Medical screening stations

Medical screening stations

There are six stations in the medical screening process and they will take about 2.5 hours to complete. Should there be any abnormalities detected as you go through the respective stations, you may be asked to go for a further medical review.

You will be medically graded in accordance with the Singapore Armed Forces Medical Classification Guidelines and assigned a Physical Employment Standards (PES) grade. Your PES is one of the considerations to determine your deployment during your full-time National Service. You will be able to check your definitive PES on eHealth if you are not required to attend any further medical review in a month’s time.

Medical Screening Station

Clinical Laboratory Station

  • Blood samples for G6PD, haemoglobin, HIV and blood group typing tests
  • Simple urine tests for detecting the presence of blood, protein and glucose (sugar)

Dental Station

  • Oral examination and dental charting
  • Dental X-ray

Ear, Nose and Throat Station

  • Audio test for detecting hearing abnormalities

Eye Station

  • Routine eye tests for detecting eye abnormalities and testing of visual and refractive errors

X-ray Station

  • Chest X-ray screening for assessing the condition of your heart and lungs

Clinical Examination Station

  • Height, weight and blood pressure measurements
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • Examination and evaluation by Medical Officer