Kim Fox

Prof Kim Fox
Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Brompton Hospital.
Professor of Clinical Cardiology, Imperial College.
President, European Society of Cardiology, 2006 – 2008

Medical Stetoscope

It is a really impressive medical check-up, from the professional level, the human capital and the technological capital involved and the fact that it provides an extremely detailed analysis of our “human machinery”

Franco Seguso

A Distinctive Program

icon Clinical excellence and ethics

The programs are conducted in Thailand’s renowned medical facilities with the involvement of European centres of excellence and in conjunction with the Centre of Cardiovascular Prevention of Ferrara University, Italy.

The program’s notable uniqueness derives from the involvement of an unparalleled specialist team and the possibility of reviews and subsequent recommendations given by European experts. Dr Gerard Lalande, CEO-HEALTH Managing Director, supervises the overall program.

Any CEO-HEALTH medical program involves at least 6 physicians, all of whom bring an invaluable level of clinical expertise, ethics and reliability to each individual procedure.

The selected specialists hold UK or US board certifications and practice within the partnered medical institutions.

The program’s design with regard to the selection of specialist consultations and investigations has as its base a specific focus on the serious and common pathologies found amongst business executives, even at a relatively young age.

  1. Physician specialized in Preventive medicine makes the initial general examination and acts as “physician-coordinator” for the whole program. He also supervises the wellness screening of the program.
  2. Cardiologist: the cardiologic evaluation is the priority of the program. The cardiologist performs complete cardiac and vascular examinations, analyzes EKG, and performs stress Echocardiography and carotid echography. When justified, requests Calcium score and other cardiac investigations.“These cardio-vascular tests are aimed at detecting early lesions in the coronary arteries (arteries in the heart) as well as the atherosclerosis process in blood vessels (narrowing of the arteries by plaques of cholesterol and calcium deposit). The tests’ outcomes provide a 5-year cardiac risk assessment and allow proper health and lifestyle recommendations.”
  3. Urologist: performs urologic examinations and provides sexual function counseling.The number one cancer in men is prostate cancer, representing almost one fourth of all cancers in the male. Prostate benign enlargement (called Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia or BPH) is a common urologic disorder in those over 50. For the optimal detection of these 2 frequent illnesses, a thorough prostate exam is required. In any CEO-HEALTH procedure, a urologist (who is a specialized surgeon) performs this exam.
  4. Gynecologist: performs gynecological examinations with endo-vaginal echography and thin-prep Pap test with HPV testing. Mammogram and breast echography are also systematically included.
  5. ENT specialist: makes ENT exams and interpretation of advanced hearing tests, including audiogram and tympanogram.
  6. Ophthalmologist: handles complete ophthalmologic exam, performed before and after dilatation. Tests include digital fundus photography and Optical Coherent Tomography.
  7. Radiologists: specialized in different imaging sub-specialties, radiologists perform breast diagnostic procedures, abdominal ultra-sound or CT scan examinations as well as non-invasive cardiac investigations.

Please refer to the summary table: routine investigations and advanced biological tests

Additional specialists (endocrinologist, neurologist, etc…) and/or investigations may be added depending on the individual’s need. This would be assessed from the pre-screening questionnaire to be filled in prior to the medical check-up and from the first clinical exam with the physician-coordinator. Examples include:

    • Spirometry (or Pulmonary Function Tests), which is systematically performed in the presence of risk factors for lung diseases.
    • Auto-fluorescence bronchoscopy, a state-of-the-art pulmonary procedure, which is proposed for individuals with a high risk of proximal lung cancer. This very innovative imaging approach aims to diagnose lung cancer at the “in situ” or stage 0, the treatment of which leads to a highly favorable prognosis.
    • Heart 64-slice CT scan [angiogram] and/or MRI may be proposed by the cardiologists, when justified by previous findings.

These latter investigations are obviously not included in the initial program. They would be proposed in cases of abnormal findings from the primary programmed investigations and in line with European expert reviews and recommendations.

Over 800 physicians in three centers of excellence

The CEO-HEALTH program is solely organized in centers of excellence at three leading tertiary medical centers in Bangkok: the Piyavate hospital, the Samitivej Sukhumvit hospital and the Chaophya hospital, all conveniently located in Bangkok.

There is a pool of more than 800 physicians in these 3 institutions, enabling CEO- HEALTH to select the most appropriate team of specialists to take care of each individual’s medical needs.

These internationally renowned hospitals have acquired local and international accreditations.


Chaophya Hospital


Piyavate Hospital


Samitivej Hospital

Each specialist was among the top 3 practitioners in field in Thailand, spoke English well & took time to explain procedures & results to me. The hospital I was assigned to was world-class, very clean & utilized the latest technology

Patrick Go

CEO-Health European experts in teaching hospitals

When a serious issue is revealed, then additional investigations and / or treatment may have to be initiated. Under these circumstances, the possibility of an additional review with regard to whether subsequent steps need to be taken would be included within the CEO-HEALTH standard program.

In cases where cardio-vascular issues are suspected, the preliminary results would immediately be sent to European specialists in teaching hospitals for further review.

Their feedback would be available within 12 hours.