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Norton Healthcare Prevention & Wellness Cardiovascular Screenings

Norton Healthcare Prevention & Wellness health screenings can help you learn how to reduce your risk factors and guide you to medical care.

Our outreach nurses provide health screenings at convenient community locations including libraries, churches and community centers.

The following screenings are available to individuals age 18 and older:

  • Blood pressure: High blood pressure can lead to heart disease, kidney disease and stroke.
  • Blood sugar: High blood sugar is a risk factor for heart disease and stroke.
  • Body mass index (BMI): A high BMI (weight/height ratio) is associated with many chronic diseases and cancer.
  • Cholesterol — offered on a limited basis: Fasting is necessary for eight to 12 hours before a screening. High cholesterol is associated with heart disease and stroke.
  • A1C test: Measures average blood sugar levels over a three month period to diagnose Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.
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