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Health Screening

Health screenings allow us to monitor our current state of health, detect signs of underlying medical conditions that may not show symptoms, and provide us with the opportunity to seek prompt treatment options. 

At Dr Panda Medical Centre, we offer an array of comprehensive health screening packages which include a complimentary review with medical advice and recommendations. The medical report can also be made available the next working day.

Comprehensive health screenings help to detect issues early. Our advanced testing provides insights into your wellbeing so you can make informed choices about your health. Book Your Appointment today!

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SFL

Screen for Life - At $5 or Less

We are also a HealthierSG-registered clinic that offers Screen for Life - a national subsidised health screening programme for eligible Singaporeans.  

Our Health Screening Packages

Classic

$98

Executive

$200

Premium

$250

Biometric Parameters

Physical Examination

Risk Profile Screening

Height and Weight (BMI)

Blood Pressure

Vision Acuity and Colour Vision

 

Urine and Stool

Urine FEME

Urine Microalbumin

Urine Creatinine

Urine Microalbumin to Creatinine Ratio

Stool Occult Blood

 

Blood Analysis

Full Blood Count

Erychrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR)

Fasting Blood Cholesterol

Fasting Blood Glucose

Creatinine Kinase

Kidney Function Test

Liver Function Test

Syphilis Screen (VDRL)

Bone Disease

Gout Screen

Thyroid Function (FT4, TSH)

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis B

Tumour Markers - AFP (Liver)

Tumour Markers - CEA (Colon)

Tumour Markers - CA19-9 (Pancreas)

Cardiac Profile (hsCRP)

12 Lead Testing (ECG)

Includes report and review

 

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To prepare for the health screening, we would like to make the following recommendations

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Fast for eight hours before your screening

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Limit your fluid intake to just plain water before the fast

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Continue to take your medication for chronic diseases

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Omit diabetic medication until after breakfast

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For ladies, the PAP smear/urine/stool test is best done 5 days before or after your menstruation

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Please postpone your screening should you feel unwell that day

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