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Blood tests

Through our private Harley Street Laboratory, Phoenix offers highly accurate blood tests providing results quickly and efficiently. All of our tests are approved by Public Health England for use in the NHS and private laboratories.

We offer each of the private blood tests below, via our highly qualified nursing team, at our 25 Harley Street Outpatient Centre Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm. Our clinics are closed on weekends. The result time varies but we aim to get these back to you as soon as possible.

The results are interpreted by our in-house GP team before being released to you.

How it works

Book Your Test

Choose your test from our list below and choose the time of your appointment. A member of the bookings team will get in contact to confirm these details with you.

Sample Sent to Lab

On the day of your appointment, you will see a phlebotomy nurse who will take your sample and send it to the lab for testing. If you receive a postal test kit, you will need to send your sample back to us.

Receive Your Results

We aim to get your results to you as quickly as possible. You will be sent a letter from our GP explaining your results.

Blood test packages

Well Man Ultravit


The Well Man UltraVit test covers the key health markers for blood, liver, kidney, diabetes and more plus important measures of iron, vitamins, minerals and hormones.

Well Woman Ultravit


Our Well Woman UltraVit is our most comprehensive health check for women. It looks at everything from your risk of heart disease and diabetes to how your major organs are functioning.

Menopause Check


Our Menopause blood check assesses the key markers of menopause to ensure they are within the correct levels. These tests can provide reassurance that what you are experiencing is within the normal range.

Fatigue Check


Tiredness and Fatigue can be caused by a variety of things. The blood tests will rule out various factors and be able to provide you a valuable insight into whether your levels are within normal range.  

Individual blood tests


An iron blood test helps identify if iron levels are either too low or too high. This test can help diagnose symptoms such as fatigue, dizziness, lack of breath or pale skin due to levels of iron in the body.


The test is used to diagnose several conditions including infertility in both men and women, erectile dysfunction, tumours of testicles, irregular periods and excess body hair growth.


The Prostate Profile (PSA) test examines men for the most common cancer to affect them in the UK, Prostate cancer. PSA is a marker which can be used to detect prostate cancer at an earlier stage.


A Ferritin blood test measures the levels of ferritin in your blood. The test can also indirectly measure the levels of iron found in your blood by calculating the amount of ferritin.


The full blood count (FBC) test shows you an indication of both general health and immune system. The blood test checks the health of your red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.


The Urea and Electrolytes (U/E) test is commonly performed to measure a kidney function. The U/E test can investigate possible kidney disorders or urinary symptoms.


The ESR test is a nonspecific marker of inflammation levels within the body. The blood test helps to diagnose specific conditions that are associated with both acute and chronic inflammation.


This test is beneficial if you want to investigate whether the level of FSH has risen this is useful as it can show a female if they are currently going through the menopause.


The liver function test, helps examine for liver diseases.  The test is also able to screen for liver damage and can monitor changes if liver blood tests are abnormal.


The vitamin D blood test can help diagnose vitamin D deficiency. Low vitamin D levels could be the main cause for symptoms such as low energy levels as well as aches and pains within muscles.


The Vitamin B12 (active) blood test is great if you are experiencing symptoms of fatigue, weakness and pins and needles. B12 is essential and can become a deficiency due to factors such as avoiding animal based foods.


C-reactive protein is a protein that is made by your liver and sent into the blood stream in response to inflammation. If you have high levels of CRP within the blood it may be a sign of serious infection.


The Prolactin blood test can help diagnose symptoms such as milky discharge from the nipple, this can be cause by high prolactin levels. The test can also be used to track prolactin levels..


This test is useful to ensure that the thyroid gland is working efficiently and to diagnose thyroid disorders. The test should be taken when symptoms of the thyroid either increase or decrease activity.


The Lipid Blood test measures the amount of Cholesterol within your body. Cholesterol is a fatty substance that can be found within the blood. This plays a vital role on how blood cells work.

What our patients say

I came in for a COVID test at 25 Harley Street recently and I was pleasantly surprised, inside it is very luxurious and the staff were all so lovely! Very happy with the service, I also received my results back very quickly.

Sourced from 25 Harley Street Google Reviews

Fantastic service, lovely facilities and got my blood results back within a couple of hours.

Sourced from Phoenix Pathology Google Reviews

Great experience with the lovely staff at this clinic. Am always fearful of blood tests, but quite honestly the nurses were the best I’ve come across. Super friendly, accommodating and my blood test was over in no time. 100% recommend.

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Make an enquiry

Contact us

The laboratory is open Monday to Friday 8am8pm

T: 0207 079 2100 (option 3)

E: appointments@phoenixhospitalgroup.com

25 Harley Street, London, W1G 9QW


T: 0207 079 2100 (option 3)

E: appointments@phoenixhospitalgroup.com

25 Harley Street, London, W1G 9QW

The laboratory is open Monday to Friday 8am8pm

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