* In order to enjoy medication delivery, the pharmacy will need to keep your original prescription.
Sign up here and place your original prescription with the Pharmacy the next time you go down. Let us do all the work for you. Terms & conditions apply.
To top-up your medicine, please ensure you:
Our Outpatient Pharmacy supplies mainly self-administered medication to patients. Other services available at our Outpatient Pharmacy include:
- Home Delivery
This Home Delivery Service is provided for patients/customers who wish to:
For refill of prescriptions, the first collection must be made at our pharmacy so that the original copy can be kept by us. The amount you wish to buy in each refill is subject to current supply guidelines in the institution.
Terms and Conditions
Once an order is confirmed, no changes can be made upon delivery.
If the customer is not around to receive the ordered items, the full delivery fee of $10 will be billed, along with a return trip fee of $5. For health and safety reasons, we cannot accept return of any drugs or items purchased. Overseas delivery services are not available. All deliveries are restricted to mainland Singapore only.
Delivery Charges (no weight limit)
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form and bring your prescription to the Pharmacy.
- Medication Management
This service is designed to help you manage your medicines appropriately.
You may therefore make an appointment with our pharmacists at 6436 8091 if you have:
- Outpatient Pharmacy Helpdesk
Our aim is to enhance, expand and extend the quality of care available to our patients and their caregivers. This helpdesk can help you with:
- Counseling Services
We provide counseling on the proper use of prescribed medicines, their side effects, the precautions to be taken, drug interactions, proper storage conditions, management of missed doses and other information peculiar to a specific drug or patient.
- Smoking Cessation Counseling
At the National Cancer Centre Singapore, we understand the unique challenges of quitting smoking while focusing on cancer treatments. If you are a cancer patient who smokes, you should consider quitting smoking, whether or not your cancer is smoking-related. Studies have shown that cancer patients who stop smoking tend to have better responses to chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy, and have fewer side effects from treatments. We ensure that patients who are interested in quitting smoking are offered support.
Your consult with our counselors will cover the following:
For an appointment, you may obtain your Oncologist's referral or contact us directly.
Level 1, National Cancer Centre Singapore
Monday - Friday: 9.00am - 6.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 12.30pm
Sunday/Public Holiday: Closed
Tel: +65 6436 8091
Fax: +65 6220 1347
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11 Hospital Crescent, Singapore 169610 +65 6436 8000