Advance Care Planning (ACP) may be done at most hospitals, selected polyclinics, and community care providers:
If you are a patient at a hospital or polyclinic, please ask your doctor for a referral.
If you are generally in good health, you may make an appointment at ACP nodes.
Some providers offer the option to do ACP over a video conferencing platform (please refer to the section on TeleACP Providers).
You may also apply for a Lasting Power of Attorney with selected service providers (indicated with blue background).
Advance Care Planning (ACP) facilitators are found in all the government restructured hospitals, polyclinics and community nodes. You can make an appointment to meet with an ACP facilitator to discuss your healthcare wishes and record them. Consultation fees may apply.
It is also recommended to bring along your loved ones and/or someone you can appoint to speak on your behalf when you can no longer do so, for the discussion.
Please click here for more information on where you can get your ACP done.