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  • £100 Essential Health Screen
  • £395 Executive Health Screen
  • £545 Executive Plus Health Screen

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  • A medical history & life style questionnaire
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  • Doctors consultation
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  • Blood Pressure, Height, Weight & BMI measurement
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  • Diabetes check
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  • Cholesterol check
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  • Coronary Heart Disease risk check
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  • Doctors Medical Examination
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  • Stress Analysis
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  • Blood Tests including; a full blood count, biochemistry profile, liver function, kidney function, cholesterol and diabetes check
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  • Urine Analysis
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  • Lung function test (spirometry)
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  • Resting ECG
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  • Bowel Cancer Screen
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  • Personalised medical report & health advice
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  • Thyroid function test and Vitamin D levels
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  • Prostate cancer screen for men
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  • Cervical smear for women
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Why is Health Screening Important?

With a health screen you can gain a detailed picture of your overall health and it allows for the early detection and effective treatment of potential health problems.

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) in the biggest killer in the UK with 2.6 million people in the UK living with coronary heart disease. CVD accounted for >190,000 deaths in the UK in 2007, almost one third of all deaths. Risk factors contributing to CVD include; obesity, diabetes and high cholesterol. It has been shown that nearly 60% of men and women have a blood cholesterol above the recommended value of <5.0 mmol/l.

Diabetes has been shown to be another key cause of morbidity and mortality with 2.6 million diabetics in the UK in 2009, with an estimated 4 million by 2025. In 2008 145,000 new cases were diagnosed in the UK and another estimated 500,000 cases remain undiagnosed. Complications of diabetes includes; cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, diabetic retinopathy and neuropathy.

Cancer is a growing problem with 298,000 cases diagnosed in the UK in 2007. There are over 200 types of cancers but the four most common include breast, lung, colorectal (bowel) and prostate cancer and these account for 54% of all new cases. Cancer is a key cause of mortality with 156,723 deaths from cancer in the UK in 2008, with one in four deaths in the UK caused by cancer.

Therefore by checking for early signs of cancer, heart disease, diabetes & other illnesses you are giving yourself the opportunity of a longer, healthier life and providing yourself with peace of mind.

 

What are we Offering You?

The Edgbaston Private Medical Practice is able to offer you a personal and flexible service. Patients are offered the appropriate time for a full assessment of their healthcare needs.

Appointments are available 6 days a week.

We offer a test service that is tailored to your specific requirements, anything from a general check up to a full health screening including scans. 

Counselling is available if necessary and we are able to help with any lifestyle changes following your results.