Life Line Screening has served some 8 million people since its inception more than twenty years ago. The company provides preventive health screenings in community-based buildings such as churches, town halls, and libraries. Each of their sixty teams serves a specific geographic area, setting up each day in a different location, much like a mobile MASH unit or a blood drive.
Life Line Screening provides community-based health screenings for people with certain risk factors. While the screenings may not be covered by insurance, Life Line offers many affordable options.
- Available in 100+ cities
- Variety of tests available
- May not be covered by insurance
The price of Life Line Screening was reasonable. Their people were nice and professional. They won’t make you feel nervous about anything. They checked the chest, heart and blood pressure, then the legs and the neck. You whiz in and out of there in an hour.Read full review
Every year, I look forward to the Life Line screening. The tech is very good. He goes through all the necessary tests and gave a result. I [know] what I need to do to make any adjustments in my life. It's excellent. I recommend a lot of my friends to go and do the test, and they do.Read full review
What is Life Line Screening?
Life Line Screening provides preventive health screenings for a variety of medical conditions and concerns with services geared toward adults over 50. Screenings are available for heart, liver, kidney, bone and joint health, as well as cancer, stroke and diabetes risk, among others.
Is Life Line Screening worth it?
Life Line Screenings provides affordable health screenings to the public. Life Line Screening reviews mention the ease and affordability of the service, as well as the friendliness of the staff. Whether or not a life screen is worth the money will be a personal decision. Health screenings can show you your risk factors for common disease and potentially help with early detection, but not all tests are created equal. The US Preventative Screenings Task Force lays out which screenings they think are worthwhile, and which aren’t. However, for peace of mind, a simple screening can make it worth the time and investment. If you’re working in tandem with your doctor, preventative health screenings can be a good tool.
Life Line Screening tests
Screenings are available in the categories of heart disease and stroke, liver, kidney and diabetes, cancer, bone and joint, and general wellness. You can find a full list of the screening panels they offer below. Life Line Screening’s tests are non-invasive and performed via ultrasound, blood work or EKG.
- Heart Disease and Stroke
- Carotid Artery Disease
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
- Atrial Fibrillation
- Peripheral Arterial Disease
- High Cholesterol / Complete Lipid Panel
- 6 For Life Health Assessment
- C-Reactive Protein
- Liver, Kidney, Diabetes
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Elevated Liver Enzyme
- Vital Organ Screening - Men and Women
- A1c Screening
- Kidney Function, Liver Function and C-Reactive Protein - Men and Women
- Prostate Cancer
- Colorectal Cancer
- Prostate and Testosterone - Men
- Bone and Joint
- Vitamin D
- Bone Health - Men and Women
- Wellness Panels and Other Screenings
- Annual Key Health - Men and Women
- Wellness Panel - Men
- Wellness Panel Premium PLUS - Men
- Wellness Panel - Women
- Wellness Panel Plus - Women
- Thyroid Disease
- Testosterone Deficiency
Life Line Screening preparation
You will receive preparation instructions for the screening(s) you select; but generally, you’ll be required to fast for a certain number of hours prior to the exam. They recommend you wear loose clothing to your appointment and avoid any oils or lotion on the skin.
Life Line Screening results
The goal of Life Line Screening is to provide people with early detection and prevention. Most results are designed to help you understand your risk factors for specific diseases and conditions, like cardiovascular disease, stroke, cancer and osteoporosis. Understanding your risk factors for these common yet devastating diseases can be instrumental in the prevention and the maintenance of your overall health.
Life Line Screening FAQ
- How much does Life Line Screening cost?
- The popular "6 for Life" Health Screening costs $79 and assesses your risk factors for developing heart disease, stroke, congestive heart failure, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and lung cancer.
- Where is Life Line Screening located?
- Life Line Screening has locations in over 100 cities in the U.S. You can use the “find a location” tool on their website to enter your zip code and find one nearest you.
- Is Life Line Screening legitimate?
- Yes. Life Line Screening is a legitimate company providing community-based health screenings. Life Line Screenings will show you your risk factors for certain conditions, but it can’t replace your doctor. To get the most out of a health screening, you’ll want your tests analyzed by your primary care physician. You should always continue to consult your doctor about how to prevent disease.
- Is Life Line Screening covered by insurance?
- Many preventative health screenings are not covered by insurance. You’ll want to check with your provider to be sure.
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Every year, I look forward to do the Life Line screening. They monitor stuff that you do and make sure that everything is okay. Since I've been introduced to this service, I stick with it. The tech is very good. He goes through all the necessary tests and gave a result. I knew what I need to do to make any adjustments in my life. It's excellent. I recommend a lot of my friends to go and do the test, and they do.
Hello Lenford, We’re delighted to read your feedback about Life Line Screening services!! Thank you for taking time to share your positive experience. We aim to provide the best cardiovascular health screening services for each customer!
