‘Silver’ Health Screening Package £275.00

A busy life can mean that you have no time to think about your lifestyle and its effect on health. Our Silver Health Screening gives you a heart health risk assessment and lifestyle analysis and advice. The Silver Health Screening will minimise your future health risks.

This package includes:
  • Consultation with a Doctor
  • Free follow up appointment with a Doctor
  • Lifestyle Questionnaire
  • Blood Pressure Check
  • Body Composition Check
  • Cardiovascular Disease Risk
  • Urine test
  • ECG
  • Vision Assessment
  • Comprehensive blood tests

Consultation with a doctor

Consultation with an experienced general practitioner.  You will have the opportunity to talk openly, informally and in confidence about your health.  The doctor will review your medical history, talk about your lifestyle and discuss any specific concerns you may have.  A full physical examination will be performed.  All advice provided will be included in a report for you to keep.

Free follow up appointment with a doctor

We are a private GP clinic and want you to develop a relationship with our doctor.  We do not simply want to perform tests and send you a report.  This is why you will have the option to follow up your health screen with a free appointment with the same GP you met with. This can be via telephone or face to face and provides the opportunity to discuss all the findings in the health screen. We want to provide continuity of care.

Lifestyle questionnaire

Your lifestyle can influence your health and the questionnaire will identify areas which can impact on your physical wellbeing including diet, smoking and exercise. Details of your medical history will be considered.

Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a risk factor in heart disease, strokes and other serious conditions. High blood pressure usually causes no symptoms so you will not know if you have it.  Therefore, everyone should have regular blood pressure checks at least every 3 years or sooner.

Body composition check

Body composition is the body’s relative amount of fat to fat-free mass. A good body composition makes you healthier, move more easily, and generally feel better than those with less-than-ideal body composition. Keeping body fat under control and maintaining a healthy weight can help to prevent diabetes and other obesity related diseases.

Your height and weight will be measured and body mass index (BMI) calculated.  BMI is a measure of whether you are a healthy weight for your height.

The Word Health Organization identified that abdominal obesity rather than generalized obesity is a stronger risk factor for some diseases.

We will calculate your waist – hip ratio and comment on the findings.

Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Findings from your medical examination and test results will be used to work out your individual risk of having a heart attack or stroke over the next ten years.

Urine Test

Urinalysis involves checking the appearance, concentration and content of urine.


An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a simple test to check your heart’s rhythm and electrical activity.  It provides useful information on how your heart is working.

Comprehensive Blood Tests

Cholesterol profile:
This is also called Lipid profile and is a group of blood tests where we check for total cholesterol, LDL, HDL and triglycerides. If your cholesterol is high usually there will be no signs and symptoms so it is important to check your cholesterol as it is an important indicator or risk factor for heart diseases.
This is checked to ensure that your blood glucose level is in a healthy range. It is used to diagnose and monitor diabetes.
Full blood count:
The full blood count (FBC) is one of the most commonly ordered tests and provides important information about the kinds and numbers of cells in the blood: red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. This is done for a broad range of screening such as infection, anaemia and other blood diseases.
Kidney function:
The usual blood test which checks that the kidneys are working properly measures the level of urea, creatinine, and certain dissolved salts.
Uric Acid:
This is done to check the level of Uric acid in your blood. This helps in the diagnosis of Gout and monitoring uric acid

Bone Profile:

Tests that include the measurement of Calcium and Phosphate. Alterations in these levels may be associated with both bone and kidney disease.

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Liver function:

Used to detect liver damage or disease. Liver function tests measure various chemicals in the blood made by the liver. An abnormal result indicates a problem with the liver, and may help to identify the cause. Further tests may then be needed.


This is a non-specific test that detects acute or chronic inflammation.

Iron stores:

Provides an indication of the body’s iron status.


To see how much iron your body has stored for future use. It is the most useful indicator of iron deficiency which causes anaemia


Booking a Healthscreen

We offer this healthscreen service in our Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham clinics as well as a variety of community clinics across the UK. Please call the booking team and one of our Health Screening advisors will be happy to assist you.
Booking Line Number: 0161 929 5679