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Screen for Life - National Health Screening Programme

The subsidised health screening programme for Singapore Citizens. The best time to go for screening is when you still feel fine.

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ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR SUBSIDISED SCREENING?

Find out which screening test(s) are recommended for you and the subsidised rates by logging in with your Singpass. Your eligibility depends on your age, gender, pre-existing conditions and your last health screening date.

CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY NOW ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR SUBSIDISED SCREENING?

ONLY $5 OR LESS* FOR HEALTH SCREENING

Pioneer Generation (PG)

$0

Merdeka Generation (MG)

$2

Community Health
Assist Scheme (CHAS)
Blue or Orange Card

$2

Eligible Singapore
Citizens / Community
Health Assist Scheme
(CHAS) Green Card

$5

For Permanent Residents, please check in with your CHAS GP clinic on the screening test rates offered under Screen for Life programme. The prevailing doctor consultation will be charged accordingly by the respective CHAS GP clinics.

*Breast cancer screening services under Screen for Life are offered at selected polyclinics at these rates: $25 for Pioneer Generation, $37.50 for Merdeka Generation, $50 for Singapore Citizens and $75 for Permanent Residents.

GO FOR HEALTH SCREENING IN 3 SIMPLE STEPS

STEP 1
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STEP 1

Find out which screening tests you are due for by logging in with your Singpass here.

STEP 2
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STEP 2

Locate your nearest CHAS GP Clinics and make an appointment with your preferred clinic.

Breast Cancer screening services under Screen for Life are only available at selected polyclinics. Find out more here.

STEP 3

STEP 3

Bring along your NRIC and/or CHAS/MG/PG Card (if applicable) on the day of your health screening to receive the subsidised rate.

You are strongly recommended to call ahead of your appointment to check with your preferred CHAS GP clinic for any other instructions.

If your screening results are normal, you may continue to go for health screening within the recommended frequency. If you have been diagnosed with chronic condition(s), please continue to follow up with your doctor to ensure your condition is monitored regularly.

Have more questions?

Find out more via our FAQs Page

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