Health Screening

Health screening comprises a series of tests done to find out if a person is at higher-than-normal risk of developing a specific disease, or to detect illnesses so that preventive measures can be undertaken or early treatment carried out in order to improve outcomes. 

Tests are customised to meet your specific needs according to your risk factors: age, genetics, environment, lifestyle; and taking into account your personal and family health history. If necessary, further testing or referral to a specialist may be required.

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WOMEN

Concerns

Concerns

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

 

Which tests do I choose?

MEN

Options

ESSENTIAL

EXECUTIVE

EXTENSIVE

WOMEN

Options

WOMEN

ESSENTIAL

EXECUTIVE

EXTENSIVE

ESSENTIAL

Suitable for people under 40 years old,  generally fit with no complaints or family history of illnesses

EXECUTIVE

Suitable for people 40 years old & above, people at higher disease risk due to genetics, lifestyle, or environment

EXTENSIVE

Suitable for people who would like a more extensive analysis or, who may be at higher disease risk

Corporate Health Screening

Our team specialize in conducting health screening services for your organization from Simple to Comprehensive health screening test which can be fully-customize to suit your organization's needs & request.

Onsite Health Screening
Blood Glucose Test
Full Fasting Lipid Profile (for cholesterol and triglycerides)
High Blood Pressure test
Physical Examination (Height, Weight, Waist, Body Mass Index etc.)
Results will be available within 7 working days.
Corporate Vaccinations
Administration of vaccine doses to staff against Flu, HPV, Hepatitis A & B, etc.
 
Complimentary Health Talk
Facilitated on-site to promote healthy living & increase health awareness

Additional Health Screening Options

Concerns

Lifestyle

Components of Health Screening

Clinical Examination

Includes
body
mass index,
blood pressure reading, electrocardiogram, spirometry, vision test,
& dental examination

Blood Tests

Blood biochemistry,
glucose and cholesterol levels, hormones and
other markers assess
your risk to common
medical conditions

Endoscopy

Endoscopy is the use of a flexible instrument with a camera to examine the insides of your body, especially your
digestive system

Imaging

Includes chest X-Ray, ultrasound, CT scan and MRI to determine changes in our body,
not visible to the
naked eyes

Risk Factors

Understanding our risk factors is key to choosing a suitable plan for ourselves

  • Age - Our Risk of developing many illness increases with age
  • Genetics - If a blood-relative has a particular illness
  • Environment - Where you live, work or travel
  • Lifestyle - Diet, amount of exercise, smoking, alcohol or sexual activity 
  • Occupation - work-related physical and mental stress 
Leading Causes of Death & Disability:​
  • Cancer

  • Pneumonia (Lung Disease)

  • Heart Disease & Stroke

  • Hypertension

  • Diabetes

  • Kidney Disease

  • Urinary Track Infection

Common Health Issues:​
  • Respiratory Disorders (Asthma)

  • Digestive Problems

  • Liver Disease (incl. Hepatitis)

  • Osteoporosis

  • Eye Disease

  • Ear, Nose & Throat

  • Dental Disease

Health Screening Instructions

Fasting:
Your last meal should be 10 hours before the scheduled screening
Can I Drink Plain Water?
Yes, in moderate amount
Medical Reports:
Please bring your identification card or passport, medical and imaging reports, for comparison, if any 
Current Medication:
Bring along any medications and inform our staff, especially if you are on diabetic medication
Insurance:
If you are covered by insurance, please bring a letter of guarantee and your insurance card
Treadmill Tests:
Bring along your running gear. If you are taking beta blockers, please inform our staff when making an appointment
Reading Glasses:
Bring along your glasses for eye checks and do not wear contact lenses on the day of screening
For Ladies:
Inform our staff if you are or may be pregnant, especially if you are taking X-rays, CT scans or a mammogram. Do not apply lotion or powder
on your chest if you are doing a mammogram
* PAP smears are best carried out 10-20 days after the first day of your period. 

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