Monday - Friday: 9.30 am to 6.00 pm,
Saturday - By Prior Appointment
Unit 3, Wilmington Cl, Watford WD18 0AF
Diagnostics and Blood Tests

Diagnostics and Blood Tests

BLOOD TESTS on Harley Street in North London

Our Blood Tests provide an easy way to gain real understanding about one’s health. They display a precise, scientifically-backed view of the internal workings of the body in order to assist one in taking the crucial measures to gain control of their health and wellbeing.


Get a scientifically-backed view of the internal workings of the body in order to assist one in taking the crucial measures to gain control of their health and wellbeing.


Book a Private Blood Test in London – Why Choose MACS?


Getting blood tests done at MACS clinic is the best choice for accurate, comprehensive and expertly interpreted results. Unlike at-home kits our medical professionals are trained to handle blood samples properly, ensuring accurate results. With same-day appointments and fast results, MACS clinic offer the ultimate convenience. Plus, we have access to a wider range of tests, giving patients a more complete picture of their health. Choose the reliability and expertise of MACS clinic today and get peace of mind knowing your health is in good hands!










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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: How long does it take to receive test results from MACS Diagnostics?


    The turnaround time for test results can vary depending on the specific test being conducted. However, we strive to deliver results as quickly as possible. Most routine blood tests are typically processed within 24 to 48 hours.

    Q: Do I need a doctor’s referral to get tested at MACS Diagnostics?


    No, you do not need a doctor’s referral to get tested at MACS Diagnostics. We welcome both self-referred individuals and those referred by healthcare professionals. However, we recommend consulting with your healthcare provider for appropriate test selection and interpretation.

    Q: Are the tests at MACS Diagnostics covered by insurance?


    MACS Diagnostics accepts a wide range of insurance plans. However, coverage may vary depending on your specific insurance policy. We encourage you to contact your insurance provider to understand your coverage and any potential out-of-pocket expenses.

    Q: How can I schedule an appointment with MACS Diagnostics?


    Scheduling an appointment with MACS Diagnostics is easy. Use our online form after selecting any of our tests, pick a date and you will receive the information needed.

    Q: How accurate are the results provided by MACS Diagnostics?


    At MACS Diagnostics, we prioritise accuracy and precision in all our tests. Our laboratory utilises state-of-the-art equipment and follows stringent quality control measures to ensure reliable results with a high level of accuracy.

    Q: What Services Does MACS Diagnostics offer?


    MACS Diagnostics provides a wide range of blood diagnostics services, including comprehensive blood tests, infectious disease screenings, genetic testing, hormonal assessments, and specialised tests for specific medical conditions.

    Q: Complications from blood tests?

    • Sometimes a bruise develops where the needle was inserted. This is much less likely to happen if you press over the site with cotton wool for several minutes with your arm left straight (not bent).
    • As with any wound, an infection may develop where the needle was inserted. See your doctor if the wound site becomes red and inflamed.

    Rarely, some people feel faint during a blood test. Tell the person doing the test if you feel faint, as you should immediately lie down to prevent fainting

    Q: How much blood is normally taken?


    This depends on the sort of tests you are having done. Many tests can be done on the same sample of blood, so you do not need to have a single bottle for each one: The bottles do not necessarily have to be completely filled either.

    Q: How is blood test normally done?


    • The vein used for blood sampling is usually on the inside of your elbow or the back of your wrist.
    • A tight band (tourniquet) is usually placed around your upper arm. This makes the vein fill with blood and makes it easier for the blood sample to be taken.
    • The skin over the vein may be cleaned with an antiseptic wipe.
    • A needle is then inserted into the vein through the clean skin, causing a sharp pricking sensation. The needle is connected either to a syringe, or directly to blood sample bottles.
    • The tourniquet is undone. When the required amount of blood is taken, the needle is removed. The small wound is pressed on with cotton wool for a few minutes to stop the bleeding and prevent bruising. A sticking plaster may be put on. The blood is placed in bottles. There may be a slight ache following a blood test.

    Happy Patients

    I just had the otoplasty procedure at MACS clinic in Watford. From the initial consultation through to the surgery itself, I felt totally looked after by the brilliant staff. Everyone was very friendly and helpful, the clinic is very nice and I felt at ease at all times. Mr Vadodaria was very thorough, reassuring and happy to answer any questions and the surgery itself was painless. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the clinic to anyone!

    – Jessica Barber –

    Fantastic service! Lovely and approachable staff. Surgeon was incredibly informative, took the time to answer all my questions. Would highly recommend!

    – Rajpal Gore –

    5 stars!!! Thank you, I’ve already recommended you to friends and family

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