We all know that wellness screenings are important. But what if we made it a little easier for you? Now you can walk-in to receive preventive wellness screenings with ease. Simple stop by our hospital front lobby Monday thru Friday (7 am – 11 am) and a Lab Technician will be available to provide the right tests for you.
Sioux Center Health offers inexpensive tests. The costs are kept low because you pay up-front and no insurance will be filed. Prior to your lab test, stop by admissions at the hospital for the proper consent form and to pay. The consent form states the results will be mailed to you upon completion and your physician will not receive any results. It would be your responsibility to report abnormal test results to your physician in order to obtain proper advice and treatment.
For questions call our lab department at 712-722-8130.
Wellness Screenings Options:
Glucose – $7
Lipid – $20
Measures good and bad cholesterol and risk of heart disease
- HDL ( Good Cholesterol)
- LDL (Bad Cholesterol)
Hemoglobin A1C – $15
Determines average blood glucose over past 3 months
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone – $25
Evaluates thyroid gland functions and helps diagnose thyroid disorders
Free T4 – $10
- Thyroid Function
Complete Blood Count – $10
Helps to determine general health status
- Red Blood Cells
- White Blood Count – infection
Comprehensive Lab Profile – $15
Profile of kidneys and liver, as well as blood sugar and proteins
- Glucose (Diabetes)
- BUN (Kidney)
- Creatinine (Kidney)
- Sodium (Electrolyte)
- Potassium (Electrolyte)
- Chloride (Electrolyte)
- Albumin (Liver)
- Carbon Dioxide (Electrolyte)
- Alkaline Phosphatase (Liver)
- Total Bilirubin (Liver)
- Total Protein
- AST (Liver)
- ALT ( Liver)
- Profile requires a 12-hour fasting period prior. Drinking water is fine.
- After blood is drawn take your medications.
- Wear short sleeves.
- Do not come if you are pregnant or for 6 months afterwards.
- No alcohol for 14 hours prior to test.
- All wellness screenings can be combined by your request.
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