All Inclusive Health Review (36 markers)- £235

Our all inclusive health review is a full health MOT that is a combination of questionnaires, blood tests and additional tests for heart conditions. The test includes:

  • Cardiovascular Risk Assessment
  • Diabetes Risk Assessment
  • Physical Activity Analysis
  • Alcohol Consumption Analysis
  • Comprehensive list of blood tests (including 36 markers: Haemoglobin HGB, Red Blood Cell Count, Haematocrit, Mean Cell Volume, Red Cell Distribution Width, Mean Cell Haemoglobin, Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin Concentration, Platelets, Mean Platelet Volume, White Blood Cell Count, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils, Platelet Distribution Width, Platelet Large Cell Count, Platelet Large Cell Ratio and Plateletcrit. ALP, ALT, Total Cholesterol, HDL, Non-HDL, Chol/HDI Ratio, Creatinine and Total Bilirubin. Albumin, Bilirubin (total), Ferritin, Triglycerides, CRP, Glucose and eGFR.)
  • ECG Reading & Blood Pressure Reading

 

In addition to this, you will also get access to your bespoke Agilis portal to review your results, see what tasks/actions you need to complete and also download a copy of your report.

Please note as part of this service you will need to nominate and go to your preferred pharmacy for ECG and Blood Pressure readings.

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How it works

Choose a test to suit you
blood test sample collection kit
We send your blood sample collection kit to you
finger prick blood test at home
Complete your test at home and send back to the lab
quick blood test results
Received your results and optional nurse call within 72 hrs

Eligibility criteria

minimum age for blood test kit
You must be at least 18 years of age

blood test conditions
You should not take a blood test if you have any known blood conditions

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who should have an All Inclusive Health Review?

    Anyone over the age of 18 who wants to check overall health.

    Even if you’re healthy, All Inclusive health review can be important if you have family history with ill health and/or are finding that you are recovering form illnesses for too long.

  • What tube/vial do I need to fill and how much of it?

    You should fill in:

    2 x yellow vials both with 600ul of blood

    AND 1 x lilac vial between the levels of 250-500ul with blood

  • What is the best way to have my sample taken

    We suggest initially warming your hands up and doing some gentle hand exercises before taking a sample. We also suggest using either index or ring finger as we found that these have the best blood flow.

  • How do I notify you that I have sent my sample?

    Upon booking, you will receive a unique link  via email that will allow you to provide data on when the sample has been taken. If you have not received this, please contact us via chat or on cs@agilishealth.co.uk

  • What happens once I sent my sample?

    We will process your sample within 72 hrs of receiving it to our lab. Your results will then be reviewed by a doctor and released to you via email and your patient portal.

  • How do I login to my patient portal?

    During your purchase of the test on the Agilis website, we were given access to your account to view your orders and also your online blood test results.

    You can access it by clicking Sign In button located at the top menu of Agilis website.

    In case you didn’t get your login details, please get in touch with us on cs@agilishealth.co.uk