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Essential Care Health Screening

Awareness Save Life

You are required to fast for 8 hours before the screening.

Strongly Recommended As Annual Check Up Basis
Same Day Test Result & Report Consultation
4-6 Hours To Complete The Screening Procedure
1st Class Service & Facility


You are required to fast for 8 hours before the screening. We encourage you to arrive early for your test. The service start as early as 8am (The centres close on Sunday and Public Holiday).

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  1. Get enough sleep, at least 6 hours prior to the check-up day. Lack of sleep may cause abnormal results such as blood pressure, heartbeat & body temperature. The physician may not be able to assess if any change is a real abnormality.
  2. Do not eat or drink at least 8 to 10 hours prior to the check-up. Water, however may be freely taken to avoid dehydration effects on blood sugar & cholesterol test in the procedure.
  3. Hypertension medicine can be taken prior to your visit.
  4. Urine sample will be collected on the day of examination. For female applicant, please reschedule the check-up if you are on menstruation.
  5. Please wear clothing that allows access to the upper arm.
  6. Should you have any chronic illnesses or other health issues, please bring along any test results or medical report with you to assist in diagnosis.
  7. If pregnant, please inform the Customer Service upon registration to cancel the X-Ray.


  1. Your health screening will take Half Day to One Day, depending on the type of test you are doing, with Same Day Result and Same Day Doctor & Dietitian Consultation of your reports.
  2. You may reschedule your Doctor & Dietitian Consultation to another day if you wish to do so.


  1. Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  2. X-Ray (Chest)
  3. Physical Examination
  4. Doctor's Consultation
  5. Full Blood Picture
  6. Renal Function Test
  7. Liver Function Test
  8. Diabetic Screen (Glucose)
  9. Lipid Profile
  10. Thyroid Screening
  11. Immunology
  12. Serology
  13. Cancer/Tumour Marker
  14. Urine Examination