Get an eDoctor

Digital Healthcare at your Fingertips

Connect with Singapore-registered doctors instantly. With on-demand healthcare just a few clicks away, you can skip the queue in a clinic and see a doctor from home or campus anytime, anywhere.




Skip the queue


24/7 access anytime, anywhere


Medication delivery to your doorstep

How it works


Register an account with any of the telemedicine providers below to enjoy a discounted consultation fee for NP staff and students. You will need to use your NP email address to qualify for the discount.


Login to the portal to start the online consultation with a doctor.

Prescription of Medication & e-MC

Prescription of Medication

A prescription will be sent to you. You can then pick up your medication from the pharmacy. Alternatively, you can opt to have it delivered to you.


The consultation may involve the issuance of an e-MC. NP will recognise e-MC with immediate effect. If an e-MC is issued, NP students are to attach the e-MC when submitting for absence from lessons/test etc. in the NPal Student Self-Service. NP staff are to attach the e-MC when applying for medical leave on NPal or mStaff mobile app.

Find your e-Doctor

Choose from any of the following telemedicine providers below.

Look out for more providers coming on board.






Doctor Anywhere


iDoc Clinic

Note: No personal data has been shared by NP to the telemedicine providers. The services provided by these providers are not subjected to endorsement by NP. Users shall exercise personal discretion when using the services.

^Registration of account is required before NP staff and students can enjoy the discounted rate for the consultation fee.
*Ministry of Health Singapore (MOH) sandbox provider. Click here for more information on MOH's LEAP and the telemedicine regulatory sandbox.

More Information

Source: https://idoc.sg/frequently-asked-questions

Suitable Conditions to see a Telemedicine Doctor include:

  • Cough and cold
  • Uncomplicated diarrhea/food poisoning
  • Common rashes/eczema
  • Constipation
  • Acid reflux and indigestion
  • Uncomplicated urinary tract infection
  • Follow up elective consult
  • Request for repeat prescription such as contraceptives and chronic/repeat medications

The list is non-exhaustive.

Telemedicine should NOT be used for:

  • Extending MCs
  • Certifying fitness (physical examination is required)
  • Work Injury Compensation
  • Eye pain and foreign bodies in the eye
  • Ingestion of foreign bodies or foreign body in nose
  • Repeated acute visits
  • Emergencies
    • Sudden vision loss
    • Severe/Persistent abdominal pain
    • Profuse bleeding
    • Acute stroke
    • Sudden chest pain or shortness of breath

The list is non-exhaustive.

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