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    Health Screening in Leeds

    Our tailored health screening will help you to identify current health problems, as well as increased risk of particular conditions. This allows you to take greater control over your health - armed with additional information, you’ll be able to make informed decisions about treatment options, lifestyle changes and more.

    About Evolve Medical’s Private Health Screening

    Evolve Medical offers three health screening packages in Leeds, each offering a different level of screening to suit your lifestyle and individual needs.  The health screening will identify whether you are at increased risk of a particular condition, which can prove invaluable for patients who have yet to experience symptoms.  Identifying diseases and conditions early, when they are easier to treat, can improve a patient’s long-term health and wellbeing.  Following the results of the screening, our team of medical professionals may offer further tests and appropriate treatment to reduce the risk and/or complications arising from the potential disease or condition.  Many patients choose to undergo a full medical check up, including blood tests and a GP consultation with our resident, fully qualified GP to discuss the results of their test, for peace of mind. Evolve Medical’s empathetic, professional team of medical experts will provide reassurance throughout the screening process, ensuring you have a comfortable experience when you visit our clinic

    Evolve Medical’s Core Health Screening

    Our Core health screening package offers a comprehensive series of tests including blood tests to check your health and wellbeing and identify any health problems. Your Core health screening will include: 
    • A review of your family history and past medical history to enable us to calculate your risk
    • Blood tests (including full blood count; kidney, liver and thyroid function; diabetes; B12; folate; ferritin; Vitamin D and cholesterol)
    • Blood pressure and pulse check
    • Height, weight and BMI check
    • QRISK® calculation, which analyses the risk of developing a heart attack or stroke
    • Urinalysis (urine testing)
    Following your screening, which will take place with a qualified nurse, you will receive a 30-minute consultation with our resident GP to discuss your results. You’ll also receive a personalised report of all tests and results.  Book Your Core Health Screening Online

    Evolve Medical’s Enhanced Health Screening

    Our Enhanced health screening package offers all the Core benefits but will also include:
    • Additional bloods tests
      • For females: Oestrogen, progesterone, testosterone, sex hormone binding globulin and CA125.
      • For males: PSAg, testosterone and sex hormone binding globulin.
    • Lung function tests
    Following your screening, which will take place with a qualified nurse, you will receive a 45-minute consultation with our resident GP to discuss your results. You’ll also receive a personalised report of all tests and results.  Book Your Enhanced Health Screening Online

    Evolve Medical’s Ultimate Health Screening

    Our Ultimate health screening programme is the most extensive health screening service we offer. Evolve Medical’s Ultimate package includes all of the tests included in the Core and Enhanced health screenings, plus: 
    • Screening for Atrial Fibrillation
      • Additional referrals for chest x-ray, abdominal ultrasound scan or pelvic ultrasound scan may be provided. 
    Following your screening, which will take place with a qualified nurse, you will receive a 60-minute consultation with our resident GP to discuss your results. You’ll also receive a personalised report of all tests and results.  Book Your Ultimate Health Screening Online

    What Can I Expect From My Screening Results?

    Each of Evolve Medical’s health screening programmes includes a consultation with our resident GP to discuss your results.  If you get a normal result after a screening test, this means your health screening has not flagged up potential health issues. However, this does not mean you’ll never develop the condition in the future - it just indicates that you are low risk at the moment. Regular medical screening can be part of a healthy, active lifestyle, helping you to be aware of potential health risks.  If your screening tests reveal a higher-risk result, you may have one or more of the conditions you have been tested for. Our resident GP will offer you advice, support and treatment. 

    The Advantages Of Medical Screening

    Undergoing a health screening offers plenty of advantages:
    • Detects conditions or diseases early, even if you don’t have any symptoms
    • Helps you to make better informed decisions about your health
    • Reduces the risk of a condition developing 
    • Allows you to access treatment for conditions or diseases early, when they may be easier to treat
    • Identifies potential future health problems, so you can make preventative lifestyle changes if needed 

    What Conditions or Diseases Will A Health Screening Test For?

    A full body check-up will test for a wide range of conditions and diseases, helping to identify your risk of developing illness both now and in the future. This includes:
    • Heart conditions, such as cardiovascular disease or predisposition to a heart attack
    • Lung conditions
    • Kidney disease
    • Liver function
    • Underactive or overactive thyroid
    • Diabetes and prediabetes
    • High cholesterol
    • Hypertension
    • Stroke
    • Markets for potential cancers

    How Often Should I Get A Health Screening?

