Wellness Screening

Blood draw for wellness screening
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Regularly conducting basic wellness lab tests can assist in identifying any potential health concerns that may threaten your overall well-being. By monitoring basic bodily functions such as liver, kidney, thyroid, and electrolytes, you can take proactive steps towards maintaining good health. Our Casper based clinic works with your physician to help facilitate your health and wellness needs.

Available Tests

View the tests and rates we are currently offering at Broad Reach Health and Wellness.

Additional testing and pricing are available; please contact us with questions. 

No. We are offer self pay pricing, but you can submit to insurance on your own.

Yes, and this will be billed to your insurance from Lab Corp. You are responsible for a $25 draw fee at the time of service. Results are faxed directly to the doctors office.

Insurance deductibles are on the rise and many times self pay pricing is cheaper than going through insurance

You can have your results sent to your physician, emailed directly to you or sent in the mail.

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Quick Turn Around

Offering quick turn around on results, tailored to meet your needs.

Lower Cost

Providing a self-pay option so clients receive the most affordable service.


Consulting with your provider so early treatment can take place.

Picture Your Health Resources

Your Complete Blood Count Guide

You and your doctor can learn a great deal about your health through a simple screening procedure known as Complete Blood Count (CBC). The CBC is one of the most commonly ordered blood screening tests and is used to present a general picture of a person’s overall health. It is helpful to diagnosis disease when people are “not feeling well” and to monitor treatment of many disease states, including anemia and leukemia.

The following is a brief description of the tests that are included in a Complete Blood Count. The descriptions will help you better understand your laboratory test results. You should not rely on this information for diagnostic treatment. These descriptions are not intended to be a complete listing of all conditions medically relevant to each test. Always consult your medical provider regarding your laboratory tests. 


What can a patient do about his or her CBC?

Patients who have a keen interest in their own healthcare frequently want to know what they can do to change their WBCs, RBCs and platelets. Unlike “good” and “bad” cholesterol, cell populations are not generally affected by lifestyle changes unless the patient has an underlying deficiency (such as vitamin B12 or folate deficiency). There is no way that a patient can directly raise the number of his/ her WBCs or change the size or shape of his/her RBCs. Addressing any underlying disease or conditions and following a healthy lifestyle will help optimize your body’s cell production and your body will take care of the rest.

Chemistry Panel Results Guide

You and your doctor can learn a great deal about your health from a sample of your blood. A normal test result is just as significant as an abnormal result. When a result is normal it helps rule out disease and/or establishes a baseline. A 12 hour fast is recommended for chemistry testing. 



It can help you learn more about your body and detect potential problems in early stages when treatment or changes in personal health habits can be most effective.

Other Test Results Guide

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