Lifeline Screening Preparedness

Lifeline Screening is a private entity that provides medical screenings that are convenient and moderately priced. Lifeline Screening can be found at public venues, special events, and at various worksites.

In our society, many people don’t visit their doctor as much as they should. They either don’t bother, don’t have the time or they cannot afford it. They seem to think that if they don’t feel bad or don’t have any symptoms everything is going to be OK.

That strategy doesn’t always work out so well because most of the medical conditions that become serious don’t have many if any, symptoms in the earlier stages. People can feel great and yet be harboring a heart problem without being aware of it.

Lifeline Screening uses tests and screens such as ultrasound, EKGs, blood tests, bone density scans, and other screenings to help people with as much preventive care as possible. Many people discover ailments and conditions that they were not aware of by taking screenings from Lifeline Screening.

It is easy to utilize the services of Lifeline. All a person needs to do is call and make an appointment. Once you arrive at your time, you are given some paperwork to complete. You will need input your name, address, zip code, and a short health history.

Men should wear comfortable trousers and a sports shirt. Women should wear slacks and a comfortable blouse or top. Patients will be asked to lift their top somewhat in order to accommodate tests such as EKG and ultrasound. At no time, however, will patients ask to disrobe.

If patients are going to have a blood test they will be asked to fast for a 6 or 12-hour period. Any other preparations needed will be relayed to patients when they are talking on the phone.

Lifeline Screening offers the same tests that are found in hospitals and medical testing facilities. All of the personnel have the same credentials and education as any medical institution. The screenings usually don’t take more than an hour or so in order that patients don’t have to spend the entire day at their screening. Once completed, the results are made available to the patient’s doctor.

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