Rock Hill/Fort Mill Area
NEXT SCREENING DATE: Thursday, November 15
FREE FOR WOMEN & MEN, ages 18+
NEW LOCATION: Community Resource Center
1731 Dr. Frank Gaston Blvd - across from PMC
call 866-627-2229 to schedule your appointment!
Heart Health Screenings at 50-80% discounts!
We are pleased to announce our collaborative affiliation with YourLabWork.com. Through this national program, you can schedule your screenings and save money, too!
Heart Health Screenings include:
Basic Lipid Panel & A1C
Advance Lipid Profile
Inflammation Panel with C-reactive Protein
click image to find a lab near you!
Free Heart Health Screenings!
Cholesterol, glucose and diabetes testing, prostate cancer screenings
Palmetto Health, 1801 Sunset Dr., second floor, Columbia
Every fourth Thursday | 5:45-7 p.m.
Every fourth Saturday | 8-11:30 a.m.
Diabetes and prostate cancer screenings
Palmetto Health Baptist, 1501 Sumter St., Columbia
Every Thursday |11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Other community screenings
The Palmetto Health Mobile Clinic is available at various times throughout the community.
Screenings available include cholesterol (no fasting required), glucose, diabetes (HbA1c), cervical exams, breast exams, prostate testing (PSA and DRE), body measurements and blood pressure.
Myrtle Beach Area
Available Monday through Saturday
HealthFinders in Coastal Grand Mall
2000 Coastal Grand Circle #520
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Monday – Friday, 10 am – 7 pm
Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm
All screenings are performed by finger stick and done on a walk-in basis. Cash or check only.
Lipid Profile: $20; 12-hour fast required
Blood Pressure: FREE
FREE Ask the Pharmacist:
Fridays, 2 – 4 pm. Bring your medications for a FREE
one-on-one consult with a registered pharmacist.
Free Heart Age Screenings!
What is your "heart age"? Heart age, or cardiac age, is a number that measures your cardiac risk level. It is based on your blood pressure, BMI, blood sugar, cholesterol and triglycerides.
Researchers have discovered that adults have a “heart age” that averages seven years older than their actual age. In fact, 1 in 4 Americans die from heart disease.
The most common reasons for a higher heart age that can be changed or managed include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, obesity, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity and diabetes. Making changes to reduce risk of cardiac disease can make a person’s heart younger.
Join us for a free heart risk screening and find out how young at heart you really are. CLICK HERE
Mention The Heart2Heart Foundation when you schedule your appointment and ask for the special referral cash rate.
This screening is recommended for men age 45+ and for women age 55+.
If you are over 40 and have at least 1 risk factor for heart disease, consider Coronary Calcium Scoring!
Family history of early heart disease (cardiac event in near male relative before age 55, in near female relative before age 65)
High/borderline high cholesterol
High/borderline high blood pressure
Diabetes or pre-diabetes
A smoker (include second-hand smoke)
A Coronary Artery Calcium Scan can be ordered by any physician. This is a screening and is not intended to be used by patients previously diagnosed with heart disease. Watch "The Widowmaker" to learn more about this life-saving screening!
Learn more here ...