Whatever you do, there is always time to rest and recharge. We need to look after ourselves and be proactive in preventing disease. Our health check is comprehensive and highly tailored to individual needs. Our medical knowledge will prevent you from being screened for unnecessary disease. A good health report will provide the much need reassurance that you are in perfect shape.
Recommended for everyone who wants to lead a healthy productive life. The over 50s comprehensive cancer check program is designed to provide you or your loved ones peace of mind. This is our premium and time effective head-to-toe health screen.
Persons can suffer from Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) with minimal or no overt symptoms and manifestations of the disease can occur suddenly or with rapid onset. Acute myocardial infarction (MI), unstable angina, or sudden cardiac death are often the first clinical manifestations of CHD and these incidents can be associated with significant morbidity and/or mortality. Consequently, early detection can provide insight into the factors that increase the risk of an adverse cardiac event and enable appropriate therapy to be administered to improve the prognosis for those at high risk. For individuals who have high-risk occupations, in which they are responsible for large numbers of people (eg. Pilots, bus drivers), an acute cardiac event could endanger the lives of many. Appropriate screening can help to minimise this risk.
Most common cancer in the world and most common cancer in men. Recommend for patients aged 55-75 years who have at least a 30 – pack year smoking history, currently smoke or who have quit within 15 years.
Gastrointestinal tract cancers especially stomach and colorectal cancer is one of the biggest killer in our community. Risk factors are often modifiable and these cancer can be detected early with screening.
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men contributing to 15% of all newly diagnosed cancer. Recommend annual screening for male patients aged 50-75 years.
Regular screening and active intervention of these cancer in female has proven to save lives.
Highly prevalent disease in the world and especially in South East Asia. Most of Hepatitis are preventable and more recently curable (Hepatitis C). With active surveillance and intervention, most of the liver cancer can be prevented by controlling the viral load. Recent advances in hepato-biliary surgery also resulted in marked improvement in prognosis.