Women’s Health Screening Plan|Quality HealthCare

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“Prevention is better than cure.”, performing regular health screening could have a better understanding of your personal health condition. By early prevention and proper treatment, threats from severe illnesses such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, high blood pressure, and cancers could be reduced.

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  1. Fill in the application form sent via email after making your payment.
  2. After completing the application form, you would receive an electronic coupon by email.
  3. Make a call to book an appointment for your health check.


Medical report for the health check plans shall be ready within 14 working days after the examination.

Women 30+ Women 40+ Women 50+
Detailed Medical History

Physical Examination

Blood Analysis

Blood Grouping & Rh Factor

Complete Blood Picture

Kidney Function

Urine Routine

Serum Creatinine

Serum Urea  



Electrolyte Disturbance Screening




Sodium, Chloride, Potassium, Bicarbonate  




Liver Function




S.G.O.T. (AST), S.G.P.T. (ALT), Total Bilirubin




Alkaline Phosphatase, Gamma GT, Total Protein, Globulin, Albumin  



Hepatitis Screening




Hepatitis A Antibody  



Hepatitis B Surface Antigen  



Hepatitis B Surface Antibody  



Hepatitis C Antibody  




Thyroid Function  



TSH, Free T4  

(TSH only)



Gout Screening




Uric Acid  



Diabetes Screening  



Fasting Blood Glucose  








Bone Metabolism  




Calcium, Phosphorus  




Vitamin D, Total  




Blood Lipids




Total Cholesterol, HDL – Cholesterol, Direct LDL – Cholesterol, Total Cholesterol/ HDL-Cholesterol Ratio, Triglycerides  



Stool Test  



Ova & Parasite Exam  



Fecal Occult Blood – Faecal Immunochemical Test




Tumor Markers  




Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) (Nasopharyngeal)  




Alpha Fetoprotein (AFP) (Liver)  




Cervical Screening  



Pap smear




HPV DNA Test (For women aged ≥30)  



Lung Imaging Test  



Chest X-ray  



Lung Function Test  









Cardiovascular Risk Assessment  



Treadmill Test (Exercise ECG)  

✓(Normal ECG test only)


✓(Normal ECG test only)


Breast Screening  




Mammogram (For women aged ≥40) OR Ultrasound of Breasts  




Osteoporosis Screening  





Dexa Scan (Spine & Hip)  





Ultrasound of Whole Abdomen  



✓(Ultrasound of Pelvis only)


Medical Report  



Follow Up Consultation for Report Review  



General Examination Preparation (Click Here)

Blood Test

  • Fasting (i.e. no food and drinks) is required for blood glucose and blood lipids test. Please fast for at least 8 hours before the scheduled appointment.(Moderate amount of drinking water is allowed)

Stool Test

  • Please bring a stool sample to the medical centre on the day of examination. Stool bottles can be obtained from any Quality HealthCare Physical Check-up centres.
  • If stool sample is taken from the night before, please ensure the bottle is tightly capped and refrigerated at 4°C
  • Stool Sample should NOT be taken during menstrual period.

Treadmill Test (Exercise ECG)

  • Dress in casual clothing, preferably in sportswear and sports shoes
  • Do not apply lotion, oil or powder to the chest area
  • Do not eat too much prior to the examination
  • If you are taking any regular medications, please follow your doctor’s dosage instructions before and after the examination.

Examination preparation for Female
Radiation Test

  • Pregnant women should not undergo any imaging which involves radiation emission(i.e. X-ray).

Pap Smear*/HPV DNA Test*/Urine Test

  • Should be performed 4-10 days after the last day of menstruation.
  • Women who have ever had sexual experience and are between the ages of 25 and 64 should have regular cervical smear and HPV DNA tests.

Ultrasound of Breast

  • Do not apply perfume, deodorant or talcum powder before the examination.


  • Do not apply perfume, deodorant or talcum powder before the examination.
  • If possible, should be performed 7 days after the last day of menstruation to minimize breast discomfort during the examination
  • Please bring along any previous mammogram film (if any) for reference

Ultrasound of Whole Abdomen*/Pelvis

  • If you will undergo Ultrasound of Whole Abdomen/Pelvis, drink a lot of water until you have full bladder 30 minutes prior to the examination.
  • *Fasting for at least 6 hours prior to the examination.

Women 30+, Women 40+, Women 50+

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