- Healthy Heart Screening, Idaho Falls, 2/2, 2/3, 2/9, 2/10
Take advantage of this great opportunity to receive a $20 healthy heart blood draw at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center. Results will be available Saturday, 2/25. Read more...
- Heart & Health Fair Idaho Falls, 2/25
Pick up your blood draw results, participate in other health screenings, and visit education booths. Read more...
- Wellness Screenings Idaho Falls, Blackfoot, Shelley, Pocatello, February
Schedule your appointment during the month of February for a reduced cost Wellness Screening; a $50 value for $20 during February. Screenings include blood pressure, height/weight/BMI, cholesterol/glucose, and a free provider consultation. Read more and schedule your screening now!
- Know Your Heart Health Pocatello, February
Know your numbers. Take advantage of Portneuf Medical's reduced lab fees during the month of February. Your heart will be glad you did. Read more...
- Heart to Heart Screenings CDA, February
Sponsored by Kootenai Health, Heart to Heart Screenings occur every February. Read more on how to get scheduled for this affordable blood test and cardiac risk assessment. Your heart will thank you!
- Cholesterol/Glucose Screening, Boise, 2/7, CDHD (at Central District Health Department): $25, First Tuesday/monthly. Mountain Home: every 3 months. See the website for details.
- Cardiac Risk Assessment/Blood Draw, St. Luke's, Meridian, 2/02 & 2/23
Clinic includes fasting cholesterol panel and glucose levels, and cardiac risk profile for $20.. Pre-registration required. Clinics are scheduled for 2/02, 2/23, 6/15, and 10/12. Phone 208-381-9000 to register. Read more...
Check with your local hospital regarding "walk-in" cholesterol screening availability and costs. For more resources and Information on heart health, visit Heart Health
- Bear Lake: 208-847-1630
- American Falls: 208-226-3200
- Malad: 208-766-2231
- Soda Springs: 208-547-3341
- Fort Hall: 208-238-5435
- Arco: 208-527-8206
- Preston: 208-852-4123
It's Heart Month!
Cardiac Risk (Cholesterol) Clinics
Know your numbers. For ongoing community Cardiac Risk Profile Clinics (e.g., cholesterol & glucose checks), contact your area hospital or District Health Office.
Flu Shot Clinics
It's that time of year! See Flu Resources for more information.
Get your mammogram!
Breast Cancer Screening Final Recommendations from U.S. Preventive Services Task Force
Schedule your Mammogram! SW Idaho provider phone numbers/locations. Schedule yours now!
Saint Alphonsus Health System, SW Idaho
To schedule a mammogram at any of the SARMC Breast Cancer Centers in Boise, Nampa, Ontario, or Baker City, phone 208-367-8787 or toll free at 877-397-8787.
Check out the mobile locations on the 2015 Mobile Schedule, then call Saint Alphonsus to schedule your mobile mammography appointment at 208-367-3571. If you live or work in a rural area, this is a great opportunity to get your screening done! Check the 2016 Mobile Mammography Schedule.
Saint Luke's Health System, SW Idaho
Call 208-706-2055 to 1-866-381-2055 to make your mammography or mobile mammography appointment.
Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello
To schedule your mammogram at Portneuf Medical Center, phone 208-239-1500.
Portneuf's Mobile Mammography Coach visits the following Pocatello area cities each month; call to schedule an appointment at that site.
For Mammography Services in your area, contact your doctor, or your local hospital.
Community Health Screenings
Free health screenings for adults 18+ with no insurance or limited access to preventive care. Read more details...
February 9th: Boise
March 9th: Meridian
April 13th: Boise
Skin Cancer Screenings
Check with your doctor anytime you have a suspicious area on your skin. Some local health fairs provide free skin cancer screenings. Some local dermatology clinics have free walk-in clinics. See the Skin Cancer Screening webpage.
For information on skin cancer and staying safe in the sun, go to Sun Safety.
Men's Health: Prostate Cancer Screenings
Check with your doctor/clinic or local hospital regarding screening clinics in your area. Concerned? Schedule an appointment with your physician.