2018 Greenville Health Fair


Welcome to the 2018 Greenville Health Fair of HSHS Holy Family Hospital. The below screenings are available at the health fair!

Register for Your March 16th Appointment Here!

Online registration allows the Health Fair participant to sign up for the Health Fair and to make their Health Fair experience quick and easy. Select your timeslot to guarantee your arrival time for your blood work. Time slots are subject to delay.
 

This year's available tests include:

 

Hemogblobin A1C


This blood test is for those with, or at risk for, Diabetes. This test can indicate if treatment measures are working to prevent organ damage.

 

Comprehensive Blood Screening


This blood test includes a complete blood chemistry, cholesterol and lipids, cardiac risk profile, anemia test, complete blood count, kidney and liver function, and thyroid . A 10-Hour fast is required, water or black coffee only, no sugar or sweeteners.

A comprehensive metabolic panel can provide an overall picture of your body's chemical balance and metabolism. Metabolism refers to all the physical and chemical processes in the body that use energy.

 

ColoVantage Colorectal Cancer


This test is NOT a replacement for colorectal exams, it is a supplemental test for those at higher risk for colorectal cancer.

Prostate Specific Agents (PSA)


This test is for Men only. A doctor uses these results in conjuction with an exam to screen for prostate cancer.

Prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, is a protein produced by cells of the prostate gland. The PSA test measures the level of PSA in a man's blood.

 

Vitamin D


This blood test measures for Vitamin D defiency and helps monitor osteporosis treatments and immune function. Vitamin D helps you to maintain strong bones, helps your muscles move, helps your nerves carry messages, and bolsters your immune system so you can fight bacteria and viruses.

The 25-hydroxy vitamin D test is the most accurate way to measure how much vitamin D is in your body. In the kidney, 25-hydroxy vitamin D changes into an active form of the vitamin. The active form of vitamin D helps control calcium and phosphate levels in the body.