Ask a Medical Question and get a referral
This station provides you with the opportunity to speak one-on-one with a health professional and ask questions about any health issue concerning you or your family. During this session the health professional may review your overall health fair results, make recommendations for further evaluation, setting realistic goals with the individual, and provide referrals and resources for more information and/or education.
Blood Pressure Screening
This screening gives you your blood pressure reading. Blood pressure is the force in the arteries when the heart beats (systolic pressure) and when the heart is at rest (diastolic pressure). Blood pressure can fluctuate with exercise, injury, illness, and emotional reactions. Health care professionals check the participant's blood pressure. If the participant's blood pressure falls outside normal ranges, further evaluation by a healthcare provider is encouraged. Your blood pressure should not exceed 119/79. Pulse Screening is primarily measured on the participant's wrist. The pulse corresponds to each beat of the heart. The normal number of pulse beats per minute in the average adult varies from 60 to 80, with fluctuations occurring with exercise, injury, illness and emotional reactions.
Blood Work $
365 Health offers a menu of preventive health screenings which will be available at this fair. The following 10 screenings have fees associated with them and require a phlebotomist to draw blood. Please visit https://365health.org/labscreenings/ for detailed information on each screening.
Blood Chemistry ($45),
Hemoglobin A1C ($35),
Vitamin D ($65),
Complete Blood Count (35),
Prostate Specific Antigen ($50),
Vitamin B12 ($30),
Blood Type ($40),
Covid-19 Antibody ($70)
Colon Cancer Screening Kit $45.00
This take-home/mail-in kit checks for human blood in the stool. Also, learn about preventing colorectal cancer, one of the most preventable cancers, and current recommendations for further screening, including who/when should get a colonoscopy.
Available in case medical assistance is needed.
Height/Weight/Body Mass Index (BMI) Screening
This screening provides you with your Body Mass Index (BMI), using your height, weight and waist measurement to identify your risk for heart disease, stroke and diabetes. BMI is considered reliable for assessing obesity. It does not take into account a person's fat-to-muscle ratio (muscle takes up space but weighs more than fat). Therefore, it is not a reliable measure for athletes or highly physically active participants.
Mental Health Screening
This screening evaluates your mental wellness by asking you questions about how you cope with life’s stressors. Mental health professionals are available to speak with you, as well.
Pulse Oximetry Screening
This is a simple, non-invasive screening that measures the percent of oxygen in the blood. This number is obtained by placing an instrument on the finger which checks the percent of hemoglobin that is saturated with oxygen. This instrument can detect low blood oxygen before symptoms occur which can lead to lung and heart problems.
This screening provides a check for skin cancer and other skin problems. The screener may look at your scalp, face, neck, arms, hands, upper chest, back and legs.