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Becoming pregnant and welcoming a new child into the world is a very special experience, which is why it’s important to understand how a Medical Insurance policy will protect you and your baby. Drop us a line today if you any queries and we would be happy to help answer any questions that you may have before you start this exciting adventure as a family here in Singapore.

At Expat Insurance we speak to many couples looking to start or expand their families every day, and many aren’t aware that Maternity Insurance cannot be purchased as a standalone plan in Singapore. If you haven’t spoken to us yet, call us and have a chat to one of our experts. Maternity Insurance must be purchased as an addition to your medical insurance policy, financially protecting you from the high costs of maternity in Singapore. Many Maternity Insurance policies will also ensure that your baby is covered from day 1 (as opposed to day 91), which is so important when even a short stay in the neo-natal intensive care unit can cost upwards of $30,000. Let us know if you would like to talk over any of these details and we will happily guide you through the ins and outs of pregnancy insurance in Singapore.

Unlike your home country, Singapore is among the most expensive countries globally to give birth as an expatriate, which is why medical insurance that includes maternity coverage can relieve a lot of stress during your pregnancy. Get a quote today and we can help give you an idea of which package will suit you and your growing family best. The last thing that you want to be thinking about when the time comes is the bill!

A natural birth in a private hospital in Singapore can cost up to $15,000 depending on your preferred accommodation (single room or double), while a C-section is approximately $21,000-$25,000. If complications were to occur for the mother or baby, we’ve seen costs escalate significantly. If you have any questions, talk to us and we will do our best to talk you through all of the options available to you.


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Doctor & Obygyn Visits

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Hospital stay

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Routine scans

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Treatment for Complications of Pregnancy

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Delivery Costs

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New Born Care

Pregnancy Waiting Period

It pays to think ahead seeing as most maternity insurance plans require you to fulfil a 12 – 24 months waiting period. Polices differ so you need to know what your wait period is. If you have any questions, just contact us and we will help you to clarify your maternity insurance policy.

I’m Already Pregnant

Congratulations! We always do our best to help everyone and if you don’t have maternity insurance, it does not mean that we cannot cover you. Each case is individual so if you are already pregnant, please get in touch today and we can have a chat about what your options are.

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If you’re planning on starting or extending your family we'd love to hear from you! Talk to our experts and see how much you could save on your maternity insurance. Call +65 6401 9201 or enter your details below and will contact you to help you find the right cover.

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