A complete range of blood tests, for your health and wellbeing

The majority of our blood test results are available the same day or within 24 hours. Specialised tests can take longer to be analysed by our certified accredited laboratory partners. All results are verified by our medical team prior to sharing with you via secure email. The well-being of all our patients is always our main priority. During your appointment, one of our clinicians will advise and help you make a decision on the most suitable test for you.

Private Blood Tests Packages

The Whitehall Clinic provides convenient packages for our common blood panels, offering premium quality and significant savings. The appointment to take your blood test in Leeds will take less than 10 minutes and all samples are delivered promptly to our laboratory partner. You will then receive a copy of your results and laboratory certificate.

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How to Book Your Private Blood Test in Leeds

You can either select the test or panel of tests from our product list or book them online. If there is a blood test you require that is not listed, please contact our concierge team to arrange your test.

The Best Blood Tests for Your Health and Wellbeing

The Whitehall Clinic offers a wide range of private blood tests, including full blood count and specific testing to help with your diagnosis and treatment.

If you cannot identify what test you require in advance, simply make an appointment with one of our private doctors in Leeds, where we will discuss your options and advise on the suitable tests.

The private GP consultation fee is payable when you book your appointment online. Any tests that you require will be additionally charged at your consultation. Some of our blood tests are only available through our health screening packages. All our tests are only available to adults 18+.

Our range of blood tests and panels offered in our Leeds clinic

  • Full Blood Count test – requested as part of a general screen for a variety of disorders, such as; anaemia, infection, inflammation, nutritional status & bleeding. A private full blood count test is the perfect option for a general health check-up.
  • Kidney function test – helps to assess your kidneys' functions, and to manage the conditions affecting renal function. We measure creatinine, urea, sodium, potassium, and eGFR, to help diagnose several urological conditions.
  • Liver function blood test – regularly checking the health of your liver is extremely important. A blood test to check liver functions can pick up several conditions and help identify the right treatments.

  • Vitamin B12 & Folic Acid – a blood test for Vitamin B12 can help diagnose conditions like anaemia or neuropathy (nerve damage), as well as evaluate nutritional status in some patients. The test is also used to detect the severity of Vitamin B12 deficiency, establish the underlying causes, and monitor the effectiveness of any ongoing treatment.
  • Ferritin (iron blood levels) – a blood test for iron level (serum iron test) helps assess the levels of iron stored in your body. This test can be used to identify several conditions linked to the iron counts in your blood, such as chronic liver disease, liver failure, and hepatitis.
  • Vitamin D blood test – helps investigate bone metabolism problems and possible Vitamin D deficiency.

A full lipid profile blood test (or full lipid panel) may be necessary to assess your risk of developing cardiovascular disease (heart disease, stroke, and related conditions), and to monitor the effectiveness of your ongoing treatment.

The full lipid panel includes three measurements of your cholesterol levels and the measurement of your triglycerides.

Knowing your blood sugar levels is essential to identifying or managing diabetes, and reducing the risk of any serious complications.

A diabetes blood test helps monitor average blood glucose levels to identify pre-diabetes, diagnose type 2 diabetes, and monitor the general health of patients with diabetes. Routine checks can help you know when you might be starting to go too low or too high.

A thyroid function blood test checks how the thyroid gland is working. It is also a key test for the diagnose thyroid disorders and for monitoring treatment response.

A pregnancy blood test can be booked to detect and monitor a new pregnancy, or as part of your antenatal checks.

A pregnancy test checks your blood for a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), which is made by the placenta. The HCG blood test can detect pregnancy with 99 percent accuracy as early as one week after conception.

The Whitehall Clinic specialises in premium private blood tests in Leeds. Further testing to help you during your pregnancy are available as part of our women's health clinic, employing the best consultant gynaecologists in Leeds.

The progesterone test is an essential fertility blood test to determine the presence of ovulation, investigate infertility, and diagnose and manage potential fertility issues.

The results of a progesterone test can give you an indication of the level of progesterone in your blood and whether or not you're ovulating. If you are having trouble conceiving or you are planning on undergoing a fertility treatment cycle, your doctor may recommend a progesterone blood test.

Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disease that affects children and adults and can be easily detected through a Coeliac disease screen.

Gluten, a protein found in products made from wheat, barley, rye and oats, reacts with the lining of the gut, causing damage and preventing normal food absorption. A blood test for Coeliac disease detects the autoantibodies that the body creates as part of an immune response to specific dietary proteins, including gluten.

A PSA blood test is used to diagnose prostate cancer in men.

Prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, is a protein produced only by the cells of the prostate gland. Although this test can't find all types of prostate cancer, it is an essential tool to detect some of the most common symptoms of cancer in men.

