Bluecrest Health Screening focuses on conditions that can show no symptoms in their early stages, and we report our findings responsibly.
No health screening is 100% perfect and you should be realistic about your expectations of what a health screening will deliver. It is also possible to receive false positives and false negatives so it's recommended that you use health screening as part of your general approach to keeping fit and well. Health screening can not guarantee future good health but it does have the potential to help with early diagnosis.
Coupled with the appropriate intervention, Bluecrest Health Screening may help you reduce your risk of developing serious health conditions. We aim to give customers confidence in their results and the knowledge required to act in accordance with their findings:
a) We will explain the context of all results and what they mean for our customers, even when they appear normal.
b) Our results reports are all at least 16 pages long.
c) Where appropriate, our reports aim to inspire and motivate people to live healthier, happier, longer lives.
d) We will put positive results in their proper and relevant context. All results will be compiled and sent in a single report to our customers, clearly explaining their meaning and the limitations of any readings.
e) Where results are positive, we will not cause unnecessary worry – and we will offer follow-up support to customers.
a) Our Laboratory is Clinical Pathology Accredited and has achieved ISO 15189 status, meaning it meets the globally recognised quality management standard administered by the International Organisation for Standardisation.
b) Our laboratory uses the latest Roche diagnostics equipment to break your sample down into 25 constituent parts (for all of your biochemistry readings).
c) We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and strictly comply with their guidelines and auditing procedures.
d) Our screenings are grounded in research and clinically credible data.
e) Our Chief Medical Advisor, who is a General Practitioner, understands the needs of both clinicians and patients and acts to advise us on Clinical Governance matters and best practice.