This broad screening tool includes 14 tests that evaluate your liver, kidneys, and more to provide a picture of your overall health. The panel looks at your organ function, electrolytes, blood sugar, and blood proteins.
The CMP includes tests for:
This Thyroid Function Risk test measures the blood level of Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) to evaluate thyroid function, which plays an important role in regulating weight, energy, body temperature, mood, and overall health.
If TSH levels are too high or too low, this may indicate that your thyroid is overactive (hyperthyroidism) or underactive (hypothyroidism). In either case, Free Thyroxine (T4) blood levels will be evaluated at no additional cost to help accurately diagnose a thyroid disorder (including hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism).
An undiagnosed thyroid disorder may put patients at risk for cardiovascular diseases, osteoporosis, infertility, and other serious conditions but most thyroid conditions can be managed with medication.
This test does not require fasting.
This common blood test screens for a variety of health conditions. By evaluating the 3 types of cells in your blood—red, white, and platelets—it can help detect possible infections, inflammation, and more.
Red blood cells carry oxygen throughout your body. Abnormal levels can help identify conditions such as anemia, malnutrition, leukemia, and others.
White blood cells are an important part of your immune system, and abnormal levels may mean your body is fighting an infection.
Platelets help your blood clot normally.
These tests can help evaluate the health of your heart and arteries. The panel measures LDL (bad) cholesterol, HDL (good) cholesterol, and triglycerides (the fat in blood). The results can help determine overall health.
Fasting is strongly recommended, but not required for this test for 8-12 hours before your appointment. Fasting before a blood draw means you don’t eat or drink anything except water.
These tests help monitor blood sugar levels, so you can manage your diabetes or identified if you are a high risk for. The results can help you track your progress and evaluate how well your diabetes treatment plan is working.
Fasting is required for this test for 8-12 hours before your appointment. Fasting before a blood draw means you don’t eat or drink anything except water.