Screenings For Individuals

Contact:
Dani Younker
Wellness Coordinator
444-2128
dyounker@stpetes.org

The Comprehensive Assessment is your first step to better health. By choosing to take personal responsibility for your good health now, you will live a longer, healthier, and happier life.

How Does a Wellness screening help me?
A  Wellness screening can offer suggestions for ways to improve your lifestyle by pointing out the areas in your life that need improving and encouraging healthy habits. The information in a Wellness report is in–depth and gives you the information you need to take charge of your health. The information will include:

  • your overall wellness rating

  • your current fitness level

  • a personal heart health evaluation

  • a look at how you cope with stress

  • an evaluation of your eating habits

  • preventive exams recommended for you

  • preventive actions recommended based on your needs


What Tests are done in a Wellness screening?

  • Comprehensive Wellness Assessment with 75 questions

  • lipid profile (which is comprised of your HDL, LDL, Total Cholesterol, Glucose and Triglycerides)

  • height and weight—waist to hip measurements

  • grip strength

  • flexibility

  • hearing testing


So How much will this Cost?

The cost associated with the screening is $45.00 per person.  The screening takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. 

You can also request the following services at a minimal charge.

Colon Screening (Blood Occult Stool)
Recommended yearly for men and women over 40 (earlier if there is a family history).
Cost: $5

Prostate Screening
Recommended yearly for men over 50 (earlier if there is a family history). 
Cost: $20

Thyroid Screening
Recommended for individuals who present certain symptoms, or family history.
Cost: $20   

Skin Screenings
Cost: $15

Flu Vaccinations
Only Available October–January
Cost: $25

Why is Wellness Important?
Many people are becoming aware that good health is not an accident but largely the result of a proper lifestyle. The choices we make each day regarding exercise, eating, smoking, drugs, and our mental attitude, all have a profound effect on how long we live and our degree of health.

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