Platinum VIP Check-up
Preventive Medicine has been growing in the last decade as people are demanding more from their health care providers. At Antonian Health, we can guarantee the best guidance for health preservation and life enhancement. We offer annual medical checkups as well as screening exams depending on your age and lifestyle.
Antonian Health also provides corporate health care management. This program consists of annual medical checkups for the company’s employees to make sure every individual is performing at its best. Many studies have shown that having a healthy work environment boosts the company’s productivity and development.
Check Up Includes:
- Internal medicine doctor consult and follow up visit
- Health/disease risk appraisal
- Complete blood count
The CBC is used as a broad screening to check for certain blood disorders such as anemia and infections. By examining all the blood components it provides a more specific health screening.
- C reactive protein
The CRP is sometimes used to screen people for coronary heart disease and cardiovascular disease.
- Iron/TIBC level
This exam is used to obtain the level of stored iron in the body.
- Ferritin assay
This exam measures the amount of ferritin in the blood.
- Comprehensive metabolic panel
This comprehensive blood test examines for the presence of several diseases including diabetes, hepatitis, high cholesterol and more.
- Uric acid level
Measures the amount of uric acid in the blood which helps diagnose several diseases including gout.
- Phosphorus level
Measures the amount of phosphorus in the blood to diagnose certain kidney, liver and bone diseases.
- Lipid panel
The lipid panel’s most important function is to determine risk of coronary heart disease.
- Myeloperoxidase, F2-Isoprostane, hsCRP
Tests to check for inflammation and damage in the lining of the blood vessel. These are early markers for plaque formation.
- LpPLA2, Microalbumin
Tests to check for damage occurring to the small cells lining the blood vessel wall called endothelial lining. Endothelial damage indicates one of the earliest steps of blood vessel disease and increases the risk of stroke and heart attack.
- Oxidized LDL, Apo A1 and Apo B, and Lipoprotein (a)
Tests used to measure various elements of cholesterol that indicate the risk for heart attack, stroke, and cardiovascular disease. Such measures are also used to determine if treatment is necessary and response to such treatment.
- Vitamin B12, Methylmalonic Acid
Tests used to assess if there is a low vitamin B12 level or deficiency. Such condition has implications for cardiovascular health, memory and cognitive function, neurologic function, and mental health.
- Hemoglobin A1c
The hemoglobin A1c is used to measure the blood glucose level within a three month period.
- Insulin level
The insulin level is used to determine if there is a risk of developing diabetes.
- Vitamin D
The vitamin D exam is used to obtain the exact stored level due to the importance it has in preventing heart and bone disease.
- Visual acuity examination
The purpose of this exam is to evaluate for eye disease.
This exam measures your hearing function and determines the presence of disease.
- Thyroid function tests
This exam is used to measure thyroid function.
Measures the electrical activity of the heart.
- Carotid ultrasound screening
The carotid ultrasound provides a measurement of the thickness of the artery which serves as a diagnostic tool for carotid artery disease.
- CT calcium score
This exam is used a screening tool for coronary heart disease.
- Cleveland Panel
- Cardiovascular stress test
This exam detects ischemic heart disease, which is usually caused by narrowed arteries due to plaque buildup and ultimately leads to a heart attack. It is extremely accurate and determines the risk for coronary artery disease.
- Pulmonary function test
This exam provides a detailed examination of your pulmonary function and determines if there is any disease present.
- Sleep study
The sleep study’s main function is to detect the presence of sleep apnea or any type of sleep disorder.
- Abdominal ultrasound
The abdominal ultrasound is used to detect diseases of the gastrointestinal system.
- Liver function tests
This exam is used to detect liver disease or damage.
- Hepatitis panel
This exam tests for recent and past exposure to all hepatitis viruses.
- Renal function tests
This exam measures your kidney function and evaluates for kidney disease.
This exam evaluates for a urinary tract infection.
- Fecal occult blood test
This exam is used as a screening tool for colon disease.
- Body composition/DEXA scan
The DEXA exam is used to measure bone density and for early screening of osteoporosis. The body composition scan is used to measure the percentage of muscle and fat in the body.
- Nutritional analysis
- Stress/personality profile
- Pap smear (women)
The pap smear is indicated annually to screen for cervical disease.
- Mammography (women)
The mammography is used as a screening tool for the early detection of breast cancer in women older than 40 years.
- Prostate exam (men)
- Prostate specific antigen (men)
The PSA is used as a screening marker for the early detection of prostate cancer.
- Testosterone (men)
The testosterone exam is used as a screening tool to diagnose for certain male disorders.
- Comprehensive report of findings and recommendations with translation
|Men||$ 4,520.00 USD|
|Women||$ 4,572.00 USD|
|Add Concierge Membership||$ 500.00 USD|