Advanced Health Screening Blood Test

A blood test that checks important health markers including cholesterol, vitamins, blood sugar, iron, thyroid hormones and diabetes.

Results in 24-48 hours


What is this test?

Our Advanced Health Screening is a comprehensive blood test to assess your overall health. Track and understand your health, make informed decisions, and prevent potential illnesses. You will receive your online results in 48 hours, along with personalised advice from one of our GPs to help you improve or maintain your health.

Is it for me?

Checking key health markers can help you to understand:

  • Low levels of red blood cells (anaemia), which can cause tiredness
  • Kidney disease, dehydration, and electrolyte imbalances, which can cause changes in urination, swelling, fatigue, high blood pressure, loss of appetite, weight loss, back pain
  • Liver diseases such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver cancer, alcohol abuse, certain infections, jaundice, dark urine, abdominal pain, itchy skin, bruising
  • Cholesterol levels to identify heart disease risk
  • Signs of inflammation such as recurrent infections, lung, digestive tract, skin issues, muscles and joint pain.
  • Thyroid function which can cause tiredness, weight issues, skin and hair problems, memory issues, anxiety and depression.
  • Risk of diabetes which can cause thirstiness, increased urination, weight loss, fatigue, getting a lot of infections, slow healing wounds.

How long does it take?

The test turnaround is 1-2 days.

Type of sample

Blood sample

What is included in this test

Full blood count (FBC)

Measures the number and type of cells in your blood, such as red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets and it provides important insights into overall health by evaluating blood components essential for oxygen transport, immunity, and clotting. It can help to detect anaemia, infections, bleeding disorders, and other abnormalities.

Complete Blood Count

Liver function

Liver function blood tests measure enzymes and proteins to screen for liver disease and damage. Abnormal results may indicate hepatitis, cirrhosis, cancer, alcohol abuse, medications toxicity, and infections. The panel provides key insights into liver health and function, helping diagnose and monitor conditions affecting this vital organ.

Bilirubin Alk Phos AST ALT Gamma GT Total Protein Albumin Globulin

Anaemia markers

Anaemia Markers represent essential indicators to diagnose and monitor anaemia. These markers can provide insights into iron storage and utilisation within the body, helping to determine potential deficiencies or imbalances.

Iron Total Iron Binding Ferritin

Inflammation markers

Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR) provides insights into ongoing inflammatory processes.


Kidney Function

These biomarkers help to diagnose and monitor certain medical conditions, such as kidney disease, dehydration, and electrolyte imbalances.

Sodium Potassium Chloride Bicarbonate Urea Creatinine eGFR

Cardiac/Muscle Enzymes

Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH) and Creatine Kinase (CK) are vital indicators used to assess heart and muscle health. Elevated levels can signal damage or stress to these tissues, helping diagnose conditions like heart attacks or muscle disorders.


Bone Markers

These are essential biomarkers for assessing bone health and metabolism. Their levels provide insights into bone density, mineral balance, and potential conditions like gout or osteoporosis.

Calcium Phosphate Uric Acid

Lipid Profile

These biomarkers measure levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, and other fats in your blood. They can help identify the risk of heart-related medical conditions.

Triglycerides Cholesterol HDL Cholesterol LDL Cholesterol Non-HDL Cholesterol

Thyroid Function

Free Thyroxine (FT4) and Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) are important health markers for evaluating thyroid function. Their measurements offer insights into the thyroid gland's function and help diagnose conditions like hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism.


Diabetes Biomarkers

HbA1c (Hemoglobin A1c) and Glucose are fundamental indicators for monitoring blood sugar regulation. These markers provide insights into an individual's long-term and short-term glucose levels aiding in the diagnosis and management of diabetes.

HbA1c Glucose

Benefits of the Advanced Health Screening Blood Test

  • Early detection of health risks
  • GP health insights, support and advice
  • Guidance to manage energy, mood, and sleep levels
  • Lifestyle change advice

Comprehensive health assessment

Assesses various aspects of your health, including blood count, cholesterol levels, liver and kidney function, thyroid function and diabetes, providing a comprehensive overview and uncovering any underlying conditions requiring attention.

Early detection of health problems

The Advanced Health Screening Blood Test can help you identify any potential health problems early on before they cause symptoms.

Understand your health conditions

Helps you to understand your individual risk of developing conditions such as such as heart disease, diabetes, thyroid disorders.

Personalised health

This blood test can help to create a personalised healthcare plan tailored to your lifestyle and requirements.

Monitor health conditions

If you have a chronic health condition, the Advanced Health Screening Blood Test can be used to monitor your disease and make sure that your treatment is effective.

Peace of mind

The Advanced Health Screening Blood Test can give you peace of mind by providing you with a better understanding of your health.

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Take the Next Step in Proactive Healthcare

Book your Advanced Health Screening Blood Test at UniClinic today

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