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Wellness Screenings

Blood Pressure

This simple screening can go a long way in helping determine your cardiovascular health. A healthcare provider will take your blood pressure and explain what your numbers mean.

Waist-to-Hip Ratio

Did you know that people who carry most of their weight in their midsection are at risk for heart disease? A quick measure of your waist and hips will let you know your risk.

Full Cholesterol Panel with Glucose (blood sugar)

A drop of blood will be able to give you a full cholesterol panel - HDL (high-density lipoprotein), LDL (low-density lipoprotein), and Triglycerides - and glucose reading. This easy 10-minute screening uses a finger stick to obtain a blood sample.

Glucose

This quick screening provides you with a glucose number that can help assess your risk of diabetes. A small blood sample will be obtained.

Body Mass Index (BMI)

A BMI screening will assess your weight in relation to your height. This quick test uses a hand-held device to measure your BMI score. Excess weight is a risk factor for heart attack, stroke, diabetes and cancer.

Body Fat Percentage

Your body fat percentage is an indication of your risk for cardiovascular disease. You could have a high percentage of body fat and still be within a normal weight range. This test is conducted at the same time as a BMI exam.

Pulse Oximetry

A monitor placed on your finger provides a non-invasive measurement of your oxygen saturation. This is helpful in screening for pulmonary diseases.

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