General Health Check

Get a comprehensive analysis of your current health status with the blood test used by doctors.

49 health markers covering your main health functions from cardiovascular, kidney, liver, vitamins, minerals and much more.

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What’s included in the analysis?

Our General Health Check will test your blood for 48 biomarkers. These biomarkers will tell you where you can make lifestyle and diet changes to improve your long-term health – helping you stay fit and healthy for longer.

These biomarkers cover 8 different areas of your health system, that have been specifically chosen by our team of expert doctors.

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the world, but it can be prevented. An excess of triglycerides and cholesterol in the blood (Dyslipidemia) is one of the most important risk factors. High levels can effectively be controlled through diet and exercise.

Diabetes occurs when the body’s ability to regulate the amount of blood sugar (glucose) is impaired.

In Type 1 diabetes the body is no longer able to produce insulin, and in the more common Type 2 (which occurs more frequently with age) the body is no longer sensitive to its action.

Lifestyle changes can prevent pre-diabetes from progressing to Type 2 diabetes, as well as being effective in treatment. The purpose of diabetes-related tests is to detect pre-diabetes and undiagnosed diabetes, as well as to monitor how well the diabetes is controlled.

Diabetes markers:

The kidney profile is a set of tests that evaluates the function of your kidneys. Kidneys remove waste products and excess water from the body. If it’s not functioning properly, waste products can accumulate and make you unwell. There are lots of reasons that the kidneys may not be working correctly including diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

The liver is essential for digesting food and removing toxic substances. If your liver is not functioning correctly it can make you unwell. There are a number of causes for a liver not functioning well, including infection, alcohol use, and certain medications and food supplements.

Vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients that are required by the body to work properly and stay healthy. There are 13 main types of vitamins – including Vitamin D and C, and a number of minerals such as iron and calcium. Making sure you’re getting enough vitamins and minerals is crucial for many bodily functions, like the formation of blood cells, tissues, genetic material and hormones.

There are 3 main types of cells in the blood – platelets (important for stopping bleeding), white cells (to fight infection) and red cells (carrying oxygen around the body). A full blood count provides information about these cells. For example, if someone is feeling tired frequently, the blood status can determine whether anaemia (low red cells) is a cause for this.

Increased markers of inflammation can be due to a number of causes including infection, joint problems and can even be a risk factor for heart disease.

Inflammation markers:

For men taking this test, PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) levels are also included. PSA is a protein which is produced by the prostate, with high levels often associated with prostate cancer.

Other markers:

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What's included in the analysis?

What's included in the price?

One of our team will take a blood sample from your arm. This sample will be sent to our lab where it will be analysed for 49 biomarkers.

Your lab results will be reviewed by one of our doctors who will provide you with a medical report, giving you insights and actionable information to take control of your health.

What is being measured?

Our General Health Check tests for 49 different biomarkers. These are biochemicals found in your blood which allow us to evaluate the function and health of your different systems.

Our check covers everything from kidney function to your cardiovascular health.

Who should get tested?

The General Health Check can provide insight to everyone. If you want to find out more about your unseen health status, then our test can let you do this.

When should I get tested?

It’s always a good time to get a health check. A simple blood test can help you catch any problems early before they become serious. And testing yourself regularly is the best way to track progress and build up a personal and longitudinal overview of your health.

Why Melio?

High quality results

Your blood is analysed by the largest labs in Europe, ensuring the highest quality results.

Doctor reviewed

Your results come with tailored recommendations from our team of doctors so you can start a personal and meaningful health journey.

Quick and easy experience

A trained professional will take your blood sample in a 15 minute appointment - so it’s quick, easy and you know you’re in safe hands.

How Melio works

Choose your test

All our tests are carried out in clinics by health care professionals

Take your test

Visit the clinic and take your professional blood test.

Receive your results

Our doctors send results to your online account

Take control of your health

If you want a comprehensive overview of your current health, this is the place to start.

Take our simple blood test and find out how you can improve your health.

  • Analysed by an accredited laboratory
  • Personalised report through the Melio platform
  • Includes 8 key health areas
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Take control of your health

More than 80% of our users taking this test find something to improve with the results.

“I bought my test online, stopped by a nearby location, and received my results online with an in-depth comment from a doctor. I got the answers I was looking for!”

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Frequently asked questions

Who can buy this test?

To purchase a blood test from Melio you need to be over 16, and have a valid photo ID for identification in one of our locations. As an adult you can also purchase a COVID-19 Swab test for a child under 16 years of age, but you still need to bring valid photo ID (such as a passport) for the child to be tested.

On our website you can order any of our tests, however all tests are not available at all our partner clinics, so make sure that you check the availability before purchasing your test.

When placing your order, you'll be asked to register a Melio account using your phone number for two-stage authentication so that you can access your information safely. 

Once you've placed your order (account registered and payment completed), you'll receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to take the test and how to complete your health profile.

Your results will be delivered together with a medical comment via your personal Melio account. For safe access you'll need to login using both your password and a PIN code sent to you mobile via SMS (two-stage authentication).

Where do I go to have my blood taken?

All Melio test are not available at all our partner clinics, so make sure that you check the availability before purchasing your test.

Before buying a test

  • Click the 'Clinics & Availability' link for the product you're interested in to find the available locations and time slots. Find the list of all available tests . 

After buying a test

  • When you've bought a Melio test, click the 'Book Appointment' button from your Melio dashboard to find your nearest clinic and to book your appointment.

How do I receive my medical comment?

All of our doctors are registered specialists. When you have registered a profile with melio, we ask that you fill out a health questionnaire in your personal profile so that the doctor reviewing your test results can give you more personalised comments and advice.

When we receive your test results from the laboratory, one of our doctors will review and interpret your data together with the medical information you have provided in your profile. 

When your results have been reviewed the doctor will write comments in your personal journal and you will be notified once the comments are available.

What happens if there is a problem with my sample?

If your sample is missing or needs re-testing, our support team will contact you as soon as possible to solve it.

What happens if my results are out of the normal range?

Your results will be explained by our doctors in your personal comments, so that you can contact your GP in case any results are out of range. We will notify you very clearly if you need to follow up with your regular GP. In case of very serious or urgent findings, one of our doctors will reach out to you directly.

When will you add more test packages?

At melio we are always working to improve and expand our range of health tests. As more tests and services become available you will be the first to know.