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Comprehensive Health Check & Executive Health Screening in Dublin and Galway
It is now 30 Years since Irish Health Care, the longest running health screening provider in Ireland opened its doors. Thirty years have brought many changes in medicine with constantly advancing technology being made more accessible to our clients.
2004 saw the opening of our second branch in Galway Clinic providing services for clients in the West of Ireland.
Our team of doctors (male & female) and nurses have vast experience in the area of health screening.
Our facilities are fitted out with state of the art equipment so that the check-up you have is complete and thorough and all your tests carried out in a single visit.
At Irish Health Care we understand the importance of confidentiality. Two copies of your medical report, following your visit, will be sent directly to you. You can supply your GP with a copy if you wish.
Should your screening physician decide that further investigation is required, specialist referral can be arranged in liaison with your G.P.
It makes sense to look after your health.
Early warning is vital to the successful treatment of many conditions. The earlier
medical problems are identified, the greater the chance of cure, or of minimising
the effects on your health and well-being.
Give yourself the best possible chance in life…
Our standard programme includes the following tests:
Full Physical Examination to include:
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Stress electrocardiogram (on the treadmill) is recommended for men >40 and for women in their late case of family history, risk factors or symptoms.
Ultrasound of the carotid arteries in the neck to detect narrowing (a common source of stroke), the abdominal aorta to detect aneurysms and ABI to detect peripheral arterial disease. This test is recommended for both men and women >50.
Mammography, as a screening procedure, is not felt necessary for a woman until >45 but would be recommended earlier if there is a family history or indications present.