Invite insurers to exercise their rights for maximum benefit. Another new update benefit is All women who are covered by Social Security Section 33 and Section 39 can come in for breast and cervical cancer screening for free. Both diseases are serious threats that kill many lives. If neglected, it may be too late to solve. Therefore, you should be sure to check regularly. for immediate protection
How to get service : Just show your ID card to get the service. (According to the criteria) by a medical facility participating in the “Health Checkup” project. If unsure, contact the Provincial Social Security Office or number 1506 24 hours a day.
Infirmary in the social security program Network hospitals in the social security program A medical facility that has entered into an agreement (MOU) participates in a health promotion program.
before going for a health check You should follow the instructions below.
before receiving the service Abstain from water and food for at least 8-10 hours, get enough rest for at least 6 hours, and abstain from alcohol for at least 24 hours if you have any underlying disease or other health history. Please bring your test results or doctor’s report with you for diagnosis. Avoid testing during menstruation. In the event that an internal examination is required
For additional inspection details, they are as follows:
breast cancer screening by a physician or public health personnel
30-39 years old should be screened every 3 years 40-54 years old should be screened annually 55 years of age and older should be screened as appropriate or at risk
There are two methods of screening for cervical cancer:
Pap Smear: Check the cells in the cervix if there are abnormal changes or not. Age 35-54 should be checked every 3 years. Age 55 or over should be checked as appropriate or at risk. VIA: Check for known changes in the cervix. Rapid, aged 35-54 years should be tested every 5 years, aged 55 years and over, a Pap smear is recommended
In addition, the social security has also warned that If the insured person receives an SMS message urging them to update their social security information via link click Absolutely do not press. May be a victim of fraud The Social Security Office does not have a policy to send SMS messages to insurers to speed up any information updates.
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