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Simple and effective health checks to help you take control of your health

Since 2012 Bluecrest has been proving high-quality health assessments across the UK. We aim to complement the health care provision by empowering you to take control of your health, offering health assessments that are affordable to all.  Our health assessments and checks aim to help you identify preventable medical conditions, such as high cholesterol and pre-diabetes, which may not always show symptoms but can seriously affect your quality of life in the future.

Individual health tests

Mix and match our series of individual health tests. Whether you have one specific test in mind or want to create your own bespoke package of tests, there is a wide variety available to cover your health needs. Once analysed, your test results will be available securely online for you to view at the click of a button. Alternatively, you may wish to view our Health MOT packages which offer a bundled saving in comparison to what you would pay for each test if bought individually.

Artery Disease Risk

Peripheral Arterial Disease – Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a common condition which restricts blood flow to the legs. The ABPI (Ankle Brachial Pressure Index) test is used to examine blood pressure difference between the arms and legs which can be an indicator of the condition. £70

Biochemistry Profile

Biochemistry profile – biochemistry is a collection of blood tests looking at liver function (AST, ALP, ALT, Gamma-GT and Bilirubin); kidney function (sodium, urea, creatinine, eGFR); cholesterol; bone health (calcium, phosphate and corrected calcium); general health markers (protein, iron, globulin, albumin); inflammatory arthritis (gout risk). £70

Biometric analysis

Biometric analysis – your biometric analysis is quick and simple, and involves two simple steps measuring your height and then via a smart scale bio-electrical impedance machine to assess your weight, fat percentage, body fat %, visceral fat %, muscle mass, bone mass, total body water %, fat free mass and finally giving you metabolic age and basal metabolic rate. £60

Cancer risk

Prostate cancer risk (PSA) – This simple test measures the PSA levels in your blood. Raised PSA levels are linked to an increased risk of prostate cancer. Suitable for over 40s only. Includes access to GP helpline. £59
Stomach cancer risk (H. Pylori) – H. Pylori, a bacterial infection of the lining of the stomach, can cause chronic inflammation which may lead to ulcers in the stomach and increase the risk of stomach cancer. £29

Cholesterol status

Your cholesterol test, also called lipid panel, measures all the types of cholesterol in your blood stream. Cholesterol is essential for the production of healthy cell membranes, hormones and bile acids. £29

Coeliac disease

This test examines the level of transglutaminase antibody (tTG) in your blood. Coeliac disease is a common autoimmune condition in which gluten causes chronic inflammation of the small intestine. £29

COVID-19

PCR home test kit – The PCR kit is a simple and convenient way to find out whether you currently have the COVID-19 infection. Suitable for over 18s only. Includes access to GP helpline. £109
Antibody home test kit – The Antibody kit is a simple and efficient way to find out whether you have previously had the COVID-19 infection. Suitable for over 18s only. Includes access to GP helpline.Antibody home test kit – The Antibody kit is a simple and efficient way to find out whether you have previously had the COVID-19 infection. Suitable for over 18s only. Includes access to GP helpline. £60

Diabetes risk – HbA1c

Where general glucose testing is looking at a snapshot of glucose levels in the blood, a HbA1c test can give the wider picture of the average amount of glucose over a longer period of time. £29

Heart rhythm ECG test for atrial fibrillation

Atrial Fibrillation – Atrial fibrillation is  type of abnormality in the rhythm of the heart arrhythmia. It involves the upper chambers of the heart, the atria, beating irregularly. As the atria control the normal (sinus) rhythm of the heart this means that your pulse becomes irregular which can lead to problems. Fortunately, once detected it’s usually treatable with medication. £70

Fatty acids

This test looks at the levels of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids in your blood, which are known as “healthy fats” as they can help to lower your cholesterol level. £79

Folate

This test measures the quantity of folate in your blood serum. Folate (also known as folic acid or vitamin B9) is required for red blood cell formation, tissue and cellular repair, DNA synthesis and for nerve health. £29

Full blood count

This test measures the quantity of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Your blood count can give insight into several conditions including lymphoma, anaemia, infection and inflammation. £49

Iron

Iron stores – This test measures a protein called ferritin, which correlates directly with total body iron stores. Ferritin is more sensitive at recognising iron deficiency than simply measuring iron levels in the blood. £29
Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity – Iron is an essential mineral which helps make healthy red blood cells. Total Iron Binding Capacity measures your blood’s capacity to bind iron with transferrin, a protein which transports iron around your body. £29

Thyroid function

The thyroid is a small gland in the neck which produces thyroxine, a hormone essential in the regulation of your body’s metabolism. This test measures the amount of thyroid stimulating hormone and thyroxine in the blood. £29

Vitamins

Vitamin D – This test examines the level of vitamin D in your blood. Vitamin D is essential in the regulation of calcium and phosphate balance and plays an important role in keeping your bones and muscles healthy. £29
Vitamin B12 – This test measures the quantity of Vitamin B12 (also known as cobalamin) in your blood. It is required for red blood cell formation, tissue and cellular repair, DNA synthesis and for nerve health. £29

Round-the-clock support with access to a GP helpline

From tummy upsets to travel inoculation advice, you can call any time of the day or night to discuss your questions with a registered GP for a whole year. £10