By living a healthy and active lifestyle you can reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke and help keep your blood pressure and cholesterol at healthy levels. High blood pressure increases your risk of a heart attack or stroke.
As Seamus discovered, sometimes high blood pressure has no warning signs which is why it is crucial that people know their numbers.
"I was completely unaware of this (high blood pressure) and I am very grateful to the NICHS Well Check for picking up this problem. Please pass on my thanks to everyone involved."
Hundreds of people like Seamus are uncovering hidden risk factors – don’t delay, a health check can prevent illness and save lives.
The best way to protect yourself is to get your health checked at least once a year.
Our Well Check may identify risk factors that could cause heart disease or stroke, so people can take action and control of their own health.
Why choose our Health Check?
Our Well Check is a face to face, 30 minute appointment with a health promotion specialist. They will talk you through your results and the impact these could have on your health.
Body Composition (body fat %, muscle mass, metabolic age & body water %)
Follow up support & advice (if required)
Our Health Promotion Specialist will aim to answer any questions you may have and talk you through your results. You will be provided with a personal report, advice on a healthy lifestyle and health promotion literature.
We provide Well Checks in areas across Northern Ireland. Check out the list below to see where our next Well Checks are. Use the booking form on the right to select a date and location.
Venue: Omagh Community House, 2 Drumragh Ave, Omagh BT78 1DP
We are rolling out our Well Checks all across Northern Ireland. As well as the above locations, during 2019, we will be providing appointments in Lisburn, Antrim, Newry, Magherafelt, Ballymena, Banbridge, Newtownards, Larne, Strabane and Dungannon.
We do accept donations to help cover the cost of equipment used during your Well Check.
To Book: Use the form to the right of this page or phone reception on: 02890 320 184.