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Executive Health Program

Comprehensive Executive Health Program

A company's top leader has to be healthy to be effective and productive. The NCH Executive Health Program is a comprehensive medical evaluation designed especially for the corporate executive. This executive health exam focuses on early detection of health risks and a commitment to maintaining and promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Your health and well-being have our full attention, with comprehensive diagnostic tests and screenings. A board-certified physician will perform your executive health exam. Privacy, comfort, and convenience are assured. You will receive a Personal Health Profile, a summary of your test results, and additional resource and informational materials within days of your visit.

Once scheduled for your evaluation, we will send you a medical health history form. It should be completed prior to your exam. Your exam begins at 8:00 am and is completed by 11:00 am. After your blood work is drawn, you will enjoy a healthy breakfast, change into comfortable clothing, and then continue through a comprehensive assessment of your total health. You will be personally escorted to all points of service.

The Executive Health Program is administered at:

NCH Health Center
199 W. Rand Road
(Rand Road & Kensington Road)
Mount Prospect

Executive Examination includes:

  • A complete medical history and physical examination by a board certified physician
  • Health Risk Appraisal (HRA) A complete health and lifestyle assessment based on the most scientific guidelines for optimal health
  • Lab Tests
    • Comprehensive Metabolic Panel
    • Lipid Profile
    • Complete Blood Count
    • Thyroid Function
    • Urinalysis
    • Hemoccult (for Colon Cancer)
    • PSA (men only)
  • Nutrition Consultation
  • Cardiac Stress Test
  • Audiometry (hearing), Vision Testing and Spirometry (lung function)
  • Optional tests available - Chest X-ray, Colonoscopy, Mammogram, CT Heart Scan and Exercise evaluation and prescription
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Last modified: 10/01/2013