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Comprehensive health screening is an important way to maintain your health as you age and this is one of the most detailed we have developed. It covers all the screenings that you may need to undergo for cancer, heart disease, liver and kidney disease and diabetes with added focus on colon health.

Around age 45, both men and women should start getting screened for colorectal cancer. This is usually done through a colonoscopy, which looks for signs of cancer in the large intestine (colon) and rectum. There are several reasons why screening for colorectal cancer is so important. First, it is one of the most common types of cancer, second, it is often asymptomatic, third, and most importantly it can find precancerous polyps. Removing these polyps can prevent colorectal cancer from ever developing.

This is a full day health check done on weekdays, and takes around 6-7 hours.

Regular check-ups can help catch problems early, when they are most treatable. Speak to our executive health screening team about which screenings are right for you 2849 0338.

HK$ 36,880

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Package Content



  • Questionnaire - medical, lifestyle, family, social and employment history
  • Physical examination by a primary healthcare physician
  • Breast / testicular examination

Health education


  • Skin cancer advice
  • Education and information on regular breast or testicular self-checks

Laboratory investigation


• Complete blood count • Erythrocyte sedimentation rate
• Liver function test • Renal function test
• Electrolytes • Calcium
• Vitamin D • Thyroid function test
• Fasting blood glucose • Lipid profile
• High sensitive CRP • Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH)
• Hepatitis A & B • Uric acid
• Syphilis • Urea breath test
• Urinalysis • Pap smear (female only)

Tumour markers:

  • Liver: AFP (Hepatitis B carriers only)
  • Ovary: CA125 (female age 45 or above)
  • Prostate: PSA (male age 45 or above)
  • Nasopharygeal: EBV (Indicated for Chinese from South China only)

Medical imaging

  • CT heart scan
  • Chest X-ray (one view)
  • Upper abdomen ultrasound
  • Prostate ultrasound (male only)
  • Breast ultrasound OR mammogram (female age 44 or above only)

Other tests

  • Resting electrocardiogram (Report by a cardiologist)
  • Vision tests—far, near & colour vision, tonometry and non-mydriatic fundus photo
  • Audiogram
  • Ankle-brachial pressure index (ABPI, age 40 or above)
  • Colonoscopy performed by a specialist (Extra charges if MAC is used)

The package also includes:

  • Bowel preparation for colonoscopy
  • Use of a private room after colonoscopy for the rest of the health assessment
  • In-room lunch
  • Doctor’s report with summary and recommendation
  • A complimentary follow-up consultation with a doctor within three months after assessment for further discussion and explanation of the assessment outcome
  • IV Sedation during colonoscopy procedure


Extra charges and Optional Item

Extra charges for biopsy or polypectomy

Separate charges for proctoscopy, biopsies or removal of polyps are listed below for reference. The final price will depend on the to the total number of polyps removed during the procedure.

  • Doctor’s fees: HK$1,500 to HK$5,500
  • Hospital charges: HK$880 to HK$1,650
  • Laboratory charges: HK$1,000 to HK$2,000 per polyp

For detailed information on the tests click here.

Optional extras*

  • MRI Whole Body ($15,471)
  • CT Coronary Angiogram ($7,083)
  • DEXA Bone Scan ($990)
  • Allergy Test ($2,250)
  • HIV Antigen & Antibody ($540)
  • Low Dose CT Thorax ($3,420)
  • Sleep study ($9,800+ extra doctor fee)

All packaged items are fixed. If tests are declined or not conducted, there will be no refund nor exchange. Prices are subject to change without prior notice.

For appointment and enquiry, please contact : 2849 0338
Health Assessment Department
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41 Mount Kellett Road, The Peak

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