Top-tier health screening and diagnostics. A premium array of services sets this level apart. In addition to all the services in the Silver level, you have access to genetic testing to determine how your body processes certain drugs, three-part MRI, CT scan, an expanded blood screen and virtual colonoscopy.

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Nurse — 30 minutes

  • BMI assessment
  • Blood pressure
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • Urine analysis
  • Blood test

Physician — 90 minutes

  • Full medical examination
  • Discussion on family medical history
  • Personal medical review

Genetic counseling (if clinically necessary): 30 minutes

Genetic testing

  • Cancer screen — 66 genes linked to types of cancer where enhanced screening is associated with higher survival rates or even prevention
  • Cardiology screen — 77 genes
  • Genetic drug response (pharmacogenomics)

Diagnostic imaging

  • Three-part MRI
  • Low-dose CT chest (if clinically indicated)

Blood test

Test for 50 blood markers

  • Vitamin D levels
  • Vitamin B-12
  • Cholesterol
  • Blood sugar level
  • C-reactive protein (CRP)
  • Simple bowel screen
  • Prostate cancer risk
  • Ovarian cancer risk
  • Thyroid function

Cardiac testing

  • Resting ECG
  • Heart calcium scan (as indicated by diagnostic imaging above)
  • Stress ECG (if clinically indicated)


  • Hearing assessment


  • Eye pressure check (tonometry) to assess glaucoma risk


  • Lung spirometry test checking the function of the lungs

Urine testing

Expanded urine testing using microscopy and culturing checking for:

  • Liver function
  • Kidney function
  • Diabetes
  • White blood cell counts
  • Foreign yeast and bacteria

Body composition

  • Full scan

Bone density

  • DEXA scan for women over 50 and men over 60 years old (or younger for both sexes if clinically indicated)

Women only

  • Pap test (if clinically indicated)
  • Mammography for women over 40 years old (if clinically indicated)


  • Colonoscopy (if clinically indicated)

Follow-up visits

  • Two follow-up visits within 12 months from initial visit if clinically necessary