Home Health Screening

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Home Health Screening FAQs

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How does Home Health Screening work?

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Book a Home Health Screening appointment at your preferred date and time below.

Confirmation

Our mobile screening team will confirm the appointment and conduct the health screening at the convenience of your home. Fasting is not required as our health screening packages are clinically designed to replace Fasting Glucose to HbA1c and Cholesterol LDL to Direct LDL (DDL).”

Health Screening Report

Your health screening report will be sent to you via our My Journey mobile app. Simply download the app and register an account. You will receive a notification once your screening report is ready.

Medical Review

Our health screening reports are designed to be easily understandable and include basic explanation of your results. If a further review is required, you can speak with our doctors via teleconsultation at no cost.

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Home Health Screening FAQs

1) Is there a need to fast before the home health screening?

Fasting is not required as our health screening packages are clinically designed to replace Fasting Glucose to HbA1c and Cholesterol LDL to Direct LDL (DDL).

2) What if I am not home during the appointed time?

If you are not home at the appointed date and time, you can arrange for our mobile team to visit again on another day. Please do note, that a supplementary transportation fee of ($30) is incurred when you have to make a change of date. Please email us for more enquires.

3) Is it possible to change the appointment time and date?

Yes, you can by dropping us an email or whatsapp message at least 48 hours in advance. This is to help with the ease of planning your next possible appointment.

4) Where/How do I make an appointment for my home health screening?

Our mobile team conducts health screening for you in the comfort of your home. Here are our available packages.


Upon selecting the package of your choice, you will be asked to select your home location by zones. Thereafter, select a date and time that is suitable for you.


Your booking will be confirmed upon completion of payment.


Should you need to make changes to your appointment date or time, please drop us an email.

5) Is it possible to book on behalf of a family member?

Yes, you may book an appointment on behalf of a family member either before or during the screening day. If you have booked the slot on the day itself, the additional payment will be collected on the spot (Refer to FAQ Qn 1).


It is recommended to be present along with the family member you have booked the screening for, should your assistance in furnishing the necessary medical information at any point during the screening arise.

6) Where/How do I make payment for home health screening?

After you have selected your package, date and time, payment will be made online during the booking process via online payment
mode.


For additional participants, payment will be collected on the screening day itself.

7) What are the things that I need to prepare for the home health screening?

No fasting is required. Consumption of plain water is encouraged. You may continue to take your regular medication, except for diabetic medication.


We will also request for your NRIC/FIN/Passport for verification purposes on the day of the screening. Do notify us if you are feeling unwell (eg. fever, cough, cold, flu, sore throat) or under home self-recovery (ie. quarantine).

8) What if I cannot provide a urine specimen as required during the screening?

If you are unable to provide the specimen during the visit, you may drop it off at MHC Main Office located at One Commonwealth from Monday to Friday, 10 am to 3pm.

9) How long does it take for the results to be processed and what are the procedures after?

A health screening visit at home will typically take 30-40 minutes.


Our mobile team will verify your particulars, package you have chosen and payment details.


From there, we will conduct blood test first. Then, we will take measurements of your height, weight, blood pressure, SpO2 level and vision tests.


Our staff are trained and certified for the phlebotomy services.

10) Where/ how do I arrange for a teleconsult with a doctor?

You can arrange a teleconsult appointment at a later date (more details will be provided to you).


During the consultation, the doctor will discuss on the findings and results of the health screening. The doctor will recommend necessary lifestyle changes and the appropriate referral or follow-up, should there be any.


The post-screening teleconsultation is complimentary.


Medications, follow-up treatment plans and blood retest examination are subject to charges during the post-health screening session.

11) How do I know when the results are ready?

The complete study of the screening results will typically be available 5-7 working days from the time of the home health screening. You will receive a notification via email once the results are ready. Kindly login to MyJourney app to take a look at your results. Please note that your report is available only after you have an account with MyJourney.

12) What is the next step after I receive my health screening results?

You may refer to our website to book a consultation with the doctor on the review of your results.


Here are a few pointers for your reference:

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


b) Screening tests may carry limitations in the capacity to identify or rule out the presence or absence of a condition.


c) Normal test results may not necessarily mean the absence of a medical condition. 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.