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veryconcern

Medical check up, X-ray, and blood test...

Post by veryconcern » Wed, 09 Mar 2005 8:26 pm

I will apply for EP, but it requires Medical Check up, X-ray and blood test. I'd like to know how much do they cost for those services in Spore, and where is the best place to go for the check up? How long does the process take?

Anyone has this experience before?
Thanks a lot for advice...
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ringo100
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Post by ringo100 » Wed, 09 Mar 2005 8:50 pm

Are you sure? I never needed any testing and I don't know anyone else that has either.

kamran

medical tests..

Post by kamran » Mon, 11 Apr 2005 5:28 pm

ringo100 wrote:Are you sure? I never needed any testing and I don't know anyone else that has either.
But I read in websites that MOM will ensure that all the EP(p1,p2,q1,s) holders will undergo medical examinations(Chest X-ray,test for TB,test for HIV).
Is it not mandatory.

kamaran

Re: medical tests..

Post by kamaran » Fri, 15 Apr 2005 12:19 pm

kamran wrote:
ringo100 wrote:Are you sure? I never needed any testing and I don't know anyone else that has either.
But I read in websites that MOM will ensure that all the EP(p1,p2,q1,s) holders will undergo medical examinations(Chest X-ray,test for TB,test for HIV).
Is it not mandatory.
Anybody there....

Vanyh
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X-Ray and blood test

Post by Vanyh » Sat, 16 Apr 2005 12:20 pm

Hi,

I also had to go through blood test and chest Xray. My doctor is at the International Medical Clinic (Tanglin Shopping Center), and he prescribed me the exams. The chest Xrays were done at Medical Imaging (62381221) and were 38+GST dollars, the blood test was taken at the Clinic for 20+GST dollars.

PeterSG

Tests

Post by PeterSG » Mon, 18 Apr 2005 5:33 pm

Yes, for EP you require X-ray for TB and blood test for HIV

If you go to a Raffles Clinic, the cost is about $35 for both - and for the form filling - and it takes one week. Go to a Raffles Clinic with x-ray for speed

Peter

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