Health Screening

Looking after oneself is a top priority for many, and health screening is an excellent way of assessing your current health and wellbeing. 

Our health screens are designed and tailored for men and women with concerns in regards to their health. By undertaking a health screen you can reassure the status of your health, or potentially determine the onset or future risk of developing diseases.  By catching risks or onset of disease early, you are best placed for initial treatment or preventative measures to be taken.

What is included in the health screen?

A health screen is a general, overall check of your current health.  Our Health Screen includes nurse-led tests, examinations and followed by a detailed medical history discussion with a GP.  You will also be provided with a comprehensive report and personalised advice on lifestyle and behavioural changes to improve your long term health.

Everyone is susceptible to illness, and so can benefit from the positive action and peace of mind resulting from a health screen.  However, you may particularly want to consider a health screen in the following circumstances:

  • After the birth of your baby
  • Before taking up physical exercise
  • Family history of illness such as heart disease, diabetes or cancer
  • If you are over the age of 50
  • If you have any health concerns
  • After prolonged exposure to stressful situations or if you have a hectic lifestyle

How long will it take?

Blood tests and along with some of the physical examinations will be carried out in a nurse-led Clinic which will take approximately an hour. Upon receiving all your test results usually a week after your initial appointment you will have a discussion with a GP who will go through your results and medical history. This will take approximately an hour. Should you need any further tests (eg. smear test) you may require another 30 minute follow up consultation with your GP.

What type of tests are included in the health screen?

Your nurse will tailor your health screen to your particular age, sex and medical history.  However, the following basic measurements and tests are included:

Examinations & Tests

Examination / Test Purpose
Height, weight & body mass index (BMI) Measurement of tissue mass based on height & weight
Blood pressure To test for high or low blood pressure
Peak flow Measurement of the airflow out of the lungs
Urinalysis Detects a range of diseases like diabetes & kidney disease
Resting ECG To check for problems with the electrical activity of the heart
Faecal occult blood Stool test for blood in faeces
Blood count Anaemia check
Kidney & Liver function blood tests Checking organ function
Calcium blood test Calcium level check for bone & other disorders
Cholesterol & triglycerides blood test Check levels including HDL & LDL ratio
Glucose blood test Check of blood sugar levels
ESR blood test To reveal inflammatory activity in the body
Thyroid function test To check for over or under active thyroid
CEA blood test For bowel cancer screening
Vitamin D blood test To check Vitamin D deficiency
Ca125 blood test (women) Looking for ovarian cancer
Ca15-3 blood test (women) Looking for breast cancer
PSA blood test (men) Can diagnose prostate problems
Physical prostate examination (men) Men’s physical examination to check prostate
Physical pelvic examination & smear (women) To detect abnormal cells of the cervix

Tests given are as per your healthcare needs, so you may not end up having all tests/examinations listed

Pricing & Packages

Health Screen – £495

Additional scanning options are available for further investigation into multiple areas of the body, for those with a family history or other concerns.

Note: Further discounts are available on request for patients having a Health Screen Package along with two or more additional Imaging extras.

For queries or to book a Health Screen, contact our client services team:

T: 020 8341 4182



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