With Life Line Screening, I had a positive, comfortable experience that provided facts and reassuring results. Life Line's content marketing approach drew me. I have seen a couple of times the flyer that was coming around with the information printed on it. Also age was a factor, but more specifically just looking at a milestone in my own personal age, whenever you reach a new decade to kind of reassess things. Life Line was very close to where I'm living. And the cost to do it for that convenience of being close, when I balanced it out, I was willing to pay that just for that convenience to get everything done without having to really go to my primary care provider who is actually further away than they were. So, then it was a time saving factor for me too that I didn't have to drive and go through a clinic.
Even though you could expect an hour to an hour and a half that you're there, there was something that suggested it could happen pretty quick because it's multiple stations on one place. So, the driving time for me to go to my primary care doctor and then the time that it would take to get all those tests lined up and go to different sections of the clinic that would probably take several hours versus getting it done in one time.
I had more than one tech because each station had different techs at it and everybody was good. When I first walked in, I was greeted very positively. I didn't have a wait time. And then I was directed where to sit. The technicians all explained what was going on. Also, they all kept saying, "Are you comfortable? Is this a comfortable position? Do you need a pillow?" They checked in on how I was physically feeling as I was preparing. One even asked, "Are you nervous?" "Are you getting tests?" And they would be like, "There's no pain." They did all those types of things to just be reassuring. It was very efficient and I felt informed.
I got the peripheral arterial disease screening. I also got the one for a condition which could lead to sudden death if you have some kind of rupture in the stomach, and they did an ultrasound in the stomach area to identify that. They also did an EKG. And for the PAD test, it was like doing different pressures on my body to make sure there was some kind of balance. They looked for an imbalance between blood pressure across different parts of the body. I got what I went there for. The results were complete and they were all positive. And because of them being positive, it would reduce any anxieties again as I'm getting older about those possible things being there. I'd recommend Life Line. I have suggested it to other people.
Antanas, We love hearing great feedback like yours. Our goal at Life Line Screening, is to make sure that we make quality preventive cardiovascular health care .....affordable & convenient. Thank you so much for your business, we greatly appreciate it !
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Life Line called me one day and told me that preventive screening was something that would be good to do, and I did it. I went last year for the first time and then I went again this year. I personally like the way I was treated. I really felt cared-for. They were very, very kind to me. During the process, I was totally 100% comfortable. They did about five different tests on my legs, on my arms, on my stomach, and on my neck. They were caring, and very, very professional. Another thing that I appreciated was the fact that they have everybody on a time schedule. When I go in there, I know exactly how long it will gonna be.
It’s good to be able to have a personalized care like that. The types of tests that they’re giving are tests that are life saving or it could inform you if there’s a life threatening situation. And you need that type of affordability in your life as you get older to be able to monitor your own health. The care that they give you is done in a nice amount of time, and you also get your results back in about two weeks. It’s worth it.
I’m very impressed with Life Line Screening. They let me know that I’m on a high risk of having a stroke. I got a little scared when I heard that. But, it’s good to know. I don’t take it lightly, but I’m glad that I knew about it. It has made me more aware of the fact that I need to take care of myself better. I would recommend Life Line.
Thanks for the positive feedback Arlene. We do our best at Life Line Screening to provide you with quality preventative cardiovascular screening services conducted by professional staff with the goal to ensure that every customer has a great experience. We appreciate your loyalty and look forward to serving you again.
I've used Life Line for several years now so this is probably the sixth time I've had a test done and I like the convenience and the pricing for what I get ‘cause if going to the doctor and try to get all that, a lot of times the person has to have a medical reason instead of just being preventative, which Life Line got, and it's a lot higher too. I did a general screening and I also did the new one for the colon cancer, although I've never gotten my results back and I need to follow up with that. For the type of test I had done, I had to fast so that’s the worst part. I can't have coffee. But the process has been very easy. They're typically very quick. I also like the type of people they go and I always end up having great conversations with the people that are there.
I've always been very pleased with the value as far as what I'm getting. They’ve gotta send after the test and I understand that because of the reading. A lot of times they'd let you know that everything was fine but they'd send it off so at least, in that way, you're not to worry. I also like that if they see anything, immediately they will either refer you and you're not having to wait. As I've read in some of the testimonials, even people they’ve done immediately, like in the emergency room and the ones that are always doing the test, they always have some great personalities. There was also a $25 gift card because I also participated in a study on some kind of weight loss. They were kind too.
Hi Alyssa, We really value your feedback about your experience with Life Line Screening services. We are so grateful for returning customers like yourself who are pleased with our service and see the value. Make sure and share this experience with fiends and family so we can help them also. Have a great day!
I retired and I hadn't gotten Medicare, and I normally did a check-up every year. So, I just pay the money to have the check-up done through Life Line Screening. My experience with them has been excellent. They were doing different types of screening for just one price. If I had gone somewhere else, I would've had to get a referral for that, to have a referral for this, to have a referral for this thing, and I just wasn't for that. I wanted to get everything done at one time, and it worked out perfectly.
