Prior to your Executive Health Assessment, a Patient Advocate will gather your information, review your current medical situation and treatment history, and work to arrange for the best experience possible.
Medical terrain can be tricky. ConnectCare3's Nurse Navigators will help you make sense of the information you'll receive during the Executive Health Assessment — and beyond. Our nurse navigators are Registered Nurses who have decades of experience at all levels of healthcare.
ConnectCare3's Certified Health Coaches are here to help translate data from your Executive Health Assessment into workable real-world solutions.
A More Comprehensive Exam
- 1 Comprehensive History and Physical Examination to assess overall health.
- 2 Comprehensive Blood Work to screen for blood, metabolic and thyroid conditions.
- 3 Carotid and Abdominal Ultrasounds to test for stroke risk and abdominal aortic aneurysm.
- 4 Calcium-scored Computerized Axial Tomography (CAT) Scan to screen for coronary heart disease and problems with the aorta and pulmonary veins around the heart.
- 5 Electrocardiogram (EKG) & Echocardiogram (ECG) to screen for cardiac diseases.
- 6 Ankle Brachial Index Test to predict the severity of peripheral arterial disease.
- 7 Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis to determine body composition values.
- 8 Nutrition Lifestyle Assessment to improve dietary intake.
- 9 Functional Movement Assessment to discover inefficient movement patterns and identify probable risk for injury. If advised by the physician, a Lung CT can be performed in addition to the procedures listed above.
- 10 Lung CT is a low-dose CT and the only recommended tool for detecting lung cancer in its earliest stage before symptoms are apparent.