Blood tests

Starting from only £26*

Ensure your workforce are fit and well, with our extensive range of blood tests.

Whether it’s a requirement for the role or a duty of care as an employer, D4Health offer numerous blood tests that take place in-clinic with an option for on-site if you require multiple staff to all be tested.

Blood tests are ideal for measuring an employee’s health and a great tool for identifying any underlying health concerns. From simple tests such as measuring Magnesium, Cholesterol and Glucose levels, to more extensive blood analysis such as Bone Health, Digestive Health and Heart Health, we will advise on the appropriate service for you.

Our occupational health specialists will provide guidance and advice based on the results, able to signpost you to the relevant services if required and outlining the next steps the employee should take.

How do I know what blood test my employee needs?

A blood tests is usually required to confirm if immunity has been gained from a vaccination that has been previously provided. It may also be used to identify the presence of harmful substances as part of a company wide health surveillance programme. Our team can help advise you on what test your staff may need, simply contact us on the form below or call our office directly.

Examples of blood tests and profiles we offer include:

  • Wellman & Wellwoman profile
  • Full blood count
  • Diabetes status
  • Thyroid profile
  • Cholesterol
  • Lipid profile
  • Magnesium
  • PSA profile
  • Glucose
  • Zinc

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do my employees need blood tests?

In an occupational setting, blood tests are usually required to confirm immunity has been gained from vaccinations provided as part of the employment process, or to identify the presence of harmful substances such as lead, as part of the health surveillance programme. However, blood tests can be used for a wide range of purposes including as part of an employee health check to promote greater health awareness.

Can’t I just send them to their GP?

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What happens if there’s a concern?