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Health screenings at Community

Heart and vascular health

Cost: Free

Knowing your heart health numbers will help you and your doctor determine your risk for heart disease. A Know Your Numbers screening includes:

  • Total lipid profile (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglyceride and TC/HDL ratio)
  • Glucose
  • Blood pressure
  • Height and weight

Screening dates and times >>

Cost: $49

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Also known as coronary calcium score, a heart scan provides pictures of your heart's arteries (coronary arteries). Doctors use heart scans to look for calcium deposits in the coronary arteries that can narrow your arteries and increase your heart attack risk. The result of this test is often called a coronary calcium score. People who are most likely to benefit from having a heart scan are adults over 40 years of age, who smoke, have high blood pressure, are diabetic, are obese, have high or borderline cholesterol, and/or have a family history of heart disease. Learn more >>

Cost: $99

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New! Now you can schedule just two hours in advance - so why wait? Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. USPSTF guidelines recommend annual lung screenings for individuals ages 55 to 80 with a history of smoking. Other risk factors include family history of lung cancer and exposure to second-hand smoke and asbestos. This low-dose CT lung screening will show the lung tissue in high diagnostic detail to help you understand your risk for lung cancer. Details >>

ABI only: $25.00
ABI, Carotid: $79.00
ABI, Carotid, AAA: $99.00

To schedule a vascular screening, please call 317-355-7215.

Vascular screenings include ABI screening to detect PAD, carotid screening to check for plaque in the arteries, and abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening to check the aorta.

Good screening candidates are adults over age 45 with other risk factors for vascular disease, including diabetes, smoking, hypertension, abnormal cholesterol profiles, and/or family history. Learn more >>

Women

Community Breast Care’s breast screening centers offer comprehensive breast diagnostic services, including screening and diagnostic digital mammography, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, fine needle and ultrasound-guided cyst aspiration, ultrasound-guided core biopsy, stereotactic core biopsy and ductography. All tests are conducted by nationally certified breast technologists and interpreted by board-certified radiologists. Schedule a breast screening >>

Student athletes and sports

high school football players need sports screeningsCost: $25

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The electrocardiogram screening measures the electrical activity of the heartbeat and uses sound waves to produce images of the heart. This commonly used test allows your doctor to see how your heart is beating and pumping blood. Your doctor can use the images from an echocardiogram to identify various abnormalities in the heart muscle and valves. Eligible students must be at least 11 years of age. Students under 18 must have a parent or legal guardian present to sign the consent for testing. Learn more >>

Community Health Network participates in a concussion management program utilizing the ImPACT concussion evaluation system. The testing allows a baseline and post-concussion assessment to better manage concussion for athletes of all ages. Find a doctor certified in ImPACT testing >>

Visit MedCheck and get your child’s school or sports physical with the convenience you deserve. Sports and school physicals >>

Seniors

Cost: $99

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New! Now you can schedule just two hours in advance - so why wait? Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. USPSTF guidelines recommend annual lung screenings for individuals ages 55 to 80 with a history of smoking. Other risk factors include family history of lung cancer and exposure to second-hand smoke and asbestos. This low-dose CT lung screening will show the lung tissue in high diagnostic detail to help you understand your risk for lung cancer. Details >>

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