Blood Tests

Our blood tests give you invaluable insights into your long-term health, energy and hormone levels.

Each of our services tests a number of parameters to give you the information you need to take action whether with your own GP or our in-house clinicians.

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How can a blood test help me?

Tracking your health for a better future

Your blood carries a lot of information about your past, present, and future health. Our blood tests can help us collect data to better understand what’s happening inside your body. With this information, we can accurately diagnose a range of conditions, confirm existing diagnoses, and identify any future health risks. The more we know, the more we can work together to ensure you live a healthier life for longer.

Before your blood test, you should take some time to relax and ensure you are hydrated and calm. Avoid eating for 30 minutes before your appointment to ensure your blood sugar level is stable. When you arrive at our clinic, you will be greeted by our reception team who will confirm your patient details. 

Our blood tests are fast and are completed within minutes. When you are sitting comfortably, we will clean your arm and then draw your blood using a needle and syringe. Our trained professionals will try to help minimize pain and discomfort, so it shouldn’t be painful, although you may feel a pricking or scratching sensation.

Immediately after the sample is taken, we encourage you to sit and relax until you feel ready to stand up. It’s a good idea to have a small snack to help you feel better. After your sample has been analyzed, your results will be sent to you by email. If you would like to discuss your results further, you can speak to your GP. Alternatively, our experts will be on hand for you to book a follow-up appointment with one of our private GPs.

Blood Test Options

Well Woman


Gain invaluable insight into your chances of conceiving, your mood and overall health. Our comprehensive blood test checks for a range of indicators related to your long-term wellness, thyroid function and more.

Well Man


Identify potential health concerns in a range of bodily functions. Gain insight into your kidney, liver, cardiac and thyroid health with prostate profiling and more. 

Thyroid health


For a detailed look at how your thyroid gland is functioning, our thyroid test can measure your hormone levels to identify if your thyroid is over or under-active.

Heart health


The heart health blood test looks at the main risk factors for heart disease and other heart health issues including cholesterol, high sensitivity CRP, and your cardiovascular risk score.

Kidney health


If you have been diagnosed with kidney disease, are high risk, have high blood pressure or diabetes, it is vital to keep a close eye on your kidney health.

Liver health


If you want to be proactive about your liver health, our test can tell you how your diet and lifestyle are impacting your liver. 

Iron status


Iron is essential for your health and low iron can cause a range of symptoms, like fatigue and dizziness, and impact your haemoglobin production.

Tired all the time


A small change in energy levels is normal, but prolonged tiredness can be a sign that something else is going on in your body.

Do you feel tired all the time? Chronic fatigue or constantly feeling tired and run down could be a sign of an underlying condition. A simple blood test can help identify if you are suffering from low iron or another condition that causes fatigue.

Hormone health


If you are worried about a hormonal imbalance impacting your life, the hormonal health blood test can help.

Our simple hormone test can help identify the cause of conditions affecting your metabolism, mood, sleep schedule, stress levels, development, and growth. We can measure your hormone levels to identify underlying health conditions or indicate if you need further testing.

Metabolic syndrome


Muscle and joint health


Muscle and rheumatology


Standard screening

Standard blood screen


Standard blood screen plus


Blood count


Female health

Polycystic ovaries


Most women with PCOS have no symptoms or are unable to get an accurate diagnosis. This blood test will measure your hormone levels to diagnose PCOS. Alternatively, if you are experiencing symptoms, this comprehensive hormone panel can identify if PCOS is the cause.

Struggling to conceive


Want to maximize your chance of getting pregnant? A simple blood test can reveal if your ovaries are functioning correctly. This test looks for anti-müllerian hormone (AMH) and can help you identify steps to take to improve your chance of conception. 

Female hormone and fertility


Want to maximize your chance of getting pregnant? A simple blood test can reveal if your ovaries are functioning correctly. This test looks for anti-müllerian hormone (AMH) and can help you identify steps to take to improve your chance of conception. 

Performance and nutrition

Sports performance


Nutritional and digestive health


Vitamin check


Our vitamin screening, also called a vitamin deficiency test, can identify if you lack any of the key nutrients or vitamins needed to keep you healthy. Any deficiency could have a long-term impact on your health and well-being. Depending on your results, you may need to take a supplement or implement lifestyle changes to protect your health.

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Accessible & Affordable

Our service is fast, efficient and reliable. It is also more affordable than many traditional private healthcare routes.

One Stop Clinic

From consultation to diagnosis to treatment, our service is a one stop clinic for self-pay healthcare.

Range of Specialists

We have a wide range of specialists which means we can always find the right person for you.

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Frequent Questions

We have extremity and full body MRI scanners. Extremity scanners are specifically designed for the hands, wrists, elbows, feet, ankles and knees. Unlike with conventional MRI, our scanners are open rather than the traditional enclosed capsule. This coupled with very little noise and overall ergonomic design maximises patient comfort.  

Most MRI scans are requested on a non-urgent, consultant-led basis. This means you can end up waiting up to 18 weeks from the time of your NHS e-Referral Service appointment or when the hospital gets your referral letter. Then there is a further wait for your results which is typically 24 hours. 

The NHS looks after the vast majority of patients in the UK and there is a huge demand on services such as MRI, with the more urgent cases being given priority. You can, however, skip this queue if you opt to get a private MRI scan which you can pay for yourself.  

Yes. You simply need to fill in our enquiry form to book a private MRI scan appointment. However you will need to pay an upfront cost for our services.   

Yes. It’s also possible to book for someone else if you’re their carer. By simply answering a few questions about why you want the scan and some extra safety questions you can book someone in hassle free. 

No. It’s a very safe, non-invasive procedure. There have been a wide range of studies on the impact of radio waves and magnets on the human body and no risks have been identified. Unlike with an X-ray machine, radiation is not used so there is no risk of exposure to radiation during an MRI procedure. However, due to the use of the strong magnets, MRIs cannot be performed on patients with implanted pacemakers.  

Typically Your GP may suggest an MRI for soft tissue injuries as the MRI can scan the internal structure of muscles, bones, ligaments, organs, nerves, and joints, from any angle. MRIs are more versatile, and doctors use them for examining many medical conditions. However, x-rays are used more often for examining broken bones, and they can also help detect diseased tissue. Additionally, an MRI scan does not use radiation, instead using strong magnets and radio waves.   

If you’re experiencing knee pain, a knee MRI can look at the ligaments, muscles and tissues surrounding the knee to identify the cause of your knee pain within 15 to 45 minutes on average. This is because only your lower body needs to go into the MRI machine. 

A full body MRI is a five-part scan that looks at the brain, neck arteries, chest, abdomen and pelvis and it takes around 1 hour. All our scanners are open rather than the traditional enclosed capsule, with an ergonomic design to maximise patient comfort. 

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