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Haze Subsidy Scheme

The Ministry of Health has started the Haze Subsidy Scheme which is now available at all polyclinics and Public Health Preparedness Clinics (PHPC).

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Update: The Haze Subsidy Scheme is currently not being offered until further notice.
Due to the worsening haze situation in Singapore, the Ministry of Health will be activating the Haze Subsidy Scheme. It will be available at all polyclinics and Public Health Preparedness Clinics (PHPC) from 16 September 2015.

The public may identify participating clinics through the display of the PHPC logo, or the Haze Subsidy Scheme poster. 
 
​The Haze Subsidy Scheme provides children, the elderly and lower and middle-income Singaporeans with affordable treatment for haze-related conditions, which are, allergic rhinitis, asthma, bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), conjunctivitis and upper respiratory tract infections (URTI).

Under this scheme, Pioneers will pay no more than $5, and other eligible Singaporeans will pay no more than $10. MOH will subsidise the remaining costs. Public Assistance (PA) cardholders enjoy fully subsidised care.

The following groups of Singapore citizens are eligible for the scheme:

i)       All Singaporean children (aged 18 and below) and elderly (aged 65 and above);

ii)     Singaporeans who are on any of the following schemes:

a.     Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS);

b.     Public Assistance (PA);

c.     Medical Fee Exemption Card (MFEC);

d.     Medical Fee Assistance Card (MFAC); and

e.     Pioneer Generation (PG).

iii)    Singaporeans who earn a monthly income of $1,800 and below (averaged over the last six months), based on self-declaration using an official form.

Public Health Preparedness Clinics


The PHPC Scheme is part of MOH’s effort to partner primary care clinics to better care for patients during public health emergencies.  The scheme consolidates and streamlines the roles previously played by the Pandemic Preparedness Clinics (PPCs) and the Haze Clinics. PHPCs are a critical part of MOH’s national emergency preparedness efforts, to ensure access to primary care services during times of public health emergencies, for example influenza pandemics and haze.

PHPCs are required to undergo training and will also receive support from MOH during such emergencies, including required supplies such as medication and vaccines if needed.






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      <em>Update&#58; The Haze Subsidy Scheme is currently not being offered until further notice.</em>
</div><div>​</div><div>Due to the worsening haze situation in Singapore, the Ministry of Health will be activating the Haze Subsidy Scheme. It will be available at all polyclinics and Public Health Preparedness Clinics (PHPC) from 16 September 2015.</div><div>
      

   </div><div>The public may identify participating clinics through the display of the PHPC logo, or the Haze Subsidy Scheme poster. </div><div>
      <img src="/sites/assets/Assets/Events%20and%20News%20Images/Provider%20-%20MOH/hazesubsidy_listofclinics1442288918419.jpg" alt="" style="margin&#58;5px;" /> </div><div>​The Haze Subsidy Scheme provides children, the elderly and lower and middle-income Singaporeans with affordable treatment for haze-related conditions, which are, allergic rhinitis, asthma, bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), conjunctivitis and upper respiratory tract infections (URTI).</div><div>
      

   </div><div>Under this scheme, Pioneers will pay no more than $5, and other eligible Singaporeans will pay no more than $10. MOH will subsidise the remaining costs. Public Assistance (PA) cardholders enjoy fully subsidised care.</div><div>
      

   </div><div>The following groups of Singapore citizens are eligible for the scheme&#58;</div><div>
      

   </div></div><blockquote style="margin&#58;0px 0px 0px 40px;border&#58;none;padding&#58;0px;"><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>i)       All Singaporean children (aged 18 and below) and elderly (aged 65 and above);</div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>
         

      </div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>ii)     Singaporeans who are on any of the following schemes&#58;</div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>
         

      </div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>a.     Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS);</div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>
         

      </div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>b.     Public Assistance (PA);</div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>
         

      </div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>c.     Medical Fee Exemption Card (MFEC);</div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>
         

      </div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>d.     Medical Fee Assistance Card (MFAC); and</div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>
         

      </div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>e.     Pioneer Generation (PG).</div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>
         

      </div></div><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>iii)    Singaporeans who earn a monthly income of $1,800 and below (averaged over the last six months), based on self-declaration using an official form.</div></div></blockquote><div class="ExternalClass9CE0E8E37BCF46B5B4F6DB0C3CDF4CB9"><div>
      

   </div><h2>Public Health Preparedness Clinics</h2><div>
      

   </div><div>The PHPC Scheme is part of MOH’s effort to partner primary care clinics to better care for patients during public health emergencies.  The scheme consolidates and streamlines the roles previously played by the Pandemic Preparedness Clinics (PPCs) and the Haze Clinics. PHPCs are a critical part of MOH’s national emergency preparedness efforts, to ensure access to primary care services during times of public health emergencies, for example influenza pandemics and haze.</div><div>
      

   </div><div>PHPCs are required to undergo training and will also receive support from MOH during such emergencies, including required supplies such as medication and vaccines if needed.</div><div>
      

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