Health Check Packages


DMC offers a range of specialized services that include comprehensive packages for Health Check-up's. These have been exclusively designed to meet your needs.

Instructions: Please take prior appointments for the Health Checkup at the centre.

  • Do not consume any food or alcohol at least 12 hours before the Checkup.
  • Do not consume anything except plain water in the morning.
  • Kindly bring samples of stool in a clean container when you come for the health check.
  • Please bring all your previous medical records.
  • You may take your regular medicines as per your schedule in the morning.
  • Diabetics should not consume any anti-diabetic drug in the morning. You may carry the drug/insulin to be taken with breakfast.
  • Those advised Ultrasound scan of the abdomen/pelvis should have a full bladder at the time of scan.

Haemogram: Haemoglobin,RBC,PCV,MCHC,MCV,MCH,Total WBC,Differential count,ESR,Plt Count,Peripheral smear.

Biochemical Tests:

  • Serum Calcium,Serum Creatinine,Serum Uric acid,FBSL/PPBSL.
  • Lipid Profile: Total Cholestrol,HDL Cholestrol,LDL Cholestrol,Tryglycerides.
  • Liver Function Tests: Sr.Bilirubin,Total Proteins,SGOT,SGPT,Sr.Alkaline Phosphatase,Albumin,Globulin.

Liver Function Tests: Sr.Bilirubin,Total Proteins,SGOT,SGPT,Sr.Alkaline Phosphatase,Albumin,Globulin.

Optional: TMT /2-D ECHO.

  • Postprandial Glucose with Urine glucose.
  • Glycosylated Haemoglobulin ( Hb A1c).
  • Lipid Profile:Total cholesterol,Triglyceride,HDL,LDL,VLDL.
  • Sr.Creatinine,Blood Urea,Sr.Electrolyte (Na,K,Cl),Urea.
  • Urine complete Analysis.
  • ECG,Haemoglobulin.
  • Urine for Microalbumin.
  • Complete Blood count.
  • Lipid Profile:Total cholesterol,Triglyceride,HDL,LDL,VLDL.
  • Kidney function test: Blood urea,Creatinine,Uric acid.
  • Diabetic evaluation: Fasting and postprandial blood sugar.
  • Urine Routine.
  • ECG,Chest x-ray.

Optional: TMT /2-D ECHO.

  • Complete Blood count.
  • ESR.
  • Lipid Profile:Total cholesterol,Triglyceride,HDL,LDL,VLDL.
  • Kidney function test: Blood urea,Creatinine,Uric acid.
  • Liver Function Test- SGPT, SGOT, Alkaine Phosphate, GGT, Total Protein, Albumin / Globulin Ratio.
  • Other Test.
  • Blood group-Rh tying,stool examination.
  • Urine Routine.
  • Blood sugar Fasting and Postprandial.
  • Ca125.
  • Complete Blood count.
  • Diabetic Evaluation : Fasting Blood Sugar, P.P. Blood Sugar.
  • Lipid Profile : Choles., Triglycerides, HDL Choles., LDL Choles.
  • Kidney Profile : Urea Creatinine, uric acid.
  • Liver Function Test Bilirubin, SGPT, SGOT, Alkaine Phosphate, GGT, Total Protein, Albumin / Globulin Ratio.
  • Thyroid (T3, T4, TSH).
  • Ca-125 (For Ladies) PSA (For Men).
  • Cardiac Risk Evaluation :ECG.
  • U.S.G. Whole Abd.
  • Complete Blood count.
  • E.S.R.
  • Blood Group (Rh).
  • Diabetic Evaluation : Fasting Blood Sugar, P.P. Blood Sugar.
  • Liver Profile : Bilirubin, SGPT, SGOT, Alkaine Phosphate, GGT, Total Protein, Albumin / Globulin Ratio.
  • Urine Routine.
  • Kidney Profile : Blood urea,Creatinine., Serum Uric Acid.
  • Chest X-Ray.
  • Cardiac Risk Evaluation : ECG.
  • Lungs-ADH.
  • Liver-AFP.
  • Colon-CEA.
  • Pancreas-Ca 19.9.
  • Prostrate-PSA.
  • Lungs-ADH.
  • Liver-AFP.
  • Pancreas-Ca 19.9.
  • Breast-Ca 15.3.
  • Ovaries-Ca125.

It is proven scientifically that early check up for hypertension could reduce the Mortality Rate due to heart attack angima more than 50%.

To overcome Hypertension without complication, please do the following tests:

  • Complete blood picture (CBC).
  • Liver enzymes (SGOT - SGPT).
  • Blood Glucose Fasting.
  • Serum Electrolytes.
  • Urine Analysis.
  • Creatinine.
  • Cholesterol.
  • Triglyceride.
  • HDL - LDL.
  • Uric Acid.
  • HBA1C.

