Health Screen Packages


At One Hatfield Hospital, we understand the importance of proactive and personalised healthcare. Our specialised health screen packages have been designed to ensure everyone can access the necessary assessments to safeguard their well-being effectively.


Why choose our health screens?


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Our health screening packages:


Health Essentials: £895

Health Essentials Plus: £995

This starter package will provide a picture of your health and includes:


  • 45 minute GP consultation
  • Physical health assessment (**breasts, testicles and prostate)
  • Body mass index (BMI) check
  • Blood pressure
  • ECG (to identify heart abnormalities)
  • A comprehensive series of blood tests

The Health Essential Plus package includes everything from the Essential with the addition of an ultrasound scan.


  • 45 minute GP consultation
  • Physical health assessment (*breasts, testicles and prostate)
  • Body mass index (BMI) check
  • Blood pressure
  • ECG (to identify heart abnormalities)
  • A comprehensive series of blood tests
  • Ultrasound of the abdomen (used to assess organs such as the kidneys, liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen)

**Gender specific assessments 

Your personalised report 

Your detailed health screen report will explain your results in easy-to-understand terms and highlight recommended lifestyle changes, possible risk areas, and any onward referrals to see a specialist.

*Reports are emailed to patients within 10 working days. Face-to-face appointments to discuss your results can be booked separately at an additional cost.   



Comprehensive urine and blood test details


Used to detect possible disorders in the urinary tract, including infections, kidney disease, and diabetes. 

Full blood count

Provides important information about the kinds and numbers of cells in the blood: red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Abnormalities in any of these types of cells can indicate the presence of important medical disorders.

Kidney Function

Checks how well the kidney is filtering the blood. 

Liver Function

Liver function tests check the levels of certain enzymes and proteins in your blood. Levels that are higher or lower than usual can mean liver problems.

Bone health

A bone profile test analyses the proteins, minerals, and enzymes present in your bones. These nutrients support healthy bone structure and development.


This profile includes glycated haemoglobin to indicate how well-controlled your blood sugar levels have been over the past 3 months and the direct blood glucose level tells us how high or low your blood sugar level is on the day of the blood test

Lipid profile

A cholesterol (or lipid profile) blood test looks at the levels of cholesterol and other fats in your blood.

Iron status

Checks how much iron is in your blood. Iron is a mineral that the body needs for growth and development. Your body uses iron to make haemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells

Inflammatory marker

Checks inflammation in the body, caused by many diseases. This can include infections, auto-immune conditions, and cancers.

Vitamin D

This test measures your vitamin D levels. Vitamin D  helps absorb calcium in your gut and maintains your calcium and phosphate levels.

Thyroid function

This test looks at levels of thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) and thyroxine (T4) in the blood. A high level of TSH and a low level of T4 in the blood could mean you have an underactive thyroid.

Ovarian cancer test

CA 125 is used to detect or monitor ovarian cancer (female only).


Measures testosterone levels in the blood. This test can help identify the cause of erectile dysfunction, infertility, premature or delayed puberty, or male menopause (male only).

Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)

Used to detect or monitor prostate cancer (male only).



Meet the health screening team




Book your health screen package today

Contact us on 01707 443 333, or make an online enquiry.


Health screening packages offered at our other hospitals:


25 Harley Street

Full Body Cancer Scan Plus Health Screening


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