You may now pay your medical bills using the following modes:
Our online payment service provides you with greater flexibility and convenience in paying your medical bills using VISA or MasterCard credit card.
To pay online, you will need to have a valid VISA or MasterCard Credit Card.
Click here to pay online.
Pay your bills easily with DBS Internet Banking, Mobile Banking or PayLah!
- Click here to log into DBS iBanking or Digibank
- Click here for more information on using the DBS PayLah! app
- Click here to download the DBS digibank and DBS PayLah! apps
Payment of medical bills and submission of Medical Claims Authorisation Forms and documents can be made over the counter at:
||Level 1, Women's Tower
||Monday to Friday, 7.00am to 6.00pm
(excluding public holidays)
||Level 4, Children's Tower
||Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm
Saturday, 8.30am to 1.00pm
Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays
Payments can be made through Self-Service Automated Machines (SAMs) and at all post offices located nationwide.
- SAMs: NETS only
- Post Offices: Cash, Cash Card, Credit Card and NETS
At KK Women's and Children's Hospital, the SAM is located near the entrance to the food court, Level 1.
Please click here for the locations of SAMs and post offices.
Payments can also be made using the AXS stations located nationwide.
At KK Women's and Children's Hospital, the AXS station is located near the entrance to the food court, Level 1.
Please click here for the locations of AXS stations.
Cheque or Bank Draft (in Singapore Dollars and drawn on banks operating in Singapore only) should be crossed and made payable to "KK Women's and Children's Hospital Pte Ltd" or "KKH Pte Ltd". Please indicate the patient's name, NRIC, case number and contact number on the reverse side of the cheque.
c/o SingHealth Services Pte Ltd
Bukit Merah Central Post Office
PO Box 540
Understanding your Bill
We try to make your Hospital Bill easy to understand. Here are some examples and what some of the terms mean.
What the terms mean
||Refers to charges for stays in the Wards.
|Daily Treatment Fee
||Comprises the doctor's fees.
|Immediate Post Operative Care
||These are charges that are incurred while the patient is in the recovery bay area after a surgical procedure. During this time, the patient is closely monitored by the anaesthetist and nurses.
||Services requiring laboratory work such as full blood count etc.
||Refers to services relating to diagnostic imaging eg ultrasound, CT scan etc.
||Refers to specialised services such as blood typing and screening.
||Comprises supplies and staff involved in a procedure.
||Refers to medical supplies provided and used in the ward, operating theatre etc eg sterile gloves, syringe.
||These are consumables used for a surgical procedure.
||Refers to services that help to aid recovery eg physiotherapy, occupational therapy.
||Prescribed medications, drugs and injections.
||Other services such as HIV screening.
|Miscellaneous Non-Treatment related
||Refers to items such as rental of foldable bed, visitor's meals and ambulance charges.
||Charges for the use of facilities such as the operating theatre .
||Fees applicable to the surgeon.
||Fees applicable to the anaesthetist.
||+65 6377 7525/ 7523 / 7521
||+65 6394 2079
|Hospital Bill Enquiries
||+65 6355 2557
Monday to Friday (excluding Public Holidays), 8.30am to 5.30pm
Alternatively, you may email to email@example.com or submit an online form.