Covid-19 Test to Release Scheme

Test to Release

We now provide for the new ‘Test to Release’ scheme. This is operated at the onsite testing facility at Newcastle Airport.

The Test to Release scheme allows passengers arriving into the UK from a destination that does not have a Travel Corridor to take a test after 5 days, and if negative, be released from the 10 day quarantine restriction.

Test to Release appointments can be booked prior to travel on our website.

The tests are facilitated at our on-site testing facility and cost £109.


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How does it work?

Step 1: Book your appointment on our website prior to departing for your destination or on arrival back into the UK.

Your appointment must be 5 full days after you arrive into the UK.

Step 2: Arrive at the airport and head to the testing facility at the Premium Meet & Greet car park located at the front of the terminal – Free Parking!

Step 3: A trained clinician will administer your PCR COVID-19 test and the results will be emailed to you within 48 hours.


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Let’s Talk about Covid-19 Vaccines

Covid-19 Vaccinations

At NPH we’re committed to helping businesses weather the Covid-19 storm. From the outset of the pandemic, our team have been working tirelessly on solutions for business. We, for example, stayed open assessing employees virtually from our homes early on and have been pioneering strategies relating to work and leisure in the Covid-19 era. These include providing testing in the workplace.

Antibody Testing
Antigen Testing

You can view our bespoke service by clicking on the ‘Find out more’ link below and see how your business can stay open in a Covid safe way:

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The news about potential vaccines has provided us all with much needed hope. It’s also clear that there are several other promising vaccines in the pipeline too. There is speculation about a vaccination programme starting in December 2020. However, it’s still too early to be certain about dates. Early signs seem positive, but the UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation need to be convinced of any single product’s safety prior to a mass programme. For now, we’re urging our client base to continue with Covid-19 safe measures, and we would be keen to speak to you about workplace testing as we believe this will continue to keep your teams safer and businesses productive this winter.

The UK Government has procured huge numbers of these vaccines for the most vulnerable in society and for individuals working on the front line in health and social care. Clearly, it is most important that these groups are prioritised, and we would not expect nor want to be amongst the first to be able to offer the vaccine to our business clients. However, once supply chains are secured and the most vulnerable in the UK are assured vaccine, we hope to be able to offer vaccinations to our business clients. On balance, this seems most likely to be at some point in the spring rather than this coming winter.

The rate of significant complications post-Covid-19 infection is much higher in populations to be targeted by the NHS vaccination programme. However, unpleasant and sometimes on-going complications can be seen in those not deemed to be at increased risk. As a result, we’re keen to discuss with you a strategy of vaccination for your business which might include all members of staff.

We’ll keep you posted on developments here. If you’re interested in hearing from us about our rapid test solutions and our ability to support you with testing and the management and monitoring of people in your workplace or venue then get in touch.

We will keep your details on file with your permission, and keep you updated on news about any future vaccination solutions for your workforce as things develop. We may simply be helping the public sector effort to administer vaccines, and whatever happens we are here to help.

Fill in your details below if you wish to find out more and be signed up to our waiting list:

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Session 12: What happens next? (Covid-19)

Here at Newcastle Premier Health we are proud to announce our twelfth live, and FREE to join, remote session – giving clients the opportunity to discuss a range of health and wellbeing subjects live, with a selection of our trusted professionals.

We hope that the live and remote sessions will give our clients, their friends and family members, a platform to discuss their health and wellbeing goals in what is uncertain times. Subjects have been carefully thought out and are designed to help whilst we all adjust to new and unfamiliar situations – both physically and mentally.


What happens next? (Covid-19)

Where are we in relation to the coronavirus? Join an open discussion with professionals from NPH on the next steps we can take that will positively influence everyone.

Who: Clients of Newcastle Premier Health

What: Live and remote session on where we are in relation to the coronavirus.

When: Thursday the 18th June 2020 at 15:00 (lasting up to 60-minutes)

How: Remotely connect via Zoom*

*Zoom is a free and easy to use, reliable cloud platform for video and/or audio chat which can be accessed on mobile, tablet and laptops – click here for easy to follow instructions.

Please Note: The session will be recorded and shared with a select few clients who cannot attend. Unless stated in writing, Newcastle Premier Health will progress on the understanding that you are accepting of this and consent to the session being recorded.