COVID-19 Coronavirus testing

We can now offer self testing mandatory day 2 and day 8 and Test to release for those returning to the UK. Please contact our City, Manchester or Canary Wharf Clinics for more information. CLICK HERE FOR DAY 2/8 and TTR

Please refer to the Foreign Office website for travel information FCO Travel to check destination travel requirements -these can change frequently and it is the responsibilty of the person travelling to check this and tell us what is required for them to travel.

We can ALSO offer self testing COVID 19 swab tests in our clinic:


PCR test for those travelling abroad or Test to Release – The turnaround time for results of the Covid PCR swab test is approximately 1 day.

The cost of the PCR test is available on this link starting from £135 for postal Day 2 testing CLICK HERE discounts are available for groups and companies.

Central London Clinic Queen Anne Street prices:
Covid 19 PCR test £175

Manchester Prices:
Standard PCR self test is £175
Day 2 self test in clinic is £175
Test to Release self test in clinic is £200
Day 2/8 in clinic 2x self tests total £290

City and Canary Wharf Clinic Prices:
General PCR test £200 same day results
General PCR test (express) £250 within 4 hours
Day 2 Test £160
Day 2&8 Test bundle £290
Test to release £200 same day results

Cheaper prices are available on the link above for postal tests and for combinations of tests.

Certificates and fit to fly letters can be issued by our doctors after the test if required. 




Refunds are given for cancelled tests- we will charge a £50 cancellation fee.




Our coronavirus antibody tests are available as an Abbott and Roche laboratory tests with a result in 24 hours.

For these tests the specificity is 100% and sensitivity 97.7%.  These are the most accurate tests currently available in the UK and they have been approved for use by the NHS

We can also do instant IgG and IgM Surescreen antibody tests using Lateral Flow technology.

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About Dr Gerlis

Dr Laurence Gerlis qualified with double First Class Honours from Clare College Cambridge where he was a scholar and William Butler prize winner - he was a Price scholar at the Royal London Hospital. He was responsible for the first-ever worldwide approval of human insulin for use in patients. Dr Gerlis is a Member of the Royal Colleges of Physicians and holds the Diploma in Pharmaceutical Medicine (DPM).

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