Royal Comprehensive Health Check Plan
甲狀腺功能 (TSH, F-T4)
糖化血紅蛋白 HbA1c $310
人類乳頭狀瘤病毒測試 (基因分型) HPV DNA $1,030
愛滋病篩檢 Anti-HIV1/2 $480
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[Limited Time Offer] The Royal Comprehensive Health Check Plan (56 items) is at half price, enjoy the cost-effective plan that only costs you $2,800!
Routine Blood Tests
Thyroid Function (TSH, F-T4)
Tissue Inflammation Screening
Osteoporosis: Calcium, Iron, Serum Tests Liver, Gallbladder and Kidney function Tests
Electrocardiogram Chest X-ray
Tumor Markers (AFP, CEA, CA19-9)
Uric Acid Test
Stool and Urine Test
1. Glycosylated haemoglobin HbA1c $310
2. Breast Sonography $980
3. Pelvis Sonography $890
4. Upper Abdominal Sonography $1,420
5. Liver Sonography $1,050
6. Thyroid Sonography $1,100
7. Prostate Sonography $1,100
8. Pap Smear $560
9. Trichomonas & Monilia (T&M) Smear $210
10. Human papillomavirus test (genotyping) HPV DNA $1,030
11. AIDS Screening Anti-HIV1/2 $480
Men and women aged 18 or above
First time or regular health checkers
Book now as limited quota is available for medical check-ups.
WhatsApp快線查詢及預約：(+852) 6324 5948 ，工作天內即時回覆，到店後可享用會員價。
The Royal Comprehensive Health Check Plan (56 items) is at half price, enjoy the cost-effective plan that only costs you $2,800! Contact us via WhatsApp: (+852) 6324 5948 for inquiries and appointments. Enjoy our membership discount and consultancy services upon your arrival. Please leave your name and availability via WhatsApp. We will respond within a business day.
1. 以上項目只適用於醫思健康(EC Healthcare)旗下品牌並年滿18歲或以上的會員。
6. 如有任何爭議，醫思健康(EC Healthcare)將保留最終決定權。
20歲起已可定期接受婦科檢查，有性經驗的女性建議接受子宮頸篩查（柏氏抹片檢查及HPV病毒），以檢測子宮頸細胞有否異常。部份婦科病初期病徵不明顯，如子宮頸癌、乳癌、卵巢水瘤或纖維瘤及性病，定期檢查方法有助預防和掌握子宮頸細胞健康狀況。 30歲或以上女士建議接受乳房超聲波檢查，檢查乳房有否出現水囊和腫瘤，並可顯示乳腺各層結構、腫塊形狀和質地。盆腔超聲波則可檢查子宮及卵巢有否出現異常，如水瘤、子宮肌瘤及朱古力瘤等問題，有助及早發現子宮頸癌及卵巢癌。配搭乳房CA 15.3及卵巢CA125腫瘤標記，可及早發現患癌風險，第一期卵巢癌的5年存活率更高達9成！
預約時間最少於1個工作天之前登記，可致電 (852) 2156 5857預約，或透過WhatsApp按鈕 (852) 6324 5948留下姓名及聯絡電話，客服專員於一個工作天內回覆。需視乎檢查套餐的內容，部份計劃不需要空腹檢驗，如加心康無創心血管檢測，則可以安排下午進行。
Why is it crucial to have regular medical check-ups? How often should I have a health screening?
It is recommended that adults aged 18 or above should undergo a regular health screening every year to detect potential health disorders or hidden illnesses. High risk groups and elderly should have their physical examinations every six months as it can be difficult to diagnose diseases in the early stages. Behavioural risk factors such as smoking, alcohol consumption, lack of sleep and exercise are also attributed to poor health, a comprehensive health screening can be conducted to acquire a full understanding of your physical condition. Individuals who have family history with serious illnesses like cancer or heart disease, should undergo appropriate health checks according to their needs.
What should middle-aged women pay attention to when choosing for a health check?
Regular gynaecological check-ups are available from the age of 20. For those who had sexual experience should undergo cervical screening (Pap smear and HPV) to detect abnormalities on cervical tissues. Some gynaecological diseases may have initial symptoms that are not obvious, such as cervical cancer, breast cancer, ovarian cyst or fibroid tumor, and STDs, regular check-ups can help prevent relevant diseases and manage the health of cervical cells. It is recommended for women aged 30 or above to have a breast sonography to check for breast cysts and tumors, as well as the structure of each layer of the mammary gland, the shape and texture of the masses. In addition, pelvic sonography can be used to detect uterus and ovaries abnormalities, such as cysts, uterine fibroids and endometrioma and so forth, which is conducive to early detection of cervical and ovarian cancer. Combined with tumor markers CA15-3 and CA 125, breast and ovarian cancer can be detected in an early stage, noting that the 5-year survival rate for stage I ovarian cancer can reach as high as 90%!
In addition to regular gynaecological check-ups and cervical smears, the doctor will recommend breast examinations, including mammography and sonography, depending on the risk of developing breast cancer. Bone densitometry is also recommended for older post-menopausal women or those who are underweight.
What are the common health concerns and screening items for men?
Common health concerns in men include heart disease, colorectal cancer, lung cancer, nasopharyngeal cancer, prostate cancer and testicular cancer. Physical examinations for men generally include: routine blood test, test for blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels, hepatitis test, electrocardiogram, chest and abdominal X-ray, faecal occult blood test, tumor markers for pancreatic, nasopharyngeal and prostate cancer, sonography, thyroid function screening, etc. These tests could help to assess top health risks for men, in particular colon cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, coronary heart disease, liver cirrhosis. Consider STD screening, fertility hormone and sexual health screening such as HPV DNA, syphilis spirochetes, HIV antibodies and antigens and testosterone if required, for a better preparation for marriage and childbirth.
What are the symptoms of thyroid cancer?
Malignant lymphoma and malignant metastasis cancer are rare, 95% or above malignant thyroid tumors are primary thyroid carcer, among which 60% are papillary cancer, and it is most common in young women. While early signs may be mild and go unnoticed, the growing cancer tumor can cause tracheal and oesophageal compression that trigger symptoms like dyspnoea and dysphagia, and may result in the invasion of larynx nerve that contributes to voice hoarseness. At early stages of papillary thyroid cancer, the lump is usually found in a side of the thyroid gland. The lump can move up and down as the person swallows. Early-stage cancer is difficult to distinguish malignant tumors from benign tumors in the clinical setting, and metastatic cervical lymph node swelling ensues. The tumor may show signs of compression or distant metastases to bone, lung, brain and so on as it grows.
What is the typical cost of a medical check-up plan?
re:HEALTH offers a variety of packages for medical check-up. Our standard health check-up package starts from $980, depending on your physical condition and needs. Please leave your name and contact number for enquiries about the check-up fees via WhatsApp. Our customer service team would advise you on the most suitable screening plan for you within a business day.
How long does it take to make an appointment?
Please make your appointment at least 1 working day in advance. Call (852) 2156 5857 or leave your name and contact number via WhatsApp (852) 6324 5948. We will respond within a business day. Depending on packages, some tests will not require you to fast beforehand, for example, it is not needed for HOTMAN System non-invasive cardiovascular examination, thereby test can be scheduled in the afternoon.
Is there anything in particular I should prepare for?
You need to be fasted for eight hours before your blood glucose test, i.e. no food intake in the morning before your examination. Only small portion of water intake is allowed.
Can I ask for a female doctor?
Yes, our medical team includes female healthcare professionals.