Annual checkup, Annual physical examination, Routine physical examination

Regular Check-Ups are Important
It is never too late to take charge of your health! Make an appointment with your Physician to discuss what tests and exams you need and when you need them.

Why are Check-Ups Important?
Regular health check-ups and tests can help find problems before they start. They also can help find problems early, when your chances for treatment and cure are better. Which exams and screenings you need depends on your age, health and family history, and lifestyle choices such as what you eat, how active you are, and whether you smoke.


  • Basic Diabetes Package

  • Comprehensive Diabetes Package

  • Routine Health Checkup

  • Obesity Health Checkup

  • Pre-Employment Checkup

  • Executive Health Checkup (Male)

  • Executive Health Checkup (Woman)

  • Antenatal Check-up

  • Breast DiseaseScreening

  • Genital Cancer Screening

  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases Screening

  • Female Check-up (Unmarried)

  • Female Checkup (18-30)

  • Female Checkup (>30)

  • Customized Health Packages


To make the most of your next check-up, here are some things to do before you go:

1. Review your family health history
Family history may influence your risk of developing heart disease, stroke, diabetes, or cancer.

2. Find out if you are due for any general screenings or vaccinations
Check with your Doctor to see if its time for any vaccinations, follow-up exams, or tests. For example, it might be time for you to get a Pap test, mammogram, prostate cancer screening, colon cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening, blood pressure check, tetanus shot, eye check, or other screening.

3. Write down a list of issues and questions to take with you
Review any existing health problems and note any changes.

  • Have you noticed any body changes, including lumps or skin changes?

  • Are you having pain, dizziness, fatigue, problems with urine or stool, or menstrual cycle changes?

  • Have your eating habits changed?

  • Are you experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, distress, or sleeping problems?

If so, note when the change began, how it’s different from before, and any other observation that you think might be helpful.

Getting regular check-ups is one of many things you can do to help stay healthy and prevent disease and disability.