Essential Screen

The essential screening is a cost-effective way to identify and treat potential health problems before they develop or worsen. It provides a range of physical and blood tests in conjunction with the health and lifestyle questionnaire, which will help identify a range of specific health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic lower respiratory disease, and cancer.

Spirometry is also included, which is a test to measure how well the lungs are functioning. Spirometry is used to diagnose asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and other conditions that effect how well a person is able to breathe. Of the three high risk behaviors that lead to 50% of deaths, smoking is likely to cause chronic lower respiratory disease. Measuring lung function through spirometry ensures early intervention for the best participant outcome.

This screening will give the participant a good overview of their general health.  If any of the tests are outside the normal range, recommendations will be made accordingly.

  1. Health and lifestyle questionnaire

  2. Blood tests
    • Diabetes
    • Full lipid profile
    • Full blood count


      3. Physical tests

    • Blood pressure
    • Body mass index
    • Waist circumference
    • Electrocardiogram (ECG)
    • Lung function test


    4. Doctor review and sign off


Tests: The test involves a blood sample being taken from your vein, followed by the physical tests. Depending on your results a referral to your GP may be recommended for further investigation. 

Employee report: Results are received electronically within 10 working days.

Corporate report: We will provide your company with an anonymous report with the findings of the screening. This will summarise in simple detail the overall health status of your company and enable you to focus your efforts on company-wide initiatives to improve those areas that matter. This will include the number of people with high blood pressure, body mass index and high waist circumference. It will also demonstrate the number of people with abnormal blood results and the numbers for further cardiac and respiratory follow up.

It is delivered by a qualified medical professional. 

Minimum number of 10 and maximum of 15 participants a day.

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