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Health Screenings

45-minute consultation with Doctor to include

 

  • Medical History

  • Lifestyle review

  • Physical examination

  • Spirometry-lung function

  • ECG

  • Urinalysis

  • Blood tests

kidneys, liver, cholesterol and lipid profile, full blood count.

15 minute follow up consultation to discuss results

This focused health screen allows for early diagnosis and monitoring of lung conditions, even at an early stage before symptoms develop.


This health screen consists of a range of diagnostic tests:


• Detailed questionnaire
• Heart rate and blood pressure measures
• Electrocardiogram (ECG): for heart electrical activity and rhythm,
• Spirometry: This test measures how much air you can breathe in and out of your lungs, as well as how easily and fast you can blow the air out of your lungs
• Blood tests to identify factors suggestive of COPD or lung Cancer and general well-being

The five main symptoms of a lung condition are breathlessness, cough, wheezing, chest pain, and infection.

This Platinum Health Screening is an excellent way of having a clear picture of your current health.

 

Areas of potential concern can be highlighted and addressed before they cause health issues in the future. Equally, it is always an advantage to detect symptoms and signs of illness early to have the best chance of successful treatment.

Comprehensive blood tests, urine sample, Faecal sample, ECG, Spirometry, Blood Pressure, BMI calculation, Physical examination, Ultrasound of Abdomen or Gynae Ultrasound, inclusive of a 30-minute follow-up consultation with the GP to discuss results and design and implement any changes needed.

Enhanced Screen Extras
For Men

Faecal Occult blood test, generally if over 45.  £32.00

Prostate examination and PSA test, generally if over 50. £126.88

For Women

Faecal occult blood. £32.00

Pelvic examination and cervical smear. £190.00

OVARIAN HEALTH CHECK 

30 minutes consultation to include ultrasound scan of ovaries £290.00

Ca125 blood test additional  £151.50

 

Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cancer among women and is more likely to occur in those over the age of 50 although it can affect women of any age. The symptoms can be quite vague and difficult to recognise in the early stages but can include bloating, abdominal pain and difficulty eating.


There is no screening programme available on the NHS as there is not currently a single suitable test but the use of ultrasound scan in combination with a blood test to check levels of Ca125, a marker for ovarian cancer, can be useful in picking up some cases.

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