Health screening is the first step for you to safeguard your health.
Many chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, do not show symptoms at an early stage, and are often called ‘silent killers’.
Getting a health screening helps to pick up early signs of disease or underlying medical problems, so you can seek treatment promptly to prevent further progression.
Even if you feel well, regular health screening allows you to keep track of your health status, giving you peace of mind to continue living your best life.
At Parkway Shenton, we recommend getting a general health screening every year. This may vary depending on your age, gender, current health condition, and family medical history. If in doubt, speak to your family doctor.
Our wide range of health screening packages are designed to suit different needs and budgets.
From $0 to $5 (with GST)
Screen for Life (SFL) is the national screening programme by the Singapore Health Promotion Board (HPB). Eligible Singaporeans and Permanent Residents can opt for selected screening tests at subsidised rates.
Recommended if: You have a Pioneer Generation (PG), Merdeka Generation (MG), or Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS) card.
From $115 to $308 (with GST)
Basic Health Screening covers key screening tests to give a general evaluation of your health. These can be performed within our GP clinics.
Recommended if: You’re generally in good health and want a simple overview of your health status.
Starting from $585 (with GST)
Executive Health Screening is the most comprehensive and features additional screening tests based on your age, gender and risk profile. These are conducted at specialised one-stop screening centres.
Recommended if: You would like a personalised and detailed full body check-up with doctor’s review.
Starting from $228 (with GST)
Cancer screening tests for early signs of cancer or pre-cancerous conditions. Our packages feature blood tumour marker tests and gender-specific screening for common cancers.
Recommended if: You are concerned about your health or are at increased risk of developing cancer based on your family and medical history.
Select your preferred package and book a health screening appointment at any Parkway Shenton clinic islandwide.
Have a one-on-one consultation with the doctor to see if other specialised tests are required.
Receive your medical report within 14 business days and access it anytime, anywhere via our MyHealth360 app.
To make the most of your visit, please bring along any relevant past medical reports and scans. Don’t forget to check with the clinic if fasting or specific preparation is needed.Read full guidelines
Our clinics are equipped to perform a wide range of medical tests, including allergy tests, hepatitis screening, tumour marker tests, as well as imaging scans such as CT, MRI and X-ray.View full list of tests
Health screening should be done on a regular basis. If you’re generally in good health, you can consider doing a health screening once a year.
As the recommended screening frequency varies depending on your gender, age group and risk profile, please speak to your doctor for advice on the screening tests that are most suitable for you and how often you should go for health screening.
You can do health screening at any Parkway Shenton clinic in Singapore. Use our clinic locator to find a clinic near you.
Health screening can take anywhere between 1 hour to a day to complete, depending on the number of tests done. Basic health screening typically takes around 30 minutes to 2 hours at our GP clinics.
Please bring your identification documents (NRIC, passport, company’s letter or staff pass) for registration. For a more accurate analysis, do also bring along any past medical reports and scan results.
If you’re doing a vision test, please bring your spectacles and do not wear contact lenses when you come for your appointment.
As certain tests require access to your arms or other body parts, it is advisable to wear a comfortable two-piece outfit with short sleeves. Bring along sports attire to change into if you’re doing the cardiac treadmill stress electrocardiogram (ECG). We provide sports shoes and socks upon request.
For ladies, kindly avoid wearing perfume or deodorant on the day of your mammogram.
Try to get a good night’s rest, and avoid doing any strenuous activities right before your health check-up. It is also best to refrain from alcohol and caffeinated drinks on the day of screening, as they may affect the accuracy of your test results.
Fasting is required for blood tests and certain tests like abdomen ultrasound. Please abstain from food and drinks for at least 10 hours before your appointment. Drinking plain water is allowed. If you’re unsure if fasting is required, please check directly with our clinic staff.
You may need to stop taking certain medications like beta-blockers or diabetes medication a day or 2 before your health check-up. For more details, refer to our pre-screening guidelines.
Please seek your doctor’s advice before stopping any medications, especially if you are on insulin injections for Type 1 diabetes mellitus.