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Prudential Singapore rolls out cashless medical service at two private hospitals

Amala Balakrishner
Amala Balakrishner11/5/2019 03:19 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Prudential Singapore rolls out cashless medical service at two private hospitals
SINGAPORE (Nov 5): Prudential Singapore has rolled out a service allowing its customers to receive cashless medical services when seeking treatment from participating specialists at Raffles Hospital and Mount Alvernia Hospital.
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SINGAPORE (Nov 5): Prudential Singapore has rolled out a service allowing its customers to receive cashless medical services when seeking treatment from participating specialists at Raffles Hospital and Mount Alvernia Hospital.

Capped at $30,000, the feature and will be available to Singaporeans and Permanent Residents holding the PRUExtra Premier policy, a private hospital integrated shield plan rider.

Under the move, Prudential will settle its customer’s medical expenses directly with the two hospitals, thereby allowing them to admit and discharge themselves without payment.

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