How to get the PERKESO/SOCSO HSP Screening?
The SOCSO Health Screening Program (HSP) is a new benefit provided by SOCSO with the purpose of promoting healthy lifestyles and identifying high-risk groups of workers with non-communicable diseases such as Diabetes Mellitus, High Blood Pressure, Cardiovascular disease, etc.
SOCSO will provide health screening for all active workers aged 40 years and above, and who contribute to Socso under the Disability Scheme. The Health Screening Program will be offered continuously to enable all future workers attaining the age of 40 to benefit from this program.
Who is eligible under the HSP?
Actively contribute to SOCSO under the Disability Scheme.
Ages 40 years and above.
Also open to contributors aged between 30 to 39 years and at risk of NCD health.
Steps to get Vouchers for those who qualify :
Employers/employees can check HSP eligibility at https://sehati.perkeso.gov.my or download the SEHATi mobile application through the Google Play Store or Apple App Store platform for an easier and more flexible process.
If eligible, you can schedule an appointment for a health screening with a clinic registered under SOCSO's Health Screening Program panel clinic. Employees can browse the website sehat.perkeso.gov.my to get a list of panel clinics.
Get a free health screening
For a mammogram examination, the panel doctor will refer the employee after undergoing a standard examination.
Access screening test results.
What are the diseases that the SOCSO Health Screening Program is screening?
SOCSO is screening for non-communicable diseases namely hypertension, diabetes, kidney disease, and dyslipidemia for all.
The tests will also give the Framingham score for assessing the cardiovascular disease risk.
For women, additional screening for breast and cervical cancers is done.
To learn more details, visit out in depth blog on the SOCSO HSP titled : The Importance of SOCSO Health Screening Program in Malaysia
How many vouchers are given to eligible workers?
For men only one voucher is given :
One for general screening
However, for women two vouchers are given :
One for general screening; and
One for mammogram examination.
The Screening Includes:
Blood and Urine Tests
Interpretation of Medical Findings
The Health Parameters Are:
Full Blood Count
Fasting lipid profile
Urine feme / Microalbuminuria
Pap Smear (Women)