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Traditional Chinese Medicine Free Clinic


Safeguarding Health and Eradicating the Suffering of Illness


Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) services are popular among the Chinese community, especially in areas like Redhill, a community with a relatively high elderly population. Therefore, since November 2011, Tzu Chi Free Clinic (Singapore) started offering free TCM services such as consultation and acupuncture treatment from Monday to Friday to make full use of its space to meet local needs. The TCM clinical services are free for everyone regardless of religion and race. After serving the local community for more than a decade, the clinic was officially renamed Buddhist Tzu Chi TCM Free Clinic (Redhill) in October 2022.

In view of the greying population, Tzu Chi launched another TCM free clinic in Khatib in 2019, with the support and assistance of the Nee Soon South Constituency. The launch ceremony was officiated by the Minister for Law and Home Affairs, Mr K. Shanmugam and MP for Nee Soon GRC, Er. Dr. Lee Bee Wah on 29 September 2019. Besides providing basic TCM clinical services such as acupuncture, moxibustion and cupping, Buddhist Tzu Chi TCM Free Clinic (Khatib) also features holistic services that serve to prevent diseases and improve people’s health. These services include “La Jin” (stretching therapy), dietetic therapy, and health education to encourage healthy living. In particular, patients may learn the “La Jin” (stretching) exercises from our TCM personnel and do them at home to keep fit.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, both TCM free clinics strictly adhered to safety measures in treating patients, serving nearly 38,000 patients in the past two years.

Buddhist Tzu Chi TCM Free Clinic (Redhill)

Address: Blk 90 Redhill Close, Singapore 150090


Eligibility
Singapore citizens, PRs, and Work / Student / Long-term Visit Pass holders only

Services
Consultation, Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Cupping, Lajin (stretching), Dietetic Therapy, Health Education

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday
• 9am – 12pm (Registration closes at 11am)
• 1.30pm – 5pm (Registration closes at 4pm)

Closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays

For enquiries & appointment
Monday to Friday
• 9.30am – 12pm
• 
1.30pm – 4.30pm
Tel: (65) 6475 8812

Buddhist Tzu Chi TCM Free Clinic (Khatib)

Address: Blk 812 Yishun Ring Road #01-4155, Singapore 760812


Eligibility
Singapore citizens, PRs, and Work / Student / Long-term Visit Pass holders only

Services
Consultation, Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Cupping, Lajin (stretching), Dietetic Therapy, Health Education

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday
• 9am – 12pm (Registration closes at 11am)
• 1.30pm – 5pm (Registration closes at 4pm)

Closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays

For enquiries & appointment
Monday to Friday
• 9.30am – 12pm
• 
1.30pm – 4.30pm
Tel: (65) 6235 4916

 


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