mammogram 1Breast cancer is the most commonly occurring cancer among women in Singapore. Each year, 1,850 women are diagnosed with breast cancer, and over 400 die from the disease.* 1 in 11 women will get breast cancer in their lifetime.** Nevertheless, the chances of surviving breast cancer increases with early detection.

The mammogram is currently the most reliable screening tool for breast cancer. It can detect the presence of cancerous lumps even before they can be felt with the hand. SCS provides mammograms, without charge, to Singaporean women at the SCS Multi-Service Centre, strictly by appointment.

Singapore Cancer Society Multi-Service Centre

9 Bishan Place

Junction 8 Office Tower, #06-05

Singapore 579837

Mammogram operating hours:

Monday to Friday: 9am to 6pm (Last appointment at 5.45pm)
Saturdays: 9am to 4pm (Last appointment at 3.15pm)



* Singapore Cancer Registry, Interim Annual Registry Report, Trends in Cancer Incidence Singapore, 2010-2014

** National Registry of Diseases Office, Singapore


To make an appointment or enquiry, please contact the SCS Multi-Service Centre at 6499 9133, or click the "Make an Appointment" tab below.

If you are also interested in making a Pap Smear appointment, please click here.


  • Singaporean women aged 50 years and above
  • Possess a valid Health Assist card (either orange or blue)

    • orange chas card

    • blue chas card

  • Have not undergone a mammogram in the last 24 months
  • Have no breast symptoms such as breast lumps or blood-stained nipple discharge
  • Have not been breastfeeding for the past 6 months
  • Have not received breast implants


Women with breast implants are advised to make a hospital appointment for screening.