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H3 Health

Welcome to a new kind of healthcare. H3 Health is built around what your body needs, not what’s on the shelf. Everything begins with our unique, tailored tests and ends with you feeling better than ever. Sound good? Thought so. Let’s start you on the path to being Better for Life.

Our unique “at home” Health MOT

If you’re over 40 and would like the reassurance of a thorough overview of your current state of health, both to screen for any unwanted surprises and to help optimise your health going forward, then our flagship Health MOT may be the product for  you.  Our specialist medical team has created a Health MOT unlike any other on the market today.

After an in-depth video conversation with one of our team, a nurse will visit you at home (or another location convenient to you), take a blood sample and carry out a number of other tests.  After an in-depth analysis at our accredited laboratory, you’ll have a further consultation with the doctor who’ll give you a detailed rundown of your results and discuss any future treatment.

Find out more about the benefits of our Health MOT, with specific versions available for women and men.

Interested in reading more about our mission to improve the health of people over 40 years?  Find out more about us.

All our services are led by doctors

Men’s Health

Our Men’s Health services have been specifically designed to help 40+ year old men. From our flagship health MOT to more specialist treatments, you can choose what you need from the list below:

Woman’s Health

Our Women’s Health services have been created to support many of the major concerns that women over 40 years old face. We’d love to help, simply choose from the list below:

Meet some of our medical team

Dr Jeff Foster
Dr Jeff FosterMedical Director & Male Health Lead
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Dr Verity Biggs
Dr Verity BiggsWomen's Health Lead
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Jane Anderson
Jane AndersonConsultant Urological Surgeon
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Dr Varad Baskar
Dr Varad BaskarConsultant Endroconologist
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Some of our specialisms

Testosterone Deficiency

Also known as andropause, or the male menopause, this drop in the male sex-hormone affects more than 790,000 men in the UK.

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Menopause

Menopause simply means that you have had no periods for 12 months but unfortunately going through menopause isn’t simple for many.

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Male Mental Health

Despite several high-profile media campaigns, too many men that are suffering with mental illness and who need help do not speak to someone until it is too late.

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Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Heavy periods are very common and can occur from the onset of menstruation, but we can also find that our periods change in our 40’s.

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Female Mental Health

It is important that we all look after our mental health just like any other bodily system. Sadly, there is still a stigma attached to admitting to any mental health illness.

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Prostate Health

Every man has a prostate gland, but not all go on to develop prostate disease.   The longer we live, the more likely we are to experience problems with our prostate and urinary flow.

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Erectile Dysfunction

One in two 2 men will suffer with erectile dysfunction at some point their lives.  But despite its prevalence, many feel uncomfortable talking about it.

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Male Baldness

By the age of 50 years old, 50% of men will have a significant amount of hair loss, and for many men this process can begin as early as in their 20s.
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Female Bladder Control

Bladder issues can occur after pregnancy but also as we get older. There can be many reasons for this. Incontinence can be embarrassing for many women.

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Female Dermatology

As we age, our skin does also, and this makes other conditions more likely.  Skin can become dry and itchy and take longer to heal.

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Female Contraception

Although fertility naturally declines with age, effective contraception is still needed to prevent unintended pregnancy until menopause.

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Frequently asked questions about H3 Health

Can I get repeat prescriptions?2021-07-30T12:56:49+00:00

When it is safe to do so and you are stable on your medication, we can issue a set quantity, or allow you to order your medication as needed.  Some medication requires monitoring, such as blood tests, and you will be reminded of this. Failure to complete these monitoring requirements will mean we will not be able to issue your prescription for safety reasons.

Can I have an appointment remotely (via telephone or video)?2021-07-30T12:58:54+00:00

If you are already known to the clinic or if you have had your ID confirmed through other contacts with us, for example during a home visit for bloods and other physical tests, then yes.

Can my GP surgery do my blood tests?2021-08-01T23:58:29+00:00

We have partnered with a national phlebotomy service, Nationwide Pathology, who offer accredited blood tests all over the U.K. As such, we would request that, where possible, you do not obtain blood tests elsewhere. For those patients that have already had blood tests, we are happy to use them provided they were obtained from a reputable source, such as your NHS GP. However, we ask that you do not expect your NHS surgery to do further testing for you as you have chosen to seek private health care.  If you do obtain blood tests from other clinics, they may need to be repeated (especially if via finger prick).

Do I need a GP referral letter?2021-06-28T17:27:37+00:00

No, a GP letter is not needed.  However, you are welcome to send us a letter, or a summary, if you feel it would help.

Do you treat patients living overseas?2021-06-28T17:25:11+00:00

Unfortunately, we can only see and treat patients who are residing in the UK.  We are unable to treat anyone who lives, or is temporarily, overseas.

