General Wellness Testing

Our General Wellness Panels and Tests

General Wellness Test Panels

  • Basic Health Panel

    $79
    This Basic Health Panel includes three routine tests designed to give you and your physician a basic idea of how your bodily systems are functioning.
  • Basic Men's Health Panel

    $249
    The Basic Men's Health Panel is comprised of eight tests used to assess general health and wellness in men by evaluating potential risks for heart disease, diabetes, thyroid health, and other common areas of concern all in one fast and convenient visit.
  • Basic Women's Health Panel

    $249
    This Basic Women’s Health Panel is comprised of eight tests designed to give women an overall look at their health by analyzing a series of components found in the blood.
  • Popular panel

    Comprehensive Health Panel

    $119
    Our most complete health panel, this Comprehensive Health Panel consists of seven tests designed to give you and your physician a basic idea of how your bodily systems are functioning.
  • Comprehensive Men's Health Panel

    $899
    Priority Lab Testing’s Comprehensive Men's Health Panel includes 22 tests used to evaluate general health and wellness in men by evaluating potential risks for heart disease, diabetes, prostate health, vitamin deficiencies, and other common areas of concern all in one fast and convenient visit.

General Wellness Tests

  • Blood Type Test (ABO Grouping and Rh Type)

    $49
    This Blood Type Test, also known as an ABO grouping and RH type test, determines your blood type (A, B, AB, or O) and whether you are positive or negative.
  • Popular Test

    C-Reactive Protein Test (hs-CRP), High Sensitivity

    $79
    This C-Reactive Protein Test is a high sensitivity test that measures levels of c-reactive protein (CRP) in the body.
  • Carotene Test (Beta Carotene)

    $49
    The Carotene Test, or beta carotene test, is designed to measure levels of carotene in the blood.
  • Popular Test

    Complete Blood Count (CBC) with Differential and Platelets Test

    $49
    This Complete Blood Count Test with Differential Test, commonly known as a CBC test, measures the amount of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets in your blood to give you a basic understanding of your blood health and to establish a baseline before beginning medication.
  • Complete Blood Count (CBC) with Differential Test

    $49
    This Complete Blood Count Test with Differential Test, commonly known as a CBC test, measures the amount of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets in your blood to give you a basic understanding of your blood health and to establish a baseline before beginning medication.

Set forth towards a more healthy lifestyle with our selection of general wellness tests. These lab tests provide the perfect way to quickly pinpoint potential health risks and identify areas for personal improvement.

In addition to our series of individual wellness tests, we offer discounted multi-panel options which allow you to test for several common ailments, such as kidney disease and heart disease, all in the same visit.

Take Control of Your Health

Taking control of your general health means more than just eating healthy and hoping for the best. Remaining actively aware of your body and what it needs is an integral part of achieving peak wellness. You know your body best, but with a general health panel, you can stay in tune with even the smallest of details.

Signs You Need Wellness Testing

Wellness testing offers informative test results for a wide variety of health conditions. Not everyone experiences obvious symptoms. However, general wellness testing may be beneficial if you experience unexplainable ailments such as:

  • Frequent fatigue
  • Lightheadedness
  • Nausea
  • General discomfort

Depending on your personal needs or concerns, these health test options can vary in complexity, ranging from basic to more comprehensive. While some general wellness tests require a simple urine sample, a blood sample may be needed to measure levels of red blood cells, white blood cells (WBC), hormones and more.1

  1. Valencia Higuera. “What Is a White Blood Cell (WBC) Count?.” Healthline. March 11, 2022. https://www.healthline.com/health/wbc-count.