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The Hepatitis B Titre Level test is a simple blood test used to check if you are protected from the Hepatitis B virus. Titre level refers to the level of antibodies found in your blood and indicates whether you have been exposed to the virus and your body can therefore fight it off.
This blood test is routinely used following a Hepatitis B vaccine to ensure that your body has built up immunity. People at high risk of coming into contact with the Hepatitis Virus can benefit from this test, this includes anyone who:
At Summerfield Healthcare, we offer a full blood testing service including blood tests for Hep B Titre Levels. Our modern and comfortable clinics are perfectly situated for easy access and our flexible appointment times mean you can arrange your appointment for a time that suits your needs. All our tests are carried out by experienced and trained professional medical staff members to give you the best possible care.
To test the titre levels in your blood, a small sample of blood will need to be taken. During your appointment, one of our experienced staff members will use a thin needle and syringe to extract a small amount of blood, usually from a vein on the inside of your arm. This sample is then labelled and sent back to the laboratory for testing.
There is no need to prepare for the test in any way and the blood draw is relatively painless. You may experience some slight discomfort and bruising at the needle site, but this will pass within a few days.
Your whole appointment shouldn’t take longer than 15 minutes and you can resume all normal activity after the blood test.
We send blood test results back to you electronically in a secure PDF. This offers you fast result turnaround time and clear and secure documentation.
If you would prefer to receive your results by post, please let us know and we will send a hard copy to you using Royal Mail first class.
If your results are positive, it means you have enough of the Hepatitis B antigen to protect you from infection from the virus. You are considered immune and don’t need to do anything else.
If your result is negative, it means the level of hep B antigen in your bloodstream is too low to render you immune. You will need to complete a course of Hepatitis B vaccine in order to build up protection against the virus. This is still applicable if you have already had the vaccine.
Although we are a private healthcare provider, our priority is you and your health. That’s why we are committed to giving you excellent healthcare at affordable prices.
Our hepatitis B titre level blood test costs £77 and this is carried out by our nurse team.
You do not need a referral to book a test but you can book a follow up private GP consultation if you would like to discuss your hep B test results with one of our experienced GPs. (Please note this attracts a separate fee).
We offer hepatitis B blood tests so you can conveniently book around your location and schedule.
Although Summerfield Healthcare is a private practice our fees are low cost and structured with you in mind. Initial consultation fees are listed below:
Paul Hatton is the Registered CQC Manager for Summerfield Healthcare. He is responsible the governance, overseeing of the clinical aspect and the development of new services.
Paul qualified as a Registered Mental Health Nurse in 2000 from Staffordshire University having spent 7 years in The Royal Air Force.
Paul has worked for a number of NHS and Private Healthcare providers over the years and joined Summerfield Healthcare in 2015.
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Dr Sundeep Sidhu is a GP with professional interests in all aspects of women’s health. She completed her GP training at the Oxford Deanery and also gained a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
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Dr Vivake Roddah is a GP with professional interests in Dermatology, Minor surgery and Occupational Medicine. He completed his GP training in the Oxford Deanery and has had the opportunity of working with patients from many different backgrounds.