Pre-employment checkups are a way to determine baseline health data from which the long term health status of the worker can be determined. It's also a way of identifying existing medical conditions and contagious diseases.
For people between the age of 30-40- around once every two years, 40-60- once a year and above 60- twice a year or as recommended by your healthcare provider.
Regular health checkups help
Every test will have different preparation needs but the general instructions include getting enough sleep the night before, to not eat or drink at least 8 – 10 hours prior to the check-up (for blood glucose, kidney and liver function test and more), no alcohol for at least 24 hours prior, wear comfortable clothing that can provide access to upper arm for blood retrieval. Ask our experts about all the instructions beforehand. .
Our staff strives to make each interaction with patients clear, concise, and inviting.