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What is a Biometric Screening?

A biometric screening is a comprehensive screening using multiple tests to assess different health indicators. Common health indicators include BMI, Cholesterol, A1C, Waist Circumference, and others. Biometric screenings helps individuals assess their risk of common health concerns, such as diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and cardiovascular disease. The complete screening takes between 15 to 75 minutes, depending on the package chosen.

Close-up of nurse holding file.
Close-up of of doctor taking blood pressure test of patient.
Doctor examining patient's blood pressure reading through machine.

Who can benefit from Biometric Screenings?

Both employers and employees can benefit from organizing biometric screenings in the workplace. Employees will see an in-depth, data driven snapshot of their overall health. Employers receive an anonymized, aggregated report of the biometric screening results, which can help create initiatives that address health concerns within the workforce, with the goal of reducing absenteeism, lowering employee benefit costs, and managing chronic diseases.

What's included in our Biometric Screenings?
  • Blood pressure
  • Body mass index (BMI)
  • Waist circumference
  • A1C test
  • Cholesterol
  • AngioDefender™
  • Nurse consultation

Who provides Biometric Screenings?

Our Registered Nurses (RNs) and Registered Practical Nurses (RPNs) are regulated health professionals who are responsible for administering our Biometric Screening tests. They will also review the results with employees so that each employee understands the results of the screening. Depending on the package chosen, an extended nurse consultation is available for employees to provide a more in-depth review both prior and post screening.

Biometric Screening Brochure

Interested in learning more about our different Biometric Screenings tests?
Download our free Biometric Screening Brochure (PDF) to learn more!

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