House Call Medical Services on Demand
Round the clock house call doctors available 24/7; 365 days a year.
Private ambulance booking within a few taps of your fingers.
“The 24/7 mobile application allows users to request a house call from a doctor to a location of their choice, either via the app or by calling a patient support line.”
“Since joining the [MOH Regulatory Sandbox], companies like Speedoc have been able to provide more services to patients as well as help those … who have complex medical conditions.”
“Doctor created app to cut number of people going to A&E departments in hospitals.”
“What if there was a way to skip all those queues and send doctor to your doorstep instead? (Speedoc is) a ‘Grab for doctors’ so that we can get access to doctors anytime, anywhere.”
“An app a day brings the doctor your way.”
“Speedoc’s model shifts some of the burden from centralized hospitals back to the community, and patients will be able to pick the type of care they require, be it primary, urgent, or preventive care.”
Your Hub for Primary Medical Care.
Fully Licensed & Qualified Doctors
All our doctors are fully qualified as per rigorous SMC guidelines and are subject to extensive background checks prior to attending to our patients.
Follow Up Chat
Easily message your doctor or send pictures through the app even after the visit to keep the doctor updated until your condition has resolved.
Accessible & Quality Care
Quality care doesn’t mean you have to compromise on convenience. No more long queues in clinic waiting rooms or transportation needed.
In-App Ambulance Booking
Call for a private ambulance for non-emergency cases as effortlessly as you would a private‑hire car. It’s as simple as that.
Upfront, Transparent Pricing? Priceless.
Pricing displayed prior to each visit
Defy the uncertainty of variable pricing by using the upfront fees displayed prior to confirmation.
Payment modes and Corporate Plans
Pay easily using cash or credit card. You may be eligible for special rates based on your corporate health plans or benefits. Check with your insurance provider to see if Speedoc visits can be claimed.
See how Speedoc works
Complete GP Services & more at Home
- Cough, cold and fever
- High blood pressure and cholesterol
- Vertigo and Giddiness
- Viral infections
- Burns and Cuts
- Diarrhea and Vomiting
- IV Drips / IV Antibiotics
- Lung infection / Pneumonia
- Muscle and joint injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
- Wound closure / Stitches
- Bedsores management
- Caregiver Training
- Blood tests
- Nasogastric tube (NGT) insertion or change
- Suture / stitches removal
- Urine catheterisation
- Wound Dressing
- Transport to hospital
- Transport home after discharge
- Scheduled medical transport
- Event standby
- General Blood Tests
- Dengue Test
- Rapid Influenza Test
- HIV Screening
- Swab Test
- Urine and Stool Test
- Electrocardiogram (ECG)
- Portable Ultrasound
- CT Scan
- MRI Scan
- Long-term Medications
- Immunisations and Vaccinations
- IV Drips
- IV Antibiotics
- Overseas Delivery
Referrals & Misc.
- Hospital Admissions
- Specialist Referrals
- Community-centre referrals
- Home Hospice care referrals
- Certification of Death
- Insurance Screening
Oversight and Regulations
Speedoc is a participant in Singapore Ministry of Health’s (MOH) Regulatory Sandbox – Licensing Experimentation and Adaptation Programme (LEAP).
Synced Electronic Medical Records
Speedoc doctors have access to the National Electronic Health Record Singapore (NEHR). This allows us to review any uploaded medical records from public hospitals and polyclinics, so that we have a complete picture of your medical care and are better able to serve you.
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