Well Person Health Test
✓ Yearly Health MOT
This popular wellness home finger prick blood test checks and assesses multiple biomarkers.
About this test
This popular wellness home blood test checks and assesses multiple health biomarkers. Specifically, it checks:
- Full blood count
- White blood cells and platelets
- Kidney function
- Liver function
- Bone profile and Calcium
- Thyroid function
- Iron levels
Specific Biomarkers are listed below.
✓ Home Finger Prick Blood Test Kit
✓ Recorded, next day delivery of your test kit (if booked before 3.30pm Mon-Thur)
✓ 24hr Tracked Royal Mail Return
✓ Results 2-3 working days from receipt by the laboratory
✓ Patients emailed with results plus analysis and health advice by a ZoomDoc GP
When to test
We would advise all patients to undertake this Wellness test Monday to Thursday prior to sending it back to ZoomDoc. This ensures no delays in receiving your test kits at the laboratory.
Specific Biomarkers that are analysed as part of this Well Person Test include:
✓ Alk Phos
✓ Gamma GT
✓ Total Protein
✓ Uric Acid
Frequently Asked Questions
Are finger prick capillary blood tests accurate?
Finger prick capillary blood sampling is a form of laboratory testing that has been used for many years and is a standard procedure. It is used commonly when taking blood tests from newborn babies and young children.
What laboratories do ZoomDoc use?
All laboratories that ZoomDoc use are UKAS accredited.
Most samples are analysed at The Doctors Laboratory which is based in Central London. This lab is the largest private laboratory in the UK.
How accurate are ZoomDoc wellness tests?
ZoomDoc finger prick blood tests are as accurate as tests you would normally take via a normal regular blood test at hospital or in a GP setting.
All tests are analysed in labs in the UK and are UKAS & ISO 15189 accredited.
All of our partner laboratories undergo frequent quality control checks to ensure they meet the highest standard of testing. The equipment and analysers used are all designed for the specific function of capillary blood testing. All ZoomDoc test kits come with clear instructions.
How are my results reviewed?
All test results are analysed by our team of NHS GPs that also work with ZoomDoc. They will comment on your results and often provide advice and recommendations.
If there is any worrying results our Doctors will often call to let you know and advice on next steps.
Are these tests suitable for children?
ZoomDoc do not recommend purchasing these finger prick capillary blood tests for children less than 16 years.
Can I discuss my results with a ZoomDoc GP?
Our team of GPs are available via the ZoomDoc app to discuss any queries or questions you may have.
What will happen after purchasing a wellness test?
After purchase of your test kit, it will be immediately dispatched to your home or workplace. After it arrives, you must activate the test with the details of the patient undertaking the test. There are full instructions on the test kit box.
Can I give my test to someone else?
Yes, if you receive or order a test kit and want to gift it to someone else, you can do this. However, the test must always be activated with the personal details of the individual taking the test.
” Since the pandemic began, one in three people have not been to their GP with their health concerns.
Over 40%, have been worried about ‘wasting their doctor’s time’ while others are fearful of attending GP surgeries in case they catch or spread coronavirus.
Many assume that their problems would simply go away and worryingly almost 15% of patients have avoided getting treatment because they are ‘too embarrassed.’
Most conditions can be easily treated, especially if diagnosed early, but leaving concerns unchecked could lead to longer term and more serious health problems.
You can now track your body’s vital biomarkers at home with our popular Well Person Test. Clear scientific data combined with expert GP advice, this test checks many of the key blood biomarkers that would normally be undertaken by your regular GP to ensure that you are fit and well.”
Dr Kenny Livingstone – ZoomDoc GP
How to take your blood test