Bupa Corporate and Individual Policy Members
Find out if your policy covers Podiatry services and facilitate the submission of your claims by providing our staff your Bupa card or an image of your Bupa card upon initial registration.
Focus on your recovery, we’ll take care of the rest.
Simply follow the steps below to enjoy seamless insurance claims processing
Call us directly at +65 6884 4123for an appointment with our Podiatrist.
Inform our clinic staff over the phone that you are a Bupa member and provide us with your Full Name, Date of Birth and Bupa Membership Number. Our staff may also ask you to WhatsApp both sides of your Bupa membership card to us.
Bring along your Bupa membership card for verification on your appointment day.
Our Podiatrist will advise you on your eligibility for cashless services at our clinic.
Deductibles are the accumulated amount that you will need to pay out-of-pocket before your insurance coverage kicks in. The specifics for this will depend on the details of your insurance policy. For more information on this, you may contact your HR department or Bupa’s hotline.
Co-payment is a percentage of your medical bill that you will need to pay directly at the healthcare facility. For more information on this, you may contact your HR department or Bupa’s hotline.
For example, if your policy states that you need to co-pay 10% for podiatry services.
Total consultation and treatment cost : $500
Patient pays 10% : $50
Insurer pays 90% : $450
(amounts above subject to 7% GST)
You may send us an image of both sides of your Bupa membership card via WhatsApp or Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will get back to you on your coverage as soon as possible.
Certain policies may not offer direct billing without an LOG/ GOP. Our clinic staff can check on your eligibility and request for an LOG/ GOP from Bupa on your behalf.
If an LOG/GOP is issued, you may enjoy cashless services subject to the terms indicated on the guarantee. Your claims outcome will still be subject to a final assessment by your insurer. You will need to make payment for services that are not covered by your insurer.
Your policy may indicate that you are under a co-payment scheme for certain healthcare services. In such cases, you will need to pay a certain percentage of your treatment fees and the rest will be covered by your insurer.
Your claims outcome will still be subject to a final assessment by your insurer. You will need to make payment for services that are not covered by your insurer.
You may contact our friendly clinic staff to follow-up on your claims. Alternatively, you may contact Bupa directly for more updates.
You will need to make payment for services at our counter if you are not eligible for cashless services. We offer several payment modes including Cash, NETS, Credit Cards and easy-payment options over 6/12/24 months with selected credit cards. You may find more information on our Fees & Prices page.