The Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic provides prompt, accurate, and comprehensive cardiac services for patients suffering from acute myocardial infarction, angina pectoris, pulmonary embolism, or other forms of acute chest pain. Through timely risk assessment, diagnosis, and/or emergency treatment, the Clinic aims to quickly determine the cause of pain and take advantage of the golden window of treatment to maximize chances of recovery.
- 10-minute assessment: an electrocardiogram is performed to determine the cause of chest pain
- 24/7 services: our experienced medical team is on hand 24/7 to respond to all kinds of emergency medical needs
- Acute chest pain pathway: depending on the needs of patients, various treatments may be initiated immediately to save time and improve treatment outcomes
- Diagnosis to wire crossing time (DTWC): medical staff serving as the first point of contact for patients determine whether they are suffering from myocardial infarction (heart attack) within the first 10 minutes, thereby enabling doctors to quickly and more accurately prescribe appropriate treatment, greatly reducing the risk of heart damage and complications
- Wide range of packages: prior to receiving treatment, patients are invited to choose from a diverse range of packages (with clear explanations of services and fees) according to their needs
- Interventional diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease:
- Interventional diagnosis and treatment of coronary heart disease
- Diagnosis and immediate interventional treatment of acute myocardial infarction
* The above is not an exhaustive list of services offered by the Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic. Please consult a medical professional prior to receiving any type of treatment.
Led by a multidisciplinary team of general practitioners, emergency medicine specialists, and cardiologists, the Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic provides prompt and accurate assessment, diagnosis, and treatment services, combined with life-saving emergency care, emergency surgery, and intensive care treatment to save the lives of critically ill patients.