CHI St. Luke’s Health recognizes that each person’s health status, family history and health concerns are unique. Our Executive Health Program provides one-to-one interaction between clinician and client, with special attention given to those health issues of greatest concern. This is a self-referred health check and may not be covered by insurance.

At the conclusion of your Executive Health Check a comprehensive report will be processed and mailed to you and your home country physician (if requested).

Platinum Health Check Exam        
Recommended annually for men & women age 50 and older.

Comprehensive Medical Examination by a Board Certified Internal Medicine Physician:

  • Review of your personal and family medical history
  • Complete physical examination 
  • Evaluation of lifestyle health behaviors and potential health risk

Diagnostic Laboratory Studies:

  • Wellness Profile Screen
  • Complete blood count
  • Lipid profile (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides)
  • Blood sugar
  • Kidney function (BUN & creatinine)
  • Electrolytes
  • Magnesium, calcium, iron
  • Uric acid
  • Liver panel
  • Thyroid function (T3, T4, TSH)
  • Urinalysis
  • Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA)  - Men only
  • CA125 (Ovarian Cancer screen) - Women only
  • Fecal Occult Test

Cardiovascular Testing:

  • Graded exercise stress test
  • Includes evaluation of electrocardiogram, blood pressure and exercise tolerance

Radiology Study:

  • Chest x-ray (2 views)

Fitness and Lifestyle Assessment:

  • Comprehensive fitness and lifestyle questionnaire
  • Body fat analysis
  • Flexibility analysis
  • Spirometry - lung function analysis

Audiology & Vision :

  • Hearing acuity screen
  • Visual acuity screen

Women's Platinum Additional Services           
All of the Platinum Services above plus

  • Pelvic Exam
  • Mammogram

Optional Services

  • Colonoscopy
    • Sedation eliminates the discomfort of this procedure; therefore a second screening day is necessary for this procedure. 
    • Recommended:
      • 50+ years:  Baseline colonoscopy if no family history of polyps or colon cancer.  Repeat one every 10 years if baseline is normal. 
      • 49 and younger:  If there is a family history of polyps or colon cancer the recommendation is to do a baseline at least 5 years earlier than the lowest age any family member was diagnosed with the polyp or cancer (unless you know for a fact that the polyp was hyperplastic since this type poses no risk for cancer).
  • Heart Scan : a CT-scan type test for persons wishing to determine whether they have coronary heart disease. 
  • Bone Density Study: a scan to measure bone mass; it aids in the diagnosis of osteoporosis.