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Womens day health

Mothers Day




HS Package

Health Screening for Women

Medical Assessment

  • Detailed Medical History

  • Physical Examination

  • Height, Weight & Body Fat Analysis

  • Blood Pressure Reading


  • Pap Smear

  • Spirometry

  • Electrocardiogram for (45 y.o. and above)

Evaluation and Report

  • Review of Medical Results

  • Medical Report


  • Chest X-Ray(filmless)

  • Eye Screen (V/A, CV, Tono)

Choose 2

  • Bone Mineral Densitometry (55y.o. and above)

  • Ultrasound Pelvis

  • Ultrasound Breast

  • Mammogram (40y.o. and above)

  • Ultrasound Carotid

  • Ultrasound Thyroid

  • Ultrasound Abdomen

  • Treadmill

Laboratory Exams

Bone & Joint Test

  • Uric Acid

  • Calcium

  • Phosphate

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Factor


Lipid Screen

  • Total Cholesterol

  • HDL Cholesterol

  • Cholesterol Ratio

  • LDL Cholesterol

  • Triglycerides


Diabetes Screen

  • Blood Glucose

  • HBA1C



  • Haemoglobin

  • Total White Blood Cells

  • Total Red Blood Cells

  • Platelets Count

  • Differential Count

  • Peripheral Blood Film

  • Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate


  • Blood Grouping

Hepatitis Study

  • Hepatitis A (HAV) IgG Antibody

  • Hepatitis Bs Antigen

  • Hepatitis Bs Antibody

Kidney Function Test

  • Urea

  • Creatinine

  • Sodium

  • Potassium

  • Chloride


Liver Function Test

  • Total Protein

  • Albumin

  • Globulin

  • A/G Ratio

  • Total Bilirubin



  • Gamma GT

  • Alkaline Phosphatase


Thyroid Function Test

  • TSH

  • Free T4


Tumour Marker Test

  • AFP (Liver)

  • CEA (Colon/Lung)

  • CA125 (Ovary)

Venereal Disease Screen

  • VDRL & Titre

  • TPPA (if VDRL Reactice)



  • Urine FEME


Stool Analysis

  • Stool for Occult Blood

Pre-Screening Instructions:

  • Please bring your identification card/work permit or passport, medical and imaging reports, for comparison, if any

  • Bring along your glasses for eye checks and do not wear contact lenses on the day of screening

  • Fast for at least 8 hours before screening 

  • Kindly Inform our staff if you are or may be pregnant, especially if you are taking X-rays, or CT scans

Health Screening Guidelines, Academy of Medicine, Singapore, Mar 2019.

Advances in technology have resulted in the development of lab tests and scans which have a certain predictive value for disease. However, many of these lack sensitivity and specificity and may not be necessary in the absence of risk factors. Please consult your doctor for suitability, cost-benefit and risks of tests requested

Pap Smear every 3 years from age 25; HPV test every 5 years from age 30. Breast self-examination should be carried out monthly from age 20. Mammograms recommended every 2 years from Age 50. Consider annually from age 40 if at risk. Ultrasound of the breast is not a substitute for mammograms but is preferred by some as there is no radiation involved. May also be useful for patients with dense breast tissue.

Recommendations for Cancer

Screening Biomarkers, commonly called tumour or cancer markers are included as they are frequently requested but lack sensitivity and specificity and should not be considered a definitive test for cancer. However may be considered for patients in high risk groups. Liver: Ultrasound Abdomen 6-monthly for patients with Hepatitis-B. Lung: Low-dose CT Lung yearly for heavy smokers from age 55. Nose: Nasoendoscopy and biomarker (EBV) for patients at risk. Stomach: Gastroscopy every 3 years in high risk groups. Recommended screening age and frequency dependent on risk factors. ​


Package price includes GST.

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