Executive Preventative Health Screening

Executive Preventative Health Screening packages covering the whole body, including heart, liver function, hormone levels, cancer risk and brain health. Tests are specifically tailored for men and women and designed to give you an overall picture of your health and identify early signs of disease.

Virtual appointments

GMC registered

Same day appointments

What does it include?

Our Comprehensive Executive Preventative Health Screening package integrates two of our current health screenings; Full Body Cancer Scan and also our Health Complete. This comprehensive offering involves a personalised consultation with a specialist health screening GP, followed by a series of diagnostic tests such as blood and urine tests, MRI, CT, ECG, and ultrasound. The results will be compiled into a comprehensive health screening report.

The Full Body Cancer Scan, is an advanced MRI technology, it specifically addresses the needs of asymptomatic individuals with cancer-related concerns, ensuring prompt specialist referrals if necessary. In the event that any abnormalities or areas of concern are identified, you will seamlessly receive referrals to the appropriate specialists for further evaluation and guidance.

The cost of this screening is £5495
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Full body cancer scan

A comprehensive report detailing scan results, cancer lesion locations (if present), and follow-up treatment recommendations. Continuous referrals to our specialised cancer experts or additional tests/scans as needed.

BMI check

Height and weight measurements

Blood pressure check

To rule out high/low blood pressure

ECG

To check basic heart rhythm and identify abnormalities

For women

For women, this package will also include the following:

  • Breast examination – to examine for any lumps or abnormalities.
  • Ultrasound breast (if under 40 years) – looks for lumps and bumps, if anything is found you will be referred for a mammogram to investigate further.

Ultrasound of the abdomen and pelvis

This ultrasound assesses organs such as the kidneys, liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen, checking for lumps, cysts, aneurysms and other abnormalities. Ultrasound is safe, non-invasive, and does not use ionising radiation.

You will be required to fast for six hours prior to the scan as food can show up in the digestive tract and obscure potential abnormalities. For the pelvic scan, you will need to drink 4-6 cups of water beforehand to ensure a full bladder.

During the scan, you will lie down in a warm room and have ultrasound jelly applied.

CT chest and CT calcium score

This is a CT scan designed to identify any lung abnormalities. The scan is taken from the top of your shoulder to the bottom of your chest and only takes about 20 seconds.

By checking calcium deposits in the coronary arteries, which can cause blockages, we can establish your risk of developing heart disease.

The chest scan can detect any damage to lungs or any lung cancer.

MRI head

This MRI scan of the head will look at the brain, blood vessels within the brain, and the carotid artery. It can detect any blockages or strange growths within the brain.

MRI scans are non-invasive, do not expose you to radiation, and involve no needles or injected contrasts.

Please note that we are unable to scan any individual with a pacemaker. If you have any other internal device, please let us know exactly what it is so that we can thoroughly research whether or not you will be safe to get an MRI scan.

For men

For men, the package includes:

  • Scrotum and testicular examination – to examine for any lumps or
    abnormalities.
  • Ultrasound scrotum – to assess for any lumps, bumps or swelling

Blood and urine test details

Haematology

Includes full blood count. This checks the types and number of cells in your blood, including red and white blood cells and platelets. This is a useful indicator of your general health and can help detect a wide range of medical disorders. If an abnormality is found, your doctor will likely send you for further diagnostic tests to help find the underlying problem.

Biochemistry

  • Kidney Function – This tests how well the kidney is filtering the blood plus the overall balance of electrolytes and minerals in the body.
  • Liver Function Tests – This measures enzymes and proteins produced by the liver to give a picture of how well the liver is functioning or detect any liver cell damage.
  • Bone Health – This profile includes calcium and uric acid: two compounds that give a good indication of your bone health. 
  • Diabetes – This profile includes glycated haemoglobin to indicate how well controlled your blood sugar levels have been over the past 3 months and the direct blood glucose level tells us how high or low your blood sugar level is on the day of the blood test. 
  • Lipid Profile – Measures the amount of good and bad cholesterol in the circulation.
  • Iron Status – This profile measures both the direct iron levels and ferritin levels. Low iron and ferritin could indicate iron deficiency anaemia which could explain symptoms of tiredness, exhaustion and breathlessness.
  • Inflammatory Marker – C Reactive Protein is a marker of inflammation in the body. It can be used to identify infection or monitor the response to treatment for an infection or inflammatory condition.
  • Vitamin D – Vitamin D helps to regulate the absorption of calcium, phosphate and magnesium in the gut. It is also vital for bone growth and health. It can be a useful investigation in some forms of bone disease or gut pathologies.

Endocrinology

  • Thyroid Function- This profile measures Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) and Thyroxine (T4) to indicate if the thyroid is over or under active.
  • CA 125- The tumour marker to detect or monitor ovarian cancer. (Female only)
  • Testosterone- Measuring testosterone can help to identify the cause of erectile dysfunction, infertility, premature/delayed puberty or the male menopause. (Male only)
  • Prostate Screen (Prostate Specific Antigen)- A blood test to help detect or monitor prostate cancer. (Male only)

Urinalysis

This is a urine test to screen for a wide range of disorders including a urinary tract infection, kidney disease and diabetes. If an abnormality is found, results are analysed in conjunction with results from other diagnostic tests to help identify the underlying problem.

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Book your Executive Preventative Health Screening

If you would like to book a Executive Preventative Health Screening package, please phone us on 0207 079 2100 (option 4). Lines open weekdays 8am-6pm.

Alternatively, you can or fill in the form below or email healthscreening@phoenixhospitalgroup.com and a member of the team will be in touch to answer any questions and details of appointment slots available.

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