Our employee health screening service is a positive experience that benefits both your organisation and those being tested.
Results are strictly confidential (we only share them with the individual being tested) meaning your staff will be happy to enter into the process, rather than nervous about what the results may mean for their career. The overall aim is to boost employee wellbeing.
Our employee health screening programme is about empowering your staff and boosting both their resilience and ability to do their job – individuals are praised when results are good and given practical advice if anything can be improved. Everyone leaves the assessment with a positive mindset – either confident they are taking care of themselves or empowered to improve their health through practical and simple advice.
At the end of the process you receive a report that outlines the health status of your team as a whole.
We compare this to averages from the rest of the working population and recommend easy and simple steps for improving your employees’ health, which will boost your productivity and reduce absenteeism.
Our health screening programme covers five core areas – we consult with you to find the best health screening package for your organisation and you can choose as many or as few services as you like. At the end of the process, each individual has as a consultation with our health expert and receives an action plan to help them boost their overall health.
The health screening services we offer are below:
Full Health Screening (maximum 20 people per day)
This looks at employee health and wellbeing by examining a variety of different factors. These include age, gender, existing health conditions, exercise levels, smoking and drinking habits and family history.
Cardiovascular Risk Assessment (maximum 30 people per day)
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) causes a quarter of all deaths in the UK and costs billions in lost productivity. This assessment is designed to identify anyone at risk from the condition by measuring a series of factors including lifestyle, weight, cholesterol and blood sugar.
Heart and Lung MOT (maximum 25 people per day)
This is similar to the CVD risk assessment, but also looks at risk from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) – a debilitating respiratory disease that can cause death and long-term disability.
Blood Sugar and Cholesterol Testing (maximum 40 people per day)
This concentrates on blood sugar and cholesterol – major risk factors for diabetes and CVD.
Full Lipid Tests (maximum 40 people per day)
This combines blood tests with lifestyle profiling to provide a snapshot of risk from CVD and certain genetic disorders.