Why choose the Gold Assessment?
At Echelon Health we realise that no single scanner can assess for all diseases. Utilising a combination of the most advanced MRI, CT and Ultrasound technology, alongside comprehensive blood tests such as tumour markers, every client receives a highly comprehensive set of results.
Your scans and images are reviewed by up to seven of the most renowned radiologists in the country, all drawn from prestigious London teaching hospitals - with Echelon Health, you can be completely confident in the accuracy of your results every time.
Clients undergoing a Gold Assessment benefit from the use of their own private suite throughout the day. Offering a private and tranquil base to be used in-between tests and scans, the suite ensures the day of assessment is as relaxing as it is efficient. The suite is meticulously furnished with select pieces by renowned designer David Linley and reminiscent of the 1950s art deco style.
Details of what’s included
The price of the Gold Assessment Package:
for men is £10,000,
for women is £9,200.
Case Study – Lung Cancer
An aggressive tumour - caught and treated.
A Client of Echelon Health, a gentleman well known in the entertainment industry, recently attended for a CT chest scan, due to his concerns about having previously being exposed to significant passive smoking.
Our specialist consultant chest radiologist reported a 5 mm nodule in his right lung and due to her concerns about the irregular edges of this nodule, which made it less likely to be benign, recommended an early follow up scan in 3 months.
The follow up scan demonstrated an increase in size of the nodule and surgery was recommended. The Client subsequently underwent removal of part of his right lung and histological analysis confirmed the nodule was an early but aggressive cancer.
Fortunately, the cancer had not spread to the adjacent lymph nodes and 5 years on, our Client remains cured of his cancer and in excellent health.
Imagine the situation if this Client had not come to an Echelon Health check up? The outcome would have been very different. The average UK 10 year survival for lung cancer remains just 5%.
So it is highly probable that the detection of the nodule on his lung and its subsequent removal at such an early stage saved his life.