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NOW OPEN – HARLEY STREET CLINIC

Bluecrest are delighted to announce the opening of our brand new Centre of Excellence at the heart of London’s medical district on Harley Street.

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About Bluecrest Health Screening

Bluecrest was founded to fill a gap in the private health screening sector for an affordable and convenient option, which does not compromise on high quality and clinical robustness. The company helps people take control of their health – and does this by empowering them with clear knowledge about their current health status. Health reports put all results in their proper and relevant context and aim to inspire and motivate people to live healthier, happier, longer lives.

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How much does it cost?

Call 0800 652 2173 to discuss your options with one of our UK based health advisors.

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Where will I be screened?

1,732 convenient, local Bluecrest Health clinics across the UK – incl. our new Harley Street Clinic.

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What's in my Health Report?

All screening packages include your detailed Health Screening Report –  your risk areas.

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