Screening events offer employees a convenient way to access health screenings and assessments directly at their workplace, eliminating the need to schedule separate appointments with healthcare providers. These events serve as invaluable resources, providing employees with insights into their health status and potential risk factors for chronic diseases. Moreover, they enable employers to identify areas for implementing wellness initiatives aimed at enhancing overall workforce health and productivity while reducing healthcare costs in the long term.

Screenings may be separate or a part of an over Employee Physical Program

Biometric Screenings:  Fingerstick or blood draw screenings for cholesterol lipid profile, blood glucose, and blood pressure are available onsite, at national lab service centers, or through home kits.

Other Available Screenings:

  • Blood Pressure Checks: Monitoring for hypertension or high blood pressure, a risk factor for heart disease and stroke.
  • Cholesterol Testing: Evaluating HDL, LDL, and total cholesterol levels, crucial for assessing cardiovascular health.
  • Glucose/Blood Sugar Testing: Identifying diabetes or pre-diabetes through blood sugar level assessment.
  • Waist Circumference Measurement: Identifying abdominal obesity, linked to heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
  • TB Testing: Placements and readings for tuberculosis, with additional QuantiFERON labs available. Learn more >
  • Allergy Testing Non-invasive environmental allergen testing, providing immediate results.
  • Nutritional Assessments: Discussions and counseling on dietary habits and nutrition.
  • Bone Density Testing: Instant heel ultrasound to assess bone density, crucial for bone health.
  • Grip Strength Testing: Evaluating upper body strength and endurance, particularly in hands and forearms.
  • Vision and Hearing Screenings: Basic assessments to detect potential eye and ear health issues.
  • Skin Checks: Assessing moles and skin conditions for signs of skin cancer.
  • Cancer Screening Discussions: Addressing age and gender-appropriate cancer screening recommendations.