A health assessment is a series of tests used to review your overall health. It can help you better manage your health in the future.
These tests provide a detailed picture of your current physical health and fitness, and help you build a clear picture of your current health.
We offer several different types of health assessments for men and women using the state-of-the-art diagnostic and imaging technology.
Both health assessments are designed for men and women who are over 18 years old and are in generally good health. Please let us know if you have any specific health concerns and a doctor will tailor a set of tests to suit your healthcare needs.
If you need to be referred to a consultant, this can be arranged after your health assessment.
You will see a doctor at the beginning and end of your health assessment. Your results will be shared with you up to 7 days from the day of your appointment, together with a medical report.
Executive Health Assessment
This health assessment will provide you with a good overview of your general health.
A set of standard tests are paired with a breast examination and cervical smear for women and a testicular examination and prostate test for men.
This will provide you with information on how to manage your lifestyle going forward, based on the results of your tests and the expert opinion of your doctor and dietitian.
The Executive Health Assessment takes about two hours and 30 minutes.
Premier Health Assessment
This health assessment will give you a thorough insight into your health and wellbeing.
More than 20 major health checks are carried out, including a comprehensive blood analysis; cardiac and lung function tests as well as diagnostic imaging for men and women. This will include mammography for women over the age of 40.
The Premier Health Assessment lasts a full day, with access to a private room. A meal is served at lunch time, half-way through your series of tests.
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