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You do not need an order or a prescription from your doctor. All our tests include everything you need to have the test performed. After ordering, simply bring the requisition form to a LabCorp or Quest Diagnostics location close to you. Present that form and they will collect the proper specimen for your tests. There is no additional payment to the lab. We receive the results and send them directly to you (usually in 1-2 days). less
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Most of our patients either don't have health insurance or don't want to use their health insurance to pay for testing. Our focus is out of pocket paying patients. Because we've been offering lab testing direct to patients since 1980 and at high volume, we have great prices from the lab. We pass that savings onto our patients. Typically, our prices will be 70% less than paying the lab directly. less
Often health insurance companies, or even your docto... more
Often health insurance companies, or even your doctor, will limit the number of blood tests ordered to diagnose a particular symptom or ailment. At Health Testing Centers you are in control. Order any test you choose. less
At Health Testing Centers we make blood testing in E... more
At Health Testing Centers we make blood testing in Evansville as discreet and convenient as possible. All test results are confidential and are not part of your medical record unless you choose to share them with your doctor. less
Health Testing Centers have been providing laborator... more
Health Testing Centers have been providing laboratory blood testing in Evansville for 30 years. To make the decision easy and stress free as possible we offer the assurance of a Money Back Guarantee on all Evansville laboratory blood tests. less
Everybody wants to live a healthier and happier life. One of the best ways to live such a life is by making healthy choices. These choices are made every day throughout the year in the form of diet, lifestyle and taking care of your health. As the year draws by, it is disconcerting to observe that many people have not taken a simple proactive step toward a healthier life, getting your annual blood work performed. Comprehensive blood testing can not only protect your health, but it can give an insightful look into the underlying health problems that need to be monitored and treated. At Health Testing Centers you do not need a physician, a prescription or even health insurance to order a comprehensive panel of blood tests. You can easily get the peace of mind that comes with an annual checkup by ordering your own individualized blood work from Health Testing Centers. Annual blood testing is the most essential step that we should all take to prevent life-threatening diseases. Having an annual blood test has benefits that go far beyond disease prevention. One such benefit is that you can monitor your sex hormone levels, allowing you to take decisive steps to improve your quality of life, perhaps correcting a depressive mental state, abdominal obesity, erectile dysfunction, or improving your memory and energy levels. In addition, you can check on your glucose and hemoglobin A1C (Hba1c) levels to detect diabetes, and know how well your body metabolizes sugar. Other types of blood tests can provide a broad range of diagnostic information assessing vascular, liver, kidney, and blood cell status. By monitoring your key blood levels you can detect biochemical changes that threaten your well-being, quality of life, weight loss, and nutrition. A comprehensive panel of annual blood tests should include testing for sexually transmitted diseases including HIV, herpes I/II, chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and hepatitis. If you are sexually active, it is smart for you and your partner to be checked to prevent the risk of being infected. Many diseases are treatable and even preventable if caught early. Annual blood testing can be a powerful tool in identifying hidden risk factors and enabling you to implement effective strategies such as exercise, proper nutrition, supplements and medications to prevent problems from developing.
Getting a blood test for cholesterol is important because its required to maintain the normal functioning of the cells. Cholesterol is actually present in each cell of the body. In the blood stream, there will be cholesterol found as well. Getting a blood test for cholesterol will determine if you cholesterol is too high or too low. There are two different types of cholesterol; LDL and HDL. With the blood test, you will be able to determine where your levels are at and if you need to do anything to fix those levels
Getting blood tests for your thyroid helps to determine if your thyroid gland is in good shape and working well. The thyroid gland is important because it makes hormones which regulate and control the way your body utilizes its energy. Thyroid hormones are essential for the brain's normal development, especially during the initial years of a baby's life. Similarly older children need thyroid hormones to grow properly and adults need them for their metabolism to work well. Thyroid tests help you determine if there is an over stimulation of the hormones causing low energy levels and bad health. In children, it helps regulate intellectual disability problems.
The prostate cancer screening test is used for measuring the amount of prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, in the blood of male patients. Early testing is useful in detecting prostate cancer and treating it early. Although there are several options, the early detection of prostate cancer can allow the patient some time to review all of the available information on the condition. False-positive results from blood tests should be eliminated. False-negative results can prove dangerous for patients if the cancer is allowed to proliferate undetected. The opportunity to make informed decisions is possible only when enough accurate information is available, and blood tests serve this purpose.
