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Adult Vaccination Subsidies

Fully Subsidised Vaccines under National Adult Immunisation Schedule (NAIS)


The National Adult Immunisation Schedule (NAIS) was established to provide guidance on vaccinations that persons age 18 years or older should adopt to protect themselves against vaccine-preventable diseases.

Certain adults are at increased risk of complications or susceptible to vaccine preventable diseases if they have not previously received the vaccination and are in contact with individuals who have the infection. Vaccinations recommended under the NAIS aim to prevent such infections among susceptible individuals and reduce complications, morbidity and mortality.

The NAIS was developed based on international best practice and the recommendations of the Expert Committee on Immunisation (ECI). Considerations include: 

– Local disease burden;
– Age, occupation, pre-existing medical conditions, vaccination history; 
– Vaccine safety, efficacy and cost effectiveness of the vaccines in preventing infections among susceptible individuals and reducing complications, morbidity and mortality.

The vaccines in the NAIS protect against the following 11 diseases – Influenza, pneumococcal disease, human papillomavirus, tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, measles, mumps, hepatitis B, and varicella (chickenpox).

Singapore Citizens who are enrolled in Healthier SG are able to have fully subsidised Vaccinations that are under NAIS.
CHAS and Medisave can also be used to subsidise the cost of vaccines.

    Who is eligible?

    For Healthier SG (HSG)-enrolled Singapore Citizens who meet the requirements under the National Adult Immunisation Schedule (NAIS), your nationally-recommended vaccinations will be fully-subsidised ($0) at your enrolled HSG clinic.

    Enrol with Bethesda Medical as your HSG clinic to receive your fully subsidized vaccine today.

    Book your vaccination today!


      Recommended Vaccinations

      Find out which vaccinations are recommended for you by visiting health hub here.

        Ministry of Health’s Health Appointment System


        Bethesda Medical is part of the Ministry of Health and Health Promotion Board’s Health Appointment System (HAS)

        The HAS was setup by Open Government Products (OGP), a division in GovTech Singapore, to make it easier for individuals, especially the elderly, to receive their vaccine. HAS directly connects patients to CHAS GP clinics (Community Health Assist Scheme General Practitioner clinics), to simplify and accelerate the vaccination process. Bethesda Medical is proud to be a part of this programme to provide subsidised vaccination for eligible citizens and to reduce their waiting time at the clinic through the system.

          MediSave500 or MediSave700 Scheme
          From 1 Jan 2021, patients with complex chronic conditions will be able to use up to $700 per patient yearly, while other patients will be able to use up to $500 per patient yearly for the following treatments.

          Outpatient treatments of the following 23 conditions under the Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP) (subject to 15% co-payment by patient):
          Diabetes, hypertension, lipid disorders, stroke, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disorders, dementia, osteoarthritis, anxiety, benign prostatic hyperplasia, Parkinson’s disease, nephrosis/nephritis , epilepsy, osteoporosis, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, ischaemic heart disease, allergic rhinitis, gout, chronic hepatitis B.

          Adult Vaccinations (for target populations under the National Adult Immunisation Schedule)

          For more information regarding vaccinations under the NAIS scheme, refer to the section above.

          Recommended vaccinations differ for different target population groups. Medisave limits apply.
          Please consult with our doctor to find out which vaccinations are recommended, and if you are suitable for the vaccination(s).


          Book your vaccination today! 


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