Profiles:
1.
Coronary Risk Profile
2.
Comprehensive Health Profile
3.
Prostatic Specific Antigen Profile
4.
Thyroid Profile
5.
HIV Antibody Profile
6.
ABO/Rh Test
7.
Arthritis Profile
8.
Hepatitis Panel
9.
Hormonal Function Profile
10.
CA125
11.
Heavy Metal Profile
12.
Prenatal Profile

 

Format
The Health Awareness Profile Program is vital to increasing employee awareness of their health status. This program is an interlocking system of health profiles, with professionally collected specimens to increase accuracy and thoroughness.

Once you have chosen a profile of customized panels, our team of professionals will go to your work site to collect blood samples, conduct blood pressure and resting heart rates, perform biometric evaluations and acquire a brief personal and family history.

Features
• Uniform collection procedures ensure reliable data
• Targets health risks which account for the highest treatment costs
• Program can identify and help high-risk employees on a confidential basis
• Life-threatening results are phoned to the participant by licensed health care provider
• Promotional and administrative guideline materials provided

Benefits
• Proven effective in companies from 10 to 100,000 employees
• Employees appreciate the program because they see it as improving thier long-term health
• Attracts a very high level of participation from all levels of the organization
• Minimizes employer involvement yet maximizes convenience
• Motivates employees to make changes that improve their health
• Helps reduce health care costs through early detection

Health Awareness Profiles:
CHS in conjunction with our reference laboratories is able to formulate any combination of lab tests listed below to develop individualized panels for participating companies.

1. Coronary Risk Profile—Screens for heart disease and includes:
• Total cholesterol • Triglycerides
• High-density lipoprotein ("GOOD CHOLESTEROL") • Lipoprotein
• Low-density lipoprotein ("BAD CHOLESTEROL) • Risk ratios I and II
 
2. Comprehensive Health ProfileIncludes all tests listed above in the Coronary Risk Profile plus:
Tests for heart disease, diabetes, metabolic function, kidney function, bone metabolism, liver function, infection, nutritional status, anemia, hematological (blood) disease and disorders
Blood chemistries (glucose, sodium, potassium, chloride, carbon dioxide, BUN, creatinine, BUN/creatinine ratio, uric acid, calcium, phosphorus, alkaline phosphatase, bilirubin total, direct & indirect, total protein, albumin, globulin, A/G Ratio, AST, ALT LDH)
A complete blood count (hemoglobin, hematocrit, red blood cells, white blood cells, MCV, MCH, MCHC, neutrophils, bands, lymphocytes, monocytes, basophils, eosinophils, platelets)
 
3. Prostatic Specific Antigen Profile
Recommended for males age 40 and above and those with a family history of cancer. Referred to as a "PSA," this profile includes a blood test for the antigen (PSA)
 
4. Thyroid Profile — Includes a test for thyroid function and can help detect early signs of thyroid disease and dysfunction; also includes:
• FTI (T7) Calculation • Total T4
• T3 Uptake • Highly Sensitive TSH
• Total T3  
 
5. HIV Antibody Profile
Performed by withdrawing blood to test for antibodies to Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), probable causative agent of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
 

6. ABO/Rh Test

Performed to determine the blood type and Rh factor for participants
 
7. Arthritis Profile — For the early detection of arthritis and arthritic disease/disorders;
includes:
• RA factor • Uric acid
• C-reactive protein • ASO
• Erythrocyte sedimentation rate  
 
8. Hepatitis Panel — A diagnostic profile for the detection of hepatitis; includes:
• Surface antigen (HBSAg)
• Antibody to core antigen (Anti-HBC)
 
9. Hormonal Function Profile — The detection and analysis of hormonal changes for women. Includes:
• FSH • BHCG (Qualtitative)
• LH • Testosterone
• Prolactin Progesteron  
 
10. CA125 — For the early detection and treatment of ovarian cancer and dysfunction.
 
11. Heavy Metal Profile — For the detection of heavy metals recommended for those working in industries, which expose the individual to metal fragments.
• Arsenic
• Lead
• Mercury
 
12. Prenatal Profile — Recommended for women considering pregnancy.
• ABO/RH blood type • RPR
• Antibody Screen • Rubella Screening
• Hepatitis B surface antigen • CBC