Life Line Screening is a tool of empowerment for individuals to gain insight into their particular overall health status. “According to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 70% of the 2.6 million deaths that occur each year are attributed to potentially preventable chronic diseases. The advances in medical research, testing and technology has afforded the practice of preventative health care to detect early onset of disease processes contributing to the loss of bodily functions and eliminate a number untimely deaths. A proactive approach to health care necessitates knowing the risk factors that may predispose one to preventable disease and/or adverse health condition. Knowledge is power when the goal is to achieve and/or maintain optimum health.
Life Line Screening a privately held preventative healthcare and wellness organization was founded in 1993 by Colin Scully and Timothy Phillips. Since its inception, the organization has conducted millions of screenings throughout the contiguous United States and the United Kingdom via the more than 16,000 community events it holds annually. Life Line Screening works in conjunction with numerous health-related organizations, hospitals, and insurance companies in an effort to ensure the relevancy and quality of the screening services offered. In addition, all test results are thoroughly reviewed by board certified and licensed medical professionals for accuracy before it is disseminated to screened clientele and learn more about Life Line Screening.
Life Line Screening is a comprehensive health tool that benefits both doctors and patients alike. The Clinical Management Team at Life Line Screening works hard to ensure the highest level of quality control throughout our screening processes. Life Line Screening is able to provide important medical information that doctors and patients can utilize together to proactively pursue treatment options and incorporate lifestyle changes to improve, maintain and maximize the benefits of healthy living and read full aritcle.