The Life Line Screening techs were the best. They were nice, friendly, and they explained everything they were going to do and what it was for. They were very thorough. It is a very nice team. They were very knowledgeable, addressed all of my questions, and they also gave me advice on certain things that I should look at because I've been having a problem with my high blood pressure since I was 14. My blood pressure always stay high even though I'm on medication and general medication since 15 years old. No matter what they had given me, it never worked to get my blood pressure down to where it's supposed to be.
So, I spoke to one of the nurses and she told me to see a nephrologist to see if my kidneys were working properly and my liver was working properly. I wanted to go back and do my screening through Life Line Screening for other things because they only just touched on a few things. But I wanted to use their service to get any other screening that they offer besides the one that I had done. And I told several of my friends about it also. I let them know that it was fast, it was very informative, the people were very nice, and I loved it. It was great.
The quality of the results that I got from the screening wasn't that bad. A couple other things that were on there, I knew already that it was a possibility, but I just wanted to make sure that I was having to be going to one doctor. And I also liked that with Life Line Screening, I was in one facility and there were five things done. To me, that's important. I did the heart disease, stroke, cancer, bone and joint screening, which was awesome. And also, I asked them if there were any other tests that they did besides the one that I had done so I can have it done through them.
With the screening results, I've known I had high blood pressure, but I already knew that. And my COPD is not that high, but they want me to have another test done in April. Everything else was good. So I'm not worried. Before, I was worried because I normally have a physical every year nonstop. I've been doing it for 30 years. And then, my life changed, and I didn't have medical coverage. I use that as an alternative to make sure that I was okay. They put me at ease. It's the most awesome thing. I just wish they do everything that could go wrong with the human body. I wish they do a screening for all of that. Still, I'm satisfied.
Andrewlynn, We love hearing stories like yours, especially when it helps people like you save money and get valuable cardiovascular health screening services. Please tell your friends about Life Line Screening services, so they can experience the same benefits that you did.- Thanks!
This is the fourth year I've done preventive screening and financially, it has definitely helped not having to put out a ton of dollars. It’s a whole lot less expensive than going through your doctor’s office to try to get all of the tests that they do done. It also definitely makes me aware of my decision where I can do better. Whenever I go to do the Life Line Screening, afterwards, I go and have my annual physical done with my primary doctor. It is generally just a confirmation. He’ll do my blood pressure and a separate blood panel. But they usually run hand-in-hand with what the results are with the Life Line. So I’m content with the result. I think they’re legit.
The people are also always very gracious and helpful with the information that they give, like what’s available to me for whatever price they have going at the time. They always undercuts the doctor’s office, no matter what. Then each person has their station that they do the test with and I ask about their credentials. I wanna know if they know what they’re doing and if they’ve been schooled and trained to do it, and the majority of them have had some type of a medical background, which is really good. I definitely feel better with it. I had a panel that checks for chronic COPD, diabetes, congestive heart failure, coronary heart disease and stroke, as well as kidney disease, blood pressure, waste and weight. They set a complete list of panel, including glucose and the C-reactive whatever, the abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral arterial disease and osteoporosis. Then they send you the results thing and it is very easy to read. I have highly recommended them to friends.
Thank you, Alesia! We appreciate your loyalty and positive feedback! We’re happy to hear that Life Line Screening was able to provide the cardiovascular health screening services you needed. It's customers like you that make us proud to serve the community's needs. - Look forward to seeing you again!
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I do preventive screening every so often and decided to try Life Line because of the cost. I could use a more comfortable chair during wait, but it is what it is. We were at a church and when you’re in different places they have to use what they have. I did the bone density and the arteries screening. The techs made me very comfortable. I gave the results to my doctor and he went with it.
I like the fact that Life Line do things that you don’t get done at your doctor’s. I’ve had the carotid and gotten EKG. Most of the techs are very good but some of them might be a little more personable. If they're a little friendlier, they'd make me feel more at ease. Other than that, going through the screening is very quick and not time-consuming. It’s something that people should take advantage of.
I got heart disease screening from Life Line Screening and everyone was cordial. And I paid a fair value for the quality of the results I received.
My first experience was the people were way overbooked the first day I had to schedule. They had too many people coming to that one place that day. I got there at 1 o’clock or so and they had people waiting from early in the morning, Obviously, they weren’t gonna get to me that day. They were hours and hours behind schedule. I rescheduled and went to a city a little further away on another time and that went okay. I got a full body screening, right from the ankle to the head to neck. They were professional and overall, I felt like it was worthwhile.
I have been doing preventative screening for several years. I figured preventative screening covered a lot of things that doctors don’t. I've used Life Line Screening, which has a good reputation They were very efficient, pleasant and took care of things. The tech chatted with me and asked if everything was okay. The quality of the results was very worthwhile. It gave me assurance that everything was going along fine and when I gave it to the doctor, they were happy to have all that info.
Life Line Screening Company Information
- Company Name:
- Life Line Screening
- Company Type:
- Barton Oaks Plaza 2, Suite 130
- Postal Code:
- United States
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