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How does VisitHealth work?

  • Step 1: Book a visit

    Contact us via our website, email or phone to book your visit. A visit fee will apply depending on your location, regardless of required service(s)
  • Step 2: Meet our practitioner

    We come to you on the day your visit is booked. VH practitioner will have all the required equipment to provide medical care to you and your family.
  • Step 3: Get the results

    We deliver results electronically via email, or by post to you and your doctor, if requested. Our medics can liaise with your doctor to help you get the care you need.
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Are you looking for at-home blood, urine or swab tests?

You don't need to go to a hospital to get a medical test. Our practitioner will come to you to collect your specimen. Your test results will be sent by email or post to you or your doctor. Explore our laboratory tests by typing a test name in the search bar and using filters.
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Do you need a nurse to visit you or your relative?

Whether you are in need of injections or infusions, wound care and dressing or suture removal, stoma care or venepuncture service, you can get medical care in the comfort of your own home. Our registered nurse will come to you or your relative to provide hospital-level healthcare whenever convenient.
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Would you like to get a health check-up?

Do you have any health concerns? Or are you at any risk group due to your family history? We bring laboratory services as well as functional tests such as ECG’s, Holter ECG’s and Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring to your home. Explore VisitHealth check-ups by conditions, organs and purposes.
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Do you need a same-day appointment?

One of our healthcare practitioners can be at your door within 6 hours to provide you with nursing care services and diagnostics. We believe your medical appointment should fit around you, not the other way round. That’s why appointments are available 7 days a week from 8 am till 9 pm.
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Why at-home healthcare?

At-home healthcare helps patients take control of their health and life. It saves you time, reduces the risk of infection from others and can get you quicker results. Medics come to you to carry out an in-person medical procedure that fits around your schedule and lifestyle.
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At-home healthcare is safe and reliable

As a private medical company, we have to meet certain standards just like any public health provider. All our staff are registered nurses or medical practitioners and trained to carry out procedures at home. All tests and procedures are carried out following all necessary protocols to ensure they are reliable. We also screen our staff members and patients according to the infection control standard.
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Our practitioners

Our healthcare practitioners are registered nurses and certified healthcare assistants. They are equipped with advanced knowledge, training and highly accurate mobile medical equipment which is CE certified and used by NHS trusts.
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COVID-19 Tests At Home

Do you need a PCR test to identify whether you have COVID-19 now? Or are you looking for a 15-minute blood test to detect antibodies and see if it’s likely that you have had the virus before? You can get both tests done in the comfort of your own home.
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Our most popular medical services

Electrocardiogram (ECG)

ECG

Early detection of a heart problem could save your life and prevent a heart attack. ECG's are painless and easily carried out, especially as with VisitHealth you can have one done in the comfort of your home.


An ECG looks at your heart’s rate, rhythm and electrical activity to detect problems with your heart. Sensors attached to the skin detect the electrical signals produced by your heart each time it beats. These signals can be used to identify a number of heart problems or defects.

Same day

£35.00

Excludes visit fee

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Heart Failure Screening

HFS

Congestive heart failure (CHF), also called heart failure, is a condition in which the heart can no longer pump blood as efficiently as it used to. This causes blood and other fluids to back up in the body – particularly in the liver, lungs, hands, and feet. The Heart Failure Screening includes 10 blood tests and ECG to detect heart problems. NT-proBNP will reflect this diminished capacity of the heart to deliver oxygenated blood to the body and 9 more tests will give a healthcare provider important information about the current status of a person's metabolism, including the health of the kidneys, electrolyte and acid/base balance as well as levels of blood glucose and inflammation marker - CRP.

Same day

£99.00

Excludes visit fee

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Glucose (capillary)

RBG

Fasting or random blood glucose via finger-prick sample. This test is used to determine if your blood glucose level is within a healthy range; if you have symptoms suggesting hypoglycaemia or hyperglycaemia, or if you are pregnant. If you have diabetes, you may be required to monitor glucose levels several times a day.

Immediate

£12.00

Excludes visit fee

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D-Dimer (Fibrinogen Degradation Products)

DDIT

The specific degradation of fibrin (ie, fibrinolysis) is the reactive mechanism responding to the formation of fibrin. Plasmin is the fibrinolytic enzyme derived from inactive plasminogen. Plasminogen is converted into plasmin by plasminogen activators. In the bloodstream, plasmin is rapidly and specifically neutralized by alpha-2-antiplasmin, thereby restricting its fibrinogenolytic activity and localizes the fibrinolysis on the fibrin clot. On the fibrin clot, plasmin degrades fibrin into various products (ie, D-dimers).


Antibodies specific for these products, which do not recognize fibrinogen, have been developed. The presence of these various fibrin degradation products, among which D-dimer is the terminal product, is the proof that the fibrinolytic system is in action in response to coagulation activation.


Elevated D-dimer levels are found in association with disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), pulmonary embolism (PE), deep vein thrombosis (DVT), trauma, and bleeding.


D-dimer may also be increased in association with pregnancy, liver disease, malignancy, inflammation, or a chronic hypercoagulable state.


This test measures the amount of D-dimer in a blood sample.

1 working day

£66.70

Excludes visit fee

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