Expat Medical Insurance


Quality healthcare can get costly in Singapore, so acquiring medical insurance is a must. The Singapore Ministry of Health statistics show the cost of treatment in private hospitals averages $1,800 – $3,700 per day, with the average bill for surgeries reaching $28,000. Pregnancy and birth can cost anywhere from $6,000 - $30,000.

Most health care insurance plans in Singapore starts with a basic medical package. Upon getting a basic medical insurance plan, you can then incorporate additions from there. You may wish to add on dental, or maternity to top up your existing medical insurance plan provided by your employer.

Add-ons To Your Medical Insurance Plan

Here the options that we can help you out with here at Expat Insurance:

mother and childMaternity Insurance

Medical care for expectant mothers can be costly here in Singapore. As an expat living in Singapore, it is vital that you have adequate cover for maternity in your expat medical insurance plan to protect you and your newborn from the very start.

male doctor with stethoscope on grey backgroundGP and Specialist

Having ongoing GP and specialist care is part of any well-rounded healthcare plan. Talk to our experts today and they will advise you on the best course of action to take to make sure that your medical needs are being well taken care of while you are living here in Singapore.

surgeon standing in front of a colleague in a surgical roomHospital and Surgical Care

Being one of the most expensive countries in the world to receive health care, good hospital and surgical cover as part of your medical insurance in Singapore is a must. Leave your details and enquiries with us and we will be happy to get in touch to discuss the best expat medical insurance policies available for you and your family.

happy young man is brushing his teethDental Insurance

Dental insurance is expensive globally and Singapore is no exception. There are a number of ways that a robust dental plan can be included into your expat medical insurance policy. Our team here is available to discuss how we can help you tailor a plan that best suits your dental care needs in Singapore.

woman with pink umbrellaTop Up Insurance

It is likely that your employer has provided you with an employee medical insurance however it is unlikely that it provides a comprehensive coverage. Get in touch with our team to set up an extensive expat medical insurance plan that will provide you and your family with full coverage.


Our team of health insurance experts have seen it all and they would love to hear from you. Call us today on +65 6439 9201 or leave us a message below and we will get back to you as quickly as we can!