General Health Profile

The General Health Profile is a basic and multifaceted health assessment designed to provide a thorough overview of an individual’s overall well-being. This profile incorporates key blood tests that collectively evaluate various aspects of health, ranging from metabolic function and cardiovascular risk to blood cell counts and glycemic control.

Sample type:  Blood
Preparation:  Overnight fasting (10-12 hours without food) is required for accurate results. Drinking water is usually allowed.

Price: $97


The general health profile helps healthcare professionals assess your overall health, identify potential risk factors, and take preventive measures or provide early intervention if needed. Interpretation of the results should be done by a healthcare professional who considers the individual’s health history and other relevant factors.

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP):
Evaluates the overall health of your organs, including the liver and kidneys, and assesses electrolyte and fluid balance.
Includes tests for blood glucose, kidney function (creatinine, blood urea nitrogen), liver function (ALT, AST, ALP), electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride, CO2), and more.

Lipid Panel:
Assesses cholesterol levels and helps evaluate the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Measures total cholesterol, LDL (low-density lipoprotein), HDL (high-density lipoprotein), and triglycerides.

Complete Blood Count (CBC):
Provides information about the quantity and types of blood cells, helping diagnose and monitor various conditions.
Includes measurements of red blood cells (RBCs), white blood cells (WBCs), platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit.

A1C (Glycated Hemoglobin):
Reflects the average blood sugar levels over the past few months and is commonly used in the management of diabetes.
Measures the percentage of hemoglobin that is glycated (bound to glucose).