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Health Assessment: Beneficial for everyone

As recommended by Health Promotion Board, below is a list of general screening tests that are recommended for you.

General Assessment Tests for Adults

Recommended for 18 and above

Recommended for 18 years old and above

Recommended for 40 years old and above

Recommended for 40 years old and above

Recommended for 50 years old and above

Recommended for 50 years old and above

​To assess for:

Obesity

Body Mass Index (BMI) & Waist Circumference

Frequency:

Once a year

To assess for:

Diabetes mellitus

Fasting blood glucose

Frequency:

Once every three years or more frequently as advised by your doctor

To assess for:

Colorectal cancer

Faecal immunochemical test(to test for blood in stools

Frequency:

Once a year

Once every ten years

To assess for:

Hypertension (High blood pressure)

Blood pressure measurement

Frequency:

Once every two years or more frequently as advised by your doctor.

​​To assess for:
Hyperlipidaemia (High blood cholesterol)

Fasting lipids

Frequency:

Once every three years or more frequently as advised by your doctor

Additional Tests for Women

Women aged 25-69 yrs, who have had sexual intercourse

Cervical cancer

Pap smear

Once every three years

​HPV test​Once every five years

Women aged 50-69 yrs

Breast cancer

Mammogram

Once every two years.

Reference: HealthHub

What are the different type of Health Assessment?

There are 2 categories of assessment tests. 

  1. Beneficial for everyone: These tests are listed above. 
  2. Beneficial for some but not others -
    Decision to be made on an ‘individual’ level, based on your individual risk factors e.g. self or family history of hereditary or chronic diseases, exposure to factors that can lead to disease e.g. smoking. 

It is best to speak to our resident physicians who will advise you on the relevant tests based on your individual health profile.


Health Assessment Packages

Our packages encompasses all 3 health condition recommendations from Health Promotion Board; Diabetes, Hypertension (high blood pressure) & Hyperlipidaemia (high cholesterol).