5 Health Screenings, One Visit

Limited screening slots are available, please call to schedule.

Too often we have a way of prioritizing everyone's health over our own. Sound familiar? Let's put your health first with Your 5 for Life.

5 for Life takes place once a month at locations across the Wasatch Front, making it easy for you to get important screening tests. We offer testing for heart disease, breast cancer, cervical cancer, skin cancer, mental and sexual health, and bone density—all in just over two hours. We even offer nutritional education.

We'll pamper you with a healthy breakfast and chair massage.

Bring your mom, siblings, friends, or coworkers and choose Your 5 for Life.

Locations & Time

Get these screenings at these locations:

Visit Includes

Heart Health

Eighty percent of heart disease is preventable with proper diet, exercise, and by not smoking.

Test Includes:
  • Lipid
  • Bad cholesterol (LDL)
  • Good cholesterol (HDL)
  • Triglycerides
  • Blood sugar
  • Blood pressure
Breast Health

If you are 40 and older, you should get an annual mammogram. If there’s a history of breast cancer in your family, you should get your first mammogram 10 years before your relative was diagnosed.

Test Includes:
  • Breast exam
  • Mammogram
Skin Health

In addition to an annual skin exam, it’s important to check yourself for new or changing moles. We’ll give you a complete check-up from head to toe. (Not available at Midvale location).

Test Includes:
  • Screening skin exam
Cervical Health

A Pap test should be done every three years or at your physician’s recommendation.

Test Includes:
  • Pap test
Bone Health

As we age, bone fractures and osteoporosis become real. DEXA-scan testing measures bone density and helps predict potential for fractures and osteoporosis. If you are over age 65, we recommend you receive a DEXA-scan.

If you are post-menopausal, you should also have a baseline scan for future comparison.

Test Includes:
  • DEXA-scan
Are You Due for a Colonoscopy?

A colonoscopy finds precancerous growths in the intestines. Starting at age 50, you should have a colonoscopy every 10 years.

Test Includes:
  • Colonoscopy (to be scheduled for a later date)

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