National University of Singapore (NUS) Health Screening


  1. Please note that screenings are only available by appointment only. No walk-ins will be allowed.
  2. In adhering to safety standards, you will only be allowed to the venue 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment.
  3. This event is open only to all current NUS staff and students. Staff or student card is required at the point of registration for your confirmed appointment.
  4. If you are unwell, or are experiencing any flu symptoms, kindly defer your appointment.



Date: 15, 16 & 17 March 2021
Time: 8.30am - 12.00pm
Venue: Level 5, Training Room 5C

Bukit Timah Campus (REGISTRATION FULL)

Date: 23, 24, 25 & 16 March 2021
Time: 8.30am - 12.00pm
Venue: Block B Level 2, Staff Lounge

Kent Ridge Campus

Date: 29 March - 31 May 2021 (Inc. Sat & Sun, Excl. PH)
Time: 8.30am - 12.00pm
Venue: Faculty of Science Level 2, S10 Multi-Purpose Room (C4-02-01), Frontier Phase 1



Frequently Asked Questions


Recommended health screening guidelines are available here. You are encouraged to refer to this list when making your selection.

Pre-screening consultation with our doctors is available here. This is extended on a complimentary basis, even if you do not decide to go for health screening thereafter.

At the time of health screening, you may further discuss your selection with our team. It is important that you select your health screening tests with appropriate guidelines, information and advice available.

If you need to reschedule your health screening appointment, please email [email protected].

If you have missed your health screening appointment, please email [email protected] to schedule an appointment at Minmed Health Screeners.

We recognize that health screening can take a variable period of up to 2 hours.

A timechit can be prepared on your request.

As health screening is done when you are well, we are unable to provide medical certificate for health screening visits.

In general, fasting for at least 8 hours is necessary when tests for cholesterol and blood glucose are involved. Drinking plain water is encouraged.

You may continue to take your regular medication for chronic diseases (e.g. hypertension, cholesterol) but are to omit your diabetic medication until you have taken your breakfast.

Please bring along:

– Identification

– NRIC/Work Permit/Passport

– Company letter, authorisation letter or staff pass (where available)

– Medical report and radiology films/reports from last health screening (where available)

See our pre-screening guide for more information. For instructions pertaining to specific tests, please see refer to specific tests under FAQ.

On arrival, we will verify your identity and registration in a contactless manner. Payment, where necessary will also be collected.

You may also be required to complete a pre-screening questionnaire prior to, or upon your arrival.

Clinical parameters (e.g. height, weight, blood pressure) will be taken.

Our staff will guide you through necessary stations in a safe and efficient manner.

The blood test will be conducted usually at the last station. Our phlebotomists are trained to ensure that your health screening is a comfortable one.

The screening process may take a variable 30 to 90 minutes.

Your health screening results will typically be available on the next working day, except for selected tests and/or imaging studies.

You will receive a notification via email once the results are ready. Kindly login to your account here.

Please note that your report is available only after you authenticate using an SMS OTP sent to your registered mobile number.

Your health screening is complete only with a doctor’s review. You may arrange an appointment for a teleconsult review here.

Your health screening is complete only with a doctor’s review. You are encouraged to make an appointment for complimentary teleconsult here.

Should you request a face-to-face consultation, please email [email protected].

Here are a few pointers for your reference:

– No definite diagnosis may be made from test results alone, and test results should be correlated with your medical history and other clinical findings.

– Screening tests may carry limitations in the capacity to identify or rule out the presence or absence of a condition. Normal test results may not necessarily mean the absence of a medical condition.

– The majority (about 95%) of a normal population test results will fall within the normal range. About 5% of the normal population test results may be slightly above or below the normal level.

– It is an acceptable fact that a normal person’s test results may fluctuate at different times although still within the normal range. This occurrence may be due to diet or other factors.

Special Conditions

When pregnant, you will typically be seeing your obstetrician regularly for follow-up and antenatal care. Screening tests necessary (e.g. screening for gestational diabetes) will typically be conducted at your O&G clinic.

It is thus recommended that you do not undergo health screening with us when pregnant. If you do wish to, you are encouraged to only evaluate your lipid profile and fasting glucose.

Certain vaccinations may not be administered when you are pregnant. Please check with our doctors for suitability via teleconsult here.

If you are breastfeeding, it is acceptable to undergo health screening. However, this should not take place in lieu of or before your post natal follow up with your obstetrician.

It is acceptable to go for health screening when you are having your menses. However, kindly refrain from submitting your urine specimen when you are having your menses. It is advisable to wait till day 5 from the last day of your menstrual cycle for better accuracy.

Pap smear studies should not be conducted until after day 8 of menses.

If you are feeling unwell, please postpone your health screening as it is an elective procedure.

You may email [email protected] to reschedule an appointment, whether it is at your office or at Minmed Health Screeners.