Advanced Health Screen

Offers a choice of four different levels to suit different budgets and meet the needs of a variety of workforces. Depending on the level, our health screens can include body profile tests, key heart tests, vital organ tests and cancer checks.

  • Ideal for men and women aged 18–70
  • 30–60 minute screening time
  • £70 – £210  per employee*


What's included?

  • Level 1
  • Level 2
  • Level 3
  • Level 4
Length of screening (minutes)
  • 30
  • 45
  • 60
  • 60
Cost per employee*
  • £70
  • £100
  • £160
  • £210
Body Profile
Height, Weight and BMI
Body Mass Index assessment
Body Fat %
Body fat as a percentage of weight test
Visceral Fat Test - Abdomen fat
Fat around the abdomen
Metabolic Rate
The minimum number of calories your body needs per day to stay alive
Hydration Test
Water level in the body
Bone Mass Assessment - Not Osteoporosis
The weight of your skeleton
Blood Profile
Blood Glucose - Diabetes Blood Test
Glucose is a test for diabetes
Haemoglobin - Red Blood Cell Test
A test which shows iron levels in the blood system
Vital Organ
Leucocytes - Kidney Infection Test
Waste product common in kidney issues
Nitrite - Bacteria Infection Test
Waste product that is common in urinary infections
Protein - Kidney Disease Test
High levels of protein excreted through urine is common in kidney disease
Ketones - Dietary Protein Balance Test
Ketones are often excreted when people have high protein diets (ketosis)
Liver Disease Test
Bilirubin is a waste product that when excreted is often an indication of liver disease
Blood in Urine - Kidney Disease Test
Blood in urine can be caused by a kidney disease or possibly menstruation
Lung Function - Respiratory Test
Low lung function can be indicative of a respiratory issue such as asthma or COPD
Blood Pressure Test
Test for systolic (top number) and diastolic (bottom number) readings
Blood Oxygen Saturation
Low levels of oxygen in the blood could be due to asthma or low iron levels for example
ECG - Electrocardiogram
The ECG looks at the consistency of the electrical current running through the heart
Cardio Fitness Test
The step test will assess the exercise ECG and also recovery rates of the heart etc
Total Cholesterol Test
The total of the HDL (good) and LDL (bad) cholesterol added together
HDL Cholesterol Test - Good Cholesterol
HDL (good) cholesterol test
Cardiovascular Cohesion Stress Test
Assesses the relationship between the heart, respiratory and nervous systems
Arteriosclerosis - Hardening of the arteries
By comparing pulse pressure on both arms we can assess hardening of the arteries
LDL Cholesterol/Triglyceride Blood Test
LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglyceride test which completes the cholesterol profile
High Sensitivity CRP Test - Cardio Test
HS C-reactive protein is an inflammation marker common in heart disease
Cancer Checks
Bowel Cancer - Men and Women over 40
Blood in the faeces can indicate Bowel Cancer
Prostate Disease Blood Test - Men only
Prostate-specific antigen is a protein in the blood stream that is common in men with Prostate Disease or Cancer
Women Only
Thyroid Blood Test - Women only
Thyroid is a gland that manages metabolism - low thyroid levels can be a reason for putting on weight
Osteoporosis Test - Women over 40 only
Osteoporosis is a disease of the bone
Laboratory Blood Test (blood sample sent to a laboratory) for ferritin, liver, kidney, thyroid, prostate, ovarian and bowel cancer. Available for an extra £100 per person.
*Minimum screening value must be £600 per day for on-site visits. Screening costs are not subject to VAT or insurance Premium Tax.