Which health screening package is good Singapore?

Nuffield Medical Nuffield Medical offers some of the cheapest health screenings in Singapore. Basic health evaluations are provided for Singaporeans through the “Lite Package”, including cholesterol, cardiac, and bone and joint profiles. A range of health screening services is available for both men and women.

How can I get health screening in Singapore?

Screening under SFL is available at all CHAS GP clinics island wide. You may use the clinic locator to find out where your nearest CHAS GP clinic is located. We strongly recommend making an appointment with your CHAS GP as you will need to prepare for your screening appointment.

What is included in a health screening?

Tests that may be done include:

  • Harmful alcohol use screening.
  • Blood pressure screening.
  • Breast cancer screening.
  • Cervical cancer screening.
  • Cholesterol screening.
  • Colorectal cancer screening.
  • Dental checkup.
  • Depression screening.

What is screen for Life Singapore?

Screen for Life (SFL) is a national screening programme that offers eligible Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents (PRs) subsidised screenings, recommended based on age and gender. SFL aims to encourage Singapore Citizens and PRs to go for regular screenings and follow-up.

Can I do health screening at Polyclinic?

Unfortunately, polyclinics do not offer comprehensive health screenings. Polyclinics in Singapore only provide health screenings for specific diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol.

Can I use MediSave for health screening?

Can I use my MediSave for them? You can use your MediSave to pay for your own or your approved dependants’ outpatient scans or health screenings at the participating medical institutions (PDF, 0.4MB).

Does Polyclinic do health screening?

How do I book health screening in polyclinic?

You can make, change or cancel an appointment via:

  1. Online Appointment System.
  2. Health Buddy Mobile App.
  3. SingHealth Polyclinics Call Centre (6643 6969)

Is health screening necessary?

Health screening is important to everyone. It involves the use of tests, physical examinations or other procedures to detect conditions early in people who look or feel well. This is different from diagnostic tests which are done when someone is already showing signs and/or symptoms of a condition.

How is health screening done?

The health professional – often a nurse or healthcare assistant – will ask you some questions about your lifestyle and family history, measure your height and weight, and take your blood pressure and do a blood test. The blood test will be done either before the check with a blood sample from your arm, or at the check.

How do I check my screen for Life eligibility?

If you would like to check your eligibility for the Screen for Life subsidies, please contact us at 1800 223 1313 or send us an email.