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How you can request a copy of your medical report
To apply for your medical report, you will have to submit written consent for the release of your medical information. If you are below 21 years of age, you will need your parent’s written consent.
Do note that the release of any medical information is subject to approval by the Health Promotion Board.
The request for medical reports is only applicable for students who were seen at the Student Health Centre, and only for the duration, they were seen at the Student Health Centre in HPB, Level 3.
There are a number of convenient ways to obtain your Medical Report:
a. Email us at
HPB_SHC@hpb.gov.sg attaching scanned copies of your NRIC (front and back). If you are below 21 years of age, please also attach scanned copies of your birth certificate and the NRIC (front and back) of the parent who is consenting to the request.
Write to us and enclose a crossed cheque payable to ‘Health Promotion Board’ for the $50
medical report fee.
b. Visit us in person at:
STUDENT HEALTH CENTREHealth Promotion Board3 Second Hospital AveSingapore 168937
Mon to Thurs – 8.00 am to 5.30 pmFri – 8.00 am to 5.00 pmSat – 8.00 am to 12.30 pm
Sunday & Public Holidays – closed
Lunch time – 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm
A fee of $50 is charged for every Medical Report request. The completion of a medical report requires the doctor to review the patient's medical records and prepare the report. The fee levied covers administrative cost and the doctor's input.
Generally, it will take between 2 to 3 weeks from the time you submit your request for your medical report to be processed.
You can request for your Medical Report to be mailed directly by local mail to you. Please indicate this preferred option in your application.
You can also collect it in person at the
Registration Counter, Student Health Centre, Level 3.
Please ensure that you provide your contact number with your request. You will be contacted as soon as the report is ready for collection. Please present your NRIC when you collect it.
If you are picking up a Medical Report on a patient’s behalf, please present an authorisation letter from the patient, with your name and NRIC detailed in the letter.
Our staff will be happy to help. Contact us at:
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This article was last reviewed on
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
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