewed on
Thursday, August 25, 2022
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