Annual Check-Up Panel
WHY SHOULD I GET TESTED?
The Annual Check-Up Panel can add years to your life by preventing a broad range of lifethreatening diseases such as cancer, anemia, blood clotting disorders, infections, kidney disease, liver disease, thyroid disorders, and diabetes.
GET ANSWERS NOW!
Secure Health Partners is your local source for reliable and quick test procedures.
- Safe & Easy Testing
- Professionally Trained Onsite Staff
HOW IT WORKS
Just three simple steps to get your results:
1. WALK-IN OR SCHEDULE YOUR TEST
Simply walk in during normal business hours, or call ahead to schedule with us 303-963-5554
2. VISIT OUR OFFICE
Our professional team will perform your quick and easy test procedure
3. GET YOUR RESULTS
Quick turnaround time with test results delivered via Email, mailed to your home, or picked up at our office.
Call (303) 963-5554 today with any questions!
- When should I get tested?
As part of a yearly health check-up or if your are interested in evaluating your overall health by establishing a "baseline" of results including blood counts, kidney function, liver function, thyroid function, and cholesterol levels. By understanding these values, you can manage your own health to see if they change over time.
- What is being tested?
The Annual Check-Up Panel is a comprehensive bundle of the following 5 tests:
- Complete Blood Count (CBC) - evaluates the quality of your blood cells
- Complete Metabolic Panel (CMP) - tests your metabolism
- Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) - monitors your blood sugar levels
- Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) - measures thyroid health
- Lipid Panel - monitors different types of cholesterol
- Do I need to fast?
Yes, do not eat and only drink water for 10 to 12 hours before the blood sample is collected
- How do I get the results?
The results usually take 3 to 5 business days and can be delivered in 3 convenient ways: directly to your device through email, sent to your home through mail, or picked up in the office.
Other tests I may be interested in?
Take a deeper look into your gender specific health with the Men's/Women's General Health panel.