Technologies that screen multiple single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) could be very valuable in predicting patients' susceptibilities to diseases or responses to therapeutic interventions. In this study, we developed a chip that can accurately detect four SNPs at same time. This chip is cost-effective and user-friendly because it uses a detection protocol analogous to dot blotting and does not require sophisticated instruments. To establish this chip, we designed and blotted onto a nylon membrane SNP-specific oligonucleotide probes for human angiotensinogen, cholesteryl ester transfer protein, and apolipoprotein E. This chip detected the corresponding SNPs harbored within the angiotensinogen, cholesteryl ester transfer protein, and apolipoprotein E sequences from 20 donors. Importantly, the SNPs detected by our chip matched exactly with the direct sequencing results, thereby highlighting the accuracy of this chip. In conclusion, our chip is a robust tool for multiple SNP screening and holds the potential to future refinement in detecting diseases-associating genes in patients.