It is common for many of us to visit multiple healthcare providers in our lifetime - from different General Practitioner (GP) clinics and polyclinics, to specialist clinics, therapy centres, and hospitals. As a result, each of these providers will have some parts of our healthcare history.

The National Electronic Health Record (NEHR) is a secure system that collects summary patient health records across different healthcare providers. This enables authorised healthcare professionals to have a holistic picture of your healthcare history. With “One Patient, One Health Record”, your care team would be able to deliver safer, better and more personalised CARE for you.

From 5 January to 15 February 2018, MOH and IHiS held a series of consultation sessions with stakeholders and members of the public. Members of the public can view response to the feedback from the consultation sessions here.

Patients First with NEHR - Enabling better CARE for you


Connects healthcare professionals for patient-centred care


Achieves better health outcomes


Raises patient safety​


Enhances patient experience with seamless care


Share your views on the NEHR in a short survey