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reAssure health screens

Our reAssure health screens offer so much more than just a simple health check. We focus on the main health risks affecting the UK population, such as cardiovascular health, diabetes, weight management and some cancers. Led by our expert GPs, we give you a personalised snapshot of your current overall health and guidance to minimise risks and improve your wellbeing.

What we offer

reAssure I

This is our core health screen, offering a GP-led assessment of key health indicators. It includes 33 tests and a full physical examination to help you manage your health as part of a full and active lifestyle. Your assessment will take a minimum of 30 minutes, all of which is spent with an experienced GP. Suitable for adults of all ages, especially those under 40. Cost: £220 (£250 for women with additional tests)

reAssure II

This is a more extensive GP-led screen, offering a comprehensive series of tests across key health indicators, such as cardiovascular health and diabetes. It includes 39 tests and a full physical examination. Your assessment will take a minimum of 60 minutes, including 45 minutes with an experienced GP. Suitable for adults of all ages, especially those over 40. Cost: £340 (£375 for women with additional tests)

reAssure III

This screen offers a comprehensive range of tests to fully assess your current health and consider hereditary risks. It includes 43 tests and a full physical examination, plus extra time with a GP to discuss any health concerns. Your assessment will take a minimum of two hours and 15 minutes, including an hour and 15 minutes with an experienced GP. Suitable for adults of all ages, especially those over 40. Cost: £445 (£475 for women with additional tests)

reAssure IV

Our most comprehensive screen is unique in offering a detailed guide to your overall health, along with a genetics profile and lifestyle coaching package. It's designed to help you manage the health risks most relevant to you and make proactive and well-informed changes to your lifestyle. This health screen includes 45 tests and a full physical examination. Your assessment will take a minimum of four hours, including an hour and a half with an experienced GP. Suitable for adults of all ages, especially those over 40. Cost: £685 (£715 for women with additional tests)

Advanced health screens

It may be that your GP appointment or reAssure screen shows up something that requires further investigation. In such cases, your GP might recommend you take one of our 12 advanced screening tests, each of which focuses on a specific health risk.

What they involve

  • Adrenal stress profile test icon plus

    The adrenal stress profile tests for imbalances in your stress hormones. This can be an important indicator of hormonal imbalances associated with certain conditions. These include management of stress, anxiety, depression, issues with blood sugar or glucose levels, chronic fatigue syndrome and weight management problems.

    Your GP will send the test kit to your home. It contains a saliva swab, and you'll need to take a saliva sample four times throughout the course of a single day. The results will be analysed in a laboratory and your GP will write to you with your results.

  • Breast MRI icon plus

    Although breast cancer mostly affects women over 50, it remains the most common type of cancer among women under 35. If you're under 40 with a higher genetic risk of breast cancer or have been identified as having dense breast tissue, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may be recommended as a means of early diagnosis and detection.

  • CANTAB Insight icon plus

    If you have problems with your processing speed, attention and memory, the CANTAB insight test can help measure your cognitive health. This digital assessment focuses on areas like your executive function, your processing speed, your attention, your working memory and your memory of events and experiences.

    You'll complete an assessment in a quiet room using a tablet. An audio soundtrack will guide you through the test, which will be recorded as part of the report.

    Depending on the results of your CANTAB Insight test, you may have further diagnostic tests or treatment, a follow-up appointment.

  • Cardiac risk blood profile icon plus

    This test identifies certain fats and proteins in the blood which may indicate that you're at a higher than average risk of coronary heart disease. Your GP may offer this blood test if you present coronary heart disease risk factors such as being overweight, a smoker or doing little aerobic exercise. Other heart disease risk factors could be high cholesterol, diabetes, an underactive thyroid or a family history of coronary heart disease. Understanding your risk early can help you manage it more effectively.

  • CT coronary angiogram icon plus

    This minimally invasive test is used to check your risk of heart disease by examining the arteries, especially if you're overweight, unfit or you smoke. Your GP may also recommend it if you have high cholesterol or blood pressure, diabetes, a thyroid condition or a family history of coronary heart disease.

    First, you'll have an injection of dye into a vein in your arm so your arteries will show up on the scan. The CT scanner is a ring shaped machine which contains X-ray tubes. You'll lie on a bed which passes through the machine, while it rotates and takes a number of 2D images which can be stacked together to create 3D images.

