We are near Manila Med and Emilio Aguinaldo College; just a few steps from UN LRT Station
We provide highly efficient and flexible onsite clinical staff, also available for night shift:
b. Medical Technologist
c. Radiologist Technologist
For individuals, yes, we do.
Yes, we facilitate onsite A.P.E.s. If your HMO provider is MediCard, your Human Resources may set a schedule though your Account Officer. We also facilitate A.P.E.s of SMEs and companies under other HMOs.
We can cater up to 250 employees in a day since we can adjust the number of onsite clinical staff.
We send the results directly to your company.
a. Wash and dry your hands before and after collection.
b. Wash your urogenital area with a towelette or napkin.
c. Pass a small amount of urine into the toilet and midways through an empty sterile container up to half or two-thirds.
d. Submit the sample to the laboratory as soon as possible.
5 days after your menstruation ends
a. Use a wide-mouthed container, labeled with name, control number and date/time of collection.
b. Sample should not be contaminated with toilet paper, water, urine or other materials.
c. Unlabeled and leaking container cannot be accepted.
d. Collect parts of your stool which contains pus, mucous or blood. A small amount (pea/thumb size) is enough.
e. If your stools are loose, pass directly into the container.
f. Submit the sample to the laboratory within 3 hours after collection.
This intended for females 35 years old, or otherwise specified by the company, or if requested by a physician
The best time is to have it in the middle of your menstrual cycle. Schedule the test 7 days after your menstruation ended.
a. Abstain from sexual intercourse 72 hours before the test.
b. Avoid douches, vaginal contraceptives (tampon, vaginal cream, BC foam or jellies) and vaginal medication 72 hours before the test.
Yes, if you are availing yourself of the Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS) test.
8-10 hours overnight fasting is ideal (you must not eat or drink the night before)
3-4 hours bed rest is encouraged prior to blood extraction
a. No solid food including chewing gums, candies and medications
b. No liquid such as water, alcohol, caffeinated beverages
c. No cigarette smoking
CBC, Lipid Profile, Uric Acid, BUN, Liver Function Tests
For patients who experience this, apply necessary pressure to the affected area for 5-10 minutes and apply cold packs within the first 24 hours, followed by a warm compress for the next few days (if bruising is persistent).
This examination is intended for both males and females 35 years old or older, or if prescribed by a physician.
a. Do not apply lotion, oil or powder on your chest.
b. Remove metals or jewelry from the body.