Having a regular check up for your health, you can prevent a minor problem from becoming a major one.

Check Up is an investment in one’s own health. By means of regular check-up, a disease can be controlled at an early stage.

Check up: The meaning of the word is general screening. Even if you do not have any illnesses, it is advised to have check up for early diagnosis and control. “Check-up”, called “Personal Health Screening” or “Periodic General Health Check”, is a health screening that everyone should take regularly once a year for early diagnosis and treatment of possible health risks without any health problems. Depending on age groups and gender, check-up packages may vary. Cholesterol, blood sugar and blood pressure values are important in young people.



Hemogram (Examination of anemia, blood diseases and blood cells)
Preprandial blood glucose (Diagnosis of diabetes)
HBA1c (Diagnosis and monitoring of diabetes)
ALT (Liver function test)
AST (Liver function test)
ALP (Diagnosis and monitoring of liver, bone diseases)
GGT (Liver function test)
URE (Kidney function test)
Creatinine (Kidney function test)
Uric Acid (Diagnosis of protein metabolism and gout disease)
CRP (Diagnosis of infectious diseases)
Folic Acid (Diagnosis of Anemia and some metabolic diseases)
Total Urine Analysis (Diagnosis of kidney and urinary tract diseases)
HbsAg (Diagnosis of hepatitis-B disease and disease carrier status)
Anti-HIV (Diagnosis and monitoring of Aids disease)
Iron (Diagnosis of blood and iron metabolism diseases)
Iron Binding Capacity (Diagnosis of blood and iron metabolism diseases)
Ferritin (Diagnosis of blood and iron metabolism diseases)
Sedimentation (Diagnosis and treatment of infectious and inflammatory diseases)
Total Cholesterol (Measurement of fat ratios in the body)
HDL Cholesterol (High density lipoprotein)
LDL Cholesterol (Low density lipoprotein)
Triglyceride (Cholesterol measurement)
THS (Diagnosis and monitoring of thyroid diseases and functions)
FT4 (Diagnosis of the thyroid and goitre diseases)
Vitamin B12 (Diagnosis of anemia and some nervous system disorders)
CEA (General cancer screening and diagnosis)

Smear Test (a screening method for early diagnosis of cervical cancer)


Lung Graphy
Total abdominal ultrasonography (screening by specialist radiologist to identify diseases and anomalies in the abdominal organs (such as kidney, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, spleen, ovaries, uterus, prostate, lymph nodes and large vessels)
Bilateral Breast Ultrasound (screening of diseases in both breasts by specialist radiology doctor)


Electrocardiogram (Detection of cardiac rhythm irregularities).
Echocardiography (Evaluation of ultrasound- guided heart functions)


Evaluation of the Cardiology Specialist
Evaluation of the Gynecology Specialist
Evaluation of the Internal Diseases Specialist