  • CT virtual colonoscopy icon plus

    A CT scan creates a series of X-rays to form a 3D picture of your bowel, a less invasive alternative to an endoscopic procedure. We may recommend a CT if you drink alcohol, smoke and eat a lot of red and processed meat, or if you already have a bowel condition or a family history of bowel cancer.

    You may have an injection of contrast dye beforehand, and your radiologist will insert a small tube into your back passage to fill your bowel with air or carbon dioxide, to make the CT scan clearer.

  • DNAFit test icon plus

    This test determines your response to a series of genetic markers which are associated with fitness, nutrition and sporting performance. Based on your result, your GP can provide personalised advice and help you to build a personalised lifestyle plan. During your appointment, your GP will carry out a simple saliva test, then send your sample to the DNAFit laboratory.

    The sample will be analysed by a team of human genetics and nutrigenomics, who will focus on the interaction between nutrition and genetics. If your DNAFit test shows up any abnormality, your GP will contact you to discuss the next steps.

  • FibroScan® icon plus

    A FibroScan® is an ultrasound which can measure the elasticity of your liver, an indicator of liver health. Your GP may recommend this if you drink an excessive amount of alcohol, are overweight, obese or unfit, or if you have diabetes. It's a quick, non-invasive procedure and you shouldn't feel any discomfort.

  • Oncogene test icon plus

    The oncogene test analyses 30 genes to help you understand your risk for common hereditary cancers including breast, ovarian, uterine, colorectal, stomach, pancreatic, skin and prostate cancer. This simple saliva test may be useful for anyone with a family history of these types of cancer. If a genetic mutation is found, we can work with you to devise a personal health screening programme to increase the chance of early detection.

  • Ovarian health icon plus

    Ovarian cancer can often be diagnosed late because the position of the ovaries in pelvis makes it less likely to be spotted. We can carry out a simple blood test, testing levels of the protein CA125 which, if raised, may indicate cancer. Your GP may also book you a minimally invasive ultrasound scan of the pelvis with a radiologist at one of our hospitals. Together these can offer you a better chance of early detection and treatment.

  • Septina 9 test icon plus

    The Septina 9 blood test helps to detect early bowel cancer. It works by identifying the presence of a particular DNA, Septin 9, which is present in almost all colonic tumours. We may recommend this if you drink alcohol, smoke or eat a lot of red and processed meat, if you already have a bowel condition or there's a family history of bowel cancer. You’ll get the blood test results within four weeks.

  • StoreGene test icon plus

    Many people may be at a greater risk of developing coronary heart disease because of their genetics. The StoreGene test is a simple assessment to help identify these genetic markers. Your GP may recommend it if you have common cardiovascular risk factors such as being overweight, you have diabetes or high cholesterol or if it's in your family history.

Our locations within London

Bank

Medicentre, London, EC2V 6EE

Baker Street

Roodlane Medical, London, W1U 8EW

Canary Wharf

Roodlane Medical Ltd, London, E14 4QW (located on Mackenzie walk)

Chelsea

Sydney Street Outpatients and Diagnostics Centre, 102 Sydney Street, London, SW3 6NR

Chiswick

HCA UK at Chiswick Outpatients and Diagnostics Centre, Bond House, 347-352 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 4HS

Fleet Street

Roodlane Medical, London, EC4Y 8AA

Marylebone

London Digestive Centre, 41-43 Welbeck Street, London, W1G 8DU

New Broad Street

Roodlane Medical Ltd, London, EC2M 1JJ

The Shard

HCA Healthcare UK Outpatients & Diagnostics Centre, London, SE1 9BS

Tooley Street

Roodlane Medical Ltd, London, SE1 2TU

Tower Hill

Roodlane Medical, London, EC3N 3AJ

Victoria Station

Medicentre, London, SW1V 1JT

Our locations outside of London

Birmingham

Roodlane Medical, 1 Cornwall Street, Birmingham, B3 2DX

Elstree, Hertfordshire

The Elstree Outpatients and Diagnostics Centre, Beaufort House, The Waterfront, Elstree Road, Elstree WD6 3BS

Glasgow

Roodlane Medical Ltd, Glasgow, G2 5QD

Sevenoaks

Sevenoaks Medical Centre, Beadle House, London Road, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 2JD

Wilmslow

52 Alderley Road, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 1NY

How to access our Primary Care health screening

Appointments are available same day or next day, to make an appointment please call

0345 437 0691
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