The Women's Clinic will be suspended with immediate effect till futher notice
The registration hours for Women's Clinic (By Appointment Only) will be as follows:
With effect from 3rd Jan 2020, the women registration hours will be as follows :
Every Tuesday , Wednesday, Thursday from 1pm - 4pm (Strictly By Appointment)
At the DSC Clinic, we recognise the importance and need to offer our female patients a clinic specially dedicated to their care. DSC Clinic runs its Women’s Clinic, on level 2, supported by a team of dedicated female staff.
Please note the Women Clinic at level 2 is a strictly female only clinic, all male companion(s) are advised to wait at our Public Clinic at level One.
Services provided at the Women’s Clinic
• Comprehensive screening
• Effective treatment of STIs
• Management of other genital conditions
• Vaccinations for Hepatitis B, Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer
• Pap smear
• Confidential counselling.
Visit Us Today
To make an appointment, please fill in the Online Appointment Form or alternatively, you may wish to call 62939648 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment. The appointment call center is opened every Monday to Friday from 8am - 12pm and 1pm to 5pm.
We encourage patients to book an appointment at least 3 working days in advance.
Urgent Cases Without Appointments
DSC sees patients by appointments only. We will make every effort to provide timely medical care to all our patients. If you arrive at our clinic as a walk-in, please understand that you will be assessed by our staff if you would require same day medical attention. There will also be a $5 walk-in fee payable and you will only be seen after all appointment patients.
Alternatively, you may be asked to schedule an appointment on another day if your condition does not require immediate medical attention.
We seek your kind understanding as we work towards providing you and all our patients a comfortable visit to our clinic.
Should you require urgent medical assistance, you may visit your family physician (GP clinic or the nearest polyclinic).
**All new cases and existing patients who have not seen a doctor for more than 2 years will be required to see the doctor for consultation