Individual Tests

Although we recommend buying our full health check packages to get the best overview of your health, our tests are also available to buy individually. Call free on 0800 652 2183 to speak to a member of the team. Seasonal discounts may also be available when you call.



This test helps detect traces of human blood in stool. The test uses a self-collection kit with full instructions on how to collect a small stool sample at home.
The EarlyCDT blood test measures your antibody response to 7 proteins produced by lung cancer cells. This can help find lung cancer at an early stage, before symptoms appear.
This test looks for Helicobacter Pylori in the blood. This bacterial infection of the stomach lining may lead to ulcers in the stomach, increasing the risk of stomach cancer.
This test checks for HPV strains which increase cervical cancer risk. The test uses a self-collection vaginal swab kit with instructions on how to collect a sample at home.
This test measures the Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) levels in the blood. Raised PSA levels are linked to an increased risk of prostate cancer. Suitable for males over 40 only.



This blood test includes a liver & kidney function check, a Hba1c diabetes test, essential proteins & iron, uric acid for gout plus a full cholesterol panel.
This test is used to establish a person's specific blood group (type). Your blood group is important to know, as receiving blood from the wrong group can be life threatening.
This test measures the level of transglutaminase antibody (tTG) in the blood. High tTG levels indicate coeliac disease, an autoimmune disorder causing an intolerance to gluten.
The lung function test is an assessment of your respiratory health using spirometry. Abnormal lung function test results can be due to respiratory impairment, most commonly due to COPD (chronic obstructive airways disease).
This blood test measures levels of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) and thyroxine (FT4). Imbalances in these hormones can be due to an over or underactive thyroid.
A biometric analysis gives a breakdown of many components in the body, including muscle and bone mass, visceral fat levels and more. It also shows metabolic age, BMI and BMR.
This test gives 10 key readings to help assess blood health and immunity. Readings include red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.
This test detects faecal calprotectin, released in response to bowel inflammation, in stool. The test uses a self-collection kit with instructions on how to collect a sample at home.
This test measures both Rheumatoid Factor and Anti-CCP Antibodies in the blood. Raised levels indicate an increased risk of rheumatoid arthritis, a chronic autoimmune disease.
This test can detect many conditions including kidney disease and urinary tract infections. The test uses a self-collection kit with instructions on how to collect a urine sample at home.


The male hormone profile is a panel of blood tests to check the levels of seven important hormones. Also included is a private 15-minute GP consultation to discuss the results.
This test measures the levels of the hormone testosterone in a man's blood. Testosterone is responsible for sperm production, sex drive, bone mass and muscle size in men.

Vital Organ Health & Stroke


While a glucose test measures blood glucose levels at one moment in time, a HbA1c test gives a picture of the average amount of glucose in the blood over the last few months.
This test uses an arm cuff attached to a monitor to give the blood pressure result. Systolic and diastolic measurements are taken, helping identify high or low blood pressure.
This test examines three markers in your blood - HA, PIIINP and TIMP-1. The results are combined into a score which correlates with the risk of liver fibrosis (scarring).
A Lipoprotein (a) test can help identify a plaque build-up causing clogging of your arteries. Plaque is made up of cholesterol, fat, calcium and other substances found in your blood. Hardening or furring of the arteries (atherosclerosis) is caused when this plaque accumulates on your artery walls. As the plaque hardens over time, your arteries become narrow, leading to restricted blood flow that can damage your organs and stop them functioning properly.
The PLAC test measures an enzyme called Lp-PLA2 in your blood. Elevated levels of Lp-PLA2 increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, irrespective of any other risk factors.
This test measures the level of B-type Natriuretic Peptide (BNP) in the blood. High BNP levels can indicate heart failure, as the heart releases BNP when its cells are stretched.
This test uses a 6-lead ECG test to check the rhythm of the heart. An accredited Cardiac Data Analyst will then review the trace (the image of the heartbeat over a period of time).
This test uses blood pressure, glucose/Hba1c and cholesterol readings to give an indication of the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Can only be purchased together with the blood pressure and advanced biochemistry tests.
This ABPI test uses sensors attached to the arms and legs to detect any difference in blood pressure between the two. A difference can indicate PAD. Suitable for over 40s only.

Vitamins &


This test measures ferritin levels in the blood, correlating directly with total body iron stores. Ferritin is more sensitive at recognising iron deficiency than a simple iron test.
This test measures the vitamin B12 (or cobalamin) levels in the blood. Vitamin B12 is vital for red blood cell formation, tissue repair, DNA synthesis and good nerve health.
This test measures the vitamin D levels in the blood. Vitamin D is essential to regulate calcium and phosphate balance, and is important to help keep bones and muscles healthy.
This test assesses the ratio of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids in the blood. These polyunsaturated fats are known as “healthy fats”, as they can help to lower cholesterol.
This test measures folate levels in the blood serum. Folate (also called folic acid or vitamin B9) is used for red blood cell formation, tissue repair, DNA synthesis and nerve health.

Booking a full health check package is more cost-effective as we can offer discounts for buying multiple health tests. Plus, you can always add additional tests if you have any specific areas of concern which aren’t covered in your package.