• To know the condition or state of one’s body.
  • To prevent sickness or diseases.
  • To get early treatment when sickness or disease occurs.

Executive Health check up professionals

The executive health check up is staffed with professional physicians and nurses and is headed by Brig. (R) Dr. Lubna.

Physical Examination

  • Blood pressure rate whether normal or not.
  • Weight and height to check balance between the two.
  • General characteristics of various organs such as ears, nose, throat, lungs and heartbeat whether normal or not.

Chest X-Ray

To check the state of the lungs especially of smokers or individuals affected by toxic substances or diseases such as tuberculosis or swollen lungs that render the lungs abnormal.

Blood Examination (Laboratory Test)

Complete Blood Count (CBC) is to check the density of blood, the number of white and red blood cells and the different types of white blood cells whether they are at a normal level or not. The check also indicates any blood diseases or infections that may be prevalent.

Lipid Profile (Cholesterol, Triglyceride, HDL-C, LDL-C)

Fasting Blood Sugar to check sugar level in the blood to determine existence of diabetes.This is to check the fatty content in the blood whether it is over the limit or not
which may cause high blood pressure or risk having blocked arteries especially those arteries that feed the heart muscles that can damage heart muscles or cause death. Should it be the arteries that feed the brain, then it may cause a stroke and subsequent paralysis.

Kidney Function (BUN, Creatinine)

This is to check the state of kidney by measuring the chemical level in the blood that can indicate level of kidney deterioration or damage.

Liver Function (SGOT, SGPT, Alkaline Phosphate)

It is to check the normalcy of liver enzyme. A higher value than normal is an indicator of possible abnormal liver cells.

Urine Examination

Uric Acid test is to check for gout that is caused by a high rate of uric acid. To check for abnormalities of the urinary tract such as inflamed urine bladder or kidney
disease.

Stool Examination

To check for various parasites and check whether the excretion system is normal or not through observation of blood traces in stool that can be caused by a disorder of the intestine.

Electrocardiogram (ECG)

To check the state of the heart muscles and the heartbeat rhythm from which the doctor can diagnose the existence of heart disease such as indicated by lack of blood feeding the heart.

Ultrasound of Upper Abdomen

To check for abnormalities of organs in the upper abdomen such as liver, kidney, spleen, gall bladder, common bile duct and pancreas.

  • Get sufficient rest.
  • Stop eating and drinking 8 hours before examination.
  • Wear clothes that offer convenience for drawing blood from near the elbow area.
  • If suspecting of being pregnant, then inform the official in advance prior to the check-up.
  • In collecting urine, allow the first portion to drain out and collect during the middle portion while urinating.
  • In collecting stool, please avoid food that is blood such as pork blood, duck blood, and blood salad at least 3 days prior to the collection of the stool, to be collected on the morning of the check-up in a container provided by the Hospital.
  • If you have previous X-Ray films, please bring them with you every time for your own benefit.
  • Please avoid consuming food and water at least 8 hours prior to check-up

Assessments are carried out in comfortable and welcoming surroundings with each client being assigned their own nurse to guide them through each stage of the health check in a calm and relaxed manner.
A qualified doctor will carry out the health check. Most of our units are able to provide preliminary results on the day which will give the doctor the opportunity to discuss his/her findings in advance of the detailed written report which will follow within the next 7 days.This report includes interpretation of all the test results and recommendations for improving and maintaining health. Consultations and medical reports are completely confidential.

Health Check Program is for everyone. Especially those who have no symptoms, but who may have significant risk factors. With heart, lung, bowel, liver and kidney disease and cancer among the most common causes of long-term illness and premature death in the country, early detection is an important form of disease prevention.
For those with a personal or family history of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, chest pain, smoking or a sedentary lifestyle a Health Check should be considered at an early age.