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Hopi1212
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Post by Hopi1212 » Mon, 22 Mar 2010 12:03 pm

My wife and I have recently moved to Singapore. My wife is on an EP and my son and I are on Dependants Passes. Are we entitled to any form of access to subsidised health care. I have been told that children may be entitled.

If not does anyone have any good tips on private health care.

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Post by Sasuka » Mon, 22 Mar 2010 12:21 pm

You can visit the govt polyclinics around singapore. They offer subsidised rates to the general public for normal consultations. Otherwise, visitin the local GPs arent too expensive either. For a normal bout of flu, it'll cost you about 20-30 SGD for consultation and medicine.

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