About our 2020-2021

Singapore Maternity Guide

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Forming a new family unit can be a big step. And when you're living away from your home country, that step can be much, much bigger. Getting as much information as you can on maternity in Singapore is, therefore, imperative when planning for pregnancy. In your free copy of our 2020-2021 Singapore Maternity Insurance Guide, you can find everything you need to know about maternity insurance in Singapore:
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Pacific Prime - What are Singapore's most popular maternity hospitals?

What are Singapore's most popular maternity hospitals?

Where do the Lion City’s expats go for baby delivery? Which hospitals offer the most comfort and care?

Pacific Prime - What is the cost of pre-natal, delivery, and post-natal care in Singapore?

What is the cost of pre-natal, delivery, and post-natal care in Singapore?

Costs of maternity-related services in private clinics and hospitals aren’t cheap. As an expat, you also likely don't have access to any government subsidies, so it’s better to know the approximate costs of maternity care in Singapore and prepare for it in advance.

Pacific Prime - What maternity insurance benefits do I need?

What maternity insurance benefits do I need?

Find out the necessary and most useful maternity benefits covered by the majority of international maternity plans in Singapore. Make sure you are financially covered for any situation.

Pacific Prime - What insurance terms and items do I need to know?

What insurance terms and items do I need to know?

Get detailed explanations to a wide range of maternity insurance terms, such as waiting period, newborn underwriting, and pre and post-natal expenses.

Why do expats need maternity insurance in Singapore?

Maternity insurance plans protect you from the high costs of maternity care in Singapore and must be purchased as an addition to your existing medical insurance policy at least 10 to 24 months before conception.

Pacific Prime - Why do expats need maternity insurance in Singapore?

Example cost of baby delivery in a private hospital’s 1-bed ward:

The prices for normal baby delivery without any accompanying fees (such as anesthetists and doctor’s fees) vary greatly. You can expect to pay anywhere between SGD $6,705 to SGD $11,734 for a2-day hospital stay, whereas C-Section delivery can cost you from about SGD $11,686 to SGD $20,438.
Additional fees, such as pre & post-natal expenses, complications, newborn vaccines and other tests will further increase the overall cost.
Considering the high cost of maternity in Singapore, many expectant expats choose to secure their finances by obtaining maternity insurance. This guide is here to help you understand the important terms and conditions of covered benefits - and give you a better idea of what to expect from the whole process.

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