What do I need to prepare before the start of the video consultation?

What do I need to prepare before the start of the video consultation?

NRIC/FIN/Birth Certificate/Passport number

You need to verify your name and identification (NRIC/FIN/Birth Certificate/Passport number) with the provider at the start of the consultation. No prescription, referral or medical certificate can be issued to anyone who is not using a real identity or assuming a false identity.

(Optional) Medical equipment

The following equipment may be useful to have with you during the General Practitioner video consultation:

Thermometer to measure temperature
Pentorch or mobile phone with torchlight function to illuminate and provide better visualisation of the body part of interest
Blood pressure machine to check blood pressure and heart rate
Glucometer for diabetics to check capillary blood glucose level or hypocount.
Weighing scale to check weight
Any other equipment that you feel would be helpful for the consultation

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