Regularly testing yourself with several general health indicators is a must for early detection of all types of health risks and ailments.
At HOD, we have carefully designed the following health packages to cover the whole body for the most prominent general health indicators, consume the least of your time, and be cost-effective. Home Collection facility for blood sample collection is available at a minimal additional cost for these packages. Feel free to contact us at 011-40180000 for any query.
Whole Body Blood Panel (Basic) at Rs. 990
Whole Body Blood Panel (Advanced) at Rs. 1,990[MOST POPULAR]
Home Collection: For availing Home Collection facility, please call at 011-40180000 and our call center team will assist you for booking the sample collection.
Access Online Reports: Upon booking, a unique ID and passowrd is generated, against your registration. Further, an automated SMS message will be pushed to your registered mobile number, once your reports are ready for collection.
Hard Copy Reports: Feel free to collect your hard copy reports from any of our outlets, if you do not wish to access online reports.
Fasting: Overnight Fasting (10-12 Hours) is advised, for obtaining best results for the health packages. Avoid eating heavy dinner on the day before the examination.
Ongoing Medication: Ongoing medication courses can alter blood tests levels. We request you to ask us for any special preparation needed for your examination. Also, please update clinical history in the consent form, to obtain fastest report processing.
Doctor Prescription: Doctor prescriptions with DMC No., are mandatory for tests such as pregnancy ultrasounds/doppler as per the PNDT Act, we request you to provide a copy of the same.
Re-Sample requests: In rare cases (such as sample hemolysis, or insufficient sample volumes), for the benefit of the patient, laboratory may request for re-sample drawing requests, please cooperate for such requests as we strive to provide you the best of medical results.
Update Clinical History: It is best practice, to provide clinical history for avoiding delays in medical reporting and obtaining result correlation.