V.I.P. Physical      Comprehensive Health Assessment
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An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

Attention to your health is vital to your physical and financial will being.  Early detection and treatment often can make the difference between life and death and can prevent thousands of dollars in expense.  By choosing a comprehensive physical examination like the V.I.P. exam you will be taking advantage of the best medical expertise, medical innovation and preventive strategy available.



V.I.P. Examination

The Comprehensive V.I.P. physical examination consists of...

  • Medical History.  A medical history consists of a history of present illness, past medical history, chief complaints, review of systems and  social, occupational and family history

  • Physical examination with a board certified physician.  The physical examination consists of an  inspection of the body using palpation, visual assessment, percussion, auscultation, olfaction and adjunctive techniques. 

  • Laboratory tests:  

    • Complete Blood Count (CBC).  A common test done to find out if a person is anemic, has an infection, has a bleeding disorder or has a hematological disorder.

    • Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (Albumin, Bilirubin, Calcium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Creatinine, Glucose, Alkaline Phosphatase, Potassium, Total Protein, Sodium, ALT, AST, BUN).  Tests used to check for a broad range of conditions. The results are compared to normal values.  If any tests do not compare then other test may be ordered to determine the cause of the abnormality.

    • Thyroid Panel (Free T4, TSH).  The primary tests for thyroid function.

    • Lipid Panel (Cholestrol, HDL, Triglycerides).  Tests used to evaluate the risk of coronary occlusion, arteriosclerosis and myocardial infarction.

    • Urinanalysis. A group of tests on urine which can identify kidney diseases that may have gone unnoticed.  Examples are Diabetes, glomerulonephritis, urinary tract infections and cancer.

    • Stool test for blood (fecal occult blood).  A test used to check for blood in the stool (feces).  Blood in the feces can be indicative of colorectal cancer or bleeding along the digestive tract from other causes.

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG).  An ECG is a record of the electrical impulses that trigger the heartbeat.  It is used to diagnosis disorders of the heart. 

  • Chest X-ray.  Used to identify structural and functional abnormalities of the lung including cancer, emphysema, and infections.

  • Ultrasound screening.  A procedure that uses high frequency sound to image malignancies and structural or functional abnormalities. Includes the following:

    • Ultrasound of gall bladder

    • Ultrasound of pancreas

    • Ultrasound of liver

    • Ultrasound of bile duct

    • Ultrasound of kidneys

    • Ultrasound of spleen

  • For Men
     Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA).
    The PSA blood test measures prostrate specific antigen in the blood.  PSA may be elevated when cancer is present in the prostate and is recommended for men annually after the age of 40.

  • Optional Tests (extra charge)
    Mammogram. A low dose x-ray procedure for cancer of the breastRecommended for women annually or biannually based on personal or family history.
    Bone density.  An x-ray screening procedure that measures bone mass of the hip and spine.
     Pap Smear. ($50.00)  A Pap smear can detect both cancerous and noncancerous conditions of the cervix.  A Pap smear is recommended yearly for women.
    Colonoscopy. A way to visualize the colon by snaking a fiberoptic tube through regions of the rectum and colon to view the walls of the intestine. During this procedure, the physician is able to remove polyps or other abnormalities revealed by the procedure.  Studies have reported a 76% to 90% decrease in colorectal cancers in people who were regularly screened with colonoscopy and who had all colonic polyps removed during the procedure. 



Appointments can be scheduled by e-mail...


Monday thru Friday 9:00A.M. to 4:00 P.M.



Food:  No food, drink, tobacco or gum 12 hours prior to the exam;  The last meal before the exam should be fat free (no eggs, butter, milk or ice cream) and;  The patient may drink water but may not drink coffee or any other beverage.

Clothing:  Comfortable clothing which can be easily changed.

Time:  Please arrive 5 minutes before your schedule appointment time.  The complete health check (PE and tests) will be completed in 1/2 day or 2 sessions of 2 hours each.



Total Cost  $850.00

Method: Prepaid with credit card (MasterCard or Visa), cashier's check or personal check.


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