LEWISTON, Idaho – Do you know your numbers? Last year over 350 people visited the Lewis-Clark State College Health Screening and the college is once again offering the opportunity to learn more about the status of your health.
LCSC’s third annual Health Screening will be held on March 20 from 9 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. in the Solarium of the LCSC Student Union Building. The screening is free of charge to students, LCSC faculty and staff, and the surrounding community, with the exception of the Lipid/Cholesterol panel ($15) and the Hemoglobin A1C test (diabetes, $10) - a savings of $230 for these two screenings. Lipid/Cholesterol panel and Hemoglobin A1C screenings both require fasting labs (12 hours of no food or drink, except water).
Free health screenings include:
- Blood glucose
- Blood pressure
- Body mass index and health plan
- Skin cancer awareness
- Mental health
- Bone density
- Diabetes screen
Prizes and refreshments will be available, and LCSC employees can earn Professional Development Training points by participating.
The LCSC Health Screening is coordinated by Student Health Services and event participants: Alpine Vision Center, Clearview Eye Clinic, Costco, Eastgate Chiropractic, Inland Oasis, Inc., LCSC Division of Nursing & Health Sciences, LCSC Division of Education & Kinesiology, Lewis & Clark Health Center, Public Health Idaho North Central District, Pathologists’ Regional Laboratory, Allergy & Asthma Tri-State Clinic, Tri-State Memorial Hospital, St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, and Quality Behavioral Health.
For more information please contact Sherry Sweikert-Smith, LCSC Student Health Services Nurse, at [email protected] or 208.792.2251.