About Us2023-12-05T11:35:29+00:00
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About H3 Health

We created H3 Health with one simple purpose in mind. To help men who are 40 years and above live their best lives. We believe passionately in the importance of preventative medicine to help prevent or treat effectively the health challenges that many of us face in middle age.

While the NHS is a wonderful service, time-poor doctors are often unable to dedicate the time they’d like to their patients. Our team of doctors are specialists in men’s health, in particular conditions such as low testosterone, and are here to help. Our Medical Director, Dr Jeff Foster, has created a totally unique combination of tests designed specifically to uncover anything that might be a concern, delivered back to you via a consultation with one of our doctors and a detailed, actionable report.

We know that people in this age group are among the busiest, with many demands on their time. For that reason, our model is designed to be as easy and convenient as possible.  Our consultations can be carried out online via video calls or face-to-face, meaning you can choose a location that is more convenient and comfortable for you.

H3 Health. Better for life.

Working to improve your health and help you get more from life

Our Medical Team

Dr Jeff Foster
Dr Jeff FosterMedical Director & Male Health Lead
Dr Nish Wiratunga
Dr Nish WiratungaMen's Health Doctor & General Practitioner
Dr Quentin Oury
Dr Quentin OuryMen's Health Doctor & General Practitioner
Dr Verity Biggs
Dr Verity BiggsWomen's Health and Menopause Lead
Dr Varad Baskar
Dr Varad BaskarConsultant Endocrinologist
Jane Anderson
Jane AndersonConsultant Urological Surgeon

Frequently Asked Questions About H3 Health

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 do evening or weekend appointments?2023-02-15T16:28:56+00:00

Our clinical hours may sometimes vary due to bank holidays etc, but are normally 9am – 5.30pm Monday to Friday (though some Doctors are only available at certain times of the week).

If you are unable to find a slot that is suitable however, then please don’t hesitate to contact us at hello@h3health.co.uk or on 03309 120769 (National Rate) to see if we can offer you an evening or weekend appointment.  Please note that this isn’t always possible, but we are keen to ensure that wherever we can, our patients are able to see a Doctor at a time that suits their needs.

Do you need to inform my NHS GP about diagnosis and treatment?2023-02-15T16:03:42+00:00

H3 Health will inform your registered NHS GP of any diagnoses made by H3 Health (or its partners) along with the details of any treatments / prescriptions made.

It is a requirement of booking with H3 Health that you must provide us details of your registered NHS GP and practice. If you are not able/willing to do so, we may not be able to treat you and H3 Health may at its discretion cancel your appointment or any ongoing treatment.

Your GP details MUST be supplied prior to your initial consultation – if there are any difficulties in doing this, please contact hello@h3health.co.uk prior to your consultation.

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 we work with patients that may have additional needs2023-02-20T16:03:35+00:00

At H3Health we recognise that there may be patients who require additional support to access our services, and that these additional needs might be either visible or hidden.  To facilitate this, we ask that you simply let our secretary or administration team know when you contact us.  They will then contact your doctor and we will liaise with you directly to make sure any needs are met.    

In terms of physical disabilities, all our clinical sites have wheelchair access, and appropriate mobility support, we offer a hearing loop, and a sign language interpreter as required.  We also have the facility to translate documents into braille at patient request.  

For those patients with non-visible disabilities, we offer longer appointments, (at no further charge), as well as a bespoke written summary of the consultation plan moving forward.  Follow-up questions, are also permitted at any point.   

For patients with more significant disabling conditions, H3Health also allows for the use of advocates and we would also advise any patients and their representatives that we would work closely with their NHS GP moving forward.   

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.

Interpreter Services2023-02-20T16:01:53+00:00

Difficulty with English should not be a barrier to seeking health care or accessing our services at H3Health. Therefore, we work closely with a variety of interpreter services, (including sign language) to make your appointment easier. To arrange an interpreter please call us on
03309 120769 (National Rate) or email us at hello@h3health.co.uk  with the language you require and we will arrange this for your appointment.

  • We would ask you to let us know if you require this service as soon as possible after making your important, but not less than 48 hours prior.
  • Please note that we request you do not use family or friends as an interpreter as this can remove patient confidentiality.

We are happy to arrange a certified and impartial interpreter to facilitate your appointment. Our full interpreter policy is available on request.

Is H3 Health regulated?2023-06-30T09:57:12+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?2022-06-12T22:38:38+00:00

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


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?2022-12-21T21:40:25+00:00

We try to keep any additional costs to a minimum, and in general, there is only a charge for your consultations, blood tests and any medications that are issued.  Provided they are within a reasonable time frame, we do not charge for additional questions, but further in-depth consultations would be charged for accordingly.  We also sometimes do request an additional charge if private letters are required for insurance reasons or travel.

Where will my face-to-face appointment be?2022-06-12T22:37:11+00:00

If you are seen in person, then this will be at either;

  • Warwick Nuffield Hospital,  The Chase, Old Milverton Lane, Leamington Spa, CV32 6RW
  • Balsall Common Health Centre, 1 Ashley Drive, Balsall Common, Coventry, CV7 7RW
Who and What We Cannot Treat2023-02-15T16:50:45+00:00

H3 Health DOES NOT provide

  1. Treatment for anyone under the age of 18
  2. Treatment for anyone who resides outside of the United Kingdom
  3. Acute illnesses
  4. Drug or alcohol support treatment
  5. Other than our in our own area of specialty, H3 Health will not initiate specialist disease modifying drugs (DMARDs) from other hospital specialties, in particular ADHD or high-risk psychiatric medicines and controlled drugs are issued only in exceptional circumstances, and no bio-identical drugs 

If you are unsure about any of the above, please contact hello@h3health.co.uk or call 03309 120769.

Why do I need to provide my GP details?2023-02-15T16:21:01+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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