Private allergy test cost
Consultation Fees (not included in the private allergy test price)
All our consultants are registered with main private insurance companies. If you have private insurance consultation and testing costs can be covered partially or in full by your insurance company.
Consultation fees as well as costs of diagnostic procedures in many cases can be billed to your insurance company directly, but with some policies you will have to pay in clinic and can claim reimbursement based on our receipts.
Please contact your company before consultation and obtain authorisation number to see one of our consultants. Please check if you company if you have an excess on your insurance policy (you will need to pay it during the consultation).
For patients who are willing to fund consultations themselves consultation fee can be paid by debit card, cash or a bank transfer.
We accept cash, debit cards or bank transfer payments.
If you want to claim private insurance please contact your provider before your appointment and obtain authorisation number.
When you schedule your appointment please e-mail details of your insurance company, registration number, authorisation number to:
or you can select convenient appointment time in our electronic appointment system
Allergy Clinics UK for adults and children
Available appointments are listed online in the booking system
Please provide following patient’s details,
First and last name:
Date of Birth:
Name and Address of GP:
If you don’t keep your appointment and/or don’t cancel it by e-mail or phone 24h in advance there will be a late cancellation/missed appointment charge of £250
Private allergy tests cost £30 per allergen (plus the fee for taking a blood sample of £32.50) (excluding consultation fee and excluding recombinant allergens)
Allergy test ISAC for 112 allergens is availabe without an appointment is £393 (after the test appointmnet can be offered to discuss results at additional cost). Please click reaquest an allergy test link above for more infromation.
With some policies you are required pay for your consultation in the clinic and claim the sum back based on our receipt.
Please Note: Should your insurance company be unable to settle your bill or only settles it in part, we will have to ask you for the outstanding amount.
What do I need to do beforehand?
When you are coming to see a consultant it is very important that, if possible all antihistamines are stopped at least 2 days before the appointment . This does not apply if you have severe rashes or swellings. If you were unable to stop antihistamines please tell your consultant in the beginning of your appointment.
Antihistamines are often prescribed or recommended for patients with allergic problems.
Chlorphenamine (also called PIRITON)
Loratadine (also called CLARITYN)
Levocetirizine (also called XYZAL)
Acrivastine (also called BENADRYL)
Rupatadine (also called RUPAFIN)
Cetirizine (also called ZIRTEK)
Fexofenadine (also called TELFAST)
Desloratadine (also called NEOCLARITYN)
Misolastine (also called MIZOLLEN)