Appointments & Referrals
Sidra Medicine provides specialized healthcare to women, children and young people.
We accept referrals from all healthcare providers (private and public sector) and in some instances by a school nurse or counselor. Our Women’s Services accepts self-referrals.
Appointments are required for all Outpatient Clinic and Inpatient Services for women, children and young people. This does not apply for the Children’s Emergency Department – where your child will be assessed by experienced medical staff to determine the level of emergency and appropriate care options – immediate emergency care or urgent care.
Referrals and Self-referrals for Women’s Services
Sidra Medicine provides maternity, gynecological care as well as perinatal mental health services for women.
We accept referrals from all healthcare providers, including all PHCC’s, HMC and private clinics. Women considering Sidra Medicine as a private healthcare option can also self-refer.
- For any inquiries about having your baby at Sidra, please contact our Women’s Care Coordination Team on 4003-7113.
- For details about our self-funded maternity package prices please click here.
- We also offer Maternity tours of our facility which can be booked here.
- For information about Women’s Urgent Care and Obstetrics Triage Services, click here.
- For Perinatal mental healthcare services, please ask for the Women’s Wellbeing Clinic by contacting the Sidra Medicine Hotline (4003-3333) and requesting an appointment.
Referrals for Children’s Services
Sidra Medicine’s Children’s Services accepts referrals from all healthcare providers (private and public sector) and in some instances by a school nurse or counselor.
For referrals from school nurses and counselors for child and adolescent psychiatry and child advocacy services. School counselors can email OPCReferrals@sidra.org to request for more details and a referral form.
Sidra Medicine has a Children’s Emergency Department and a Children’s Urgent Care Clinic, both which accept walk-in patients. Your child will be assessed by experienced medical staff to determine the level of emergency and appropriate care options – immediate emergency care or urgent care.