Healthier SG is a national initiative by the Ministry of Health (MOH) that promotes accessible and affordable preventive care, empowering Singaporeans to live longer, healthier lives.
All Parkway Shenton clinics are registered Healthier SG clinics. Start your Healthier SG journey with us today.
You can sign up for Healthier SG if you’re a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
If you are:
You will receive an SMS inviting you to enrol with a Healthier SG clinic or polyclinic using the HealthHub app. Enrolment will start for seniors aged 60 years and above, before gradually opening up to those aged 40 – 59 years.
For a step-by-step guide on how to enrol with Parkway Shenton on the HealthHub app, please see the FAQs below.
We will be reaching out to enrol you in the Healthier SG programme. Healthier SG benefits for pre-enrolled patients will begin from 5 July 2023.
By enrolling in the Healthier SG programme, you can enjoy subsidies for health screenings, vaccinations and medical treatment at our Parkway Shenton clinics.
Healthier SG includes:
If you are a CHAS cardholder, you can opt for Healthier SG tier and enjoy higher subsidies for selected chronic medications at similar rates to polyclinics (from early 2024 onwards). You can also use MediSave to pay for the full cost of treatment without the need for cash co-payment (from early 2024).
Before your first appointment:
After your appointment:
A Healthier SG starts with a healthier you. By enrolling with Parkway Shenton for Healthier SG, you can enjoy these benefits:
As we age, our likelihood of experiencing health problems increases. Healthier SG focuses on preventive care, so you can take early steps to manage your health and prevent serious or chronic illnesses.
With Healthier SG, you can:
National enrolment for Singapore residents aged 60 years and above starts on 5 July 2023. You will receive an SMS from the Ministry of Health (MOH) to enrol using the HealthHub app at a Healthier SG clinic or polyclinic. The enrolment process will initially focus on seniors aged 60 years and above and will gradually expand to include individuals aged 40 to 59 years.
For individuals who are our regular patients with chronic illnesses and are aged 40 years and above, pre-enrolment has already been underway since 1 May 2023.
For eligible residents who have yet to receive the SMS from MOH, you may contact us at our Healthier SG helpline at +65 6233 9620 for assistance with enrolment.
You may contact us at our Healthier SG helpline at +65 6233 9620 for assistance with enrolment if you belong to any of the categories below:
Only eligible patients with chronic conditions can register during the pre-enrolment period.
Regular patients within the eligible age groups will be progressively invited to enrol for Healthier SG via SMS from the MOH from July 2023.
A well resident above the age of 65 years old who has yet to receive the SMS invitation should wait for the SMS invitation from MOH.
The Ministry of Health’s Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP) covers the following 23 chronic diseases:
Yes, with the consent of your family members, you can be given access to help them enrol for Healthier SG. You may also view their health plans on the HealthHub app.
If you require assistance with enrolment, please contact our Healthier SG helpline at +65 6233 9620.
To enrol for Healthier SG:
If you wish to reschedule your appointment:
Yes, you can change your healthcare provider via HealthHub (from July 2023), or call MOH at +65 6325 9220.
To change your preferred Healthier SGclinic via HealthHub, click on the “3 dots” located at the top right corner of the section in the Heathier SG ‘Enrolled Clinic’ tab.
If you have not gone for the first Health Plan consultation, there is no limit to the number of times you can change your primary care provider via HealthHub.
Once you have completed your first Health Plan visit, you may change your healthcare provider up to 4 times, till end 2024. Thereafter, you are allowed to change only once per calendar year.
Yes, you may withdraw consent from Healthier SG at any time by calling the MOH call centre at +65 6325 9220. By doing so, you will be excluded from the Healthier SG enrolment exercise and will no longer be entitled to Healthier SG benefits.