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Family Nexus @ Choa Chu Kang

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Family Nexus @ Choa Chu Kang offers holistic and integrated support by providing families and children with easy access to healthcare, social and community services as well as family support programmes within the heartlands.

Our nurses and care coordinators counsel and advise on the Family and Child Health services available at the National University Polyclinics as well as provide the required referrals to our polyclinics, hospitals (specialist services), social services, parent support groups and Child Development Unit, to suit your needs.

Health-related services by National University Polyclinics 


  • Pre-conception Guidance
  • Antenatal and Postnatal Screenings
  • Mental Wellness Checks
  • Lactation Support
  • Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Follow-ups
  • Family Planning
For more details, click here


  • Mental Wellness Checks 
  • Weight Management (BMI)
For more details, click here


  • Growth and Developmental Checks
  • Childhood Vaccination Checks
  • Newborn Care 
  • Autism, Screen Time and Sleep Hygiene Screenings
For more details, click here

Social services by Families for Life, Fei Yue Community Services and Health Promotion Board

  • Marriage preparation and parenting programmes
  • Family and children bonding activities organised by community partners
  • Parent support groups 
Make an appointment with our Family Nexus team now!

Download the Family Nexus @ CCK brochure here.

Find out about other programmes and activities related to Family Nexus here:

Our locations

  • Choa Chu Kang Polyclinic
    2 Teck Whye Crescent
    Level 2, Singapore 688846
  • Keat Hong Community Club
    2 Choa Chu Kang Loop
    #01-01, Singapore 689687

Upcoming events

Stay tuned for details!

Family Nexus is a collaboration among the National University Polyclinics, National University Centre for Women and Children, Families for Life, Fei Yue Community Services, Health Promotion Board and community-based service providers in the western region.


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