Subsidies for Sub-Acute & Rehabilitative Care at Community Hospitals

The Ministry of Health provides subsidies for inpatient sub-acute and rehabilitative care at government-funded community hospitals to ensure that patients have access to more affordable care.

30 Aug 2022

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Changes to Inpatient Sub-Acute and Rehabilitative Care Subsidy Framework (with effect from 1 Nov 2022)

From 1 November 2022, subsidies for inpatient sub-acute and rehabilitative care at government-funded community hospitals will be enhanced.

Revised Inpatient Sub-Acute and Rehabilitative Care Subsidy Levels

Monthly Per Capita Household Income (PCHI)1

SCs

PRs

No PCHI

Annual Value2 ≤ $13,000: 80%

Annual Value > $13,000: 30%

Annual Value ≤ $13,000: 50%

Annual Value > $13,000: 15%

$0 < PCHI ≤ $1,200

80%

50%

$1,200 < PCHI ≤ $2,000

70%

40%

$2,000 < PCHI ≤ $2,200

60%

30%

$2,200 < PCHI ≤ $2,800

50%

25%

$2,800 < PCHI ≤ $3,300

40%

20%

PCHI > $3,300

30%

15%


1 Monthly PCHI is computed as the total gross household monthly income divided by the total number of family members living together in the household. Gross monthly household income includes basic employment income, trade/self-employed income, overtime pay, allowances, cash awards, commissions, and bonuses.

2Annual Value is the estimated gross annual rent of a property if it were to be rented out, excluding furnishings and maintenance fees. It is determined by IRAS, and may be checked via mytax.iras.gov.sg.

Subsidy Framework for Inpatient Sub-Acute and Rehabilitative Care

The current subsidy framework for sub-acute and rehabilitative care is as shown below.


Current Inpatient Sub-Acute and Rehabilitative Care Subsidy Levels (effective until 31 Oct 2022)

Per Capita Household Monthly Income (PCHI)1

SCs

PRs

No PCHI

Annual Value2 ≤ $13,000: 75%

Annual Value > $13,000: 20%

Annual Value ≤ $13,000: 50%

Annual Value > $13,000 : 15%

$0 < PCHI ≤ $800

75%

50%

$800 < PCHI ≤ $1,200

60%

40%

$1,200 < PCHI ≤ $2,000

50%

30%

$2,000 < PCHI ≤ $2,800

45%

25%

$2,800 < PCHI ≤ $3,300

40%

20%

PCHI > $3,300

20%

10%

 

1Monthly PCHI is computed as the total gross household monthly income divided by the total number of family members living together in the household. Gross monthly household income includes basic employment income, trade/self-employed income, overtime pay, allowances, cash awards, commissions, and bonuses.

 

2Annual Value is the estimated gross annual rent of a property if it were to be rented out, excluding furnishings and maintenance fees. It is determined by IRAS, and may be checked via mytax.iras.gov.sg.