FOR PATIENTS

You discuss your interest in genomic medicine testing with your family doctor or treating specialist to help you to choose the genomic test package that is suitable for you. Ideally, you should have a referral letter from your family doctor or treating specialist to Genomic Medicine UK.

Nonetheless, self-referral can be accepted for patients who do not have a referral letter from their family doctor or treating specialist as long as they are registered with a family docotr in the UK or they are international patients.

You go to the Genomic Medicine UK website and visit the page of the genomic test package that you would like to request.

You order and pay for the genomic test that you require through the website.

We will email you immediately with an acknowledgement and confirmation of your order, which you will be able to see in your order history at your account profile at Genomic Medicine UK website.

In our acknowledgement and confirmation email, which you will receive after you complete your order, you will find a link to complete our informed consent for genomic testing online. Please feel free to email us at info@genomicmedicineuk.com for any support you may need to fill the form.

We will post you within five working days a complete genomic testing package, which includes everything you need to take your DNA sample easily at home without any pain or stress.

You will send your DNA sample back to our laboratory in the provided prepaid envelope by dropping the envelope at your nearest post red box.

We will complete your genomic analysis within 8 weeks of receiving your DNA sample at our accredited and ISO9000 certified laboratory.

Our licenced consultant medical doctors will interpret and report your genomic analysis results and issue your final medical report, which we will email to you as an encrypted PDF file. Otherwise, we can send you your genomic testing results and final medical report by post if you requested this when you made your order.

We will send a copy of your genomic testing results and final medical report to your GP/family doctor unless you tell us otherwise.

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