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Emergency numbers for health providers in Singapore

Pacific Prime Singapore has created a list of the emergency contact information for the health insurance providers we work with in Singapore.

Posted on Jun 01, 2015 by rob.mcbroom

Going to the hospital or clinic during a medical emergency is stressful at the best of times. During an emergency, probably the last thing that goes through most people’s minds is that they should grab their insurance card. While it is true we should carry it with us at all times, the fact of the matter is, many of us don’t - who needs another card in their wallet?

Of course, these cards provided by insurance providers in Singapore do have important information on them including emergency contact information - numbers you can call in an emergency to help ensure your insurance will cover any expenses or provide more information if necessary. If you find yourself without your card, it can actually be quite a chore to track down this number. To help, we have combined the emergency contact information for the insurance providers we work with in Singapore:

Insurer

Emergency contact number

Aetna

International Helpline

800 120 4494 (Singapore)

AXA

24/7  Health service Team / Claims

+65 6322 2555

Health hand (Professional Advices)

44 1 737 815 197

Bupa

Healthline/ Medical centre

44 0 1273 333 911

Hospitalisation/Emergency

+65 6340 1688

If you have any questions about your plan, or would like to learn more about your insurance works during an emergency, please contact our Singapore-based experts today.

 

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