Screen for Life (SFL)

Screen for Life (SFL) health screening with Raffles Medical

Raffles Medical CHAS clinics are participating providers in the Screen for Life Programme by the Health Promotion Board. Under this programme, eligible Singaporeans are encouraged to go for regular health screenings and the necessary follow-up at subsidised rates.

Singapore Permanent Residents can enjoy HPB’s screening test rates for the recommended screenings.

Recommended screenings differ for different age groups.

Contact Raffles Medical Clinics

Make an enquiry if you require more information.

Our staff will get back to you within 2 working days.

Charges

For Singapore Citizens

Pay $0

Pay $2

Pay $2

Pay $5

Pay $5

Charges dependent on screening test


For Singapore Permanent Residents

Prevailing doctor consultation rates will be charged accordingly.

Colorectal Cancer ScreenCardiovascular Risk ScreenCervical Cancer Screen
$34.24Fasting Blood Glucose + Fasting Lipid: $12.84

HbA1C​ / Non-fasting Lipid: $21.40
Pap Smear Test: $19.26

HPV Test: $78.11

Prices listed are inclusive of GST. Applicable at Raffles Medical clinics in Singapore. Prior appointment is required. Terms and conditions apply.

Recommended screenings for your age group

Female
25 years and above
40 years and above50 years and above
Screen for
Cervical Cancer
Screen for
Cardiovascular Risk Conditions
Obesity, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, High Blood Cholestrol
Screen for
Colorectal Cancer
[FIT Kit]

Age 25 & Above (Females)

Cervical Cancer

  • Cervical cancer is highly curable when detected and treated early.
  • A pap smear can test for abnormal cells in the cervix.

How often?

  • For ladies aged 25 to 29, you are recommended to get a pap smear done once every three years.
  • For ladies aged 30 and above, you are recommended to get a HPV test done.

Age 40 & Above

Cardiovascular Risk (Chronic diseases)

Screening for chronic diseases enables detection of medical conditions and proper management of your health. Tests include:

  • Body Mass Index
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High Blood Cholesterol
  • Diabetes

Fasting is required 8 hours prior.

How often?

You are recommended to have a screening every three years.

You need not screen again if you have already been diagnosed for any of the conditions above.

Age 50 & Above

Colorectal Cancer

The Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) is a test that checks for traces of blood in your stools, and the sample can be collected at home.

How often?

For those aged 50 and above with no symptoms of family history of colorectal cancer, a yearly check is recommended.

You need not screen again if you have already been diagnosed colon cancer.

For more information, please visit the Health Hub website.

Females aged 25 - 26

HPV Vaccination

The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is spread via intimate skin to skin contact. A chronic or repeated HPV infections can lead to cervical cancer. The HPV vaccination and regular pap smear can reduce your chances of getting cervical cancer.

For females aged 9 to 26 years old, approved HPV vaccinations are MediSave claimable, up to $400 per year per MediSave account.

Females aged 40 – 49

Breast Cancer Screen

Breast cancer ranks as the top cancer among women in Singapore from 2011-2015. 1 A mammogram can detect the disease in its early stages.

How often?

It is recommended that females between the age of 40 to 49 years old should consider an annual screening (mammogram)

Available at Raffles Hospital and selected Raffles Medical clinics.

Males and Females, aged 40 and above

Add-on Blood Profile Screen

Get an overview of your health with these additional blood tests.

  • Creatinine (Kidney function)
  • Urea (Kidney function)
  • Uric Acid (Gout)
  • Haemoglobin Level (Anaemia)
  • Hepatitis B
  • AST (Liver function)
  • ALT (Liver function)

Add-on Screen: $38 nett (excludes doctor’s consultation)

Available at Raffles Medical clinics.

Males and Females, aged 50 and above

Colorectal Cancer Screen

Colorectal cancer (cancer of colon and rectum) is the leading cancer affecting both men and women in Singapore.2 Symptoms include changes in bowel movements and blood in stools. In its early stages, people with colorectal cancer might not present symptoms.

A colonoscopy is a screening for colorectal cancer, where a flexible tube is used to check the lining of the large intestine. In addition to screening, it can also be used to take biopsies.

How often?

It is recommended that those aged 50 and above to do a colonoscopy once every ten years.

Available at Raffles Hospital.

Males, aged 50 and above

Prostate Cancer Screen

Prostate cancer ranks 3rd among men in Singapore from 2011-2014.3 Risk factors include age (especially after 50 years old) and family history.

Screening for prostate cancer involves a Prostatic Specific Antigen (PSA) test. Speak with our doctor to find out more.

Available at Raffles Medical clinics.

1,3 Singapore Cancer Registry Annual Registry Report 2015
2 Singapore Cancer Society

Terms and Conditions

  • Price listed is inclusive of GST. Recommended Add-on screens and vaccination are self-payable. Please check with the clinic for details and prices. Items in the packages are non-exchangeable and non-refundable, including unutilised portion. Listed terms are subject to changes without prior notice. Terms and conditions apply.

Frequently asked questions

No application is required. Eligible Singaporeans will receive a letter of invitation from the Health Promotion Board (HPB).

Please refer to the screenings indicated on your letter of invitation.

You can go to any Raffles Medical CHAS clinic, or CHAS GP clinic.

Yes.

You may make an appointment online at our website or call 6311 2222 to make an appointment for Raffles Medical Clinics.

Alternatively, you may call the clinic you wish to visit directly.

Please bring along your NRIC, PG / CHAS Card (if applicable) and the Screen for Life letter of invitation from the Health Promotion Board.

For Singapore Citizens


For Singapore Permanent Residents

Colorectal Cancer ScreenCardiovascular Risk ScreenCervical Cancer Screen
$34.24$10.70$13.38

For Singapore Permanent Residents, prevailing doctor consultation rates will be charged accordingly.

For Singapore Citizens, the fee covers

  • Costs of screening visit
  • Follow-up consultation (if required)

Prices listed are inclusive of GST. Applicable at Raffles Medical clinics in Singapore. Prior appointment is required. Terms and conditions apply.

Terms and Conditions

  • Prices listed are inclusive of GST. Applicable at Raffles Medical clinics in Singapore. Prior appointment is required. Please present your letter of invitation from HPB upon registration at the clinic.
  • Health Assist Cards will continue to be valid until the expiry date stated on the card.