Private Blood Tests Glasgow

Please note our recent price increases from February 2024


We can provide private blood tests within our medical practice in Glasgow city centre. We have an excellent reputation for delivering outstanding value on an extensive range of private blood tests. With 100’s of blood tests to choose from we can cover almost every eventuality and request. Our medical staff are always on hand to help you choose the relevant test to your needs.

Reasons to take a blood test?


You may be concerned about a certain issue such as fatigue, tiredness or many other symptoms. A blood test is an effective way of detecting underlying health issues.


You may be already living with a disorder or illness. A blood test is an effective way to continue to monitor the issue and its related symptoms.


A blood test can also measure and improve performance. Many athletes or individuals training for an event find this an effective way to monitor and improve performance.

Popular blood tests

We can carry out over a 1000 different blood tests so we can’t list them all on our website.

We always recommend speaking to one of our trained healthcare professionals who are trained in phlebotomy and venepuncture (the process which is used to obtain blood samples) to find out the best test for your needs.

Vitamin D Test

This test measures the level of vitamin D in your blood to make sure you have enough for your body to work well.

Vitamin D is essential for healthy bones and teeth. It also helps keep your muscles, nerves, and immune system working normally.

Having low levels of vitamin D is a common problem that can lead to bone disorders and other medical problems such as


  • Depression
  • Hair loss
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle pain
  • Recurrent infections
  • Bone pain

Vitamin B12 & Folate

This test measures the level of vitamin B12 in your blood to make sure you have enough for your body to work well.

Your body needs consistent levels of B12 to make enough red blood cells and keep your nervous system working to keep you healthy.

For most people who eat a balanced diet, low B12 levels are rare. But there are reasons why they may dip below normal. Such as if you are anaemic, have a medical condition or taking medication that affects how well your body absorbs B12 or you follow a vegan or strict vegetarian diet.

Common symptoms of low vitamin B12 include:

  • Fatigue
  • Fuzzy thinking
  • Numbness or tingling in your hands and feet
  • Headaches
  • Moodiness


Testosterone is a hormone produced in men and plays an important role in male health. As you get older testosterone levels start to decrease.

Testosterone levels change throughout a person’s life and usually start to decline steadily after the age of 40. Testosterone levels will also go up and down during the day, usually being higher in the morning and decreasing during the day.

A low testosterone level can result in:

  • low sex drive
  • low energy,
  • loss of muscle
  • depression

This test will measure the level of testosterone Hormone in your body to make sure you don’t have any imbalances or deficiencies

Liver Function Test

Liver function test is a blood test that helps to assess the health of your liver by looking at a number of markers including liver enzymes. Your liver does all kinds of work that’s crucial for your health. It helps break down food, clean your blood, make proteins, and store energy.

Your liver can become inflamed and progressively damaged through excessive food intake, alcohol consumption and viral hepatitis. Your liver can regenerate, but once inflammation has led to scarring (cirrhosis) then liver disease is irreversible.

If something goes wrong with the liver you might have a number of symptoms:

  • Lack of appetite
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Weakness or feeling very tired
  • Yellowish eyes or skin (jaundice)


A cholesterol test can help determine your risk of the buildup of fatty deposits (plaques) in your arteries that can lead to narrowed or blocked arteries throughout your body (atherosclerosis).

High cholesterol usually causes no signs or symptoms. Therefore a cholesterol test is an important tool. High cholesterol levels often are a significant risk factor for coronary artery disease. It is important that tests are carried out on a regular basis especially as you get older.

More-frequent testing might be needed if your initial test results were abnormal or if you already have coronary artery disease, you’re taking cholesterol-lowering medications or you’re at higher risk of coronary artery disease because you:

  • Have a family history of high cholesterol or heart attacks
  • Are overweight
  • Are physically inactive
  • Have diabetes
  • Eat an unhealthy diet
  • Smoke cigarettes


A thyroid test checks the function of your thyroid gland which is in the front of your neck which produces hormones which help to maintain your metabolism.

It is possible for your thyroid to under-produce or over-produce thyroid hormones, and both conditions can lead to a range of symptoms.

An underactive thyroid leads to symptoms of:

  • lethargy
  • weight gain
  • dry skin and hair.

