Orlando Basic Health Panel Test


Ensure your health is on track with our Basic Health Panel Test, now available in Orlando. This screening includes a Complete Metabolic Panel (CMP), Complete Blood Count (CBC), and Urinalysis, providing a detailed overview of your overall well-being. Quick and accurate, our lab offers the convenience and reliability you need for your routine health check-up.

The Basic Health Panel includes three tests that are commonly ordered during an annual exam to assess your general health. For example, this panel will evaluate many different factors such as blood components, electrolytes, and blood sugar.

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Optimize your health management with our Orlando Basic Health Panel Test, an essential tool for comprehensive health monitoring. This thorough panel includes three fundamental tests:

  1. Complete Metabolic Panel (CMP): Evaluates your body’s chemical balance and metabolism, encompassing vital tests like liver and kidney function, blood sugar, blood proteins, and electrolytes.
  2. Complete Blood Count (CBC): Provides valuable insight into your overall health by examining various blood components, including red and white blood cells and platelets. This test is crucial for detecting a wide range of disorders, from anemia to infection.
  3. Urinalysis: A simple yet informative test that checks the appearance, concentration, and content of urine. It’s instrumental in detecting disorders such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease, and diabetes.

Who Should Get Tested:

This panel is ideal for anyone seeking a general health status overview, especially those undergoing a routine health check-up or monitoring specific conditions.

This is a great budget friendly option for anyone wanting to check their general health. Moreover, this panel includes three common tests generally ordered during a wellness check, and these tests can help identify different health conditions such as anemia, infection, kidney and liver function, and heart disease.

As a result, regular exams and tests such as this one can find problems before they even start allowing for better treatment and peace of mind. Also, knowing some basic information about your health can also help you to make choices toward a healthier lifestyle

Sample Type

The test involves a simple blood draw and a urine sample, both of which are conducted with utmost care and professionalism.

  • Blood and urine samples
  • 1 mL serum collected in SST
  • 1 mL whole blood collected in EDTA tube
  • 10 mL (minimum of 2 mL) random urine, no preservative


  • How often should I get the Basic Health Panel Test? – Typically, it is recommended annually as part of a regular health check-up, but your healthcare provider may suggest a different frequency based on your health status.
  • Do I need to fast before the test? – Fasting for 8-12 hours is often required for the CMP to ensure accurate glucose and lipid level readings.
  • How will I receive my test results? – Results are typically available within a few days and can be accessed securely online or discussed with your healthcare provider.
  • What should I do if my results are abnormal? – Abnormal results warrant a consultation with your healthcare provider to understand the implications and determine the next steps.

Our Orlando-based laboratory is dedicated to providing quick, accurate, and reliable testing services. Trust us to be your partner in maintaining and monitoring your health.


Turnaround time

  • Note: Result turnaround times are only an estimate and may be subject to change.
  • Test turnaround time for this panel is typically 1-2 business days.

Patient Preparation

  • This panel requires fasting (no food or drink, only water) for 8-12 hours before your appointment.

Basic Health Panel Individual Test Information

What does the Basic Health Panel test for?

  • Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)

    • Glucose
    • BUN (blood urea nitrogen)
    • Creatinine
    • EGFR
    • BUN/Creatinine Ratio
    • Sodium
    • Potassium
    • Chloride
    • Carbon Dioxide
    • Calcium
    • Protein
    • Albumin
    • Globulin
    • Albumin/Globulin Ratio
    • Bilirubin
    • Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP)
    • AST (SGOT)
    • ALT (SGPT)
FAQs about a CMP Test
  • What is the purpose of measuring sugar (glucose) levels in the CMP?
    Measuring sugar (glucose) levels in the CMP helps to assess how well the body is processing and utilizing glucose, which is important for monitoring diabetes, hypoglycemia, or other glucose-related disorders.
  • What specific function does the CMP measure related to the liver?
    The CMP measures liver function, helping to evaluate the liver’s ability to metabolize nutrients, remove toxins, and produce important proteins.
  • What specific function does the CMP measure related to the kidneys?
    The CMP measures kidney function, providing information about how well the kidneys are filtering waste products from the blood.
  • What aspects of health are assessed by the Comprehensive Metabolic Panel?
    The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel assesses sugar (glucose) levels, electrolyte and fluid balance, kidney function, and liver function.
  • What parameters does the Comprehensive Metabolic Panel measure?
    The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) measures sugar (glucose) levels, electrolyte and fluid balance, kidney function, and liver function.


  • Complete Blood Count (CBC)

    • WBC (White Blood Cells)
    • RBC (Red Blood Cells)
    • Hemoglobin
    • Hematocrit
    • MCV
    • MCH
    • MCHC
    • RDW
    • Platelets
    • Neutrophils (Absolute and percentage)
    • Lymphocytes (Absolute and percentage)
    • Monocytes (Absolute and percentage)
    • Eosinophils (Absolute and percentage)
    • Basophils (absolute and percentage)
FAQs about a CBC Test
  • What is a CBC test?
    • A Complete Blood Count (CBC) is a blood test used to evaluate your overall health and detect a variety of disorders, including anemia, infection, and many other diseases.
  • What does a CBC test measure?
    • A CBC test measures several components and features of your blood, including red blood cells (which carry oxygen), white blood cells (which fight infection), hemoglobin (the oxygen-carrying protein in red blood cells), hematocrit (the proportion of red blood cells to the fluid component, or plasma, in your blood), and platelets (which help with blood clotting).
  • How should I prepare for a CBC test?
    • In most cases, no special preparation is needed. However, it’s always best to follow any instructions given by your healthcare provider or the testing facility.
  • Is fasting required for a CBC test?
    • Fasting is not typically required for a CBC test. You can eat and drink normally unless otherwise instructed by your healthcare provider.
  • How is the test performed?
    • The test is performed by drawing a small amount of blood from a vein, usually in your arm.
  • Is the CBC test painful?
    • You may feel a slight prick when the needle is inserted or removed, but the procedure is generally quick and causes minimal discomfort.
  • How long does it take to get results from a CBC test?
    • Results from a CBC test are usually ready within 24-48 hours.
  • What do abnormal CBC results mean?
    • Abnormal results can indicate a range of conditions, from infections and inflammation to anemia and other blood disorders. It’s important to discuss the results with your healthcare provider for an accurate interpretation.
  • Can I have a normal CBC and still be sick?
    • Yes, a normal CBC does not rule out all diseases. Other tests may be necessary depending on your symptoms and health history.
  • Should I regularly get a CBC test?
    • The frequency of CBC tests should be determined by your healthcare provider based on your health status and any underlying conditions.


  • Urinalysis (Complete)

    • Specific Gravity
    • pH
    • Color
    • Appearance
    • Protein
    • Glucose
    • Ketones
    • Occult Blood
    • Bilirubin
    • Urobilinogen
    • Microscopic Examination
FAQs about a Complete Urinalysis Test
  • What does the Routine Urinalysis check for?
    • The Routine Urinalysis is a comprehensive test that examines multiple parameters in the urine. It plays a crucial role in identifying various conditions and abnormalities. By analyzing 12 different levels in the urine, this diagnostic procedure aids in the detection of urinary tract infections (UTIs), renal diseases, and any irregularities present in the urine. With its wide range of assessments, the Routine Urinalysis provides valuable insights into the overall health and functioning of the urinary system.


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