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Connecticut Health Screenings

State Health Screenings

Life Line Screening is recognized throughout the Constitution State. We are pleased to serve more than 307 Connecticut locations. Look for our preventive health screening events scheduled in communities throughout Connecticut

  • Norwalk
  • Stamford
  • West Hartford
  • Willimantic
  • Danbury
  • Waterford


Health screening enables you to find out if you have a particular disease or condition even if you do not have any symptoms and/or signs of disease. Early detection, followed by treatment and good control of the condition can result in better outcomes. Find out which recommended health screening test is suitable for you.

What is Health Screening?

Health screening is important to everyone. It involves the use of tests, physical examinations or other procedures to detect disease early in people who look or feel well. This is different from diagnostic tests which are done when someone is already showing signs and/or symptoms of a disease.

Why should I go for health screening?

Health screening helps you find out if you have a particular disease or condition even if you feel perfectly well, without any symptoms and/or signs of disease. Early detection, followed by treatment and good control of the condition can result in better outcomes, and lowers the risk of serious complications. It is therefore important to get yourself screened even if you feel perfectly healthy.

What kind of screening tests should I go for?

Lifeline Screening Offers several different types of Health Screenings. Take a look below at all the Life Line Health Screenings offered.

A painless, non-invasive procedure, an abdominal aortic aneurysm screening requires you to lie on your back while a technician uses ultrasound to take images and measurements of your abdominal aorta.

A non-invasive procedure used to detect irregular heartbeat (a major risk factor for stroke), an Atrial Fibrillation screening is performed by attaching EKG electrodes above your wrists and ankles.

  • A simple finger-stick test used to assess how well your kidneys are functioning, a creatinine screening uses an FDA-approved device adopted by more than 250 hospitals nationwide. The test does not require fasting and results are generated in less than a minute.
6 for Life Health Assessment
  • A disease risk assessment screening, 6 for Life is a written, personalized report that measures your risk for six major, chronic diseases including COPD. You receive a risk score for each disease condition — the report also identifies modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors.
Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) for Colorectal Cancer
  • Simple, painless and user friendly, this test can be done in the comfort of your own home. It uses antibodies to detect even the smallest traces of blood in the stool, a possible indication for CRC.
  • Our FIT test does not diagnose cancer; rather its usefulness is that it can detect blood in the stool, a symptom of CRC. However, blood in the stool can also be due to a number of benign causes, including polyps, hemorrhoids, rectal fissures and/or stomach ulcers. It is important to review your test results with your health care provider to determine the cause and to identify if further diagnostic testing is needed.
6 for Life Health Assessment
  • A disease risk assessment screening, 6 for Life is a written, personalized report that measures your risk for six major, chronic diseases including congestive heart failure. You receive a risk score for each disease condition — the report also identifies modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors.

A simple finger-stick screening that measures CRP levels in your blood, this test can help determine heart disease and stroke risk levels.

  • The elevated liver enzymes screening is a simple way for you to learn if your ALT and AST liver enzyme levels are in the normal range or if they are elevated, suggesting possible liver damage. A few drops of blood will be taken from your finger and analyzed at the screening site.
6 for Life, is a personalized report that predicts your risk of major chronic diseases:
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Heart Disease
  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
  • Lung Cancer
Life Line offers five non-invasive heart disease screenings to help you understand the risk.
  • Complete Lipid Panel Screening (High Cholesterol)
  • C-reactive Protein Screening
  • Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening
  • Glucose Screening
  • High Blood Pressure Screening
  • Quick and easy, this test is performed at every one of our heart screenings. It involves a pressure cuff being placed around your upper arm to monitor both diastolic and systolic blood pressure. The results are then compared to a standardized blood pressure chart.
Complete Lipid Panel Screening
  • LDL Cholesterol
  • HDL Cholesterol
  • Triglycerides
6 for Life Health Assessment
  • A disease risk assessment screening, 6 for Life is a written, personalized report that measures your risk for six major, chronic diseases including lung cancer. You receive a risk score for each disease condition — the report also identifies modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors.
  • An easy and painless procedure, an osteoporosis screening requires you to place your foot in an ultrasound device called a bone densitometer. This device then measures the bone mineral density of your heel. The heel is measured because its bone is similar to that found in the hip, where fractures most often occur.

A quick, easy and non-invasive procedure, PAD screening is done by using the ankle-brachial index (ABI). After removing your socks and shoes, you will have pressure cuffs placed around your upper arms and ankles. A small ultrasound device will then measure the systolic blood pressure in your limbs.

  • A simple blood test, the PSA Screening measures the amount of prostate-specific antigen (PSA), a protein produced by the prostate gland.
  • An abnormal PSA result is only one indicator of prostate cancer. Further testing, including repeat PSA testing and/or a digital rectal exam (DRE) is often required. The only definitive way to confirm a diagnosis is with a transrectal ultrasound-guided prostate biopsy, which will assign a Gleason score or “grade” to the cancer. This score helps physicians to determine what stage and how advanced the cancer is and assess the need for treatment.
Life Line offers five non-invasive stroke screenings to help you understand the risk.
  • Carotid Artery Disease Screening
  • Atrial Fibrillation (irregular heartbeat) Screening
  • Complete Lipid Panel Screening
  • C-reactive Protein Screening
TSH Screening for Thyroid Function and Disease
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH), produced by the pituitary gland in the brain, plays a key role in regulating thyroid hormone production. An abnormal TSH level can cause the thyroid gland to malfunction and lead to a variety of health issues.
  • A simple blood test, the TSH screening helps determine how well your thyroid gland is functioning and helps screen for thyroid disease by measuring blood TSH levels.
Blood Glucose screening for Type 2 Diabetes
  • Carotid Artery Disease Screening
  • Atrial Fibrillation (irregular heartbeat) Screening
  • Complete Lipid Panel Screening (High Cholesterol)
  • Glucose Screening
  • C-reactive Protein Screening
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