Whole Body Check Up

A comprehensive full body check-up.
It includes 2 consultations with GP/ family medicine specialist, extensive investigations for early
detection of diabetes, cancer as well as problems with heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, bowels and other

AED 11,000 – $ 3,064 (for men)
AED 12,000 – $ 3,342 (for women)


On the day of the initial consultation the patient needs to come to the hospital/ clinic fasting for 12
hours and wearing light clothes. Patient should avoid eating, drinking including tea, coffee, avoid
smoking and chewing gum; small amounts of water allowed. After a consultation with the doctor you
will be undergoing series of lab and radiology, as well as cardio-pulmonary tests. Once the results of
the tests are ready, you will be called back for a final appointment to discuss the findings and you will
be provided a medical summary. You might be required to visit the clinic/ hospital more than once in
order to complete the investigations and consultations with different specialists.

In details, our Whole Body Check-up includes:

  • Initial consultation with GP/ Family Medicine Specialist
  • Follow-up consultation with Family Medicine Specialist with medical summary
  • Consultation with Nutritionist
  • Cardiology consultation with electrocardiogram (ECG), stress test (TMT), pulmonary function test (PFT- only in Marina branch) and echocardiogram
  • Ear, nose and throat (ENT) consultation with a hearing test
  • Vision test by optometrist (only in Marina branch)
  • Gynecology consultation for women including screening test for cervical cancer (PAP smear)
  • Dental consultation
  • Laboratory investigations:
    1. Blood sample:
      • Complete blood count (CBC) to detect anemia, bleeding tendencies and blood cancers
      • amongst other problems
      • Peripheral smear to detect blood cancers
      • Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) to detect inflammation
      • Fasting blood sugar (FBS) and insulin to detect diabetes
      • Uric acid to check for gout
      • Analysis of blood fats (lipid profile) to detect predisposition to clogging of your arteries
      • Cardiac biomarkers (Serum Homocysteine, Lipoprotein A, Apolipoprotein A1 and B,
      • Fibrinogen and High-sensitivity CRP)
      • Liver function tests to detect liver damage
      • Examination of vitamin D3 levels
      • Screening for Hepatitis B (HbsAg), Hepatitis C (HCV Ab’s) & HIV
      • Renal panel
      • Analysis of thyroid hormone (TSH)
      • Free and Total Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) (for men)
    2. Urine test
    3. Stool test for occult blood
  • Radiological examination:
    1. Chest X-ray (PA and Lateral views)
    2. Ultrasound screening of abdomen & pelvis (for women), abdomen (including kidneys, ureter and bladder) and prostate (for men)
    3. Ultrasound of carotid arteries
    4. Ultrasound of thyroid
    5. Mammogram (for women above 40 years old)
    6. Breast ultrasound (for women below 40 years old)