If you are a
Singaporean or Permanent Resident (PR), you can use Payments.
You can pay your outstanding hospitalisation, outpatient and pharmacy bills incurred at the following institutions:
Yes, you can download and view your detailed outstanding invoice.
Our system will finalise your invoice for your visit at the end of the day. At 8pm, you will receive a SMS notification that your bill is ready for payment. You can then log in to Health Buddy to mobile pay your bill. You will only be able to view outstanding bills.
There is no administrative or transaction fee incurred when paying through Mobile Pay.
Payments accepts Visa/MasterCard credit and debit cards, as well as eNETS direct debit.
eNETS direct debit payment mode will only be available if all the bills in the transaction are from the same institution.
Yes, you will be able to access the eServices on the app and website from overseas.
To make payment on behalf of someone, you can do so in two ways:
All bills should be paid in Singapore dollars.
The minimum payment is SGD $1 for every institution per transaction.
As payment is made using your credit or debit card, the payment limit is determined by your available credit or debit spending limit accorded by the issuing bank.
Yes, you can make partial payment. Simply tap on the 'edit' icon next to the bill amount and key in the amount that you wish to pay.
After the payment is made successfully, payment is processed immediately and the bill will no longer be shown on the outstanding bill listing screen when you refresh the screen. However, if you still see your bill on the screen after payment, please allow up to 3 working days for system to update. Please do not make payment again.
After you have successfully made payment, an "Official Receipt" email will be sent to you as acknowledgement.
An online PDF copy of the original detailed invoice will be attached with the email.
You may use this PDF copy for your claims, together with the official receipt.
If your card is declined, you may try entering your payment information again or try using another card. If your card is declined after several attempts, please check with the issuing bank.
Payment made will be grouped by institution. If you have made payment to multiple institutions within one single transaction, you should see the sum of payment made to each institution.
You may contact our call centres for clarification should you over pay.
The system uses industry standard e-commerce security solutions to ensure that your details are carefully protected for all transactions.
No, for security purposes, we do not keep your credit card information.
If you have any specific query on Payment / billing matters, please call the following helplines during office hours: Alternatively, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adobe Reader software is required to view the bill details PDF document. If you do not have an Adobe Reader, you can go to http://get.adobe.com/reader/otherversions/ to download the latest version suitable for your computer.
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SingHealth does not issue email receipt if you pay via https://internet-banking.dbs.com.sg. You can save/print the bank’s "Payment successful page" and check with your insurer/company if it is valid for claim.
Similarly, SingHealth does not issue email receipt if you pay via AXS machines. Please check with your insurer/company if AXS carbon receipt print-out is valid for claim.
After we enhanced our systems, patients can now select bills from multiple institutions within the same SingHealth cluster and make a single eNets Credit/Debit payment. As a result, "Singapore Health Services" will be reflected in the payer's bank statement instead of the institution(s) name.
For example, if you use Payments e-service to make payment to "Singapore General Hospital" and "Sengkang General Hospital" via eNets Credit/Debit payment, your bank statement will show "Singapore Health Services" and not "Singapore General Hospital" or "Sengkang General Hospital".
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