A leading in-clinic Covid testing company has announced the opening of its flagship clinic in Edinburgh.
DAM Health offers a range of services including Fit To Fly antigen, PCR and same day emergency appointments with fast results. The business grew from its first lab in Liverpool and a handful of staff in November 2020 to now grow to over 1,000 staff as it grows.
With over 50 clinics currently operating across the UK, the opening in Edinburgh city center is a huge step forward with more Scottish clinics planned soon. The new clinic is in the Gyle Shopping Center and is open 9am to 6pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 6pm on Sunday.
DAM Health is an associate partner of Rangers FC in an ongoing partnership with the team and also the sponsor of Edinburgh’s rugby ground – the DAM Health Stadium – as well as working with Scottish Rugby and their testing requirements .
DAM Health is a member of the self-regulatory LTIO (Laboratory and Testing Industry Organisation) which represents major members of the testing and laboratory industry in the UK.
Professor Frank Joseph, Medical Director of DAM Health, said: “We are extremely proud to open our first clinic in Edinburgh city center which is great news for the people of this great Scottish city. We continue to innovate and adapt and now offer a range of services across antigen and PCR testing that help families, businesses and other important areas of life thrive again as we begin 2022. As always, our focus on in-clinic testing remains an important choice for those who want the added safety and peace of mind of our trained clinicians performing the tests rather than using self-administered home testing.
DAM Health recommends always checking all FCDO travel requirements and advice before booking overseas travel, ensuring the correct certification is in place.
They have also launched clinics and labs internationally with expansion into Spain and Mexico and more international locations coming soon.
DAM Health continues to work with a range of charities and projects including The Hope Foundation and Football For Change.