In the event that you are required to go for Medical Check-Up, you will be notified via email. You may also retrieve the "Outstanding Requirement Letter" from your customer portal under "My Documents" tab.
Our healthcare partner, Fullerton Health will also contact you to arrange for an appointment.
Pre-Screening Preparation Advisory
Here's what you should take note of in preparation for your medical check-up:
- If you are feeling unwell, kindly postpone your health screening to a later date as illness and certain medications (e.g. antibiotics) can affect your screening results.
- Fasting for 8 hours is required before your reporting time.
- Refrain from consuming food from 12 midnight of the day for morning appointments, and 7 am for afternoon appointments.
- Drinking of plain water is permitted.
| Medication/ Supplements
- Delay your routine morning medication/supplements until tests which require fasting are done.
| Eye Examination
- Remove your contact lens to allow the test to be carried out.
- If you wear contact lenses, kindly bring along or wear spectacles on the days of appointment.
| Treadmill ECG
- Bring along your running attire (T-shirt, shorts, running shoes).
- The test will take 20 to 30 minutes to complete.
- Avoid caffeinated drinks prior to the test.
- Medication such as beta-blockers (e.g. propranolol or atenolol) should preferably be stopped 3 days before the test. If you are unsure of the medication you are taking, please speak to the doctor prior to performing the cardiac assessment.
| For Ladies
- Pap smear, urine and stool tests should be done 5 days after the last day of your period or 2 weeks before the first day of your period so as not to affect the test results.
- If you are menstruating on the day of your appointment, inform the clinic staff on arrival. You will not be able to do your urine, stool and Pap smear tests because the presence of blood in these tests would produce inaccurate results.
- For Pap smear, avoid sexual intercourse 48 hours before the test. Do not use spermicides, vaginal creams, lubricant jellies, vaginal medications or tampons 48 hours before the test.