Medisave is a national medical savings scheme which helps individuals put aside part of their income into their Medisave Accounts to meet their future personal or immediate family's hospitalization, day surgery and certain outpatient expenses.

Medisave Uses and Withdrawal Limits

For a full listing of the Medisave uses and their corresponding withdrawal limits, please click here.

Health Screening

Health screening enables you to find out if you have a particular disease or condition even if you do not have any symptoms and/or signs of disease.  

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Chronic Diseases

Chronic diseases are a significant cause of illness and death in Singapore. Find out more on how you can use Medisave to help pay part of the outpatient cost.

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Marriage & Parenthood

With the Medisave Maternity Package (MMP), parents can use their Medisave for delivery expenses and pre-delivery medical expenses such as consultations and ultrasound.  

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Contributing to Medisave

Under the scheme, every employee contributes 8% - 10.5% (depending on age group) of his monthly salary to a personal Medisave account. The savings can be withdrawn to pay the hospital bills of the account holder and his immediate family members. Find out exactly how you are contributing to Medisave here.

For The Self-Employed

Self-employed persons who earn more than $6,000 a year in net trade income are required to contribute to Medisave. Contributions to Medisave are based on the previous year's net trade income.

The amount of Medisave self-employed persons are calculated based on net trade income and the person’s age. Details of Medisave contribution for the self-employed can be found on the CPF Board's website.

Medical Claims Authorisation Forms

From 30 June 2015, use the Medical Claims Authorisation Forms (MCAF) to make withdrawals from your Medisave account, claims from MediShield Life and/or your Integrated Shield Plans (IP) for your medical expenses. Find out more on the forms here.


Frequently Asked Questions

Have more questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions on Medisave.

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