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BVH COVID-19 Patient Kit

From 8 Dec 2021, all COVID-19 patients who are unvaccinated "by choice’ will have to pay their own medical bills if they are admitted to hospitals or COVID-19 treatment facilities.

You may read more about the COVID-19 medical bills from the Ministry of Health (MOH) website here.

For returning travellers, you will be eligible for Government subsidies (subject to inpatient means-test subsidy status) and MediShield Life / Integrated Shield Plan coverage. You will be required to pay for any remaining balance after MediSave utilisation.


Bright Vision Hospital is a Community Hospital with a Halal-certified kitchen that has been converted to treat individuals like yourself, who have been assessed to have a mild form of COVID-19.

Under the directives of the Ministry of Health, Care Facilities like BVH provide cohorted beds. Single rooms are not available.

This page provides you with some information you will need for your stay. We wish you a speedy recovery.

 

Updating Information On Admission

To facilitate your admission, bills and claims, please complete the form online using this link.

For information on Billing and Insurance matters, click here.


 BVH COVID-19 Patient Kit

General Information

  • Based on triaging of your risk level by the Ministry of Health, you are required to be cared for under medical supervision at a Hospital Facility until you are ready to be discharged or transferred to another care facility.
  • BVH is a safer place for you to recuperate and rest while you wait for your body’s immune system to eradicate the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
  • You will be sharing a naturally ventilated room with other patients of the same gender. Please help us keep your beds and the wards neat and tidy.
  • Under the directives of the Ministry of Health, Care Facilities like BVH provide cohorted beds. Single rooms are not available.
  • All meals will be provided from our Halal-certified kitchen.
  • If you require any assistance, please call Nursing Station Number provided at the entrance of your ward.
  • Because you are in the early stages of COVID-19, being cared for at a hospital facility is the safest and most appropriate for you.

  • We aim to keep your stay as short as possible and hope you will work with us to expedite your discharge or transfer.

  • You will have to remain in a care facility for as long as you are at risk of developing complications and transmitting the virus to others.

  • Thank you for aiding in the fight against COVID-19 and for keeping our community safe.

  • You may still have mild symptoms at the time that you are transferred to the Community Hospital. These include cough, sore throat, runny or blocked nose, body aches and fatigue, or diarrhoea. These symptoms should improve with time. Please report any new or worsening symptoms to the nurses or doctors on duty.
  • Please take the medication you may have been prescribed as instructed.
  • Please get plenty of rest, and drink enough fluids.
  • It is important to wear your surgical mask provided at all times especially when healthcare workers care for you in the cubicle. This is to prevent virus transmission.
  • Wireless Internet is available through BVH Guest.
  • Our nurse will guide you on how to monitor your temperature, blood pressure and oxygen levels daily.
  • Please inform our nurse on duty if you develop any of the following symptoms:
  1. Chest pain
  2. Fever
  3. Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing         
  4. Worsening of cough
  • You will be given a blood test during your admission. This test tells us whether there are any antibodies in your body, and allows us to determine your stage of recovery and course of treatment.

  • As your body takes time to develop antibodies to fight off the virus, serology test results between individuals will vary.

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Please note that blood and swab tests will be administered according to MOH guidance, and not on request. The clinical team at Bright Vision Hospital will convey your results when they are ready. We ask for your understanding in this matter.

  • During your stay, you may be asked by our nurses to transfer to another room for closer monitoring.
  • The doctors and nurses in the wards will monitor your recovery. When your risk of developing complications become minimal you will be transferred out of BVH to another community facility to complete your period of quarantine.
  • You will require a fresh set of clothing for discharge.
 
  • All meals will be provided by our hospital. This is to ensure that you will have a healthy diet to help you recover.
  • BVH is a restricted facility. There is only limited access for food delivery services like Grab Food, Food Panda or Deliveroo. Please inform our care team by calling the nursing stations if you need to place any orders.
  • In order to prevent loss and confusion in orders, please indicate your Ward and Bed Number in your comments to the service provider (e.g. F16, R09).
  • Food Delivery is strictly restricted to the following times:

    0700hrs - 0800hrs
    1130hrs - 1230hrs
    1730hrs - 1830hrs
    2030hrs - 2130hrs
  • As this is a hospital, smoking and alcohol consumption on the premises is prohibited.
  • All deliveries will be checked by our security officers, and contraband items removed. They will be returned to you upon discharge. Perishables will be thrown away. You will be informed of all actions before they are taken.
  • In the event of a fire, you will be alerted by a fire alarm and announcement.
  • Nursing staff will assist in your evacuation to guide you to the assembly area outside of the building.
  • During the evacuation, please keep to your left in an orderly manner.

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Patient FAQs

  • ​As a confirmed COVID-19 patient, you are admitted to Bright Vision Hospital under the Infectious Disease Act.
  • As part of national measures to combat and prevent the spread of COVID-19, we are taking the necessary precautions to ensure that the community remains safe.
  • Test results that are not from the Ministry of Health will no longer be recognised.
  • ​All COVID-19 patients are housed at an appropriate care facility for up to 21 days from confirmation of COVID-19 infection to ensure full recovery. Depending on the results of your serology test, your stay at the community care facility will be between less than 1 week (serology positive) and up to two weeks (serology negative).
  • ​You will be assessed by the medical teams at the respective facilities and given appropriate testing if required.
  • ​Upon discharge from BVH, you will be issued hospitalisation leave according to the days of your stay. The Isolation Order issued to you at the CCF will also serve as proof of your hospitalisation leave.
  • When you are deemed fit to be discharged home, you are no longer infectious.  You can return to the community and it is safe to stay with your family.
  • If you are transferred to another care facility for COIVD-19, you are still under quarantine as you are still infectious.  You will be discharged home when you are no longer infectious.
  • You will require a fresh set of clothing upon discharge. Please inform your family to prepare them and send them to you via BVH Security.
  • Please ask for assistance from the nurses if you would like to bring home your personal items.  If you are not keen to bring them home, we will help to discard them upon your discharge.
  • Upon discharge, our medical team will prescribe you with sufficient medication and will instruct you on how to self-administer them. You will also receive a patient discharge summary and discharge advisory.
  • ​In line with the national measures, the hospital policy does not allow any visitors for patients infected with COVID-19. This is to reduce the risk of visitors contracting the disease.
  • ​Our doctors will update you regularly. If you wish for your next of kin to be updated, please let us know in advance.
  • ​Please stay in your cubicle at all times and do not cross the red line.
  • Please comply to the directives given in your Isolation Order from the Ministry of Health. 
  • ​To help your body eradicate the virus, we suggest you rest and drink sufficient fluids to stay well hydrated.  Inform the doctors and nurses if you develop new or worsening symptoms.
  • ​Everyone responds differently, and some might take longer to develop antibodies. BVH allows you to rest and recuperate while you wait for your body’s immune system to eradicate the virus.

Connecting WIFI

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STEP 2

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STEP 3

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