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Advanced private breast screening in London

Self-refer without GP consultation for a high quality, affordable and convenient screening breast mammograms. Free, no obligation online suitability questionnaire.

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One in five breast cancers is now in women under the age of 50

At One5 Health, our sole focus is to support people in being more proactive around their health and wellbeing. As a result we have creating screening experiences that are efficient, affordable, personalised, and of the highest quality.

 It is more important than ever that women aged 40 and over are supported to take control of their health proactively. We recommend that women over 40 book themselves in for breast screening each year and with this in mind we have created the most streamlined and efficient process for breast screening.

​How it works

Our 3D breast screening mammogram with radiologist report costs £300 (self-funded price - no health insurance required) conducted at a Harley Street consultant-led breast imaging centre.

Harley Street consultant-led breast imaging centre.

A One5 Health doctor will review your answers within 1 working day. The outcome of the GP review will be sent to you by email with next steps outlined.

We are usually able to book you in for your scan within 5 working days. Scanning appointments are available at our Harley Street Imaging Breast Unit Monday-Friday 9.00am-5.00pm. 

Payment to be taken at the point of booking. 

Reports will be sent out within 5 working days of your mammogram appointment. If everything is normal we will send you a PDF report to keep for your own records. If anything shows as abnormal a One5 Health GP will provide advice on the best next steps along with referrals as needed.

How do I find the breast imaging centre?

Please note we can only offer private mammograms for patients who are currently not showing any breast cancer symptoms.

If you have found a lump or any other concerning symptoms in your breast, it is advised to book a Women's Health Consultation online instead.

State-of-the-art technology

We use the best available technology to provide our patients with a clear diagnosis. Our 3D Hologic Mammography Machine can detect even the smallest abnormality in breast tissue, while using low-dose radiation.

We also use 3T MRI scans that are particularly sensitive and useful for diagnosing breast cancer in younger women and women with dense breast tissue. By using pioneering new equipment, we can reduce waiting times and avoid the need for multiple screenings, ensuring our patients can begin treatment as soon as possible.

Why is breast screening so important?

Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in the UK, causing about 11,500 deaths in women each year. The survival rate from the disease has been steadily improving over time, and now over 75% of all women diagnosed with breast cancer are alive 10 years later; and over 98% of women with breast cancers detected by screening are alive 5 years later.

​Screening women between the ages of 40 and 49 will reduce the chance of a woman dying from breast cancer by 25% and annual screening after the age of 50 can reduce the chance of dying from breast cancer by 25-30%. Breast screening now saves 1,300 lives every year in the UK.

​Simply put, the earlier cancer is detected, the quicker treatment can be administered, and the survival rate is much higher. This is why regular screening appointments are so important as they ensure any early signs of cancer are detected.

​Following the American College of Radiology’s guidelines, we recommend that all women should start having regular screening appointments from the age of 40, and you are able to self-refer (i.e. book directly without needing a GP referral) for a private screening mammogram with us from this age. We also recommend annual screening, as opposed to every three years, to ensure any abnormalities are identified at the earliest possible stage.

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