The Fono’s GP’s can provide a general health checkup which includes things such as questions about your personal and family medical history, height and weight measurements and a blood pressure check. … A typical medical exam / consultation / checkup can include: Height / weight check. Blood pressure check.

A usual fully body health check-up is made up of blood and urine tests, x-ray, ultrasonography, lungs function test, and cardiac test. … Here are some of the tests that make up a regular health check-up. General physical exam including weight, height, blood pressure, pulse rate etc.
All adults should have a primary care doctor. These are usually internal medicine (internists) or family medicine doctors. Getting an annual checkup can help yourdoctor spot health issues early on
All adults are entitled to a general health check-up with their GP if they have not seen their doctor for three years. … The doctor may also look at your eyes, ears and throat and, if 
As a woman, you need some special exams and screenings. During your checkup, your health care provider will usually do: A pelvic exam – an exam to check if internal female organs are normal by feeling their shape and size. A Pap test – a test to check for cancer of the cervix, the opening to a woman’s uterus.6 Mar 2018
How often should you get a check-up?
  1. 30 or younger and healthy: every two to three years for a checkup. …
  2. Ages 30-40: most people should be getting an annual physical. …
  3. 50+: annual physicals become much more important, and both men and women should have colonoscopies performed to screen for colon cancer.
“If you can‘t go to your gynecologist on your period, then who can you go to?” says Nathan. … Just be aware that in some cases, having a Pap smear during your period may make it harder to get a clear test result, but that doesn’t mean youshould skip your appointment.
Many of our patients have health insurance plans that cover the cost (including co-pay) of a yearly preventive health care visit – otherwise known as your annual physical. Not all insurance coverage is the same; you can find out more about yourcoverage by contacting your insurance company.