Comprehensive Women’s panel

The Complete Women’s Health Panel provides a snap shot of overall health of key vital organs of the body including, kidney, liver, and heart disease risk. 


  • $150.00


  • Fast for 12 hours (no food or drink, except water).


  • HSA/FSA: accepted
  • Sample type: blood
  • Age: 18+ years of age to purchase.
  • Results in 2-3 days following collection. 

1.Complete blood count (CBC): Screens for cancer of the blood, low hemoglobin, low platelet, and conversely disorders leading to high hemoglobin and high platelet counts.

2. Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP): Screens for abnormal electrolytes such as low potassium, liver failure, kidney failure, and other systemic illnesses.

3. Hgb A1C: Use to screen for Diabetes and Pre-diabetes. It gives an average of what your blood sugar has been over the previous three months.

4. Cholesterol and lipid panel: Screens for cardiovascular disease and the levels of good and bad cholesterol in your blood. This test measures Low-density lipoproteins (LDL), High-density lipoprotein (HDL), Triglycerides, and Total Cholesterol. High levels of LDL, so called “bad cholesterol” is associated with plaque build up and atherosclerosis predisposing to future heart attacks and stroke.

5. Thyroid screen (TSH): Screens for diseases affecting the thyroid hormone. Thyroid hormone manages level of metabolism in your body. Low thyroid leads to low metabolism causing, fatigue, constipation, hair loss, depression, mental slowing. High thyroid levels leads to a state of high metabolism causing high blood pressure, palpitations, increased heart rate, nervousness, tremor, irritability, weight loss, among a constellation of symptoms.

6. Iron panel: Checks your Iron level, TIBC and Ferritin together which can be used to determine if you are low on Iron.  Iron deficiency anemia is common in women of childbearing age, leading to feelings of fatigue, low energy, and becoming short of breath with activity. 

7.Urinalysis-Detects a number of substance that if found in the urine may indicate a serious medical condition such as diabetes and kidney disease.

1. Any Women without recent blood work.

Step 1:
Choose your Step

Shedule an appointment and pay online

Step 2:
Provide Sample

Bring confirmation number a long with Photo ID to our location

Step 3:
Access Your results online

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