Executive Health Program
UC Irvine Health offers one of the most comprehensive health examinations available in Southern California through its Executive Health Program.
We provide individualized health assessments and consultations by a team of leading physicians, dietitians and exercise physiologists.
The program emphasizes identifying an individual's risk factors then focuses on modifying them to maximize the person’s chances of protecting their most valuable asset: their health. Our comprehensive and convenient program is designed especially for busy executives and their employees.
To make an appointment, call 949-824-8033.
Procedures are selected based on the patient's age, medical and family history. A typical comprehensive evaluation includes:
- Complete history and physical
- Chest X-ray
- Hearing evaluation
- Vision evaluation
- Comprehensive blood panel
- Body fat analysis
- Lung function testing
- Resting electrocardiogram (ECG)
- Treadmill stress test
- Strength and flexibility test
- Colon cancer screening
- Follow-up visit to discuss exam and lab results
- Personalized nutrition appraisal with a registered dietitian
- Personalized exercise prescription
Additional screenings are available and tailored to your specific needs.
Tailored specifically to each participant's age, sex and lifestyle, these thorough examinations are especially valuable in uncovering medical problems that may otherwise have gone undetected. The Executive Health Program offers one-on-one attention, plenty of time for questions and discussion, personal follow-up and top-flight testing—all conducted at a nationally recognized medical center equipped with the latest technology and a highly trained staff.
Presentation of results
Participants receive a leather-bound portfolio containing the results of the physical exam and laboratory tests, along with a state-of-the-art computer software-generated "health risk appraisal."
Using the data from the physical, laboratory results and information regarding the individual's lifestyle, the software estimates the risk of developing many diseases, including heart disease, many types of cancer and diabetes. In addition to its immediate value, this information can serve as a benchmark—one that participants can refer in future years for accurate comparisons.