St. Peter’s Wellness team offers a variety of laboratory tests to assist you in better understanding your health. The screenings listed below are great indicators that will allow you to evaluate your current health as well as rule out some key health risk factors.
Use the links to the right under "Lab Testing" to find out more information about each lab test.
Colon Cancer is the second leading cancer killer in America, but the great news is that colon testing can save your life and even prevent colon cancer.
Screening for high blood cholesterol is an important first step in identifying individuals who are at risk for chronic diseases.
Prostate Cancer Screening
The National Prostate Cancer Coalition reports prostate cancer diagnosis every 2 minutes and 45 seconds. It is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in America among men.
According to the guidelines issued by the American Thyroid Association (ATA), everyone should be screened for thyroid problems beginning at age 35, at a minimum of five year intervals.
A1-C tests for diabetes and provides a average of your blood sugar control over a 6 to 12 week period.
The complete blood count gives important information about the kinds and numbers of cells in the blood.
This panel can determine electrolyte and fluid balance, kidney function and liver function.
Vitamin D deficienty can result in chronic pain, bone fractures, frequent infections, depression and chronic fatigue. Vitamin D is derived from sun exposure and diet.