All students must undergo health screening prior to admission to determine their medical fitness to pursue the programme of study in the University. Health screening is conducted at the campus clinic - Fullerton Healthcare @ NTU, University Health Service (UHS) Building.
During this period of the health screening, X-ray services are available on site. Female students are advised to come wearing a plain T-shirt (one-color only) with no buttons, logo, emblem or pattern of any kind. This allows the X-ray to be taken without any change of clothes. Otherwise, you may have to purchase and change into a disposable gown for the X-ray examination.
Female students who are expecting their menstrual period to coincide with the health screening, please arrange for a date that is at least one week after the last day of your period. This is to avoid having to come back a second time to complete the urine test, as an ongoing or recent period will interfere with the results of the urine test.
Please note that health screening fee(s) will be borne by the students. Do allow 5 working days before matriculation for your health screening to be processed.
Booking of Health Screening Appointment
You may book your health screening appointment online (booking will start on 1 December 2017). Once you have confirmed your health screening appointment, please print the confirmation letter and present it to the staff at the Medical Centre in NTU. Do note that the health screening is held on Monday to Friday ( 9am to 12pm ) only. The online booking is valid till 29 December 2017. If you are unavailable to make the booking, you will have to walk in to the clinic directly for your screening. Do note that walk in health screening may be subjected to long wait.
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Changes to Health Screening Appointment
Changes to your appointment can be made as long as there is available timeslot and it is done at least 3 days prior to your confirmed health screening appointment. If you wish to change your medical appointment that you have booked earlier, please login using your application number and birth date, please print the confirmation letter and present it to the staff at the Medical Centre in NTU.
Health Screening Form
Please refer to the form Health Screening Form (MC1) for the tests that will be conducted during the health screening. You should do your Chest X-ray only after the physical examination of your health screening.
For the international full-time students, please print the Medical Examination Report which you need for your Student's Pass formalities with ICA. Complete Part I of the Form and hand it to the Medical Centre along with your Health Screening Form (MC1). If you have previously submitted the Medical Examination Report to Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) or Ministry of Manpower (MOM) not more than 2 years ago, please fill up the Declaration at the bottom of the report.
Singapore citizens/ Singapore Permanent Residents students who are unable to have the health screening done at the Medical Centre in NTU may have it done by any registered general practitioners in Singapore. Do bring Health Screening Form (MC1) along with you to the registered general practitioners for the tests that are required. The completed Health Screening Form (MC1) and X-ray report should be submitted personally by hand to the Medical Centre in NTU as reports sent by mail might be lost in the process. If you have undergone a health screening (less than 6 months) with any registered general practitioners in Singapore, you will have to bring your medical report to the Medical Centre in NTU for an endorsement.
International Full-time students must undergo a health screening at the Fullerton Healthcare @ NTU prior to admission to the University. You are required by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) to undergo the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) test and Chest X-ray to exclude Tuberculosis for the issuance of Student's Pass. These tests are to be done in Singapore.
Health Screening Charges
A nominal/ administrative charge of $5 will be levied on those who seek endorsement from the Medical Centre. Students with incomplete reports or questionable results will be asked to re-do or add on further tests at an additional costs.
The health screening fee for Singapore Citizen and Singapore Permanent Resident is S$55 (inclusive of prevailing GST). For International Students, the fee is S$60 (inclusive of prevailing GST). Both includes the fee for the compulsory Hepatitis B screening blood test.
If you are unable to come for your health screening due to unforeseen circumstances or unable to change the appointment online, please call the Medical Centre directly at 6793 6974 or 6793 6828 for further assistance. For exemption of health screening, please approach the staff at UHS.
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