While an overactive thyroid can lead to:

  • tiredness,
  • mood problems
  • weight issues

Iron (anaemia)

Iron is an essential component of the body which makes up red blood cells to transport oxygen all around the body.

Low iron can cause anaemia, a common issue causing a list of problems starting with fatigue, weakness and coldness which can then progress to more serious conditions.

We also test for how well the body can absorb iron which may be reduced in conditions affecting the liver.

Comprehensive Full Body Blood Tests

We offer over 100 different blood tests we always recommend speaking to one of our healthcare providers to discuss your requirements, however, here are some of the more popular tests:

Weight management

This blood test investigates possible causes for an increase in your weight or for weight loss stalling. Gaining weight unexpectedly can sometimes be linked to an underactive thyroid or low levels of the hormone testosterone. With this test we also look into checking your liver function and diabetes risk which is more prevalent to people who are overweight.


Tests related to Weight Management 

Testosterone  |  Diabetes (HbA1c)  |  Liver Function  |  Omega-3 & 7  |  Thyroid


Low energy levels are commonly linked to a nutrient deficiency, hormonal imbalance or an underactive thyroid. Certain health conditions, like diabetes, might also cause low energy levels. This test will measure all of these to try and pinpoint the reason for low levels of energy.


Tests related to Energy

Iron  |  Testosterone  |  Diabetes (HbA1c)  |  Thyroid  |  Vitamin B9 & B12  |   Vitamin D

Long-term health

The following tests are useful indicators as you get older. It focuses on your heart and bone health, as well as your diabetes risk. Because you’re more at risk of some nutrient deficiencies with age, we also test your vitamin B12 levels.


Tests related to Long-term health 

Iron  |  Testosterone  |  Diabetes (HbA1c)  |  Cholesterol  |  Liver function  |  Omega-3 & 6  | Thyroid  |  Vitamin B9 & B12  |  Vitamin D


Have you felt a bit low recently, struggling to concentrate or more irritable than normal? This could be linked to nutrient deficiencies and hormonal imbalances. They are also reasons you might increase your risk of developing a mental health condition, like anxiety or depression.


Tests related to Mood 

Testosterone  |  Liver Function  |  Omega-3 & 6  |  Thyroid  | Vitamin B9 & B12  |  Vitamin D


Do you struggle to sleep? Either trouble falling asleep or waking up a lot. This is often linked to nutrient deficiencies, liver function, or certain health conditions. Poor sleep can also increase the inflammation in your body, which you can check with a CRP test.


Tests related to Sleep 

Iron  |  CRP  |  Testosterone  |  Diabetes (HbA1c)  |  Liver Function  |  Omega-3 & 6  |  Vitamin B9 & B12  |  Vitamin D


If you are an athlete or someone who wants to be on top of their game or recover quicker? Our Fitness tests are for you. Nutrients, liver function, and certain hormones play a big role in how you perform and recover from exercise. They can also affect your sleep — which is one of the most important things for helping your muscles repair themselves.


Tests related to Fitness

Iron  |  Testosterone  |  Liver Function  |  Vitamin B9 & B12  |  Vitamin D

Blood Test Pricing

This is just an example of some of our prices. We can carry out over 1000 blood tests, below are our most common requests.

Individual Blood Tests

Blood TestPrice
Full Blood Count£50
Vitamin D£60
Vitamin B12£40
Liver Function Test£60
Kidney Health/Biochem£75
Iron Level£40
Folate Level£45
Blood Group£95

