Know Your Numbers
Blood Screening for 2019 will be located in H&K 206.
Blood Screening will only be available on November 7 between the hours of 6:30 A.M. and 10 A.M. Fasting is required 12 hours prior to your appointment. The day of your appointment you will be required to sign a consent and release form.
Health Screening - Tests included: thyroid, cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides, glucose and includes tests that detect cell disorders and chemical imbalances for the kidneys and liver.
Health Screen + PSA Male Only - Tests include all the above and the Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test for men over 50.
HS-CRP - Recognizing that atherosclerosis (plaques lining the surface of our coronary arteries) involves a chronic inflammatory process has brought greater attention to arterial "inflammation" as a risk factor for heart attack and stroke. HS-CRP is an inflammatory marker.
Hemoglobin A1C - Screening for Diabetes.
Billing Insurance – No payment at registration; Bring your insurance card the day of the event; it is up to you to confirm your insurance will pay for the wellness blood screening by calling your insurance company. An insurance card is mandatory at the time of appointment.
Pre-Pay - Select your appointment time as well as your screening options. Choose the pre-pay option for your screening. Debit or Credit Card required. Insurance reimbursement will not be available.
All lab draws require a 12 hour fast.
Online registration and in person registration at UNO will close on Thursday, Oct. 31 at midnight. Registration at UNO will not be available after this date.
Health and Wellness Fair | Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019
Attendees will get to explore health and wellness options with both community and campus vendors. Each of the eight dimensions of wellness (environmental, spiritual, intellectual, occupational, social, financial, physical, and emotional) will be represented throughout the fair. Plus, tons of great giveaways and free chair massage. Learn more.
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