It is proven scientifically that most STD's are treatable once they are identified before it reaches an advanced stage. For intimate relationship it is essential to have a check up and also to assure yourself and your partner free from any sexually transmitted diseases, we advise you to do the following tests :

  • HIV.
  • HBsAg.
  • VDRL.
  • Chlamydia Ag swab.
  • Consultation.

Why should you go for a premarital check up? It gives you an overall idea of your health status with an ideal opportunity to detect any latent disease which may cause problems after marriage. So, what are you waiting for? Come on and join the wagon.

  • Complete blood picture (CBC).
  • Blood glucose fasting.
  • Urine analysis.
  • Liver enzymes (SGOT - SGPT).
  • Blood group,RH.
  • Prolactin.
  • Creatinine.
  • FSH.
  • TSH.
  • HIV.
  • VDRL.

Why should you go for a premarital check up? Because it gives you an overall idea to prevent future Problems after marriage.

Our consultation advises you to do the following tests :

  • Complete blood picture (CBC).
  • Blood glucose fasting.
  • Urine analysis.
  • Liver enzymes (SGOT - SGPT).
  • Blood group,RH.
  • Semen Analysis.
  • Prolactin.
  • Creatinine.
  • VDRL.
  • HIV.
  • FSH.
  • TSH.

Checking one's obstetric health should be the basic right of all young & old mothers.It gives you a great chance to know the hormonal condition of your body for a better obstetric future. So, before being stressed out after months of trying to get a pregnant, just join us and avail the golden chance.

  • Complete blood picture (CBC).
  • Estradiol.
  • Prolactin.
  • FSH.
  • LH.
  • TSH.
  • Chlamydia Ag (HVS).

For men who need pre-marital check-up for infertility, please do the following tests:

  • Semen analysis.
  • FSH.
  • Testosterone.
  • Blood Glucose Fasting.
  • Prolactin.
  • Consultation.

Are you suffering from exhaustion, depression, lack of concentration and difficulty in remembering ? Do you feel tired, sleepy, idealess and burned out?

It is your body's reaction to a combination of emotional and physical factors.

It is likely that number of factors or triggers come together to cause fatigue syndrome. The following Lab-test can help to find out your problems :

  • TSH.
  • Cortisol.
  • DHEA-s.
  • Testosterone.
  • Complete blood picture.

95% of hair loss cases are due to androgen hormones that depends on age progression. It can also be genetically inherited, or caused by malnutrition, iron and vitamin deficiency. It affect both sexes, but mostly men.

  • Complete blood picture (CBC).
  • Testosterone.
  • Vitamin B12.
  • Cortisol.
  • DHEA-s.
  • TSH.

Divine medical centre is happy to introduce a new privilege card that offers special discount to seafarer's family and Senior citizen.


Card holder is entitled to get the following discount at DMC Clinic :

  • 10% discount on Ultrasound scan,Doppler ,2D ECHO and TMT (Stress test).
  • 20% discount on all dental procedures.
  • 25% discount on Laboratory and other Diagnostic tests.

Preparation for health check up and Instructions to be followed for a Health Check, you will need to make a prior appointment. This could be done over the phone.

  • Overnight fasting required for 10 -12 hours.
  • Report in empty stomach - only water can be taken.
  • You can take your regular medicines with water.
  • Avoid smoking & consuming alcohol for a minimum of 12 hours before check up.registration.
  • Bring urine and stool sample in a clean container (ask for a container from our receptionist).
  • Container may be collected from Divine Medical Centre Health Check Desk.
  • Bring all your earlier medical reports and prescription if available along with regular medicine.

One of the most important factors in determining the accuracy and reliability of your lab test is you, THE PATIENT. After all, it is a sample from your body (blood, urine, or some other specimen), on which the test will be performed. Therefore, it is essential that you do the following to ensure that the results will be useful and interpreted correctly by your doctor: It should be noted that many tests require no special preparation. But for those that do, be certain to adhere to theInstructions provided.



Patient should fast for 12 hours before blood collection. Fasting should be no food or drink except for water.


  • Fasting blood sugar (FBS)

    For a fasting blood sugar test, do not eat or drink anything other than water for at least 8 hours before the blood sample is taken.
    If you have diabetes, your doctor may ask you to wait until you have had your blood collected before taking your morning dose of insulin or diabetes medicine.

  • 2-hour Postprandial (post lunch) blood sugar

    For a 2-hour postprandial test, you need to have your blood collected exactly 2 hours after a regular lunch. For e.g. If Mr. Ashwin has completed his lunch at 12.00 noon he needs to complete his blood collection at 2.00 pm. Mr. Ashwin will require to reach the lab at 1.50 pm, i.e. 10 minutes early to avoid registration delays. Also Mr. Ashwin cannot have any food between 12.00 noon and 2.00 p.m. timeperiod. He can have water and his usual medicines.

  • Random blood sugar (RBS):

    No special preparation is required before having a random blood sugar test.


Patient should be fasting for 8 hours (no food or drink, except for water). A fasting blood specimen will be drawn and tested. You will then be given a glass of glucose drink. Your blood will be drawn once each hour or each half hour after you finish the drink. The number of hours may vary from 2 to 4.


pregnant patients your physician may order glucose tolerance testing during your pregnancy.


