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A hassle-free out-patient experience with our direct billing services

PUBLISHED: 3 May 2023 | LAST UPDATED: 3 May 2023

We know your clients really value having streamlined access to healthcare services. This is why we've made it even easier for them to receive out-patient treatment in China.

Our collaboration with MSH China, now gives them a seamless experience with direct billing for out patient treatment across China. This means if they're based in China, they'll no longer have to pay for their treatment upfront and claim back the cost as it'll all be taken care of. 

From 8th May 2023 when they go to their appointment, all they'll need to do is show their MSH China network access card, sent to them along with a valid form of national identity (ID Card). This will be the card they'll use when they go for treatment at select hospitals and clinics in China within MSH China's network as shown below. 

They'll still continue to use their AXA – Global Healthcare card when visiting hospitals and clinics not listed below.

The hospitals and clinics where your clients based in China, can use their new MSH China network access card from 8th May 2023 are:

  • United Family hospitals and clinics
  • Parkway health medical and dental facilities
  • Shenton Health Medical Centre
  • Chongqing Raffles Hospital
  • Jiahui Health hospital and clinic
  • SinoUnited Health Clinics
  • Up Clinic, Jing'an
  • Huashan Worldwide Medical Center
  • Shenzhen VISTA
  • Shanghai MJ Health Screening Center
  • Rici Womens and Children's Hospital

When your clients are able to use their MSH China network access card at all hospitals and clinics in MSH China's network, we’ll let you and them know. But for now, we hope they'll enjoy having access to the ones listed above.

You can explore all the hospitals in the MSH China network.

We also have more useful resources you and your clients may find helpful about healthcare in China and in Hong Kong.

If you have any queries, please do contact your AXA representative.

The information in this article is correct at the time of publishing.