Assessment of an individual’s cardiac risk factors subsequently quantified in the form of a QRISK2 score (a nationally recognised and utilised risk tool). The specific components of this are;


•  A comprehensive health questionnaire.

•  Body Mass Index (BMI).

•  Blood cholesterol.

•  Blood pressure.


Physical examination comprising auscultation of heart sounds to identify any abnormal heart sounds such as a murmur.


A 12-lead ECG to detect the presence of any cardiac abnormality that may lead to sudden cardiac death. An ECG will detect cardiomyopathy - which accounts for the majority of SCDs - with 94% accuracy, and 80% of other abnormalities.

The screening process – whilst streamlined as best as possible, to ensure minimal disruption to our client’s normal routine - features several components: