Cardiology (Heart Care)
Clinical Laboratory Services
Ear, Nose & Throat (Ent)
Intensive Care Unit (I.C.U) & Stroke Unit
Minimal Access, Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Women Care)
Oncology & Hematology
Ophthalmology (Eye Care)
Orthopedics (Bone, Joint Trauma Care)
Pain Management Clinic
Pediatrics (Child Care)
Radiology & Imaging
Health assessments are typically conducted by healthcare professionals who are trained to evaluate an individual's physical and mental health. The assessment may involve taking a detailed medical history, performing a physical examination, and conducting laboratory tests to screen for potential health issues.
By identifying potential health problems early on, healthcare professionals can provide appropriate interventions to prevent or manage health issues. Regular health assessments can also help individuals stay informed about their health status and make informed decisions about their healthcare.
Some common health assessments may include measuring vital signs such as blood pressure, heart rate, and body temperature. Laboratory tests may be conducted to check cholesterol levels, blood sugar levels, or other indicators of potential health problems.
Mental health assessments may also be a part of a comprehensive health assessment, particularly if an individual is experiencing symptoms of anxiety, depression, or other mental health concerns. These assessments can help identify potential mental health issues and provide appropriate interventions and treatments.