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Wellwoman Screening: £650

  • Health screening questionnaire to be completed prior to assessment
  • 30-minute GP led consultation reviewing your history and a physical examination including blood pressure, pulse rate and rhythm, oxygen levels, heart and lung examination, abdominal examination and central and peripheral nervous system and a breast examination. 
  • Comprehensive blood tests including liver function, kidney function, cholesterol, diabetes screening, vitamin levels (D, b12, folate), Iron, thyroid function, PSA, cardiovascular functioning (ProNT BNP) and female hormone profile (LH, FSH and Oestradiol)
  • Urine analysis
  • ECG to look at abnormalities in the heart
  • Follow up appointment to go through all the results 
  • A full written report provided

Wellman Screening: £650

  • Health screening questionnaire to be completed prior to assessment
  • 30-minute GP led consultation reviewing your history and a physical examination including blood pressure, pulse rate and rhythm, oxygen levels, heart and lung examination, abdominal examination and central and peripheral nervous system and a prostate examination. 
  • Comprehensive blood tests including liver function, kidney function, cholesterol, diabetes screening, vitamin levels (D, b12, folate), Iron, thyroid function, PSA and cardiovascular functioning (ProNT BNP)
  • Urine analysis
  • ECG to look at abnormalities in the heart
  • Follow up appointment to go through all the results 
  • A full written report provided

Elite Wellbeing Screening: £2500

  • Health screening questionnaire to be completed prior to assessment
  • One-hour deep – dive consultation reviewing your history and a physical examination including blood pressure, pulse rate and rhythm, oxygen levels, heart and lung examination, abdominal examination and central and peripheral nervous system. Breast examination in women and prostate and testicular examination in men
  • Comprehensive blood tests including liver function, kidney function, cholesterol, diabetes screening, vitamin levels (D, b12, folate), Iron, thyroid function, cardiovascular functioning (ProNT BNP) and hormone profile (for women)
  • Tumour markers: PSA (prostate cancer screening for men) and CA 125 (ovarian cancer screening for woman)
  • Myeloma screening 
  • Faecal Immunochemical Testing (FIT) to screen for bowel cancer 
  • Urine analysis
  • ECG to look at abnormalities in the heart
  • Whole-body MRI scanning at the world- leading Paul Strickland Centre 
  • Follow up appointment to go through all the results with lead GP and Consultant Radiologist; a full written report provided.

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