Health Screening Package

We all know “Prevention is better than cure”. Protect your health starting with health screening. Through various screening, we are able to pick up and follow up on common medical conditions and control and treat it early. At Atlas Associates Clinic, we offer a wide range of screening packages with flexibility for curation to cater to your needs.

Protect your health starting with health screening.

Basic Health Screening

$100 Before GST

Full Blood Count

Cholesterol

Glucose

Kidney

Bone & Joint

Liver

Urine

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Basic+ Health Screening

$200 Before GST

Full Blood Count

Cholesterol

Glucose

Kidney

Bone & Joint

Liver

Urine

Thyroid

Hepatitis

STD

2 Cancer Markers

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Essential Health Screening

$270 Before GST

Full Blood Count

Cholesterol

Glucose

Kidney

Bone & Joint

Liver

Urine & Stool

Thyroid

Hepatitis

STD

4 Cancer Markers

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Comprehensive Health Screening

$340 Before GST

Full Blood Count

Cholesterol

Glucose

Kidney

Bone & Joint

Liver

Urine & Stool

Thyroid

Hepatitis

STD

4 Cancer Markers

Chest X-Ray & 1 Ultrasound

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Comprehensive+ Health Screening

$400 Before GST

Full Blood Count

Cholesterol

Glucose

Kidney

Bone & Joint

Liver

Urine & Stool

Thyroid

Hepatitis

STD

4 Cancer Markers

Chest X-Ray

Resting ECG & 1 Ultrasound

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What is health screening?

Health screening involves a series of tests and assessments to evaluate a person’s overall health and identify any potential health risks or medical conditions. The components of a health screening may vary depending on the person’s age, gender, family history, and current health status.

What does a health screening consist of?

The screening can include questions about your family and personal medical history, diet, and lifestyle, a physical exam to check your general health, and some tests to check vital signs such as blood pressure, heart rate, and respiratory rate.

Typically, an essential health screening package includes a variety of tests to evaluate a person’s overall health. These tests may include a full blood count, checks for glucose and cholesterol levels, and urine and stool samples. Other tests may include those for hepatitis, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and cancer markers.

What tests should you do?

The health screening tests that are recommended for you may vary depending on different factors, including age, gender, family history, lifestyle habits, and your overall health condition. You should seek advice from a healthcare professional to determine which tests are appropriate for your individual needs.

Some important health screening tests that adults are recommended to do include:

  • Blood pressure measurement:

    • This simple test measures the force of blood against the walls of your arteries. This force is expressed in two numbers, systolic pressure, and diastolic pressure. Systolic pressure represents the pressure when the heart beats, while diastolic pressure represents the pressure when the heart rests between beats. High blood pressure can increase the risk of heart disease and other health problems. 
  • Resting ECG:

    • A non-invasive test that measures the electrical impulses generated by the heart as it beats, which are recorded and displayed as a series of waves on a graph. The test can help detect abnormalities in the heart’s rhythm and structure, such as arrhythmias, heart blockages, or damage to the heart muscle.
  • Cholesterol test:

    • This test measures the levels of different types of cholesterol in your blood. High levels of LDL cholesterol can increase your risk of heart disease, while high levels of HDL cholesterol can help protect your heart.
  • Blood glucose test:

    • This test measures your blood sugar levels and can help identify if you have diabetes or are at risk for developing it.
  • Colorectal cancer screening:

    • As one of the leading causes of cancer-related deaths in Singapore, colorectal cancer screening can help detect the condition early when it is most treatable.
  • Hepatitis screening:

    • Hepatitis A, B and C can cause liver inflammation. Hepatitis tests are blood tests that can detect the presence of these viruses and assess liver function.
  • Cancer Markers:

    • Some common cancer markers that may be included in health screening tests include Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) and Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA).
  • Breast cancer screening:

    • Women above 40 are recommended to have regular mammograms to detect breast cancer early.
  • Pap smear:

    • This is a screening test for women to detect abnormal cells in the cervix that may indicate cervical cancer or other abnormalities.

How often should you go for health screenings?

Generally, it is recommended for healthy adults to undergo health screenings at least once a year or as advised by their doctor. The type and frequency of health screening may vary depending on individual factors and risk assessment. People with a family or personal history of certain medical conditions may require more frequent health screenings than others. 

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