Health Screenings

The University of Arizona encourages employees to be proactive with their health and wellness. Benefits-eligible employees qualify for a free annual health screening, monthly health checks, and more!

Annual Mini-Health Screening

Health Screenings

This free 20-minute screening, conveniently located on the University's main campus in Tucson, includes:

  • Fasting* blood test, with blood sugar measurements and full cholesterol and lipid panels
  • Hemoglobin A1C test
  • Blood pressure check
  • Height, weight, and waist circumference measurements
  • Osteoporosis and bone-density screenings ($35 copay for women under 40)
  • Prostate-Specific Antigen screening (men 40 and older only)

Benefits-eligible employees may participate in one Mini-Health Screening per year. Results will be mailed to participants within 10 business days. On request, a copy of the results can also be mailed to your primary care physician. 

Registration is required. (NOTE: All screening appointments for the rest of the 2020 calendar year have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Please check again in 2021 for available sessions.)

Earn HIP points for your Mini-Health Screenings!

*Fasting for 8 hours prior to appointment. Water and medications only. 

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Monthly Health Checks

A quick and convenient opportunities for employees to monitor their health, these free 10-minute health checks include:

  • Body composition analysis
  • Waist circumference measurement
  • Blood pressure check
  • Brief discussion with a trained health professional

Find a Health Check near you!

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Mobile On-site Mammography

Receive a full-field digital mammogram and computer-aided diagnosis reading. Breast implant patients can be accommodated.

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Prostate On-Site Project

These convenient, confidential prostate cancer screenings take about 15 minutes and include:

  • Prostate-Specific Antigen blood draw
  • Digital rectal exam
  • Testicular exam
  • Board-certified urologist consultation

Check again in 2021!