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Please have your credit/debit card details to hand, as we’ll need them to secure your booking.

You’ll need to complete a questionnaire about your physical and mental health, using the Bupa Be.Me app or our online portal.

We’ll ask you about any medication you’re taking to make sure you’re booking the most appropriate assessment for you. For women who’ve chosen to have a cervical cancer screen, we’ll need to make sure that the appointment doesn’t coincide with your period.

You can, but there may be a charge because of the preparations we’ll be making in the run-up to your visit. This will depend on how much notice you give us.

 When you let us know  What you’ll pay 
 More than five working days before your appointment  No charge
 Five days or less before your appointment  £75
 24 hours or less before your appointment  Full fee
 If you don’t turn up on the day  Full fee

Just let us know when you book.

  • If you have restricted mobility, we’ll tell you about parking or access to the building.
  • If you’ll need an interpreter during your appointment, we can offer you immediate telephone access to an interpretation service called Language Line. You’ll be able to choose from over 200 languages and dialects.

If you want to talk about a long-term health condition, it would be best for you to book a health assessment which includes time with a doctor. That means we’d recommend either Be.Reassured or Be.Ahead.

This includes time with a GP, not a specialist. Therefore some aspects of what you may want to talk about could lie beyond the GP’s level of expertise. However, the doctor you see can let you know if they think you need a specialist opinion, and can give you a referral letter to see a private specialist.

We probably wouldn’t be able to review any of your treatments, or recommend changes to them, during your health assessment. That’s because we’d need access to your full medical records. We also believe that continuity of care is important, and an hour with the health assessment doctor can’t offer that. Therefore, if you want to discuss your treatment plan, please consider whether doing so during a health assessment is the right thing for you.

Your check-up will include a certain set of tests. If we think we need to recommend further tests, we’ll let you know. That way, your health assessment will be tailored to your individual needs.

We also use other information to provide you with results and guidance which are personalised to you. This includes your questionnaire responses and any additional tests we recommend (the cost of these is usually included in your health assessment), plus any consultation with a doctor if that’s included in your health assessment. That way, you’ll get an overview of your wellbeing along with advice that’s tailored to your health, your test results, your lifestyle and your ambitions.

You’ll receive most of your test results on the day. Some tests, such as pathology tests, mammograms, and screening for cervical and prostate cancer, need to be sent away to a laboratory or await a radiology report. You’ll get those results within two weeks of your appointment.

If we discover a serious health concern during your health check, we’ll talk it through with you in detail. With your agreement, we’ll also let your GP know. We may advise you to see your GP, or if you wish then we can provide you with a referral letter to see a specialist privately, if necessary.

Although we’re very thorough, it’s not always possible to spot all diseases and abnormalities at the time of your check-up. If you have any new symptoms or concerns afterwards, you should seek medical advice as soon as possible. If you’d like our help, you can make a private appointment with a Bupa GP, or you can call our Anytime Healthline – the number will be in your health assessment report. In an emergency, though, you should call 111 or 999.

We don’t want anyone to be unhappy about the service they receive, so we’d like to address any complaints as soon as possible. Please speak to a member of staff at the Bupa centre where you had your assessment. Every centre has a complaints handler, or you may also be able to talk to the centre manager.

If you want to escalate your complaint by telephone or in writing, please call or write to the centre manager using these contact details. We’ll acknowledge your complaint the following working day, and send you a full response within 20 working days.

We deal with all complaints confidentially and impartially. If appropriate, your complaint may be referred to the regional manager and/or escalated to a more senior manager. If you’re not satisfied with the response to a complaint, all of our centres are registered with the Care Quality Commission and you can escalate your complaint to them, if necessary.

We keep a record of every complaint we receive and the reasons for it. We use this information, as well as our customer satisfaction surveys, to help make sure we continually improve the service we provide.

Our complaints process does not affect your legal rights.

Health Assessment Bookings Team
Bupa Place
102 The Quays
Salford Quays
M50 3SP


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How do you ensure the clinical excellence of Bupa’s health assessments?

Our clinical governance framework promotes clinical excellence through:

  • quality improvement activity
  • continual reviews of our policies and protocols
  • internal and external audits
  • clear policies for managing risk
  • the reporting of clinical incidents
  • a clear complaints policy
  • the reporting and management of poor performance
  • staff training and development

Bupa centres are also regulated and audited by the Care Quality Commission. They require us to treat our customers as having the utmost importance, and to ensure that safety is maintained at all times through clear policies and procedures.

Most of our doctors have been qualified for at least seven years since graduating from medical school. This typically includes two years’ postgraduate foundation training, three years’ GP training, and two years’ experience as a fully qualified GP. However, many of our doctors are much more experienced than that.

Foundation and postgraduate GP training involves working in a number of specialisms as a junior doctor. Most of our doctors hold the MRCGP postgraduate qualification for general practice and family medicine, awarded by the Royal College of General Practitioners. Some hold a similar qualification, MRCP, from the Royal Colleges of Physicians, or are accredited by another organisation. Quite a few have further qualifications; GPs can obtain specialist diplomas such as DFSRH (relating to sexual health) and DROG (women’s health). Some of our doctors have experience as NHS GP partners, GMC appraisers and NHS trainers, which means training junior doctors to become GPs.

All of our doctors are on the GMC’s medical register and have a licence to practise. This means they have an annual GMC appraisal, although Bupa does the appraisal in-house for doctors who no longer work in the NHS. Our doctors also undergo clinical reviews with a lead doctor within Bupa, both three months after starting with us and then annually. The clinical review looks at a wide range of data such as incidents, complaints, and customer and colleague feedback.

All of our doctors also have regular performance reviews, and samples of their clinical notes and health assessment reports are reviewed and audited twice a year. We have also introduced an enhanced clinical review for the small number of doctors who are not on the GMC GP register, to ensure that they meet the standard of care expected from a fully trained GP.

Our health advisers are educated to degree level or equivalent in exercise physiology/sports science as well as nutrition. They all undergo an intense full-time training programme to learn how to perform health assessments to a very high standard. This includes nutrition and diet, alcohol consumption, smoking and exercise. They undergo thorough criminal and security checks and have regular performance appraisals.

Bupa is accredited under the ISO 9001 quality management system. As part of this, we operate stringent quality checks with full internal audits of all procedures.

Taking good care of your sensitive personal data is essential to everything we do. We’re also committed to full transparency about how we protect your information and prove it’s in safe hands. You can read our privacy policy and our legal notices.

We handle your information in accordance with UK data protection legislation and medical confidentiality guidelines. Confidentiality is a key aspect of training, and compliance with our policies and guidelines is actively monitored. Non-compliance may result in disciplinary or legal action. We have appropriate technical and organisational measures in place to guard against the unauthorised or unlawful processing of your personal data and the accidental loss of, destruction of or damage to your data.

Our data centres are externally accredited and certified to the International Standard for Information Security (ISO/IEC 27001:2013). If you're unhappy about how we’ve handled your information, we’d like to hear your concerns. Please email or write to us at:

Bupa UK Privacy Team
Willow House
4 Pine Trees
Chertsey Lane
TW18 3DZ

Bupa Health Assessments are provided by Bupa Occupational Health Limited. Registered in England and Wales No. 631336. Registered office: 1 Angel Court, London, EC2R 7HJ.