The Executive Health Exam Overview

One Day of Testing, Diagnosis & Education

While not everything related to our health can be identified in advance or predicted based on medical history or test results, knowledge is power and taking steps to enable earlier detection of trends and health warning signs is incredibly powerful.

The executive health exam begins with education, followed by diagnosis and ending with prevention.


The Executive Evaluation Center assists corporations and individuals in maximizing the probability of good health and long life. This goal is achieved by educating each individual on the current status of their health, as well as the steps required to optimize their future.

The day begins with a morning educational session where we offer you a detailed explanation of the tests, and what we hope to learn from them. While you are here we make every effort to make your visit as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Your individual room offers complete privacy during both your exam and consultation.

Our tests include everything you would expect from a first class annual check-up, plus a unique set of diagnostic studies available nowhere else, individualized to you based on your own personal situation.

Complete Cardiovascular Work-up

  • Stress Echocardiogram An echocardiogram is a test in which ultrasound is used to examine the heart.
  • Carotid Artery Ultrasound A test that shows the carotid arteries (vessels in the neck that provide blood flow to the brain), as well as how much blood flows and how fast it travels through them.
  • Electrocardiogram, Baseline An electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) is an electrical recording of the heart and is used in the investigation of heart disease.

Ultrasound Studies

  • Gallbladder Ultrasound An abdominal ultrasound uses reflected sound waves to produce a picture of the organs and other structures in the upper abdomen.
  • For Women: Transvaginal Examination of the Uterus and Ovaries A method of imaging the genital tract in women that is used to check for endometrial and ovarian cancer. The ultrasound machine sends out high-frequency sound waves, which bounce off body structures to create a picture.

CT (Computerized Tomography) Imaging

  • CT of the Chest Computed tomography of the chest uses special equipment to obtain multiple cross-sectional images of the organs and tissues of the chest. Used for detection of lung cancer.
  • CT of the Abdomen Computed tomography of the abdomen is particularly useful because it can show several types of tissue with great clarity, including organs like the liver, spleen, pancreas and kidneys.
  • Calcium Scoring A special X-ray called a computed tomography (CT) scan to find the buildup of calcium on the walls of the arteries of the heart (coronary arteries), a significant risk factor for heart disease.
  • Virtual Colonoscopy Non-invasive X-rays and computers are used to produce two- and three- dimensional images of the colon (large intestine) from the lowest part, the rectum, all the way to the lower end of the small intestine. The procedure is used to diagnose colon and bowel disease, including polyps, diverticulosis, and cancer.

Body Composition Analysis (Assess Body Fat)

The technical term used to describe the different components that, when taken together, make up a person's body weight.

Body Composition Analysis

Chest X-Ray

A simple X-ray useful in detecting lung cancers and other abnormalities of the chest.

Chest X-Ray


Screening X-rays for the early detection of breast cancer in women.


Bone Density

A non-invasive measurement of bone thickness to screen for bone thinning or osteoporosis.

Laboratory Tests

  • Cholesterol Screening
  • Liver Function Tests
  • Complete Chemistry Profile
  • Complete Blood Count
  • Urinalysis
  • Thyroid Studies (TSH)
  • HbA1C (early diabetes detection)
  • PSA (prostate cancer)
  • CA125 (ovarian cancer)
  • Ferritin (iron stores and a risk factor for diabetes and cancers of the liver and pancreas)
  • C-Reactive Protein-High Sensitivity ("vascular inflammation test", a risk factor for heart disease and stroke)
  • Homocysteine (another risk factor for heart disease or stroke)
Laboratory Tests

Comprehensive Physical Examination

All of the above testing is complemented with a thorough physical examination by your evaluating physician, including time to discuss issues that are important to you and your health.

Physical Examination


Your experience at the Executive Evaluation Center culminates with a private and extensive consultation and review of your test results with a highly qualified physician. The result of which will be a clear picture of the state of your health and a bound report summarizing our findings and recommendations for staying healthy. One of our physicians can also be available for your future care, if you so desire.