How do I book a consultation?2021-06-28T18:36:13+00:00

You can call 03309120769 (national rate) to speak to one of our team or use the online web contact form.  You can also email hello@h3health.co.uk

Alternatively, a number of our services can be booked online – you’ll see a Book Now button on the appropriate service pages.

How do I make a complaint?2021-06-14T18:06:59+00:00

Please see https://www.h3health.co.uk/about-us/making-a-complaint/ – we take all complaints very seriously and will investigate your issues in a customer-centric way.

How much are prescriptions?2021-08-02T00:03:23+00:00

The cost of the prescription varies depending on what you need.   Charging is very different from NHS treatments where the prices are subsidised and you only pay £9.35 per drug regardless of how many packs you need. Some items are more expensive – Female Testosterone, for example, is £80 per tube, but this will last 3-4 months.

How much do blood tests cost?2021-08-02T00:00:20+00:00

The cost of blood tests vary. We will recommend the most appropriate group of tests to suit your requirements.  We can test for one thing alone, or a group.

For example, a single testosterone blood test is £35 and a full well man screen is £190.

How will I get my prescription?2021-08-02T00:04:10+00:00

We send your prescriptions via electronic prescribing to our pharmacy partner, CloudRx. They will prepare them for you, and deliver the medication to your door within 72 hours, and often sooner.

How will I get my results?2021-06-28T18:55:20+00:00

It can take up to 7 days for the processing of your blood tests and for us to receive notification from our partner, Nationwide Pathology.  Once we have received them your doctor will be notified, and they will review them.  Your doctor will then email them to you with any comments, via a secure link.

Depending on your chosen service, you may have a follow-up consultation to discuss your results.

If I need to contact you, how do I do it?2021-06-28T18:52:17+00:00

You can call 03309120769 (national rate) to speak to one of our team or use the online web contact form.  You can also email hello@h3health.co.uk

Please note that we do not provide urgent care or assistance, and in these cases, you need to contact NHS 111, or 999 if an emergency.  Or contact your own GP for other matters.

Is H3 Health regulated?2021-06-28T17:40:25+00:00

H3 Health is regulated by the Care Quality Commission who are the independent regulator of health and social care in England – you can find out more about the CQC at their website.

Is there anyone you don’t treat?2021-08-02T00:01:49+00:00

We do not treat anyone under the age of 18 years.

We do not provide urgent care or treatment of acute conditions.

If you have a medical emergency we request you call 999 or urgent care service via your NHS GP or 111 service.

What does the cost of the consultation include?2021-06-28T17:46:08+00:00

The consultation costs include the appointment with the GP only.  It does not cover prescriptions, follow up appointments, or monitoring blood tests or further investigations.

General health appointments are charged at £175 for up to 30 minutes.

First female health appointments are £250 for up to 1 hour.

All follow up appointments are £175.

If you think you might need a longer appointment, you can book an hour for £250.

What happens after my appointment?2021-06-28T18:50:30+00:00

After you have seen the doctor, they will send a letter to your normal GP advising of any new diagnosis, treatments and plans.

What is a doctor-led service?2021-06-28T17:39:43+00:00

Your care will be overseen and organised by a named doctor, who will determine the best course of treatment for you and stay with you throughout your treatment.

What other costs might there be?2021-06-28T21:05:21+00:00

You might need further blood tests or investigations, or a referral to a specialist.  We will explain the cost prior to undertaking any work.

You will be charged £30 per email to the clinical team after your consultation if you require further time.

Where do I get my blood tests done?2021-07-30T13:02:45+00:00

After you have your pre-appointment assessment, if you require a blood test we will arrange a convenient time and location for one of our trained healthcare specialists to visit you to take bloods and carry out any other physical tests that may be required.

Where will my face-to-face appointment be?2021-06-28T17:17:05+00:00

If you are seen in person, then this will be at Warwick Nuffield Hospital,  The Chase, Old Milverton Lane, Leamington Spa, CV32 6RW.

Who will I see at my appointment?2021-08-01T23:56:40+00:00

All of our consultations are doctor-led. You will see a practicing GP, all of whom work within the NHS also, and have a dedicated interest in either Men’s or Women’s Health. For example, for testosterone deficiency you will see a male GP who has a specialist interest and understanding of this condition. For menopause, we have female GPs who have a specialist interest in Women’s Health. Where additional support or treatment is required, we can also refer you to our other specialists such as hospital consultants.

Why do I need to provide my GP details?2021-06-28T17:38:28+00:00

We want to practice as safely as we can and involve your normal GP.  We will notify your GP of treatments we provide so that they can update their systems and ensure that there are no concerns highlighted over other treatment you might be receiving from them.  For example, some medications cannot be taken alongside others, or you might need more monitoring with some.

For that reason, we ask that you provide your GP’s details before your first appointment using the hello@h3health.co.uk email address.

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