Now is an excellent time to concentrate on boosting your health

Do you want to keep fit, stay in shape and look good? Comprehensive health checkup contains 10 key tests including full blood count, haemoglobin, Cholesterol, BMI and BP giving you an outlook on you current health. A complete blood count can reveal abnormalities in different types of cells that might need further investigations. A cholesterol and blood glucose check can help you make the much needed lifestyle changes.
You will also have time to discuss about results with a clinician. Changes you make now could have a significant impact on who you become in future.

What's covered in your Comprehensive Health Checkup?

Complete Blood Count (CBC)

A complete blood count (CBC) is a blood test used to evaluate your overall health and detect a wide range of disorders, including anemia

Blood Hemoglobin

A hemoglobin test measures the oxygen carrying capacity of your blood.

Lipid Profile

A Lipid Profile measures the amount of HDL (Good cholesterol), LDL (Bad cholesterol) and triglycerides. Increased levels can cause risk of heart problems and narrowing of blood vessels.

Blood Glucose Test


This measures your blood glucose at the time you're tested. A higher blood glucose level can help indicate impairment in function of pancreas and diabetes.

Urine Analysis

A urinalysis helps detect and manage a wide range of disorders, such as urinary tract infections

Blood Pressure Test

A blood pressure test measures the pressure in the arteries as the heart pumps. A higher blood pressure can cause risks of congestive heart failure and stroke.

Body Mass Index (BMI)

Body Mass Index is a simple calculation using a person's height and weight which can help making your life style changes to get in better shape and health.

Body Fat Percentage

Body fat testing checks how much body fat you have. It may be done to find out if you have too much or too little body fat.

Mobility and Flexibility Analysis

Flexibility tests are used to diagnose muscular  imbalances, arthritic changes in a joint, or conditions such as a sprains, tendon tears or joint impingement.

30 minutes with our Clinician

You will get 30 minutes with our Clinician to discuss about the test results and make a management plan.

During your consultation with our health advisor, you will receive testing, results, and advice.

Based on your test findings, you’ll set lifestyle, health, and exercise goals together. In addition to other testing, your consultation will include: