Schedule Those Yearly Lab Draws at a Discount

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National Public Health Week is recognized the first full week of April each year. To coincide, the Warren County Health Department offers their discounted labs program, reports Administrator Jenna Link:

“It is $75. It includes your lipid panel, an A1c, which is a diabetic screening; it does a comprehensive metabolic panel, and a CBC, which is all your different blood counts. We also offer during that a PSA screening and that is $30. We also do a Vitamin D and a Vitamin B12 labs, those are $40 and $20. It is just a great panel and a tool for you to use for screening. We will send results to your provider. We encourage people to take advantage of that.”

Discounted labs will run April 15th through the 25th. Appointments can be scheduled by call the Health Department at 309-734-1314, extension 3.

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