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CLINICAL ASSESSMENT
Height & Weight Measurementtick ticktickticktickticktick
Body Mass Index (BMI)tickticktickticktickticktick
Blood Pressure Measurementtickticktickticktickticktick
Visual Acuityticktickticktickticktick
Colour Visionticktickticktickticktick
CARDIOVASCULAR ASSESSMENT
12-Lead Resting ECGticktickticktick
HAEMATOLOGY
Full Blood Countticktickticktickticktick
ESRticktickticktick
RENAL PROFILE
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Creatininetickticktickticktickticktick
Sodiumtickticktickticktickticktick
Potassiumtickticktickticktickticktick
Chloridetickticktickticktickticktick
eGFRtickticktickticktickticktick
DIABETIC PANEL
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HbA1cticktickticktick
LIVER PANEL
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Total Proteintickticktickticktickticktick
Albumintickticktickticktickticktick
Globulintickticktickticktickticktick
A/G Ratiotickticktickticktickticktick
AST / SGOTtickticktickticktickticktick
ALT / SGPTtickticktickticktickticktick
Alkaline Phosphatasetickticktickticktickticktick
Gamma GTtickticktickticktickticktick
LIPID PANEL
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Cholesterol (HDL)tickticktickticktickticktick
Cholesterol (LDL)tickticktickticktickticktick
Cholesterol / HDL Ratiotickticktickticktickticktick
Triglyceridestickticktickticktickticktick
CARDIAC RISK PROFILE
C-Reactive Protein (Hs-CRP)ticktickticktick
THYROID FUNCTION TEST
Free T4 (FT4)tickticktickticktick
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)tickticktickticktick
BONE / JOINT PROFILE
Calciumticktickticktickticktick
Phosphateticktickticktickticktick
Uric Acidtickticktickticktickticktick
Rheumatoid Factor (RF)tickticktick
HEPATITIS PROFILE
Hepatitis Bs Antigen & Antibodytickticktickticktick
Hepatitis A IgG Antibodytickticktickticktick
Hepatitis Ctick
TUMOR MARKERS
Liver : Alpha Feto Protein (AFP)tickticktick
Colon : Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA)tickticktick
Pancreas : CA 19.9tickticktick
Ovary : CA 125 (F)ticktick
Breast : CA 15.3 (F) orticktick
Prostate : PSA (M)ticktick
Nose : EBVtick
IRON STUDIES | ANAEMIA PROFILE
Ironticktick
Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC)ticktick
% Iron Saturationticktick
Ferritinticktick
Tranferrinticktick
Folatetick
Vitamin B12tick
STD SCREEN
VDRLtickticktick
TPHAtickticktick
OTHERS
Total Vitamin Dtick
URINE ANALYSIS
Urine FEMEtickticktickticktickticktick
Urine Microalbumin/Creatinine Ratiotickticktickticktick
STOOL ANALYSIS
Stool Occult Bloodtickticktickticktick

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FAQ

Why do I need regular health screening?

Health screening is the first step for you to safeguard your health and proactively identify potential health issues.
A one-off screening will only pick up health conditions that are present at the time of screening.
Regular screenings allow early detection and appropriate intervention, which will prevent or delay the onset of certain diseases, as well as complications related to them.

What type of health screening should I choose?

Knowing your family medical history and risk factors helps to determine what type of medical tests you should go for. Please consult our clinic staff for assistance in determining the most suitable packages for you.

How do I prepare for health screening?

Pre-health screening
Fasting is required for your health screening (non-fasting health screening packages are also available). No food and beverages for at least 8 hours prior to your appointment, and please take plain water only.


For individuals on medication
You may take your medications (including those for blood pressure and blood thinning) before your health screening. For diabetic patients, please delay your routine morning medication until your blood sample is taken.
However, for some unique tests, you are advised to take medications at recommended timing. Kindly check with clinic staff if you have any doubts.


For individuals on supplements
You do not need to stop taking health supplements prior to health screening. Most health supplements do not affect blood tests results when taken on the same day.


For female
It is advisable to do the urine and stool test five (5) days after the last day of the menstruation cycle.
The ideal time to have a Pap Smear done is at least five days following the last day of your menstrual period.


For pregnant ladies
Pregnancy causes many changes in a female’s body. Your gynaecologist would routinely perform relevant test at different stages of the pregnancy to check your health status. Should you have specific health concerns during this period, please consult our doctor to find out if a health screening is necessary for you.


For individuals who are nearsighted or farsighted
Bring along your glasses for near and distant Vision Test, it is not recommended to put on contact lenses on the screening date.


For health screening packages with the stool test
You have two options:
1. Pre collect the stool bottle from our clinic prior to the health screening.
or
2. Collect the stool bottle on day of health screening. If you cannot provide a sample on that day, you may bring back your stool bottle and submit the sample within 7 days from date of health screening.


On the day of health screening
You should not attend the health screening if you are feeling unwell as this may affect your results. Please consult our doctor.

When would I receive my health screening reports?

Our clinic will contact you to collect your health report within 7 working days. Your lab report is also available digitally via Pinnacle Family Clinic app.
You have option of post screening review and consultation with our doctor either in-person at the clinic, or through teleconsultation via our app. There will be no additional cost for the post screening consultation.

Can I use Medisave for health screening?

Currently, MediSave cannot be used for all health screenings. However, eligible Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents (PRs) can enroll in the national screening programme (Healthier Sg | Screen for Life) which provides subsidized screenings recommended based on age and gender.
While MediSave cannot cover general health screening expenses, for individuals diagnosed with a chronic condition covered under the Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP), MediSave may be used to pay for part of the outpatient treatment cost of these diseases.