About Us


MediLab Ltd is situated in Strive Health Club


Medilab Ltd
Medical Suite 2
Strive Health Club
L’Avenue de la Reine Elizabeth II
St Peter


Opening Times

Consultation times vary


Quality Assurance

We have strict Quality Assurance at MediLab ensuring your results are reliable and accurate

Superior Service

We offer on-site appointments with results within 2 working days

Test Profiles

We offer a wide range of test profiles to suit your needs

Our Consultants

At MediLab we offer a full health check service, including Consultant advice if required. This ensures our results are backed up by Consultant advice.


At MediLab we have:

  • Consultant Haematologist for any haematological advice required.
  • Clinical BioChemist for any clinical chemistry advice required.

Consultant Haematologist

Dr. Russell Kennan, MB ChB, PhD, MRCP, MRCPath.


Dr.Keenan is an excellent addition to the MediLab team, with over twenty years experience across all aspects of haematology (both paediatric and adult), including clinical and laboratory aspects of malignant haematology, leukaemia, stem cell transplantation, haemophilias and other bleeding disorders, thrombophilias, haemoglobinopathies, thalassaemias, transfusion medicine and benign haematological disease.

Consultant Clinical Biochemist

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Dr. Darren Powell FRCPath Clinical Biochemistry, PhD, MSc, BSc Hons.


Dr. Powell is MediLab’s Consultant Clinical Biochemist, with many years of experience across all aspects of clinical biochemistry (both paediatric and adult).

Our Customers

Our customers cover the following areas:


  • Healthcare Providers
  • Clinics
  • General practitioners (GPs)
  • Medical specialists
  • Occupational health departments
  • Pathology laboratories
  • Private sector hospitals
  • Insurance companies
  • Clinical research organisations/Pharmaceutical companies
  • Private self testing clients

Core Values

We pride ourselves on providing you with health checks that matter. Offering a fully confidential, easy, time efficient service to ensure your health check is our priority.

Our Core Values set the standard for the organisation and supportive way in which we behave towards one another, as well as the professionalism with which we conduct ourselves in our day-to-day duties. MediLabs Core Values reflect our commitment to medical excellence, empowering people to take control of their health.

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Quality Assurance & Management

MediLab is committed to providing clients with pathology of the highest quality. The quality of results is of fundamental importance, and the laboratory operates to stringent technical and administrative standards.


Internal quality assurance is achieved by strict adherence to standard operating procedures for all analytical processes. MediLab participates in recognised National External Quality Assessment Schemes; these schemes are subscribed to by NHS and private laboratories. The U.K. Accreditation Service (UKAS) provides accreditation to the internationally recognised ISO 15189 Medical Laboratories: Requirements for Quality and Competence standard. Results are subjected to strict internal and external quality control, we are striving for this accreditation.


Details of the laboratories to whom MediLab refers specialist testing are available from MediLab Referrals. These laboratories are UKAS accredited or of equal accreditation status.



Samples may need to be rejected if they do not meet our sample quality policy. Sometimes tests cannot be performed in the laboratory if samples fall short of the quality, volume or other eligibility criteria. In these cases, the laboratory may need to reject the samples, and not carry out processing.


The laboratory may be able to rectify a situation and although turnaround times may be affected, it avoids having to arrange for samples to be taken again.


Incorrect sample types received:

  • Samples in incorrect containers

– Basic incorrect blood tube / other sample.
– Samples without the appropriate preservative (e.g. acidified urine samples).
– Samples that are received ambient, when a frozen sample is required.
– Samples that are received unprotected from light, when they are required to be covered at the point of venepuncture.

  • Insufficient sample received
  • No sample received
  • Labelling or form issues (mislabelled / unlabelled / no forms / no clinical information)
  • Clotted / haemolysed / lipaemic / icteric samples
  • Sample is broken or has leaked in transit
  • Stability time has been exceeded. Stability time is test dependant, and also refers to tests that can only be carried out on certain days of the week
  • Sample contamination (e.g. being in the same bag as a leaking sample).
  • Samples are high risk or infectious
  • Samples that are received in expired tubes

Where your health check is our priority