Screen For Life


The Screen for Life Programme is an initiative 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.

View the Screen for Life brochure to see what you need to know about Health Screening?

What do I pay? Am I eligible for subsidised screening? 

With subsidies, Singaporean citizens pay $0 to $5 per screening visit while Singaporean PR can enjoy HPB’s screening test rates for the recommended screenings.

New Patients

Recommended screenings for your age group

Regular screenings are an essential component of maintaining good health and detecting potential health issues early on. By undergoing recommended screenings for your specific age group, you can proactively monitor your well-being and take necessary steps towards prevention and early intervention. From cholesterol checks and blood pressure measurements to mammograms and colonoscopies, these screenings are tailored to address the unique health concerns that arise at different stages of life. By staying informed about the screenings recommended for your age group, you can actively prioritize your health and make informed decisions to ensure a long and healthy life.

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

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 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.

Find out more about Screen for life on the Health Hub website.

Enquiries about Health Screening Subsidies?