If you are not already doing regular health screenings and you are an Income insurance policyholder, here is an opportunity for you! Income is offering their policy holders complimentary health screenings by Royal Healthcare. According to an email invitation from Income received by some of our staff, this free basic health screening “consists of a medical examination, assessment, and lab analysis – to allow you to better understand your health conditions in the areas of blood pressure, blood glucose, cholesterol profile and more”. For those who want to have more comprehensive tests, there will also be “other medical screening packages available from $68 onwards.”
Sounds Good? Timing And Location
The free health screening is available for 1 day only, and slots are limited. Sign up quickly if you wish to grab a slot for yourself.
Date: 11th March 2023, Saturday.
Time: 8.30am to 12.30pm.
Venue: Tampines Branch 2 Tampines Central 6 #01-01, Income at Tampines Point, Singapore 529483
How To Sign Up For This Complimentary Health Screening
Registration is via a link provided by Income in their notification email. Find this email in your inbox, or check your spam box, just in case.
Be Proactive In Protecting Your Health
Health screenings help in the early detection of diseases or health conditions, and also allows patients to understand their risks of developing chronic diseases and health conditions. This is important as you may not always exhibit symptom or indicators of sickness until the disease has become more advanced. Early discovery, treatment and control of the symptoms can result in more favourable treatment outcomes and reduce the chances of serious consequences.
Further Reading On Medical And Health Screenings That Might Interest You
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This article is informative only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.