How much does the video consultation service cost?

How much does the video consultation service cost?

Please note video consultation fees on the Doctor Anywhere app are as follows:
  1. GP Consultation:
    1. Standard Hours (06:00 AM to 08:59 PM): S$20
    2. After-Hours (09:00 PM to 05:59 AM): S$45
  2. Specialist Consultation:
    1. e.g. Dermatology, Paediatrics, Orthopaedics: From S$70 / 15-min consult
  3. Mental Wellness Consultation:
    1. (Psychologist/Counsellor): S$110 / 60-min consult
  4. Nutritionist Consultation: 
    1. S$110 / 60-min consult
  5. Lactation Consultation: 
    1. S$100 / 60-min consult
*Kindly note that the fees published are exclusive of GST, and are subject to prevailing GST charges. The GST-inclusive fee will be visible on the Doctor Anywhere app before finalising payment. Medication charges are separate and not included in this fee.

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