An Advanced Health Assessment can identify important risk factors and specific conditions early, very often before symptoms appear.

This usually leads to more effective and less invasive treatment.


Our Advanced Health Assessments can identify whether lifestyle changes are needed to reduce the risk of developing certain major diseases like cardiovascular disease, cancer, and Type 2 diabetes.

Our Advanced Health Assessments are specifically designed to be flexible and each report is unique to you. This is a perfect opportunity to examine your health and lifestyle in one condensed visit, under one roof, with the knowledge that you are in safe hands.


The Advanced Health Assessments are performed at the flagship Harley Street Medical Centre in London’s prestigious medical district.

The facility has been custom-built to offer these assessments. We use world-leading technology, including the Philips Ingenia Elition 3T MRI Scanner, the GE Revolution CT Scanner, and Logic 10 ultrasound machine.

This advanced diagnostic suite provides superior high-resolution scanning image quality. This means our specialists can consult knowing they have access to all the information required.


The combination of an experienced team with world-leading technology means we can offer our clients highly personalised Health Assessments.

Our expertise allows us to identify your risk factors and underlying medical conditions early, very often before any symptoms appear.

Detecting potentially serious medical problems early usually leads to more effective and less invasive treatment.



MRI based

Duration: around 3.5 Hours

A comprehensive entry-level health assessment is suggested for those aged 35 and over who want a core health assessment.




MRI and ultrasound-based

Duration: around 7 Hours

This is suggested for those over 35 years of age who would like a detailed assessment of their health.

Lumen Two is available without MRI for £5,200 Learn more



MRI, ultrasound and CT based

Duration: around 9 Hours

Suggested for those over 40 who want a very detailed health assessment and includes a low dose CT scan of the architecture of the coronary arteries.

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