Executive Health Screen for Men and Women

Health Screening Prices

The Executive Health Screen is a comprehensive health check for men and women.

It is designed to review overall health and well being, detect potential problems at an early stage and, if necessary, suggest changes in lifestyle which can reduce the risk of serious illness. It also provides an opportunity to discuss any specific concerns with the screening doctor.

The Executive Health Screen takes approximately two hours to complete. It includes a health questionnaire, medical examination by a doctor, a comprehensive range of tests and a full written report.

Screening takes place in the morning because of the need to fast before providing a blood sample.

Appointments are made by contacting the Outpatient department on (020) 8337 6691.

Discounts are negotiable for companies booking Executive Health Screens for five or more employees. Enquiries to Philip Cook, Marketing Manager. Tel: 020 8335 4557.


  • Blood pressure test
  • Blood analysis including cell count
  • Biochemical blood screen including:
    • cholesterol
    • blood fats
    • blood sugar
    • Urine test
    • Thyroid function test
    • Liver function test
    • Height and weight measurement
    • Lung function test
    • Electrocardiogram - resting ECG
    • Hearing test
  • For men only:
    • Prostate test (PSA)*
  • For women only:
    • Mammography*

Physical Examination

  • Cardio-respiratory system
  • Musculoskeletal system
  • Central nervous system
  • Glands
  • Eyes, ears, nose and throat
  • Abdomen
  • Gait


  • Medical history
  • Family medical history
  • Symptoms
  • Allergies and medication
  • Lifestyle
  • Current health concerns

A full report written by the screening doctor will be sent to you within ten days.

This will contain details of your test results and the consultation with recommendations for your personal well being and advice on lifestyle to help improve your health and reduce the risk of illness.

We would recommend that a copy of the report is sent to your General Practitioner.

* Where clinically appropriate

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