Preventive Health Assessment

Our head-to-toe health check

We believe in the power of early detection, prevention and timely intervention. Our annual Preventive Health Assessment (PHA) is a healthcare professional-led, head-to-toe assessment that helps you understand the status of your health so you can mitigate any risks you may have. Any age is the right age to get your health on track.

Why should I get a Preventive Health Assessment?

The sooner we detect a disease, the faster we can treat it. We include an extensive panel of tests, physical examinations, and detailed questionnaires to give you the full picture. Tests range from blood tests to complete physical exams, and other sophisticated diagnostics. The PHA provides detailed professional consulting from a a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals, who work together to put you on a healthy path.

Preventive Health Assessment packages

Comprehensive review of your personal medical history.
Discussion about lifestyle and recommendations for psychological well-being.
Complete physical health and wellness assessment.
Pelvic examination and Pap smear test.*
Prostate-Specific Antigen (> 45 years).*
Advanced laboratory and diagnostic screening.*
Full nutritional assessment.
All-encompassing fitness assessment.
Body composition analysis (available in Vancouver Hastings, Calgary and Ottawa).
Hearing test (audiometry).*
Vision test (ortho-rater & Ishihara).*
Pulmonary function test (spirometry).*
Eye pressure test (tonometry), (> 40 years).*
Screening for fecal occult blood.*
Resting / stress electrocardiograms.*
Abdominal ultrasound.*
Basic immunization update.*
Feedback from the physician and results.
Coordination of external and internal appointments.

Notes: Some aspects of the above may vary depending upon the patient’s age, gender, and personal risk factors, as well as provincial and College regulations. The Select protocol is not available in Quebec. In Quebec, a patient can only do the tests noted with an asterisk (*) if the physician determines that these tests are medically necessary during the patient’s initial medical assessment.

Have any questions?

If you’re ready to enroll, want more information or would like to visit one of our care centres, we can help.

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