Comprehensive Health Checkup Center

We provide comprehensive health checkup unified in one place with beautiful. Modern, and comfortable atmosphere. The hospital recommends the design of a health check-up program to suit the health and lifestyle of the individual.

  • Design of health check-up program suitable to each individual patient
  • Comparative analysis of health examination results for 3 years
  • Evaluate future health trends.
  • Health checkup for life insurance
  • Health checkup for benefactor clients of insurance company
  • Health checkup for traveling abroad
  • Health checkup for work permit
  • Health checkup for workers
  • Health checkup with occupational health analysis
  • Recommendation on suitable vaccines for each individual patient
  • A thorough physical examination
  • Assessment from patient’s history
  • Laboratory tests which are certified according to international standards, including cancer screening
  • Radiology
  •     - Digital Mammogram & Ultrasound
        - Ultrasound
        - Chest X-Ray

  • Gastrointestinal examination (Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease Center)
  •     - Colonoscopy
        - Gastroenterology Endoscopy
        - Gastric laparoscopy

  • Heart assessment (Cardiovascular Clinic)
  •     - 24 Hour Holter ECG Monitoring
        - Electrocardiogram
        - The performance of the heart during exercise.
        - Echocardiography

  • Dental examination by a dentist (Dental Center)
  • Eye examination by an ophthalmologist
  • Pulmonary function test (Allergy center)
  • Audiometry (Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic)
  •     - Hearing screening in children (Otoacoustic Emissions: OAE)
        - Pure-tone hearing tests (Audiogram)
        - Middle ear pressure measurement (Tympanogram)
        - Endoscopic examination of the ear, nose and throat (Endoscopy)

  • Gynecological examination (Obstetrics and Gynecology Center)
  •     - Thin Prep cervical cancer screening
        - Menopausal screening
        - Fertility tests

  • Vaccination
  • Private physical examination and counseling rooms
  • Blood drawing room
  • Vital signs and visual examination room
  • Electrocardiogram and heart fitness test while exercising room
  • Obstetrics and gynecology examination room
  • Radiation and laboratory rooms
  • Preparation before getting blood tests

    1. Ensure enough sleep. Do not under sleep the day before the test
    2. Avoid alcoholic and caffeine drinks the day before the test
    3. In case of blood sugar level test, abstain from food and water for at least 6 hours prior to blood collection
    4. In case of lipid blood test, abstain from food and water for at least 10-12 hours prior to blood collection
    5. Wear clothes that allow convenience to draw blood at the crook of the arm
    6. After the blood is drawn, use your fingers to gently press down on the plaster of the exact position of the wound for about 5 minutes, until the bleeding stops. Do not massage the wound as it may cause a bruise.
    7. People who are easily bruised, or always bruised after a blood test, including those with blood diseases, or with poor blood clots should remain still and continue pressing the needle wound until the bleeding complete stops before proceeding to other activities.

    The instructions for collecting urine – feces

    1. Clean the outside of the excretory organs with clean water before storing urine
    2. The use of cleansing tissues could result in contamination from the tissue
    3. Start to urinate and collect a sample of urine "mid-stream". Do not collect the first and last part of urine that comes out.
    4. If feces sample is also needed, collect the urine sample first to avoid contamination.
    5. Blood tests should not be done during the menstruation period as the urine may contain red blood cells and may result in error in test results

    Instructions before health checkup using special equipment

    Chest X-ray

  • Avoid wearing metal jewelry on the day
  • X-ray is not recommended if suspect of pregnancy. In this case, please inform the staff before the X-ray.
  • Mammogram

  • Should be 7 days before or after a menstruation period
  • Avoid applying body powder, body lotions, body cream, and deodorant on the breast and armpit on the day of the test
  • Avoid high-fat diet for 3 days before the test
  • Obstetrics and gynecology test – cervical cancer screening

  • Do not insert the suppository drugs or vaginal douche
  • Abstain from sexual intercourse 24-48 hours before the test
  • Should not be examined during menstruation or if there is an inflammation of the cervix, it should be cured first
  • Colonoscopy

  • Eat light diet such as rice and porridge, eggs, fish, tofu, 2 days before the test. Vegetables and fruits should be avoided
  • Take laxatives after dinner or before bed for 2 days
  • Upper abdomen ultrasound

  • Should abstain from food and water for 6 hours before the test. If thirsty, sip a little water.
  • Lower abdomen ultrasound

  • Drink plenty of water, wait until feeling the urinary urgency, then proceed to the test
  • Exercise Stress Test (EST)

  • Should refrain from tea and coffee on the day of the examination
  • Little food can be eaten but not until completely full
  • Avoid smoking at least 2 hours before the examination
  • Bring walking shoes to help test more convenient
  • Bone mineral density test

  • Inform doctors or radiologists if pregnancy is suspected. The test cannot be performed on pregnant women
  • Ask your doctor if you have ever had a radioactive iodine uptake test or radio contrast agents for a CT scan before. The test may be postponed for 2 weeks
  • Food and drink can be taken normally on the day of the test
  • Working hours

    Monday - Sunday 07.00 – 18.00 hrs.

    For more information or an appointment in advanceTel. 0-2431-0054, 0-2117-4999 ext. 2400,2401