At-Home Blood Tests

You can get any blood test in the comfort of your own home with VisitHealth. Book a visit, and our medic will come to you to collect your blood sample. We will send your test results via email or by post and liaise with your GP if needed.
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Are you looking for private at-home blood tests?

You don't need to go to a hospital to get a blood test. Our practitioner will come to you to collect your blood sample. Your test results will be sent by email or post to you or your doctor. Explore our blood tests by typing a test name in the search bar and using filters.
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How does VisitHealth work?

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    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)
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    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 do a blood test.
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    Step 3: Get the results

    We deliver test results electronically via email or by post to you or your doctor. Our practitioners can liaise with your doctor to help you get the care or tests you need.
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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 a blood test. 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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At-home blood tests are 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 blood tests at home. All tests are following all necessary protocols to ensure they are reliable. 
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COVID-19: Safe Medical Appointments

At VisitHealth we take every measure to ensure the safety of our staff and patients. Our medics are screened for COVID-19 symptoms daily and do not carry out visits if they are feeling unwell or have come into contact with anyone who may have symptoms.


During a visit, they will wear masks, sanitise hands on arrival, wear gloves and follow strict hygiene protocol when carrying out procedures to ensure your safety.


If you have any questions regarding visit safety get in touch!

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Most Popular Blood Tests

Do you feel that something is not right? An FBC test or a more advanced version, General Well Person Profile, are used to screen for, diagnose, or monitor a variety of diseases and conditions, such as anaemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorder or cancer.


Do you need some help with choosing the right blood test? Contact our team using the chat or email hello@visithealth.co.uk

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Full Blood Count (FBC)

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If you want a blood test with quick results, book a Full Blood Count. This test is conducted from the comfort of your own home.


An FBC test is used to screen for, diagnose, or monitor a variety of diseases and conditions, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorder, or cancer.

Next day

£45.00

Excludes visit fee

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General Health Check-Up, 30 tests

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The General Health Check-Up profile is a frequently ordered panel of 25 biochemistry tests, thyroid profile, full blood count and ESR, that gives a healthcare provider important information about the current status of a person's infection or inflammation and bleeding or clotting disorders, metabolism, including the health of the kidneys and liver, thyroid, electrolyte and acid/base balance as well as levels of blood glucose and blood proteins. Abnormal results, and especially combinations of abnormal results, can indicate a problem that needs to be addressed.

1 working day

£149.00

Excludes visit fee

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How Accurate Are At-Home Blood Testing Kits?

Questions have been raised about how reliable these at-home testing kits are. Could they give inaccurate results and false reassurance?
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