What Does Your Program Include?
The Executive Health Program at URMC is totally comprehensive.
This is critical. Because most doctor visits only address specific complaints—not total health. And even annual physicals are limited in the type and scope of diagnostics that are employed.
The Executive Health Program at URMC, on the other hand, provides a full array of important tests, helping to understand all aspects of your health.
Of course, not all of these tests may be required. So, prior to your visit, our nurses will schedule a 30-minute phone interview with you. We will then prepare your customized program based on your specific needs.
- Medical history and comprehensive physical examination by our Medical Director or other senior clinicians in order to recognize current risk factors as well as identify additional tests you might need.
- One-on-one evaluation with our senior preventive cardiologists for a comprehensive analysis of your heart health.
- Health History and Cardiac Risk Factor Assessment helps identify health risks based on your family history and lifestyle.
- Personal consultation with our Clinical Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator, to guide you in practical and enjoyable ways to eat better.
- Personal consultation with our Exercise Physiologist to create a customized exercise plan based around your life, schedule, and interests.
- Exercise stress test to determine how your heart handles work and to help identify the best kind of exercise for you.
- 5-day diet analysis to help identify ways to improve your health through the foods you eat.
- Instant analysis of total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides, and glucose to help us identify risk factors for heart disease and diabetes.
- Full range of laboratory testing to detect a wide array of diseases, including kidney disease, heart disease, diabetes, and anemia.
- Blood pressure screening provides important information to help prevent stroke, heart failure, heart attack, and kidney failure.
- Pulmonary function testing to assess lung function and associated health risks.
- Stress management evaluation provides feedback on how you are handling stress in your life.
- Bone density screening to screen for osteoporosis.
- Hearing and eye examination
- Electrocardiogram provides a reading of the electrical activity in your heart to screen for irregular heart rhythms and other disorders of the heart.
- Chest x-ray to screen for lung cancer and other lung diseases.
- Carotid and other vascular ultrasound to provide an important indicator for risk of stroke.
- CT angiogram with calcium scoring to detect calcification in the arteries of the heart, an important indicator of heart disease.
- Colonoscopy to help prevent and detect gastrointestinal diseases such as colon cancer.
- Mammogram to provide early detection of changes in the breast that could indicate breast cancer.