The payment information below is important for you to know the financial implications before you are admitted to the ward and receive treatment.

There are two types of rooms available in each ward, namely First Class Room (single or double room) and Third Class Room.

The fee charged is based on the circular issued by the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH). The fees are as follows:

Ward Deposit 

Class 1

Class 3

Citizens

RM700

RM20

Non Citizens

RM2100

RM600

Table 1: Ward Admission Deposit

Ward Charges

Class 1 (single room)

Class 1 (double room)

Class 3

Citizens

RM120

RM90

Percuma

Non Citizens

RM120

Table 2: Ward Charges

Treatment Charges

Class 1

Class 3

Citizens

RM15

Free

Non Citizens

Table 3: Treatment Charges

Note: The hospital will collect the full deposit before the patient is admitted to the ward.

The fees for the Specialist Clinic are as follows:

Specialist Clinic Treatment Chargesr

Referrals from government clinics or hospitals

Referrals from private clinics or hospitals

Citizens

Free for first consultation, RM5 for next visit.

RM30 for the first consultation, RM5 for the next visit.

Non Citizens

RM78 for the first consultation and subsequent visit.

Table 4: Specialist Clinic Treatment Charges

For other clinical services, the treatment charges are as follows:

Clinical Services

Citizens

Non Citizens

  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapist
  • Audiology
  • Traditional and Complementary Medicine

RM5 per session

RM78 per session

Table 5: Treatment charges for other clinical services.

Any investigation (example: blood test, x-ray, etc.) or medical equipment (example: orthosis, prosthesis, etc.) will be charged a separate fee based on the circular by the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH).

For employer -borne patients, please bring a valid Guarantee Letter (GL) from the employer before you are admitted to the ward or when you attend any appointments.

For paid patients, you will be notified of the amount of fees that may be charged the day before discharge. You can also be informed of the latest amount of your bill on a regular basis if you have been in the hospital for a long time.

Note: Please bring these documents for our verifications (if applicable):

  • Disabled (OKU) Card
  • Pension Card
  • School Letter


How to make a payment?

For your convenience, we accept payments in the form of cash, postal money orders, bank drafts, and bank checks. Personal checks are not accepted.

Please contact the Cheras Rehabilitation Hospital Revenue Unit for more information if you have any concerns regarding payment.