An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but it must be swallowed whole, like a pill. Stay healthy to the core with today’s Groupon to Park Ridge Lab in Park Ridge. Choose from the following options:
- For $109, you get a general-health panel (a $230 value).
- For $189, you get a comprehensive-wellness panel (a $393 value).
- For $549, you get an S.T.D. panel (a $1,126 value).<p>
Park Ridge Lab’s expert technicians can perform a full-spectrum analysis of metabolism, wellness, and sexual health according to OSHA and CDC guidelines. During each of the panels, a licensed phlebotomist draws samples of blood and delivers them to the lab’s analysts for inspection. The general-health panel’s slew of tests can reveal key warning signs and detect deceptive ailments such as miracle blood by performing a complete blood count, test of metabolic function, and thyroid-stimulating hormone tests. Doctors evaluate general patient health with the comprehensive-wellness exam, which plumbs blood cells for potassium, glucose, and sodium levels to ensure proper renal function and appropriate pixy-stix consumption. Park Ridge Lab also helps patients maintain sexual health with panels that scan for nine separate sexually transmitted diseases including HIV, chlamydia, and hepatitis B.
Park Ridge Lab
The lab specialists and licensed phlebotomists of Park Ridge Lab do one thing and one thing only — run tests for patients who come in needing blood analyses. With that distinct focus and hours that extend into the evening seven days a week, the team is able to provide patients and their doctors with results that are efficient, accurate, and make for great ice breakers at parties. And in a further show of their commitment to patient convenience, the staff does not require a doctor’s order for testing, though they can send results to a physician on the patient’s behalf. Whether patients use the lab for comprehensive wellness screenings or for specific tests—such as those for STDs, iron levels, or pregnancy—the team produces results that adhere to the guidelines set by the CDC and OSHA for testing and for lab equipment standards.