You should get a blood test for complete blood count annually. This test counts white blood cells (leukocytes), red blood cells (erythrocytes), and platelets. Having your doctor run tests for an irregular blood count can help find diseases that may not have been noticeable through other screenings. Getting a blood test for your complete blood count is essential for cancer detection. This test also screens for decreased productions of bone marrow, which would go unnoticed otherwise.
Now a day's diabetes is very common disease and it can be found in every second person in the world. According to American Diabetes Association (ADA) guidelines every person whose BMI (body mass index) value is 25 or whose age is older than 45 must be screened their blood sugar. When sugar level increases in the blood it indicates that person is either diabetic or it may be possible that person could become diabetic in future. This is very important to check the blood sugar level in the body periodically so that one can prevent the futuristic possibility of having diabetes. The main reason behind to take the diabetes test regularly is that if you find any possibility of being diabetic then before suffering from diabetes you can control it. Once person becomes diabetic then Diatec constraints are applied by the physicians while treatment. So it is better to cure rather than become diabetic.
A blood pregnancy test can help you figure out whether you are pregnant or not and if you are then what stage of the pregnancy you are in. This is a very important test post ovulation if you think you might have conceived. A blood pregnancy test will also be able to tell you other factors that are related to pregnancy so you can have a better understanding of what stage you are in if you get it. There are tests which can be done at home and you can obviously go to a doctor and get the test done. Both yield more or less accurate results.
Vitamin B12 is an important vitamin for the human body, as it affects one's brain health, blood cell production and proper nerve functioning. A lack of enough B12 vitamin in your body can lead to reduced levels of brain functioning. As this test can be performed very easily, it should be gotten on a frequent basis. You should get a Vitamin B12 test done by a doctor or you can do it at home yourself, as there are kits available for it which you can then send the sample to laboratory for results.
Follicle Stimulating Hormone or FSH test is hormonal test which measures the amount of FSH in blood sample. FSH level test to find the underlying cause of symptoms affecting the reproductive system Follicle Stimulating Hormone or FSH test is very useful for male and female both. FSH helps to control the production of sperm in male while it helps to control mensuration cycle and fertility in female. Doctors ask this test to diagnose the causes of infertility, irregular mensuration cycle; low sperm count in males, early puberty or delayed in children. There is no special preparation required to give the sample for this test.
An erythrocyte sedimentation rate test is also known as an ESR or SED rate test, and it measures the speed at which red blood cells fall to the bottom of an upright glass test tube. This test is useful in detecting inflammation in the body that may be caused by infection, some cancers, and certain autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and Kawasaki disease.
With the increase in pollution and the presence of heavy metals in the air, food, water and other products, the risk of ingesting a toxic level of these is high. Heavy metals pose a serious threat to the health and may damage lungs, kidneys, bones, nervous system and the liver. The symptoms can be very general and not alarming, ranging from headache and joint pain to constipation and nausea. More serious symptoms include memory loss, anemia and organ damage. Moreover, in some cases the symptoms only start showing when it is too late and the person has already acquired a deadly disease like Parkinson's disease, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis and even cancer. In order to ensure your health safety, you must get your blood tested for the presence of heavy metals and toxins.
Oriented in Indiana, the settlement, Evansville contains a total of 117,942 residents. Indiana has 6,488,958 residents. An estimated 1.8% live in the city of Evansville. Out of the total residents who live in the city, there were a total of 10 deaths from liver disease. In addition, 26 people in the city died from kidney disease during the year. When all cancer deaths are combined, there were a total of 222 deaths from this cause. An additional 52 deaths were attributed to a stroke. 26 of the cancer deaths were caused by prostate cancer. This works out to 11.8% of all cancer deaths were due to prostate cancer. Coronary heart disease accounted for 137 deaths. Out of all the deaths in the city, 27 deaths were due to diabetes. Coronary heart disease accounted for 0.12% of deaths in the city, while 0.19% of the inhabitants die from cancer in a given year.
|Community Health Data||Evansville IN|
|Percentage of State Population||1.81%|
|Number of Dealths by Disease|
|Coronary Heart Disease||136.9|
Sources include the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Center for Health Statistics, Division of Vital Statistics, National Vital Statistics Report Volume 61. Estimates are based on 2010 US Census data extrapolated to the population.