The logo of the Society was designed by Prof Evan Lee in 1987. It consists of two semicircles separated by a gap. The semicircles represent the kidneys and one is coloured red and the other white. The red and white colours have a dual meaning; they represent the national colours of Singapore and they also represent dialysis, with the red for blood and white for the dialysate. Together, the logo represents Nephrology in Singapore and acknowledges the role of dialysis in its founding.