Hospital Bill Sizes 

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This section provides details on the size of hospital bills according to conditions / procedures and ward class. Some of the conditions/ procedures featured include those for which patient treatment is more complex as they may have developed complications during the admission (complications) and/or had other co-existing medical conditions (comorbidities).

The figures quoted are based on actual bill size data submitted by the hospitals. The bill sizes for public hospitals are complete and include all charges including doctors' professional fees.

The data for private hospitals, however, may not be complete as not all doctors' professional fees may be fully accounted.

To ensure that there are adequate cases for meaningful comparisons, bill sizes for conditions/ procedures with less than 30 cases for that particular ward class within each hospital will not be shown. Should you wish to find out more, please check with the hospitals directly.

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Anaemia

Admission for investigation (e.g. endoscopy, biopsy etc) and treatment of anaemia (low haemoglobin)  More»

Antenatal care (Admission)

Admission for antenatal care (mother admitted for problems occurring during pregnancy)  More»

Appendix surgery (Appendicectomy)

Surgery for patients with appendicitis; no serious complications  More»

Asthma

Admission for asthma; uncomplicated  More»

Asthma with complications

Admission for asthma, with complications and/ or comorbidities  More»

Back problems (Medical)

Admission for medical back problems; uncomplicated  More»

Back problems (Medical) with complications

Admission for medical back problems with complications  More»

Breast lump removal/biopsy

Surgery to remove breast lump (lumpectomy)  More»

Bronchiolitis

Admission for bronchiolitis, a respiratory condition that most commonly affects babies; uncomplicated  More»

Carpal tunnel release surgery

Hand surgery to relieve the compression on the (median) nerve for patients with carpal tunnel syndrome  More»

Cataract Surgery

Admission for surgical treatment of cataract  More»

Chest pain

Admission for chest pain (excluding admission for angina or heart attack)  More»

Chronic obstructive airways disease

Admission for chronic obstructive airways disease; no serious complications  More»

Circumcision

Circumcision (children and adults)  More»

Colonoscopy (Day Surgery)

Endoscope (flexible viewing tube) to inspect the colon and rectum; uncomplicated case  More»

Colonoscopy for follow-up after previous surgery (Day surgery)

Follow-up investigative colonoscopy after previous surgery  More»

Delivery (Caesarean section)

Admission for delivery by Caesarean section; no serious complications  More»

Delivery (Normal)

Admission for normal (vaginal) delivery  More»

Dengue and other viral illnesses

Admission for viral illnesses like Dengue  More»

Diabetes

Admission for diabetes; uncomplicated  More»

Diabetes with complications

Admission for diabetes with complications  More»

Dizziness and giddiness (Vestibular neuritis, vertigo)

Admission for investigation of dizziness and giddiness  More»

Epilepsy

Admission for epilepsy/ seizure; no serious complications  More»

Epistaxis (nose bleed)

Admission for investigation and treatment of nosebleed  More»

Eye (Laser treatment for retinal disorders)

Laser treatment for retinal disorders including diabetic retinal disorders  More»

Fainting and collapse

Admission for investigation of fainting (syncope) and collapse (for causes such as hyper/hypo-tension); no serious complications  More»

Gallbladder removal surgery (Laparoscopic)

Keyhole surgery to remove the gallbladder, and without common bile duct exploration (excludes laparoscopic cases that converted to 'open' cases mid-surgery); no serious complications  More»

Gastroenteritis (Diarrhoea)

Admission for gastroenteritis (diarrhoea); uncomplicated  More»

Gastroenteritis (Diarrhoea) with complications

Admission for gastroenteritis (diarrhoea) with serious complications  More»

Gastroscopy (Day Surgery)

Endoscope (flexible viewing tube) to inspect stomach; uncomplicated case  More»

Gastroscopy (overnight stay)

Endoscope (flexible viewing tube) to inspect stomach; no serious complications  More»

Gastroscopy together with lower GI scope (Day Surgery)

Gastroscopy done along with colonoscopy; or gastroscopy alone done to control upper GI bleeding  More»

Glaucoma surgery (Single eye, Day Surgery)

Surgery to treat glaucoma (a condition that raises the pressure in the eye)  More»

Haemorrhoid surgery (Haemorrhoidectomy)

Surgery to remove haemorrhoids (piles)  More»

Hand, wrist or finger surgery

Surgery to hand, wrist or fingers  More»

Head injury (Minor)

Admission for minor head injury, without coma, without any internal head injury  More»

Headache / Migraine

Admission for investigation and treatment of headache/migraine  More»

Heart angiography (Coronary angiography) - overnight stay

Admission for heart angiography procedure (with no occurrence of Heart Attack in this admission); no serious complications  More»

Heart angiography (Coronary angiography) - same day

Heart angiography procedure (with no occurrence of Heart Attack in this admission)  More»

Heart angioplasty (Coronary angioplasty)

Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA); procedure to enlarge a narrowing in a heart vessel with a stent; no serious complications  More»

Heart attack

Admission for heart attack where no coronary angiography is performed; no serious complications  More»

Heart attack with angioplasty (PTCA)

Admission for Heart Attack with Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty PTCA (stenting) performed; no serious complications  More»

Heart attack with heart angiography (Coronary angiography)

Admission for heart attack with heart angiography performed; uncomplicated  More»

Heart failure

Admission for heart failure (when the heart cannot pump blood around the body quickly enough); no serious complications  More»

Heart failure with complications

Admission for heart failure (when the heart cannot pump blood around the body quickly enough) with serious complications  More»

Heart surgery (Coronary artery bypass graft) with angiography

Admission for open heart surgery (Coronary artery bypass graft CABG) with angiography; without major complications  More»

Heart surgery (Coronary artery bypass graft) without angiography

Admission for open heart surgery (Coronary artery bypass graft CABG) without angiography; without serious complications  More»

Hernia repair

Surgery to repair weakness in the abdominal wall and groin area; uncomplicated  More»

Hip replacement surgery

Surgery to replace hip joint with implant; no serious complications  More»

Hysterectomy (surgical removal of the womb) for non-malignant (benign) conditions

Hysterectomy (surgical removal of the womb) for non-malignant (benign) conditions; no serious complications  More»

Kidney & Urinary Tract Conditions (Cystoscopy) - Day Surgery

Endoscope (flexible viewing tube) to inspect urethra, ureter and bladder  More»

Kidney & Urinary Tract Infections

Admission for treatment of kidney & urinary tract infections  More»

Kidney & Urinary Tract Infections with serious complications

Admission for kidney and urinary tract infections, with serious complications and/or comorbidities  More»

Kidney failure

Admission for kidney failure, uncomplicated case  More»

Knee arthroscopic surgery

Arthroscopic procedures on the knee for repair or reconstruction of structures like meniscus, knee ligaments etc  More»

Knee replacement surgery

Surgery to replace knee joint with implant; no serious complications  More»

Lumps and bumps removal (Sebaceous cysts, lipoma)

Removal of benign skin tumours such as sebaceous cyst and lipoma  More»

Lung cancer

Admission for lung cancer; uncomplicated (excludes surgical treatment)  More»

Lung cancer with complications

Admission for lung cancer; with complications and/or comorbidities (excludes surgical treatment)  More»

Menstrual disorders (Diagnostic procedures)

Diagnostic procedures (dilatation and curettage and/or diagnostic hysteroscopy) for menstrual disorders  More»

Myopia (LASIK, both eyes)

Surgery for myopia (short sightedness) using the LASIK technique  More»

Myopia (LASIK, single eye)

Surgery for myopia (short sightedness) using the LASIK technique  More»

Newborn baby (Admission for observation)

Admission of newborn for further observation / care after birth; uncomplicated case  More»

Newborn baby (Normal) with phototherapy

Admission of newborn (weight >2499g) for treatment of neonatal jaundice with phototherapy  More»

Ovary, uterus and related tissues (Surgery to remove non-malignant (benign) lesions)

Surgical removal of benign lesions from ovary, uterus and neighbouring tissues like uterine polyps and ovarian cysts  More»

Pneumonia

Admission for pneumonia (lung infection); uncomplicated  More»

Pneumonia with complications

Admission for pneumonia (lung infection), with complications and/or comorbidities  More»

Pneumonia with serious complications

Admission for pneumonia (lung infection), with serious complications and/or comorbidities  More»

Prostate (Enlarged, medical treatment)

Admission for medical treatment of prostate enlargement  More»

Prostate operation (TURP)

Surgery for enlarged prostate (TURP); no serious complications  More»

Skin Infection (Cellulitis)

Admission for skin infection; uncomplicated  More»

Skin infection (Cellulitis) with serious complications

Admission for skin infection; with serious complications and/or comorbidities  More»

Sleep apnoea

Admission for treatment of disorder that causes interruption of breathing during sleep  More»

Stroke

Admission for stroke; no serious complications  More»

Stroke with complications

Admission for stroke, with complications and/ or comorbidities  More»

Stroke with serious complications

Admission for stroke, with serious complications and/ or comorbidities  More»

Thyroid gland or pituitary gland disorders (Medical)

Admission for disorders (benign or malignant) of thyroid gland or pituitary gland  More»

Tonsillectomy and / or Adenoidectomy

Surgery to remove tonsils and/or adenoids  More»

Upper respiratory tract infections (URTI)

Infections of upper respiratory tract, including Middle Ear Infections and Allergic Rhinitis  More»

Urinary stones with lithotripsy

Admission for treatment of kidney stones by use of a lithotriptor (stone crushing machine)  More»

Urinary stones without lithotripsy

Admission for treatment of kidney stones, without using a lithotriptor (stone crushing machine)  More»