The CA-125 blood test measures the amount of a protein called CA-125 in the blood. High levels of CA-125 are usually found in women with ovarian cancer, and this test can therefore help with the diagnosis of this cancer.

Besides, an ovarian cancer screen can help identify the right treatment in women suffering from ovarian cancer.

As part of our private sexual health clinic in Leeds, we offer a number of sexual health blood tests to diagnose a number of STIs. This includes Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Herpes Simplex I/II, HIV, and Syphilis.

All our sexual health screens in Leeds are handled with extreme confidentiality, and our patients' physical and mental wellbeing remains our main priority.

Symptoms of HIV may not appear for several years, making a NAT (Nucleic Acid Test) the only way to detect HIV for several patients. HIV screens do not detect HIV itself, but specific proteins found in HIV cells, or the antibodies that your body makes to fight against HIV.

Depending on the type of screen, HIV blood tests can detect any underlying conditions 10 to 90 days after exposure.

Whitehall Clinic offers confidential HIV blood tests in Leeds.

An anti-HBs or HBsAg is essential to detect, diagnose and follow the course of an infection with Hepatitis B.

A positive test can also indicate if a patient is protected against the hepatitis B virus, either after receiving the hepatitis B vaccine or successfully recovering from a past infection.

A menopause screen blood test measures a hormone called FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone), which is found in higher levels in menopause. Women whose FSH blood level is consistently elevated to 30 mIU/mL or higher, and who have not had a menstrual period for a year, are generally accepted to have reached menopause.

Our menopause screen includes LH, FSH, and Oestradiol, and can be used by your doctor as one of the tests necessary to assess whether you are undergoing menopause.

One of the key services of our Women's health clinic, the Women's health panel includes SHBG, Testosterone, Oestradiol, and Thyroid function.

  • Includes PSA, total testosterone, SHBG, prolactin, FSH, LH & Diabetes Screen (needs to be done before 11am)
  • Prolactin (PRL) Test – to determine whether or not your prolactin concentrations are normal. Abnormal levels of prolactin in blood could be one of the underlying causes of low libido in both men and women.
  • FSH and LH blood tests – to evaluate the function of your pituitary gland & regulatory hormones controlling your reproductive system. FSH(Follicle-Stimulating Hormone) is responsible for the production of sperm, while LH (Luteinizing hormone) plays a key role in testosterone production and sexual functioning. Both tests are necessary to assess men's infertility problems, as well as pituitary gland disorders.

IgE antibodies to over 1000 different allergens can be measured. The presence of significant levels of specific IgE antibodies to defined allergens in conjunction with a relevant clinical history is suggestive of IgE-mediated allergy. Results are expressed in terms of a grade or as a serum concentration of specific IgE.

  • Grade 0 = < 0.35KUA/L (negative)
  • Grade 1 = 0.35-0.7KUA/L (weak positive)
  • Grade 2 = 0.7-3.5KUA/L (positive)
  • Grade 3 = 3.5-17.5KUA/L (positive)
  • Grade 4 = 17.5-52.5KUA/L (strong positive)
  • Grade 5 = 52.5-100KUA/L (strong positive)
  • Grade 6 = > 100KUA/L (strong positive)

Please request our complete list of allergen blood tests and panels, then choose your test/s.

We will then confirm the booking and payment for your blood test/s and will email the results to you in 7 days.

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Private Blood Tests in Leeds - FAQs

A simple blood test can provide valuable insights into your overall health, whilst identifying diseases and conditions that would not be detected otherwise. Blood samples are sent to our laboratory and analysed so that you and your doctor can identify any area of concern and take the necessary steps to improve your health.

Some conditions, like HIV, are usually only detected through the results of a blood test. In several cases, a blood test can even save your life by highlighting hidden health issues and giving you the tool to address them before it is too late.

Blood tests should be used as one of the tools to check your health. This means that some testing, such as full blood count and Prostate/ovarian cancer screening tests, can play a significant role in indicating the possibility of cancer.

Generally, the results of your blood tests are shared the same or next day. Whilst we strive to provide rapid results for our blood tests in Leeds, some specialist blood tests may request longer for our laboratory partner to analyse.

The Whitehall Clinic is conveniently located in the heart of Leeds, just a 5-minute walk from the train station. In our modern and purpose-built premises, we offer one of the most comprehensive collections of private blood tests in Leeds and Yorkshire and only employ the best medical consultants and professionals.

Yes, we offer a large number of allergy blood tests in Leeds, all available to detect whether you have an intolerance.

Certain blood tests may be more accurate in identifying specific health conditions. However, a routine complete blood count (CBC/FBC) is the most comprehensive test, that checks for levels of ten different components of every major cell in your blood, which are white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets.

A full blood count test measures include red blood cell count, haemoglobin, and haematocrit.