Blood draw dates set for annual Health & Wellness Fair

2/1/2019

Numerous tests will be offered Feb. 22-25

ROCK SPRINGS – How healthy are you, really? Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County can help you answer that question with its 2019 Health & Wellness Fair.

Sweetwater Memorial is offering an expanded menu of tests ahead of its March 9 Health & Wellness Fair. The hospital’s lab has set aside some special times to get your blood drawn for these tests. Results will be available at the fair.

Here are some options before the big event:

Feb. 20: For people 50 and older, blood draw for testing will be offered from 6-9 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20, at Young at Heart, 2400 Reagan Drive in Rock Springs. To make an appointment, call 307-352-6737.

Feb. 22, 23 & 25: For people 18 and older, blood draw for testing will be offered from 6-8 a.m. Friday, Feb. 22; Saturday, Feb. 23; and Monday, Feb. 25, at MHSC. To make an appointment, call 307-362-6472.

Fasting is recommended for accurate results. Here’s the complete list of tests available:

• Complete Wellness Panel - Comprehensive Chemistry Panel (CMP, Lipids, Uric), $37

• Blood type (includes Rh), $20

• CBC with Differential, $20

• CBC without Differential, $8

• Ferritin, $20

• Folic Acid, $15

• Glucose, $10

• Hemoglobin A1C, $25

• Hepatitis C, $25

• HIV, $25

• Iron Panel (Iron + TIBC), $25

• Infectious Mononucleosis, $15

• Potassium, $10

• Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), $28

• PT/INR, $15

• Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH), $28

• T4 Free, $20

• Uric Acid, $15

• Vitamin B12, $15

• Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy, $15

• Estradiol, $35

• Estrogen, $40

• Progesterone, $40

• Prolactin, $40

• Testosterone, $25

• Throat swab tests include Flu A and B (DNA amplification), $80; and Strep A (DNA amplification), $45

• Urine tests include GC/Chlamydia, $100; and pregnancy, $20

• Other panels include Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP), $25; Basic Metabolic Panel (BMP), $20; Hepatic Function Panel, $20; Lipid Panel, $25; and OB Panel with HIV, $145.

Wellness testing results that are not picked up during the March 9 Health & Wellness Fair will be mailed to patients.

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