Lab services for preventive reasons are offered monthly at our clinic and do not require a doctor's order. These tests will help identify potential health issues and we encourage you to share your result with your doctor.
- General Panel which includes Complete Blood Count (CBC) Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (CMP) and Thyroid (TSH)- $40.00
- Hemoglobin A1C. - $35.00
- Lipid Profile - $30.00
- Prostate (PSA) - $25.00
Fasting is required for 12 hours prior to testing. (Nothing to eat or drink except water and medications.)
Preventive Lab services are offered at our clinic the last Tuesday of the month from 7:00 to 9:00 am. Appointments are necessary, please call 345-4223 to schedule a time.
We are happy to bill your insurance company (ask to see if yours qualifies) or we take cash payment.
General Panel includes: CBC (Complete Blood Count) - CMP (Comprehensive Metabolic Profile) -TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone)
Some of the results you find with this test is:
- WBC - Used for evaluation of an infection and body susceptibility for infection
- RBC - Used to determine anemia and polycythemia (increased blood cell concentration)
- HgB - The measure of the ability to transport oxygen to the lungs.
- Hct - The percentage of red blood cells in the total blood volume.
- Platelets - Particles used to form a clot.
Sodium - An electrolyte in body fluid helps to detect dehydration, edema and other symptoms.
- Potassium - Is an important element that reflects the fluid balance of the body. It is routinely ordered by physicians to evaluate a wide variety of conditions.
- Chloride - Indicates the water balance of the body.
- Glucose - The main source of energy for the body. Glucose rises after a meal and may stay abnormally elevated in some illnesses such as diabetes mellitus.
- BUN - Primarily used to diagnosis kidney disease, proper hydration.
- Creatinine - Evaluates kidney function.
- ALT - Is an enzyme found in the liver. It may raise with liver diseases, viral infections, and reactions to drug and alcohol.
- AST - An enzyme found in the liver, heart and skeletal muscle. If may rise in liver, heart, and muscle disorders.
- TSH - It is used to evaluate the thyroid function.
- Cholesterol is one of the major fats in the body.
- HDL Cholesterol-(Good Cholesterol) Elevated HDL cholesterol may be associated with decreased risk of heart disease.
- LDL Cholesterol (Bad Cholesterol)Elevations in LDL may be associated with an increased risk of heart disease.
PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen)
- A test for males that can be elevated in certain prostate abnormalities such as enlarged prostate, cancer, etc.
- Test helps to monitor the effectiveness of diabetes therapy.