Yes, RadLink is accredited with Medisave, and we can assist with Medisave claim for patients.
For outpatient scans for diagnosis or treatment of a medical condition up to $300 per year per patient.
(Note: Does not apply to plain x-rays or scans that are already claimable under other Medisave schemes such as scans for cancer treatment, chronic disease under the Chronic Disease Management Programme and antenatal scans)
For outpatient MRI scans, CT scans and other diagnostics for cancer patients: Up to $600 per year per patient.
For more details, please refer to the MOH guidelines on the usage of Medisave:
*Subjected to Medisave board's approval
To ensure the shortest waiting time possible, our scans are strictly by appointment basis only.
The referring clinic will typically make the appointment on your behalf or alternatively you can call us at 68360808 to book a slot.
Note: No appointment is required for X-rays and BMD
Yes, you may consume your regular medication for chronic conditions unless otherwise instructed:
For CT Scan
For PET / CT FDG Scan – Patients with Diabetes
Please let your referring physician know so that alternative scan options can be explored, including the administration of sedation to make the scan more comfortable.
Pre-scan preparations and fasting will vary according to the scan to be done, and the region that is to be scanned.
Please check with us during appointment booking or check with your doctor.
Depending on the scan, you can expect to spend around 1.5-2hours in our centre.
This includes registration, preparation for the scan (E.g. Changing into gowns/ filling up of screening questionnaire). The actual scan time also varies by region and modality.
You will need to bring along a request form from your doctor requesting for the examination.
Please bring along your identity card or passport for us to verify and register your before your scan.For follow-up cases, do bring along previous scan information such as (Films / DVD / USB / Report) in order for our radiologist to compare on the progress of the condition and report.