We are thrilled to announce this significant milestone for the Regenerus community. With the launch of our Ireland Hub, we will now be able to provide our high-quality customer care, clinical support and tests to Europe.
Our streamlined local support, cost-efficient shipping, and rapid results will elevate your testing experience!
With a reduction in shipping costs, testing will now be more accessible to patients so you can offer a robust service.
You can now offer a faster and more streamline service to your clients with shorter delivery times to both clients and labs.
Like always, we will support you in providing the best possible care to your clients, via our customer service and clinical support teams.
Currently, only a limited number of tests will be available through our Ireland Hub. However, this number will be growing shortly, so you can offer a full suite of testing to your clients. See the list below for what tests are available to order in Ireland and the EU.
How do I order your tests?
Tests can be ordered via our website by logging in to your practitioner portal, under the 'order tests' tab and ensure the checkbox next to 'shipping to' has EU and Ireland selected.
What is the shipping process, and how long does it typically take to receive my test kit?
Kits are shipped within Ireland using An Post. Kits shipped to the EU are dispatched via DHL and typically arrive within 2-3 working days.
What if I'm interested in a test from your full range that isn't available in this range?
We are still working to add more tests to the current list we offer in Ireland and EU as demand and current logistics allow. Please keep an eye out for announcements when new tests are added.
Do you provide a list of phlebotomists for blood draw in Ireland and EU?
We’re working to build a phlebotomy network within Ireland. Please contact email@example.com to find out more.
Why are the test prices in GBP and not EURO?
Our website doesn’t currently support multi-currency but this is something we are working to resolve.
I'm a Practitioner in the UK but ordering for a client in the EU
This is still ok as orders work based on the destination country rather than the order in which the country is placed, so long as you've orded a test that is in or Ireland and EU range.