Screenings

Onsite Screening Services

Our team can provide a wide range of screenings conveniently located at your place of employment. We can provide single screenings, full biometric screening packages, or customize services to meet your needs. Some screening options could include:

  • A1c Screenings
  • Blood Pressure
  • Blood Glucose (Blood Sugar)
  • Body Mass Index (BMI) Height and Weight Calculation
  • Full Lipid Cholesterol Panel (Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, Triglycerides)
  • Tanita Screening (Body Composition)
  • Waist Circumference

Biometric Screenings

Our biometric screenings are provided on-site at your workplace and can include online registration and detailed health risk assessment (HRA) your employees can complete upon registration. A report will be provided to every employee including their individual progress made each year. Our health educators discuss health concerns and progress that can be made at the end of each screening. The HRA and biometric screening results will also be discussed. In addition, you will receive an aggregate report detailing overall company results that can be compared annual.

  • Blood Pressure
  • Blood Glucose (Blood Sugar)
  • Body Mass Index (BMI) Height and Weight Calculation
  • Full Lipid Cholesterol Panel (Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, Triglycerides
  • Waist Circumference

Diabetes Screenings

Diabetes is one of the major cost drivers at many organizations across the Tampa Bay area and many individuals living with diabetes do not know they have it. BayCare can provide a series of screenings to help identify those at greatest risk. Our process to identify those at risk includes:

  • All participating employees will receive a series of questionnaires to determine if the participant is at risk
  • Those found at risk from the questionnaires will have their blood glucose levels tested by finger stick.
  • Those found with elevated blood glucose levels will be provided a hemoglobin A1c screening.
    All results are provided minutes after the completion of the screening or assessment. If the patient is found to be at risk, they are encouraged to talk with their doctor and are provided with a physician referral, if needed. They are also provided support resources from BayCare's Outpatient Diabetes Centers and from community organizations and groups.