Our doctors are attentive and dedicated to looking after your health and wellbeing.
Our standard appointments last 30 minutes, giving you time to explore your problem with the doctor, agree a course of action and organise any tests or referrals you may need.
Our short appointment (15 minutes) are only for follow-ups, discussion of results or for minor ailments.
15 minute appointment : £75
30 minute appointment: £120
We offer a wide range of blood tests. Our doctors will take a blood sample from you which is sent to a laboratory promptly for testing. These are processed very quickly with the results sent securely to your doctor as soon as they are ready.
We have a comprehensive range of available blood tests.
Click here for a list of commonly requested blood tests and costs.
Immunisation is the best way to prevent developing some types of infections.
We offer routine immunisations and travel vaccines.
Vaccines we routinely provide:
Human Papilloma virus (HPV) - Gardasil 9 for boys and girls
Meningitis (B and ACWY)
Hepatitis A and B
Click here for the full list and more details about individual vaccines and costs.
Vaccination and Immunisation
The health screening appointment lasts one hour with one of our doctors, who will talk through your medical history, followed by a thorough physical examination. Heightened risks can often be reduced to normal levels by lifestyle changes.
A blood sample will be taken for your full blood count, to check your liver and kidney function, cholesterol, thyroid, iron levels, vitamin D and check for diabetes.
Once all of the test results are available, you will receive a comprehensive report giving you a clear understanding of your current health, as well as advice and guidance on how to maintain your health and wellbeing and what behaviours you may need to change to reduce the risk of disease. If there are no concerns, we will call you with your results and your report will follow. If we have concerns, another appointment with your doctor may be required.
The Women's health screen includes a cervical smear test. If you do not wish to have a smear test, the health screen fee is £500.
Premium Health Screen
1 hour appointment
Women's health screen £550
Men's health screen £500
We undertake medicals for HGV, Taxi, Diving, Visa, Diving, Acting etc
We are able to assist you in completing medical assessments that you require for HGV driving applications, Taxi medicals, Visa applications to work/visit/study abroad etc. We also fill out medical assessment forms for marathon/sports and motor sports.
We ask that you bring in a summary of your health records from your NHS GP surgery so that we are able to consult with your medical details before completing forms.
The cost of the medical examination depends on complexity - most require about 45 minutes to perform and costs from £150. Additional tests and scans that are required will be charged separately.
From £150 - please enquire
Sexually transmitted infections (STI) and diseases (STD) may go unnoticed following exposure or an intimate encounter. You may feel normal and appear in good health with no visible symptoms. If you think you might be at risk, book in for a test or full screening for a range of STI’s and STD tests and get your results back quickly.
Book in for a standard appointment to discuss which tests you may require and the associated costs.
Click here for more details of tests and costs.
Cervical Smear - £ 150
A cervical screening test (smear test) is a method of detecting abnormal cells on the cervix. Detecting and removing abnormal cervical cells can prevent cervical cancer.
Electrocardiogram (ECG) - £ 50
An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a simple test that can be used to check your heart's rhythm and electrical activity.
24 hour Blood Pressure Monitor - £ 195
Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABPM) is when your blood pressure is being measured as you move around, living your normal daily life. It is normally carried over 24 hours. It uses a small digital blood pressure machine that is attached to a belt around your body and which is connected to a cuff around your upper arm. It small enough that you can go about your normal daily life and even sleep with it on.