Life Line Screening is a preventative health care screening facility who’s aim is to screen individuals for any health-related issues before they become problematic. Life Line Screening’s mission is to provide individuals with comprehensive screening services as preventative care. Technicians at Life Line Screening strive to provide the best information available on their clients’ health needs so patients can make well-informed decisions regarding health care.
Life Line Screening offers several preventative screening packages. Screening packages offered through Life Line are:
• A complete wellness package
• Stroke, Vascular, Heart Rhythm, and Osteoporosis
• Stroke, Vascular, Heart Rhythm, Osteoporosis, and 6 for health life assessment
The 6 for life health assessment is a unique screening procedure offered at Life Line Screening that checks for a patient’s risk factors for these 6 chronic health conditions: stroke, diabetes, heart disease, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and lung cancer. Other screenings offered through Life Line Screening are ultrasounds, finger stick blood screenings, electrocardiographs, as well as a slew of cancer screenings. Once screenings are complete, a comprehensive report is reviewed with the patient by one of Life Line Screening’s trained physicians. During the review, patients will gain a better understanding of their overall health and well-being. In addition, recommendations for preventative care will be discussed. Information from the report is shared with the patient’s physician to ensure wrap around health care and support. Life Line Screening has partnerships with many hospitals nationwide and offers services around the country.
In addition screening procedures, Life Line Screening also offers corporate wellness programs. Corporate wellness programs offered through Life Line Screening are aimed at preventative care helping employees manage their health care needs while at the same time helping to lower health care costs for everyone.
Doctors and technicians at Life Line Screening always recommend patients first consult with their physicians before any tests are conducted.