Health Screenings and Tests
Our pharmacists are professionally trained to administer a variety of in-store rapid health screenings and tests, including:
- Blood Glucose and A1c
- Blood Pressure Checks
- Cholesterol and Lipid Panel
Visit our pharmacy today. No appointment is needed during regular pharmacy hours and we'll have your results in 15 minutes or less. We accept most insurance plans.
Diabetes Care and Education
Do you or someone you know have diabetes? Visit our pharmacy today to learn about our diabetes care and education programs. We offer glucose screenings and A1c tests to help monitor and screen for diabetes.
Our pharmacies offer FREE diabetes education and nutrition tours, as well as one-on-one counseling with our Diabetes Care Pharmacists. Let us help you with your diabetes medications, blood glucose monitoring, insulin injection techniques, and avoid low blood sugar.
Do you have high blood pressure? Visit our pharmacy today to check your blood pressure. High blood pressure is an illness that is often not felt, and if left untreated it can lead to strokes and heart attacks. Factors that increase your risk for heart disease include obesity, smoking, physical inactivity, age and family history.
Our pharmacies offer free blood pressure checks using automated kiosks that allow you to track your blood pressure history and report it to you health care professional. We encourage you to talk with our pharmacists about your blood pressure readings. Our pharmacists can also assess your risk for heart disease and provide you with valuable information to help maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Do you or someone you know have high cholesterol, or at risk for heart disease? Ask us about our cholesterol screenings. All adults, age 40 and up should have their cholesterol test every three months. Visit our pharmacy for cholesterol screening today. Our pharmacists are professionally trained to administer the following screenings:
- Total cholesterol screening (non-fasting)
- Total Lipid Profile (fasting) – Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides, and glucose