MOH publishes 2 lists on non-compliant and unlicensed healthcare providers

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SINGAPORE — Beginning from Monday (20 January), the Ministry of Health (MOH) will publish and update periodically two lists on its website giving information about non-compliant and unlicensed healthcare providers and practitioners offering medical and/or dental services.

The lists name providers and practitioners who have been suspended or prosecuted for breaching the Private Hospitals and Medical Clinics Act (PHMCA), Medical Registration Act (MRA) and/or Dental Registration Act (DRA). 

Providers and practitioners who have been suspended or terminated from the Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS), MediSave and/or MediShield schemes will also be listed. 

The lists are as follow:

List of enforcement actions taken by MOH under the PHMCA, MRA and DRA – https://www.moh.gov.sg/enforcement-actions-for-breaches-of-regulatory-requirements

List of suspensions and revocations by MOH under CHAS, MediSave and MediShield Life – https://www.moh.gov.sg/suspensions-revocations-from-healthcare-financing-schemes

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