Health Check


#81

Here is a list in English of which hospitals are allowed to perform Health Check:
cdc.gov.tw/english/list.aspx … 55c34bb13d


#82

Would you have any recommendation for an affordable place to perform an health check ? ( It’s for the paperworks related to a visa for mandarin study (a kind of mandarin training center).
And what would be an acceptable price ?

Thanks in advance for your help


#83

I’m a Canadian getting married to a Taiwanese . Need that health check before getting that arc. Does anybody knows what’s the procedure for the he health check ?

Been going through other posts on here but it’s work related health checks .whats the diff


#84

got this done at the cardinal tien hospital near qizhang, in the family health dept. you just go in between 9 and 5 inc Saturdays. blood taken, MMR if you can’t prove you had it, chest x ray. go back 10 days later job done. take a couple of photos and your passport, you get the application form on line. its easy.


#85

I’m not sure but I think this thread is about different kind of health check that I’m looking for… but maybe you can help me or point to the right thread.

So, I’m gonna turn 30 this year, and think it’s good time to do a thorough health exam. My company is not even doing those basic blood test exams for us, so I want to find a good exam package myself.

I’m in Taichung, and so far I’ve checked Jen-Ai hospital and ZhongShan Hospital. The first has 12500 TWD offer for half a day, and 17500 offer for full day. Zhongshan has 6000 TWD basic offer, but the tests I would like to do are included in 16500 TWD package, which is a little much for me. My parents always say health has no price… but… anyone has experience with China Medical Uni Hospital? Or any other hospital in Taichung? I’d appreciate suggestions~ :notworthy:


#86

[quote=“mukashi”]
I’m in Taichung, and so far I’ve checked Ren’ai hospital and ZhongShan Hospital. The first has 12500 TWD offer for half a day, and 17500 offer for full day. Zhongshan has 6000 TWD basic offer, but the tests I would like to do are included in 16500 TWD package, which is a little much for me.[/quote]

I always thought these over-priced health check “packages” to be kind of cute. I saw the “results” from one of my friend’s health check and it was this beautifully bound booklet of the same information I got from a complete blood work-up at Kaiser back in the US that took 15 minutes (including waiting time).


#87

[quote=“Lee Hi”]I’m a Canadian getting married to a Taiwanese . Need that health check before getting that arc. Does anybody knows what’s the procedure for the he health check ?

Been going through other posts on here but it’s work related health checks .whats the diff[/quote]

I simply told information I was there to get a health check to be a teacher. They ask what it’s for so I guess they have different forms for various reasons. They just did a regular vitals check, x-ray for TB, and blood work. Got it back in a week. My husbands measles and rubella antibodies was below the level they require, so he had to have the vaccine. It was 1445NT for each of us. And then he paid 1000NT for the vaccine, which to me is a rip off. But, no health insurance yet, what can ya do?

As far as the difference, I think it’s more thorough for teachers bc we are around children. My father had to get a health check for his APRC bc they moved here 4 yrs ago and he’s a US citizen and my mother is a dual citizen (Taiwan native & US citizen). I don’t think they did even the bloodwork on him, but I could be wrong. I could ask.