We assure you clear, accurate and prompt results

We assure you clear, accurate and prompt results

Our Services

Head & Neck

Upper & Lower
Limbs Imaging


We provide x-ray services for all your medical examinations and health screening needs

Statutory Medical Examinations and Pre-Employment Screening necessitates a medical check-up, including various blood tests, urine tests and occasionally, a chest x-ray — after which a full doctor’s assessment of physical and mental fitness may be issued appropriately.

To finalise their application, candidates must submit their medical report, acquired from ICA-approved clinics, to the Work Pass Division of MOM or ICA, along with the IPA letter. Infectious disease carriers will not qualify for work or residency permits in Singapore.

Likewise, upon arrival in Singapore, foreign workers must undergo a medical examination by a registered local doctor, within two weeks. The medical examination form must be presented during the tests, which usually include a full medical assessment, blood tests, urine tests and a chest x-ray.

The completed medical form is required for the issuance of the Work Permit. Workers who do not pass the examination will be repatriated. Additional tests can be done based on specific health concerns.

For your convenience, please be reminded to bring your official letter of request for a health screening/medical report or Application Form and Passport.

Statutory Medical Exams
That Require Chest X-Ray

Who Needs It For What Purpose Required By
Foreign Domestic Workers (FDW), Maids/Helpers Work Permit Application, 6-Monthly Medical Examination (6ME) Ministry Of Manpower (MOM), Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)
Applicants for General Employment, Security Guards, Radiation Workers, Crane Workers, etc. Work Permit Application Ministry Of Manpower (MOM)
Early Childhood Education Workers, Employment Pass Work Permit Application Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA), Ministry Of Manpower (MOM)
S Pass, Dependent Pass, Permanent Resident (PR), Long Term Visit Pass (LTVP) Singapore Residents, Dependents of SG Residents, Visitors/Tourists, Children born out of marriage or legally adopted by a Singapore citizen or PR Ministry Of Manpower (MOM), Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)
Student Pass Applicants Overseas Study, Scholarships, Exchange Student, etc Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA), School/ Educational Institution
Vocational Driving Licence Applicants [drivers of taxi, private hire car, or bus, and school bus attendants in SG] Work Permit Application, Work Permit Renewal Land Transport Authority (LTA) Ministry Of Manpower (MOM)
Foreign Child Being Adopted By Singapore Citizen or PR Dependent's Pass for Adoption Application Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF)

What You Should Know About X-ray

What is an x-ray?

An x-ray is a digital image of the internal body composition. An x-ray machine uses invisible electromagnetic energy beams to produce images of bones and internal tissues or organs on
digital media. Standard x-rays are performed for many reasons, including diagnosing tumours or bone injuries.

Are x-rays harmful?

While x-rays do involve a small dose of radiation, the risk is generally very low compared to the benefits of the information gained from the x-ray. However, repeated exposure to x-rays over time can increase the risk of developing cancer. If you’re pregnant or think you might be, it’s important to tell your doctor before getting an x-ray.

How long does a x-ray usually take?

The actual procedure usually takes only a few minutes. However, the total time may be longer when you consider the time for check-in, changing into a gown and waiting for the technician to calibrate the equipment to our requirements.

How long does it take to get the results of an x-ray?

This process normally takes one day as the x-ray images need to be analysed by a radiologist, a doctor who specialises in interpreting these types of images. Once the radiologist has reviewed your images and written a report, it will be sent to your doctor.

Reminders Before
The Procedure

Here are some general guidelines for your convenience


Notify the staff of any metal implants from previous surgeries


Avoid wearing jewellery or clothing with metal zippers and buttons

Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or if there’s a chance you could be

Follow the x-ray technician’s instructions as they guide you into position

Remember, always ask your doctor if you have any concerns about your upcoming x-ray. If you have any questions prior to the procedure, please feel free to ask our staff, they’re there to help make the process as smooth as possible for you.

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