The Future of Preventative Medicine
The HealthScreen Revolution
Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
Executive and Corporate Health
Comprehensive Early Detection
Personalised Prevention and Longevity
HealthScreen is the next-generation medical facility combining the most advanced technology with a comprehensive and integrated Preventative Medicine program. We have a simple and logical approach – identify medical conditions that are likely to reduce your life expectancy before the onset of symptoms or any indication of a problem, and give you the ability to take control of your Future Health.
Book a complete health check at our Melbourne centre and get peace of mind for yourself and your loved ones!
Peace of Mind
Medicine is rapidly changing and the days of ‘the old Annual Physical’ are over. Standard physical examination and a routine blood test by a doctor can only provide very limited information of your health, and only advanced imaging technology can fully fulfil the requirement for a comprehensive and truly detailed health assessment and early diagnosis. This means you can do something about your health before it is too late.
Best of all, you will have the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you are doing everything possible to take care of your health and longevity – so you can spend more time doing things that you love with people who care about you.
Advanced Medical Technology
HealthScreen is the only Medical Facility in Australia to offer such comprehensive assessment including Early Diagnostic Imaging with MRI. MRI is not only better than CT for such areas as the brain, prostate and pancreas but also it is radiation-free. It is the safest and most accurate way of diagnostic imaging.
All testing is done on-site and in one day, including Advanced Screening and Early detection of 20 most common cancers with the latest MRI targeted imaging technology, Coronary Heart Disease assessment including Calcium Score if clinically indicated, Cerebrovascular Disease assessment (Stroke Risk), Bowel Cancer assessment and prevention, Genetic Screening, Biological Age (real age) Epigenetic Assessment, Advanced Laboratory Tests, Body Composition Analysis, and much more.
Take Control of Your Health
HealthScreen is simply the most effective, advanced and comprehensive approach to preventative medical examination. Our proactive approach will identify your risk of future disease and will create a personalized program to better health, longevity and active lifestyle.
Our medical experts, clinical and concierge staff are here to ensure that you have a true 6-star experience.
A Current Affair on 21st August 2021
Join us for a unique experiment as our three participants, including journalist Chris Allen, embark on a journey to better health and longevity guided by our team at HealthScreen. After a comprehensive health assessment and advanced health checks at HealthScreen including screening for heart disease, early cancer detection, body composition , genetic and biological age tests, our health warriors launch into a journey to reverse their biological age.
1:25 PM · Dec 12, 2019
For anyone wondering if a health problem is brewing, there's a new way of finding out. A high-tech screening service scans patients from top to toe looking for signs of cancer and other diseases - before symptoms emerge.
22 November 2019
'What you see here is the Future of Medicine. The HealthScreen concept is about a one-stop shop where you can look at 20 different cancers, cardiac, stroke risk at the same time... so people can have this peace of mind'
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