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Our on-site health screening at TheTestingPOD, operating daily and located conveniently across Singapore allows you to arrange your health screening even on weekends. Our various packages offered are designed to offer comprehensive screening for individuals to take proactive care of their health.
Located at Basement 1,
20 Upper Circular Road,
Monday to Sunday
9am to 5pm
(Lunch Break: 1pm to 2pm)
Comprises:Urine FEMEBlood CountCholesterolDiabetesBlood Pressure
Body Mass IndexHeight, Weightand Waist MeasurementHSAA Report
KidneyLiverBoneGoutHepatitis A, BArthritisThyroid
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Please select your preferred location of TheTestingPOD to book your appointment with us.
Booking an appointment would allow us to prepare in advance for tests. This allows you to have a smooth and seamless experience. However, you may also walk-in to any of TheTestingPOD from Monday to Sunday from 9am to 5pm. (closed for lunch from 1pm to 2pm).
You may reschedule your confirmed appointment by contacting us at 8011-8728 or via email at email@example.com from Monday to Sunday, 9am to 7pm.
If you are late for your confirmed health screening appointment, you may still walk-in during the stipulated operating hours. You may need to wait longer should there be anyone arriving after you have missed your confirmed appointment.
We require your NRIC or passport for registration and verification at TheTestingPOD.
We only only accept cashless payment for all health screening packages at TheTestingPOD which include credit card, NETS and PayNow
Your health screening report will be available within three (3) working days. You will receive a notification via email once your report is ready.
If you are feeling unwell, we advise that you postpone your health screening as it is an elective procedure. You may reschedule your confirmed appointment by contacting us at 8011-8728 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org from Monday to Sunday, 9am to 7pm.
We advise that you wait for a month after recovery.
We advise that you conduct your health screening two (2) weeks after any vaccination.
Generally, you will have regular follow-up and antenatal care with your obstetrician for regular antenatal care and follow-up. It is thus recommended that you check with your obstetrician before scheduling for health screening.
Since urine sample will be taken, health screening should be done 5 to 7 days after the last day of menstruation.
You need not restrict yourself to health screening to be conducted in the morning after a night of fasting. You have the flexibility to arrange for your health screening at any time of the day. This will benefit those with diabetes as it reduces the risk of hypoglycaemia.
Local studies have shown that there are insignificant differences for cholesterol levels between fasted and non-fasted blood samples.
Screening for diabetes is to ascertain your blood glucose control. Studies have shown that haemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) test is a blood test that shows your average blood sugar (glucose) level over the last three (3) months by measuring your sugar molecules attached to your red blood cells. It is known to be a more accurate measurement for persons at risk than the commonly used measurement of fasting glucose.
We will advise that you avoid a heavy meal and caffeinated beverages immediately prior to your health screening; and avoid alcohol at least 24 hours prior to your health screening.
You can continue to take them as per your usual routine.
Non-fasting Health Screening is suitable for the majority.
It is advisable that if you are anaemic, you are unsuitable for the blood glucose test, i.e., haemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) test that measures the degree of sugar associated with red blood cells.