Blood Test Referrals in London

London blood testing services are many, but patients that utilise the London service by Blue Horizon Medicals realise that for speed, service and convenience there really is no better option. The only regret is that this service is available in London only!

Key Features

  • Simple – Order online and just attend for 90% of tests.
  • GP Referral included.
  • All inclusive price – no more to pay.
  • Express Results option if you have your own Doctor.
  • Money back Guarantee if your results are not back in time.

Ordering online

If you have a specific test, or list of tests then you can use the search function, or you can choose from a list of standard stock pathology profiles. Once the order has been placed you are sent your referral letter immediately and you can then attend the walk in centre in Wimpole street with no appointment needed. There is a every 15 minute courier service for your blood between the walk in patient reception area and the Laboratory (TDL Pathology) and expected turnaround times are given so you know when your results will be ready.

Express Results

If you already have a Doctor or Consultant that will interpret the results then select “Express Results” at checkout. Otherwise select “Reported Results” and a Blue Horizon Doctor will pass comment on the results if needed, for no extra charge.

Money Back Guarantee

If results are not back within the promised turnaround time, you get your money back! And the test results of course!

How does this compare to other London Services?

I asked an independent market research company to obtain costings for a “Overall health Profile” plus Testosterone and Magnesium – Blood Tests London do this for £163.25 all inclusive, with nothing extra to pay. So, how did other blood tests service providers compare? – Find out more here – London Blood Test Comparison

Visit the website at for further information on the London service or to book a test.

About Paul Harris

Entreprenurse founder of Blue Horizon Medicals, Editor of - aiming to get private blood test access to 1 billion people wordwide by 2020, and 6 billion by 2025.

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