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  1. I have this morning just received a letter from Blue Crest. They have acknowledged that a technical fault and administration error were the reasons for my report being wrong, They state their operations manager "Will speak to the Health Screening Team to make sure this doesn't happen again in the future" I personally think speaking to a couple of nurses was a little light on operational protocol and that a full investigation and change in protocols and monitoring was required as is perhaps the replacement of the operational director who thinks words can influence rigid methodology
  2. I just received a Personal Health Report from Blue Crest Health Screening following a medical with them. The report stated I was very overweight had a Body Mass Index of 40.5 (which is high) and blood pressure as stage 2 hypertension 189/101 but the lung fuction of a 22 year old? Surprisingly they stated I had a zero risk of heart attack or stroke in the next 10 years. I couldn't believe that I read the report in detail and found they listed me as 5'4 instead of 6'1 which of course increases my BMI and risk ratio. I called Blue Crest immediately 7 days ago
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