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Hamilton Memorial Hospital and Carmi Family Clinic to offer Spring Wellness fasting blood draws for as low as $50

Hamilton Memorial Hospital will be offering reduced rate annual Spring Wellness fasting blood draws for as low as $50.

Reduced rate blood draws will be available at Hamilton Memorial Hospital starting Monday, April 17 through Thursday, April 27. These blood draws will be offered from 7am – 4pm Monday through Friday and on Saturday, April 22 from 7am – 10am at the Hamilton Memorial Hospital lab.

The Carmi Family Clinic will offer for one-day only Spring Wellness fasting blood draws on Saturday, April 29th from 7am – 10am.

“Year-after-year we continue to offer the Spring Wellness blood draw as a community service to give people the opportunity to receive lab work at a significantly lower cost. We want to continue to offer a one-day Spring Wellness fasting blood draw at our Carmi Family Clinic to ensure everyone in our communities are well taken care of. Hamilton Memorial Hospital District encourages anyone who needs lab work or is interested learning about their health to take advantage of this opportunity,” stated Greg Sims, CEO Hamilton Memorial Hospital.

Wellness screening options include:

$50 Health Screen Profile – Includes Cholesterol, Triglycerides,

Glucose, BUN, Creatinine, Total Bilirubin, CBC, GFR, Calcium, Total

Protein, AST, Alk Phosphatase, Albumin, Phosphorus, Sodium,

Potassium, Chlorine, CO2, and TSH

$70 Health Screen Profile & PSA – Includes same testing

as $50 Health Screen profile with the addition of PSA screening for

prostate cancer in men

$20 PSA Screening – Prostate Cancer test for men

$10 Wellness Profile – Glucose and good/bad breakdown of

cholesterol, and GFR – these are all included in $50 Health Screen Profile

$2 Blood Typing – Identifies blood type; includes a card with blood

type listed. Can be added to any of the tests.

For most accurate results, participants should be “fasting” – no food or drink, except water, after midnight before blood draw. Results will be provided to participant’s designated provider.