NUS Public Health Service

Public Health Service (previously known as Public Health Screening) is an annual project organised by the NUS Medical Society that aims to raise health awareness among Singapore’s public. Now into its 12th year, the project has established itself as one of the largest free public health screenings and has been featured on various media platforms. The project is held free of charge and has 3 main components, including health promotion, health screening and follow-up.


Date: Saturday 21st October 2017
Time: 11am – 4pm
Venue: Canopy at JLink (5 minute walk from Jurong East Mrt)
Age: 40 years old and above
(Singapore Citizen/Singapore PR only)
Here is the Medical Screening Component:
Body mass index (BMI)
Blood pressure measurement
Fasting venous glucose and cholesterol (Phlebotomy)
Faecal Immunochemical Test kit (FIT)
Women’s Cancer Education
Oral health
Geriatric component (including visual acuity, glaucoma, auditory and fall risk assessment)
Questionnaire for the identification of risk factors for chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus, cancer and urinary incontinence
Participants can then discuss any abnormalities detected with volunteer doctors paired with senior medical students at the free consultation booths
Social support station where participants can seek advice regarding social and financial affecting their ability to seek medical care (if applicable)


Important note:
Please bring your identification  card (NRIC)



Sign Language Interpretation will be provided.




Alternatively, email Ms Elizabeth Khoo at or sms her at 9791 7566 with your full name, client/membership no. & handphone no.


For enquiries, please email Wee Tak at