• Mon - Fri : 7.30am - 6.00pm & Sat : 7.30am - 1.00pm

Dependent Pass
Medical Check Up

Mediway Medical offers dependent pass medical check up at an affordable price starting from $30. One-Stop Medical Centre equipped with a Chest X-Ray facility, providing you with an efficient and smooth experience

Dependant Pass (DP) is a type of pass issued to the legally married spouses and unmarried children (under 21 years of age) of Employment Pass (EP) or S Pass holders, allowing them to stay with their employed family members in Singapore.

Why Mediway Medical?

One-Stop
Medical Centre

We offer comprehensive services, including a chest x-ray facility and a full range of medical care.

Minimum Waiting Time

We prioritize keeping wait times as short as possible, demonstrating our strong commitment to service excellence for our clients.

Fast Turnaround
Time

We are dedicated to ensuring the rapid delivery of medical test results by the following working day.

Pricing

Dependent Pass Medical Check Up
Price Inclusive of GST.
Clinical Examination and HIV
$30.00
Clinical Examination and Chest X-Ray
$30.00
Clinical Examination, HIV and Chest X-Ray
$55.00
[Add-On] Updating of your COVID-19 vaccination record into MOH's National Immunization Records (NIR)
$27.00
[Add-On] Same Day Report
$30.00

Documents To Bring

  1. Bring along your identity (passport/work pass), In-Principle Approval Form & Medical Form.
  2. Payment Options: Cash, NETS or PayNow.

Duration and Report Collection

  1. Most clients complete their tests within 20 to 30 minutes especially during off-peak hours.
  2. The medical report will be ready the next working day from date of visit at 4pm (Working days are only weekdays). Meaning that if you come on a Friday, the report will be ready only on Monday.
  3. You may request to receive your medical report (soft copy) either via email or through WhatsApp.
  4. Same day report at 4pm option is possible if you come before 9am on a weekday, additional charge of $30 is required with this option.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who should I get in touch with to enquire about my medical report?

When or how will I receive my medical examination report?

Do I need to come in personally to collect the report?

Should I make an appointment for medical check up?