Blood Panels

Blood PanelsPrice
Basic Screen
Full Blood Count, Basic Kidney Health, Liver Health, Heart Health (Inc Cholesterol) & Blood Sugar
Standard Screen
Basic Screen + Urinalysis, Bone Health, HbA1c and Ferritin
Standard Screen Plus
Standard Screen + Thyroid Health and Tumour Markers
Chronic Fatigue
Full Blood Count, Kidney Health, Bone Health, Infection & Inflammation, Nutritional Health, Iron Status, Thyroid Health, and Diabetes Health
Hormone Monitoring
Suitable for gender reassignment patients
Full Blood Count, Kidney Health, Liver Health, Heart Health (Inc Cholesterol) & Blood Sugar. Oestradiol, Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinising Hormone (LH), Progesterone, Prolactin, Testosterone, Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) & Free Androgen Index
Fertility Monitoring
Suitable for patients on an IVF Journey
Oestradiol, Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinising Hormone (LH) & Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)
Extended Thyroid Function Test
A blood test for thyroid function measures TSH and FT4 levels, which are crucial hormones produced by the thyroid gland that regulate metabolism and other bodily functions. This test is a common and easy way to diagnose thyroid disorders like hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism
Anaemia Profile
An anaemia blood test typically includes a Full Blood Count to measure haemoglobin and red blood cell levels and an Iron Status panel that contains tests for iron, ferritin, and transferrin. Nutritional health markers such as B12 and folic acid are also commonly tested, as deficiencies in these vitamins can cause anaemia. Infection and inflammation markers will also be included, as some types of anaemia can be caused by chronic infections or inflammatory conditions. This comprehensive blood test is an important tool for identifying and managing anaemia, as well as determining the underlying cause of the condition.
Lifestyle Panel - Suitable for post Gastric Sleeve/Balloon Surgery This panel includes Full Blood Count, Liver/Kidney Function, Glucose and HbA1c, Cholesterol, Iron Status, Vitamin D & Vitamin B12£210
Generally Unwell For patients who are feeling generally unwell with no specific signs/symptoms. Our clinicians will generally want a wide variety of blood tests, this one includes: Full Blood Count | Heart Health |
Urinalysis | Kidney Health | Liver Health |
Iron Status | Muscle and Joint
Health | Bone Health | Diabetes Health |
Infection and Inflammation

If you don’t see anything specific to what you require, email us or WhatsApp with your requirements and our clinical staff will contact you with recommendations.


Please note we provide over 1000 blood tests and will try to adapt them to your needs as best we can.

Clinic Details


117 Saltmarket
G1 5LF


Contact Information

Telephone: 0141 255 2681

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Anne-Marie LallawayAnne-Marie Lallaway
12:58 13 Mar 24
Visited yesterday 12/03/2024 . Great service , everything was explained well and all questions were answered . Brian spent time going through different recommendations and routes to enhance the clarity of what needed to be done . Got Vitamin D injection , easier than tablets daily . Would definitely return for future treatments . Enjoyed the visit very much , felt valued and listened to . Thanks Brian .
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marie carrmarie carr
13:50 07 Feb 24
Excellent service, very friendly and very professional, would definitely recommend
Walter CalessoWalter Calesso
12:40 22 Nov 23
So glad i found this place. I needed to check my kidneys health urgently and no chance thorugh NHS. Professional personnel, proactive in suggesting the right kind of tests without pushing for unnecessary ones, and received results within 48hrs, sent to my email. So no guesses or second hand results by phone. Very good
linda edmundslinda edmunds
23:42 23 Sep 23
I had a really good experience and for the first time had no bruises from getting bloods taken. The nurse practitioner was very good and put me at ease.
08:02 13 Sep 23
Got an appointment within the hour and the results within the following hour. Excellent care provided by Brian. I would not hesitate to use this clinic again.
10:18 31 Aug 23
Same day appointment. Facility is spotless and professional. Brian was attentive and knowledgeable and respectful of my anxious situation. Went over and above to get me results, which came in about midnight (!), next day. Rates are fair and reasonable, compared to other places. Highly recommend. Will be back as needed.
Levati LearningLevati Learning
16:25 13 Dec 22
Prompt service to get a medical carried out for one of our colleagues. Would recommend.
11:25 10 Dec 22
Excellent service felt very well cared for unlike another private clinic that I used in the past. I asked alot of questions which were answered very professionally. They gave me exactly what I was looking for which is hard to find in the area. The clinic is very affordable which I needed. Well done med assist and good luck for the future.
Margaret McPhersonMargaret McPherson
05:35 22 Nov 22
I had bloods checked and received a professional fast service. I had the bloods taken and the results were emailed to me the next day.
Alan MclavertyAlan Mclaverty
14:32 20 Nov 22
Booked online and got a same day appointment, service was really good, and Brian the nurse was informative and knowledgeable. Would highly recommend.

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