    How often you should get a health screening will depend on several factors including your age, lifestyle and medical history.  A full medical check-up is recommended at least once every five years throughout your twenties, once every three years throughout your thirties and forties, once every two years throughout your fifties and once a year in your sixties.   However, the decision to book a health screening is an entirely personal one. No matter when you last had your full health check-up, you’ll receive the same careful, comprehensive screening process every time here at Evolve Medical, delivered by our qualified team of medical professionals. 

    What Is A Health Screening?

    Health screenings consist of a variety of tests, which could include blood tests, urinalysis, blood pressure monitoring, lung function tests and more. These tests not only help to pinpoint current health problems, but also identify if you have a higher chance of developing certain health conditions in the future.  This helps patients to make more informed decisions around their health, from seeking out early treatment to making lifestyle changes as a preventative measure.

    Understanding Your Blood Tests

    Each of our health screening packages includes blood testing to provide a comprehensive overview of your health. It’s important to understand what each of these blood tests reveal and how this relates to your health.

    Blood tests included within our Core health screening package

    • Full Blood Count (FBC) 
    A full blood count test is used as a broad screening test to check for disorders such as anaemia, infection and other diseases. It is a panel of tests that examines different parts of the blood including Haemoglobin, Red Blood Cell parameters, White Blood count including differential and platelets. 
    • Urea and Electrolytes (U&Es) 
    The U&E profile includes sodium, potassium, urea and creatinine. These tests are used to assess kidney function and to determine the health of your kidneys.
    • Liver Function Tests (LFTs)
    Liver function tests check the health of your liver, helping to diagnose any liver damage. 
    • Thyroid Function Tests (TFTs) 
    TFTs test for and diagnose thyroid disorders such as underactive or overactive thyroid.
    • HbA1c 
    This test helps to diagnose diabetes by obtaining the three-month average of blood sugar.
    • B12
    Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that plays a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, and for the formation of blood. Low B12 levels can result in headaches, tiredness, and feeling drained.
    • Folate
    Folate is needed for the body to make healthy red blood cells, so a folate test can identify if a patient is anaemic. 
    • Ferritin
    A ferritin test is used to diagnose iron deficiency anaemia, as it checks how much iron your body is storing. 
    • Vitamin D 
    This test indicates vitamin D supply to the body. If you are deficient in Vitamin D, you may have muscle weakness, pain, fatigue and depression, so determining your Vitamin D levels is an important step towards diagnosis and subsequent treatment.
    • Lipid profile 
    This is a combination of blood tests to check the cholesterol levels and the level of triglycerides in the blood. Unhealthy levels of lipids can clog your arteries and increase your risk of heart disease and strokes, and can also be responsible for unhealthy weight gain. 

    Blood tests included within our Enhanced and Ultimate health screening packages

    Both our Enhanced and Ultimate health screenings for men and women include each of the Core blood tests, plus additional tests for a more comprehensive health profile:

    Male blood tests

    • Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA)
    PSA is a protein made in the prostate gland, and high levels of PSA can be an indicator of prostate cancer.
    • Testosterone 
    Low levels of testosterone can affect fertility, libido, erectile dysfunction and sex drive among other things. This test will indicate levels of testosterone in the body.
    • SHBG 
    Sex Hormone Binding Globulin is a protein synthesized by the liver and used to investigate infertility, reduced libido or erectile dysfunction in men

    Female blood tests

    • Oestrogen
    Oestrogen helps to evaluate ovarian function. Measuring your oestrogen levels could lead to greater understanding around ovulation, pregnancy, the menopause and more.
    • Progesterone 
    This can be used to check for ovulation when investigating fertility problems.
    • SHBG 
    Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) is a protein synthesized by the liver and used to investigate unwanted, excessive hair growth and irregularities in the menstrual cycle. 
    • Testosterone 
    Low levels of testosterone in women can cause weight gain, reduced sex drive, low mood, reduction in muscle mass and fatigue. 
    • CA125 
    This is often known as the ‘cancer antigen’, therefore the CA125 test can help to detect some ovarian cancers.

    Price List

    DurationPrice
    Core Health Screening Package-£349
    Enhanced Health Screening Package-£455
    Ultimate Health Screening Package-£525

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