All patients of NUCOHS are registered as private patients. Only patients who are referred by polyclinics and CHAS clinics are eligible for government subsidies when they receive treatments at NUCOHS.
Payment can be made to NUCOHS via:
- Credit cards
- Mobile wallet via QR code
- Cheque (to be made payable to "National University Centre for Oral Health, Singapore")
Alternatively, you may use any of the following methods to pay your bills:
7-Eleven Stores / Singapore Post Office Branches
Payment can be made via cash or NETS over the counter at any 7-Eleven Stores or Singapore Post Office branches located island wide.
AXS Stations / SAM (Self-Service Automated Machine) / iNETS Kiosks:
- AXS Stations – via NETS, Diners, Citibank VISA and Master cards
- Self-Service Automated Machine (SAM) – via NETS
- iNETS Kiosks – via NETS, cashcard and flashpay cards
ZOOM Payment Plan (For Outpatient Bills Only)
ZOOM is a fast and convenient way for you to pay outpatient services bills provided by NUH. You will be charged automatically through your pre-authorised Credit Card, without having to pay at any cashier counter or using any of the above payment methods.
Please approach any of our service associates for the application form. You may complete and submit it to our staff on the spot. For more information on the ZOOM payment plan, please click here and refer to the
Zoom Terms and Conditions.
Medisave is a national medical saving scheme which helps individuals set aside part of their income into the Medisave account to meet future personal or immediate family hospitalisation, and day surgery. Do note that non-surgical outpatient dental treatment procedures are currently not covered by the scheme.
Payment can either be made through the Medisave Account, by the patient's company/insurance company or via self-payment. Please inform our staff if you intend to pay for your bill using Medisave and kindly bring along your NRIC/Passport or CPF Membership Card.
If you would like to pay for the bill for your direct family member (your spouse, children, parents or grandparents who are Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents), please also produce documentary proof of the patient's relation to you. Deduction from more than one nominated Medisave Account is allowed. You will be required to sign a Medisave Authorisation Form, which will authorise the CPF Board to deduct the bill from your Medisave Account. The deductible amount is pending the approval of the CPF board.,/p>
For more information on Medisave withdrawal limits for inpatient and day surgery bills, as well as the withdrawal limit on the use of Medisave for selected outpatient treatments, please visit the MOH
NUCOHS accepts referrals from CHAS clinics, which entitle patients to subsidies provided by the government. You may find a list of CHAS clinics