The first visit in the early afternoon was a failure. They only open 8-11am (WTF!?).
So I came 10am the next day. And I now understand why it's only 8-11am. You enter the building, tell them what kind of health check you need. Then:
- The nurse gives you a form
- You are directed to a place to have your photo taken
- You stick the photo on the form and fill in your details
- Nurse takes the forms, gives you a card, and you enter the "health check area"
Take the X-Ray room for example. I lined up behind a girl. The nurse told her to take her necklace off, tells her to go inside the X-ray room, stands in front of the X-ray. Doctor turns on the machine, and I see her heart pumping and her lungs right on the doctor's screen (I'm still lining up). Doctor looks at it, stamps a "Seems to be no problem" stamp on the girls form, she's out, and it's my turn.
And for once, I know what meat on a conveyor belt feels like: just get this over with quickly and life is good.