Annual health screenings help doctors find conditions before you have symptoms. Early treatment for conditions such as diabetes, heart disease or certain types of cancers can help prevent long-term complications.
Clark Memorial offers free health screenings as part of our comprehensive preventive care program. It’s part of our commitment to keeping our community healthy.
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Clark Memorial screens for general health signs and symptoms that lead to more serious conditions, such as:
The decision to get screened depends on your age, gender, family history or whether you have risk factors for certain diseases.
If you are age 45 or older, it's recommended that you begin colorectal cancer screenings. Early detection of colon cancer can help save lives. If fact, colorectal screenings can identify colon cancers early, when the odds of successful treatment are greatest, and can help detect polyps before they become cancerous. :earn more about your colon health.
Digestive discomforts like heartburn, stomach upset, acid reflux and painful gas can have a significant impact on quality of life and could be symptoms of serious medical problems.
Coronary artery disease can affect blood flow to the heart, resulting in painful angina or heart attack. Performed in an outpatient setting, calcium scoring is a safe and painless test that can detect potential heart problems before they advance. The procedure uses a special CT scan to check for the buildup of calcium on the walls of the coronary arteries of the heart. Clark Memorial offers Calcium Scoring at the hospital in Jeffersonville and at the Hunter Station Medical Center. The cost is $50.
If you have questions about your heart health but aren’t quite sure where to begin, start with a heart health assessment and learn more about any risks you may have for heart-related conditions.
Arthritis and joint pain can substantially reduce mobility and make daily living difficult. At Clark Memorial, orthopedic care starts with you. Our orthopedic surgeons are focused on helping you understand your condition, and offer the full spectrum of care for bone and joint injuries, disorders and diseases. Our goal is to find the best path forward to your recovery.
Low-dose CT scan is currently the only recommended screening test for lung cancer. Clark Memorial offers special pricing through our Low-Dose CT Lung Screening Program for those at risk, including those who:
Our program includes a cost of $110 for the screening. This special cash price can save patients approximately $300 in out-of-pocket expenses, for those whose insurance plan does not cover the cost.
This is a cash pay program; eligibility requirements must be met prior to screening. Clark Memorial offers the Low Dose CT lung screening at our main hospital campus or at Hunter Station in Sellersburg. A radiologist will interpret your results and discuss with you at the time of your appointment.
Are you experiencing acute or chronic pain in the back or neck or have an injury affecting the back, neck or nerves along the length of the spine?
Early detection of vascular disease can prevent you from having a serious life-threatening condition such as a stroke, heart attack or abdominal aneurysm. Vascular screening at Clark Memorial is a fast, noninvasive test performed with ultrasound technology. Our screening tests include:
The vascular screening test costs $50. You do not need a referral from a physician to have a vascular screening. Results are available on the same day of your screening.
Osteoporosis is common and a serious bone condition that affects both women and men. If left untreated, osteoporosis can lead to brittle bones, fractures and arthritis. A bone density scan is a type of X-ray that measures the strength of your bones. Clark Memorial offers this noninvasive option for men and women with certain risk factors, including:
Our experienced Bone Health Team offers a wide range of services for men and woment of all ages including:
Clark Memorial is a member of the American Orthopaedic Association's Own the Bone® program, a national post-fracture, systems-based, multidisciplinary fragility fracture prevention initiative.