Dagenham Clinic – DAGH

Dagenham DNA Testing appointments clinic service

The following DNA services are available at the Dagenham Clinic:

DNA Testing

The Dagenham Clinic provides DNA Testing services to individuals, social services and the legal sector. The following DNA Test services are available at the clinic:
  • Paternity DNA Testing
  • Maternity DNA Testing
  • Sibling DNA Testing
  • Grandparent DNA Testing
  • Avuncular DNA Testing
You can use The DNA tests listed for legal purposes e.g. Family court or immigration cases. Or, for your personal information only (peace of mind).
 
Also, appointments are available using a mobile service to your location. This includes your home or workplace in the Dagenham area that is convenient to you.

All collection services are certified to ISO 9001, 14001 and 27001. As a result, this ensures strict chain of custody over your samples is in place. Also, for your convenience, Crystal Health Group also provide Home Testing kits. Also, for your convenience, Crystal Health Group also provide Home Testing kits. The Home drug testing kit can be ordered here. Also, you can order one of our DNA Paternity Test kits from Boots from Boots.com

About Dagenham

Located in East London, Dagenham is a suburban town in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. The population of the area significantly increased in the 20th century, with the parish of Dagenham becoming an urban district.

Please call 0800 988 7107 to check availability or book your appointment at the Dagenham Clinic. A qualified Clinical Advisor will talk you through the testing options available.

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