Ministry of Health recommends all individuals, regardless of their health status, to get an annual health exam done by a qualified physician to ensure healthy living and quality lifestyle. This also allows your physician to address potential health issues before they manifest in otherwise healthy individuals. Your annual physical health exam is one of the best ways to be proactive about your health.

Typically, physicians assess your overall health, identify behaviors or conditions which increase risks of diseases and determine whether or not you need to address any pressing health or lifestyle issues.

During your annual exam, you may undergo a series of blood tests and other routine tests that are indicators of various unforeseen health issues. These include vitamin deficiencies, neurological problems, hormonal imbalances etc.

What can you expect?

A physician will do a comprehensive medical history and physical exam as well as other diagnostic tests to determine if the patient is in good health. The physician will discuss their findings and go over treatment plans including recommended behavior and lifestyle changes.

During assessment, if the physician notes any significant concerns, they may refer you to an appropriate specialist to have an in-depth examination.

Will I be required to provide a urine or blood sample?

During medical evaluation, physician will determine if you will have to provide urine or blood sample

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