Lab tests are often used to help diagnose for a specific disease or condition. Some lab tests provide more general information about your organs, blood cells and other body systems. It includes taking a sample of your blood, urine, other body fluid, or body tissue. A health care provider will explain why the test is needed, how it will be done, and what it might show.
You will be advised by your doctor or nurses during the consultation if a blood test is required before the next visit, and if fasting is needed. In general, majority of blood test today do not require fasting except for lipid panel test.
Lab test investigation works are required to be conducted to ascertain your medical condition and for the management of your medical needs. You may refer to the table below as a reference for price estimation for your lab tests in SGH.
Estimated Price Range
$170 - $321
$64 - $133
$308 - $567
$142 - $290
Rheumatology & Immunology
$422 - $656
$143 - $270
$473 - $1,609
$152 - $465
$852 - $2,094
$312 - $624
Information accurate as of 1 Jan 2023.
The use of MediSave for laboratory investigations is based on MOH guideline. You may refer to
MOH website (https://www.moh.gov.sg/cost-financing/healthcare-schemes-subsidies/medisave) for more information.
Other payment scheme
If you wish to pay your outstanding bills using medical benefits, please submit your request on "Making payment with Medical Benefit Cards".
As part of your treatment, additional tests may be performed to more accurately determine the underlying disease for a timely treatment. The need for additional tests vary based on your medical condition. We will conduct only necessary tests that are required for your diagnosis.
Additional tests refer to additional pathology tests e.g. Special Stains, Immunohistochemistry, Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization, Molecular tests, etc.
At times, these additional tests are done before notifying our patients due to their time-sensitive nature and to avoid any delays in providing timely treatment. The final charges payable by you depend on the number of lab tests required for the management of your particular medical condition as well as the payment class applicable to you.
Your test results will be sent to your Doctor(s) and he or she will review the result outcome with you during your next visit. Your Doctor(s) may also contact you if the test outcomes require immediate attention.
Some of your test results are also available on HealthBuddy or HealthHub.