Lipid Panel – measures lipids/fats (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, HDL ratio, triglycerides) in the blood. These factors are essential, but high levels increase the risk of heart and vascular disease.
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) – measures enzymes, minerals, electrolytes, proteins, glucose and blood byproducts which reveal organ function and overall health/nutrition.
Complete Blood Count (CBC) – measures the health of red blood cells that carry oxygen. The main function of white blood cells is to fight infection.
Fasting Glucose – this is included in the Comprehensive Metabolic Panel or can be added as a separate test when needed.
A1C – measures the average glucose level over 12 weeks; an important screening tool for individuals at risk for diabetes.
PSA – screening test for prostate cancer in men over age 50.
Lipid Panel plus Glucose – measures lipids/fats and fasting glucose. Specifics listed above.
Lipid and Glucose panels are available via finger stick testing which provides immediate results; however, we recommend venipuncture testing for improved accuracy.
- Resting blood pressure and heart rate
- Bone density
- Waist Circumference
- Body Composition Analysis – fat vs lean tissue percentages
Other tests may be available upon request and are priced based on number of participants.
Manager of Population Health