1. No special patient preparation is required.
2. This test is done without regard to the time of day or time of last meal. You do not need to fast before this test is given.
3. You will be given a glucose drink and your blood will be drawn one hour after you finish the drink.
4. Please allow at least 1 1/2 hours for this test to be completed.


1. This test should be performed in the morning after an overnight fast of at least 8 hours and after at least 3 days of unrestricted diet and activity.
2. A blood specimen will be drawn and tested.
3. You will then be given a glucose drink.
4. Your blood will be drawn once each hour after you finish the drink for three hours.
5.This test will be completed in 4 hours. Hence be prepared to spend this time at the lab.



The first morning sample is preferable for urine routine test and mandatory for culture test.Obtain a sterile container from the laboratory. Please avoid touching the inside of the container and/or the lid in order to maintain sterility.

1. Female: Wash your hands with soap and water. Separate labial folds (thick skin folds), cleanse opening of urethra three times with soap and water. Allow the initial stream of urine to pass, and then collect mid stream urine into a sterile container.
2. Male: Retract foreskin, clean glans three times with soap and water. Allow the initial stream of urine to pass, and then collect urine into a sterile container.
3. The specimen should be brought for testing as soon as possible. If there is a delay, the specimen should be refrigerated.


Sterile containers and 24 hr urine containers may be picked up at our lab between the hours of 7.30am to 6pm.



    Diet and drugs may affect results of occult blood testing. Please talk to your physician before making any changes in diet or medications prescribed for you.
    You will collect a separate sample from three different stools, usually on consecutive days. Each stool specimen should be collected into a clean container and should not be contaminated with urine or water.


    You may be asked to collect a stool specimen for laboratory testing. You may collect this specimen in a clean leak proof container with a tightly fitting lid provided by the receptionist.


    NOTE: Prior to collecting a stool specimen, avoid consuming the following:

    1. Antacids.
    2. Ant diarrheal Medications.
    3. Oily Laxatives.
    4. Barium or Bismuth.

    These products can interfere with Test Results.



1. Refrain from sexual intercourse or masturbation for between 3 to 4 days.
2. Produce the sample by masturbation without artificial lubricants. Do not use a condom, as condoms contain spermicidal agents.
3. Collect the sample into the clean, wide mouth container supplied. It is important that the whole ejaculate is collected. If not, the specimen should be labelled as incomplete.
4. Within 1/2 hour of collection, bring the sample to the laboratory. Keep the specimen warm in a pocket near your body.
5. Label the specimen with name, date, and time of the collection.
6. Samples may also be collected in washroom at the clinic.


1. Patient should rinse mouth and gargle with water immediately prior to collection.
2. Collect specimen from deep cough into a sterile container.
3. Patient should avoid any contamination with saliva.
4. Return specimen as soon as possible (preferably within half an hour of collection). If there is a delay, specimen should be refrigerated. Please label the specimen container with patient's name, date and time.


Cortisol may be tested in blood or urine.
If blood cortisol levels are requested by your physician, you may be asked to have your blood drawn once (random Cortisol) or multiple times. Your physician will inform you if you are having multiple blood draws for your cortisol testing.

Cortisol blood tests may be drawn at about 8 am, when cortisol should be at its peak, and again at about 4pm, when the level should have dropped. Sometimes a resting sample will be obtained late in the evening. If your physician requests a urine cortisol, you will be asked to collect either a 24-hour urine or a single first morning specimen.


A fasting specimen (no food or drink, except for water) for 12- 14 hours before blood is drawn is preferable but not mandatory.


Blood should be drawn 6-8 hours after the last dose of digoxin was taken. Mention the time of drug dose.


Detailed history required along with age, date of birth and recent sonography reports.


No specific preparation required. Age and blood transfusion history if any, should be informed.


14 hours fasting is required, no liquids except water.


Test is performed in the fasting state, usually after an overnight fast or at least three to four hours after meal. The test is performed with walking, so please do ensure that you are wearing comfortable footwear suitable for walking on the treadmill. Sport shoes are preferable, heels are not allowed.

Proper contact of the electrodes with the chest is essential for the test, it may be necessary to shave off the hair on the chest if these are excessive.You may,of course,have the chest shaved before reporting for the test.

Standard procedure requires that any beta-blocker drugs (atenolol, metoprolol, ciplar) that you may be taking should be stopped for at least two days before the test. However if your physician so desire , he may order that the test be performed while the patient continues to take these medicines.

Please do not take any nitrates (such as sorbitrate, nitroglycerine or monotrate) on the morning of the test since that may interfere with interpretation of the result.


Pelvic Ultrasound

Patients must have a full bladder before the pelvic exam can be performed. Patients should finish drinking 1 litre of water one hour before their appointment time. Patients should not empty their bladder once they have started drinking.

Thank you for allowing us to provide Diagnostic services for you and your family.