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reAssure III health screen

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We are now re-open for health screening services

To maximise safety and convenience for patients, we have made reAssure I-IV health screens available either in-person or via video consultation with remote blood testing kits and other observation kits being sent to patients at home.

If you choose to come to a clinic, our bookings team will take you through a Coronavirus screening questionnaire and advise of measures taken to ensure safety when you travel to one of our clinics.

If you choose a remote health assessment, your tests will be confirmed and kits sent to you for completion in the post.

All digital aspects of your health screen can be accessed using the My HCA GP app (Apple / Android) or via our web portal in the usual way.

Our reAssure III health screen

The reAssure III health screen provides a detailed analysis of your current overall health along with any hereditary health risks, helping you to understand how to better look after yourself in the future.

After your comprehensive assessment, which includes one hour of one-to-one time with one of our experienced GPs, we'll provide a tailored information pack with your results. These results will help us to guide you in developing a personal health action plan.

Need to know

  • What happens icon plus

    This health screen includes a comprehensive range of tests and extra time with one of our GPs to discuss any health concerns you may have.

    Before your appointment, you'll be asked to complete a detailed medical history and lifestyle questionnaire. You'll also complete an online assessment, answering questions related to your sleeping habits, diet and psychological wellbeing.

    One of our GPs will then take you through a physical assessment and consultation. This will include your height and weight measurement for a BMI calculation, as well as a hearing, lung function, heart rate and blood pressure test. You will also have a complete clinical mole check to identify any new or unusual moles.

    A comprehensive blood screening will look into any risk factors for common conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes, as well as certain cancers and autoimmune diseases.

    Men will have a testicular examination and PSA test, and women may also have additional tests including a mammogram if appropriate.

    Your reAssure III screen will take a minimum of two hours, with one hour spent with one of our experienced GPs. Afterwards you will receive all test results and a personalised roadmap, report and health action plan, which your GP will discuss with you.

  • What’s included in my health screen icon plus

    This health screen includes 43 tests and a full physical examination. Your reAssure III screen includes the following assessments:


    • height and weight measurement
    • body mass index (BMI) calculation
    • waist to hip ratio
    • body fat percentage and tissue hydration
    • blood pressure and pulse rate
    • cardiovascular risk score (Q risk)
    • diabetes risk score
    • hearing test
    • basic metabolic rate (BMR)
    • complete clinical mole check 
    • full haematological and ESR test (including blood profile and tissue inflammation test, which can be a marker for certain cancers and autoimmune diseases)
    • vitamin D
    • serum glucose (blood sugar)
    • renal (kidney) function
    • bone minerals
    • gout
    • protein levels and liver function
    • cholesterol (including fractions and ratios of cholesterol types)
    • thyroid function (TSH)
    • serum iron
    • urinalysis
    • HbA1C (diabetes test)
    • detailed lung function, including flow volume loop
    • resting ECG (electrocardiogram)
    • cardiac exercise stress test with blood pressure monitor
    • core stability assessment (spinal mouse spine curvature)
    • Cantab test (cognitive function test, performed at patients discretion)
    • blood cancer test, faecal occult blood (for people over 50)
    • testicular examination (for men)
    • prostate cancer blood test, PSA (for men over 45)
  • Additional tests for women icon plus

    Women may elect to have some or all of the following assessments:


    • pelvic examination
    • cervical smear test (thin prep) - incurs extra charge for My HCA GP subscribers
    • HPV test - incurs extra charge for My HCA GP subscribers
    • rubella antibodies blood test (for women of reproductive age)
    • breast examination
    • digital mammography (only if clinically appropriate — involves an extra charge)

Our locations

Roodlane Canary Wharf

Roodlane Medical, Unit 5, 25 Cabot Square (located on Mackenzie walk), Canary Wharf, London, E14 4QW

Fleet St Clinic

Roodlane Medical, 2-3 Salisbury Court, London, EC4Y 8AA

New Broad Street

Roodlane Medical, 58 New Broad Street, London, EC2M 1JJ

Roodlane Tooley Street

Roodlane Medical, 4th Floor, Magdalen House, 148 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2TU

Our locations outside of London

Birmingham Clinic

1st Floor, 1 Cornwall Street, Snow Hill Station Side, Birmingham, B3 2DX

Glasgow Clinic

Roodlane Medical, St Vincent Street, 203 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5QD

Contact us

Call us to book an appointment or use our enquiry form to get in touch.

This content is intended for general information only and does not replace the need for personal advice from a qualified health professional.
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