Founded in 2005, the DNA Clinics brand was the first in the UK to provide face to face DNA tests. Originally, we provided appointment based tests through a network of 23 clinics. Now, as Crystal Health Group, we have more than 100 locations throughout the UK. Managed through our head office in Manchester, we can book all types of tests in rapid time frames. For example, some of these include:
- Paternity test, to establish the biological father of a child.
- Maternity test, to establish the biological mother of a child.
- Sibling test, to determine if siblings are full, half or unrelated.
- Grandparent test, to establish the biological grandparents of a grandchild.
- Other complex relationship tests.
Our founder, Nichola McChrystal, is a Biomedical Scientist with a strong ethical background. She believes in providing a service that can give accurate answers in the right way. With this in mind, our team of Clinical Advisors are all trained and experienced. In addition to testing services, we provide post-test counselling services at selected clinics. This means that you will be getting the best advice and support possible. As a result, DNA Clinics is a trusted brand partner with Boots. We are the only company to sell an extensive range of DNA test kits through Boots.com
You can view our credentials here. This provides confidence that your test results are accurate. Also, analysis of your samples takes place in a UK laboratory. Thus, providing further assurance that your DNA test is in safe hands.
Please feel free to call for free on 0800 988 7107 and discuss your requirements. We will ensure you choose the right test for your needs and provide you with the answers you are looking for. In addition, you can also check out our latest news articles to find answers to your questions.
A Paternity DNA Test establishes the biological father of a child. This test can take place without the biological mother. But, we do recommend the mother takes part to increase the accuracy of the Paternity Test.
A Sibling DNA Test determines the biological relationship between potential siblings. This provides a result that reveals a full or half sibling relationship. Also, we can determine if there is no biological relationship at all i.e. unrelated.