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My Health Map


My Health Map - Take Charge of Your Health

About My Health Map

My Health Map (MHM) is a preventive health management plan that empowers you to take the first steps to staying healthy. Developed by NUHS, MHM recommends health screening and vaccinations appropriate for individuals aged 40 years and above. These preventive health milestones are based on age and gender guidelines provided by the local health authorities.

Keeping track of your health status can help you make informed decisions about your lifestyle choices to improve your well-being and staying healthy as you age actively.

Benefits of My Health Map

When you sign up for MHM, we can support you on your health journey by:

  • Keeping you updated on preventive health milestones appropriate for you
  • Sending timely reminders about your upcoming screening or vaccination schedule
  • Providing information about where you can access relevant health services at government subsidised rates

Download the brochure for My Health Map here (PDF, 319 KB).

Essential Health Screening & Prevention Milestones

These essential health screening and prevention milestones based on age and gender guidelines are recommended for individuals aged 40 years and above.

Essential health screening and prevention milestones

Find out more about the various essential health screenings below.

Chronic Disease Screening

Chronic disease screening is key to early detection of chronic diseases such as obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol. Timely intervention can help prevent the development of such diseases, which could lead to serious complications that impact your quality of life.

Learn more about the recommended frequency of chronic disease screening in the table above.

Cancer Screening

Colorectal, breast and cervical cancers are some of the most common cancers in Singapore. Cancer, if left untreated can lead to death. The chance of recovery is a lot higher, when discovered early.

Learn more about the recommended frequency of colorectal, breast and cervical cancers screening in the table above.


Pneumococcal vaccines help to prevent pneumococcal diseases, which can cause infection in the lungs, brain or blood. There are two types of pneumococcal vaccines, and when taken can provide long-term coverage. For individuals aged 65 and above, you are strongly recommended to take two doses of the vaccine for stronger immunity. Pneumococcal vaccination is Medisave claimable.

Influenza vaccine can help prevent influenza, which is highly contagious and can affect anybody. Usually recommended at a frequency of once a year, influenza vaccination is now Medisave claimable.

Functional Screening (Vision, Hearing & Oral Health)

Functional screening detects functional decline in vision, hearing and oral health among seniors in the community. Early detection and intervention improves seniors' quality of life, supports independence and enables ageing in place. The recommended screening frequency is once a year.

My Health Map on the NUHS Mobile App

My Health Map is available on the NUHS Mobile App. You can download the NUHS App via Google Play or App Store.

Register for My Health Map

QR code to register for My Health Map
Take charge of your health today and sign up for My Health Map by scanning the QR code on the left or click here!

Find out more on how you can Stay Healthy with our other healthy living initiatives such as Community Health Post and Lifestyle Programmes.

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