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Cholesterol Testing and Counseling

A fingerstick test is used to obtain results for total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides and blood glucose. During each 20-minute appointment, a registered nurse will run the cholesterol test and will also check blood pressure and provide health education materials. The test itself takes about 5 minutes, and the RN will explain your results, assess risk for diabetes and heart attack, and provide follow-up recommendations. As part of American Heart Month in Feb., cholesterol tests are free for Health District residents (Fort Collins and northern Larimer County). Cost for all others is $15.

An 8-hour fast is recommended, and water and medications are permitted. Cholesterol testing is available 8:15-10:30am at the Health District, 120 Bristlecone Drive in north Fort Collins. Appointments are strongly recommended, call 970-224-5209. If time allows, we will serve those without an appointment.

Start date 02/08/18
Web site http://www.healthdistrict.org/heart
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