What is an injection?

An Injection refers to the administration of a medication, vaccine or other therapeutic agent into the body using a needle and syringe. Please note: A doctor’s prescription is required for injections at home. Things to be included in the prescription include: the type of medication, dosage, frequency, and route of administration.


There are 2 Types of Injections

  • Subcutaneous (SC) Injection
    • An SC injection is a means of administering medication just beneath the skin layer.
    • Common reasons for SC Injections
      • If the medication requires longer-lasting action, as the medication is absorbed more slowly by SC compared to being injected into a vein
      • If the volume of medication administered is small
      • If the medication needs to be administered quickly (such as in a case of using an anti-allergy jab to treat allergic reactions)
      • If the medication cannot be administered orally
    • Common sites for SC Injections
      • Abdomen
      • Arm
      • Thigh
      • Buttocks
      • Hip
  • Intramuscular (IM) Injection
    • An IM injection is a means of administering medication into the muscle tissue. The muscle tissue has a greater supply of blood, and this is useful for a number of reasons.
    • Common reasons for IM Injections
      • If the medication requires faster absorption
      • If a larger volume of medication is to be administered
    • Common sites for IM Injections
      • Arm
      • Thigh
      • Hip
      • Buttocks


Our experienced, certified, and trained nurses will be deployed in the shortest time possible to provide IV Therapy at home with the utmost care and professionalism.

How can we help you?

  • Nursing Support
    – Locally licensed, experienced nurses who are competent in providing injections at home
  • Medical Doctor
    – Consultation via house call visit or tele-medicine to prescribe the medications or to review the prescription (if needed)
    – Dispensing of the necessary medications
  • Caregiver Training
    – How to self-administer (if applicable)
    – Escalation plans
  • Care Coordination
    – Regular updates to physician in charge if required
    – Call support whenever needed

Please contact us at 6717 3737 or register online so that we can assist you.

Why do nursing procedures at home?

Save on hospital visits

Avoid long waits and reduce the risk of infections in the hospital

Comfort and privacy

Nursing procedures can be done in the comfort of your home with the same level of professionalism as in the hospital

Faster response time

We are able to get a nurse to you in as quickly as 2 hours (urgent charges may apply)

Lower overall cost

No hefty ambulance and A&E fees

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For our public holiday rates, you can message us through our clinical WhatsApp line at +65 8498 4598.

Alternatively, you can call our clinical hotline at +65 6717 3737.

Please note that we do not accept WhatsApp calls.


*GST is not included.

**There will also be additional charges for the following:

  1. Urgent requests which require services within a 2-hour time frame.
  2. Consumables used during the procedure.
  3. Procedures which go beyond 1.5 hours.
  4. Procedures which are conducted between 10pm and 8am.


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