Men's health screening

Preventative health screening for men

A great way to stay in control of your health and pick up early signs of disease

About health screening for men

As you get older or if you're concerned about hereditary disease, screening is a positive way of taking care of yourself.

You will have a series of tests tailored to your age, lifestyle and family history so we can look out for the things that are most likely to affect you.

Need to know

  • What happens during screening? icon plus

    The tests and assessments you have will depend on what your doctor suggests. They recommend screens that are appropriate to your age, lifestyle, family history and any conditions and allergies you already have. Beyond that, you can choose between different screening packages.

    Generally speaking, the core men's health screening involves:

  • How to prepare icon plus

    We ask you to fill out a pre-screen questionnaire so your doctor knows what screens to recommend. Based on this, we'll let you know what you need to do to prepare.
  • After your tests icon plus

    It usually takes 24 to 48 hours for all your results to come in. Your doctor puts everything into a personalised medical report and talks you through it in person. Based on your results, they may recommend treatment or refer you to one of our consultants. They give you advice on how to adjust your lifestyle and they'll tell you if they want to follow anything up. If you're over 50, they'll probably suggest that you repeat your screen in 12 months.

Our men's health specialists

We’re proud to work with leading experts across a range of medical, fields, whose skills are matched by their integrity and compassion. 

Our locations

From straightforward tests and scanning, we provide exceptional screening services across our network of hospitals, outpatient centres and specialist clinics.

Book an appointment

Our team can help with any enquiries or you can make an appointment with one of our experienced consultants.

Call us today

020 7079 4344
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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