First Friday Screenings

15 minutes is all you need!

Rooks County Health Center invites you to take 15 minutes the first Friday of the month to find out where you stand in your own personal wellness. Through screening and educational offers, RCH puts the power in your hands to potentially avoid costly health issues in the future.

  • Call for appointment
  • Walk-ins welcome
  • 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted
  • No doctor’s order required
  • No insurance or Medicare involvement
  • Confidential results given directly to you
  • Many tests offered at a greatly discounted rate only for First Friday Screenings

*One-time $5 lab fee per visit. Results the same day.

First Friday Screenings are not applicable for insurance or Medicare reimbursement. RCH strongly suggests you see your physician if you have symptoms of an illness. Screenings are not intended to replace doctor visits or diagnose medical conditions.

Diagnostic Imaging Screenings – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Carotid Artery Scan $25
Painless 10 minute test to show any problems (plaque build-up) in the carotid arteries. These arteries, located in the neck, supply the brain with blood flow. Over time, build-up of plaque on the artery walls can begin to restrict this blood flow, possibly causing a stroke. This scan can also detect early signs of plaque buildup.

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Scan $25
Painless test consists of a small Ultrasound probe moved across the abdomen to detect ballooning of the aorta, also known as an aneurysm.

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Test $25
PAD or hardening of the arteries is a condition that restricts the blood flow to the legs. A small Ultrasound device is used to measure blood pressure in the legs to check for poor circulation to the legs.

All Three Diagnostic Imaging Screenings $65

Cardiac/Heart Health* – 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Cardiac Risk/Proactive Chem 14 – $18
For accurate testing, please refrain from eating or drinking 12-14 hours before testing. Sips of water are acceptable
These tests along with other risk factors such as age and sex can help determine whether you have a slight, moderate or high chance of having a cardiovascular event such as heart attack or stroke. This profile of tests measures cholesterol and triglycerides, evaluates good (HDL) and bad (LDL) cholesterol as well as checking the status of your kidneys, liver, electrolyte and acid/ base balance, blood sugar and blood proteins. These tests monitor hypertension and kidney or liver-related side effects from specific medication. If you have a history or family history of high lipids or just want to know risk estimates, this is a good screening and monitoring test for you.

RCH strongly suggests you see your physician if you have symptoms of an illness. Screenings are not intended to replace doctor visits or diagnose medical conditions.

Diabetic Health* – 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Diabetic Health – $18
For accurate testing, please refrain from eating or drinking 8 hours before testing. Sips of water are acceptable.
Combination of blood sugar tests and urine tests for a good overall view of your diabetic health to aid in treatment decisions. These tests are indicated every 3 to 12 months as recommended by your physician.

Men’s Health – 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Men’s Health – $18
Screen and monitor prostate cancer, prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia. Consider if you have difficult, painful and/or frequent urination or pelvic pain. This test is recommended yearly starting at age 50, and starting at age 40 for men who are at increased risk for prostate cancer such as those of African-American decent or who have a history or family history of the disease. These test along with a digital rectal examination by your physician are used to evaluate the male prostate.

Colon Test – 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Colon Test – $5
Screens for gastrointestinal bleeding, a possible indicator for colon cancer. Recommended annually at the age of 50 for both men and women. Positive results may require additional testing by your physician..

Thyroid Test – 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Thyroid Test – $15
Thyroid hormones influence metabolism, body temperature, growth and development. During infancy and childhood, these hormones are vital for brain development. This test helps diagnose and monitor thyroid disorders, female infertility problems and screens newborns for under active thyroid. The following combination of symptoms may be attributed to your thyroid:

Hyperthyroidism Symptoms

  • Rapid Heart Rate
  • Weight Loss
  • Nervousness
  • Hand Tremors
  • Irritated Eyes
  • Difficulty Sleeping
Hypothyroidism Symptoms

  • Weight Gain
  • Dry Skin
  • Nervousness
  • Constipation
  • Cold Intolerance
  • Fatigue, malaise or weakness

Blood Cell Profile – 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Blood Cell Profile – $18
Determine general health status and screen for and monitor a variety of disorders such as anemia, infection, clotting factors, excessive bleeding and other diseases. Consider if you’re experiencing fatigue or weakness, suspected infection, inflammation, bruising or bleeding.

Additional Testing – $7 to $50

Click here for additional screenings offered Monday through Friday at RCH. Convenient tests, no doctor’s order required and same day results.

For an appointment call:

Walk-ins Welcome

“I went in for a blood draw and I was in and out in 5 minutes. Thanks!”

“During a cardiovascular screening, the technologist noticed nodules on my thyroid, which otherwise would have gone undetected allowing the cancer to progress. This screening may have saved my life.”

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