Annual Physical Comprehensive Panel

Annual Physical Comprehensive Panel

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This lab test panel includes lab tests ordered by many physicians performing comprehensive annual physical exams. It does not include the actual phyisician physical exam, only these six tests:

  • CBC
  • CMP
  • Lipids
  • A1C
  • TSH
  • Urinalysis.


Annual physical exams are an essential part of preventive healthcare. These routine check-ups aim to monitor the overall health, identify potential health issues early, and establish baselines for personalized healthcare. A fundamental component of these annual exams involves laboratory tests, which provide physicians with a detailed understanding of a patient's bodily functions. This article explores the most common lab tests included in this panel, namely: CBC (Complete Blood Count), CMP (Comprehensive Metabolic Panel), Lipid Profile, A1C, TSH (Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone), and Urinalysis.

Complete Blood Count (CBC)

The Complete Blood Count (CBC) test is a broad screening test used to assess the overall health and detect a wide range of disorders such as anemia, infection, and leukemia.

Importance of CBC

A CBC measures various components and features of your blood, including red blood cells, which carry oxygen; white blood cells, which fight infection; and platelets, which help blood to clot. Variations in these components can indicate numerous health conditions, which is why this test forms a fundamental part of the annual exam.

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)

The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) is a group of 14 blood tests that provide an overview of the body's chemical balance and metabolism.

Importance of CMP

A CMP typically includes tests for blood sugar (glucose) levels, electrolyte and fluid balance, kidney function, and liver function. The results can help diagnose conditions like diabetes, kidney disease, and liver disease, among others.

Lipid Profile

The lipid profile is a group of tests used to determine the risk of coronary heart disease.

Importance of Lipid Profile

This panel measures the amount of cholesterol and triglycerides in your blood. High levels of these can lead to atherosclerosis, a condition that increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. Regular monitoring can help manage these levels and prevent associated diseases.

Hemoglobin A1C

The A1C test provides a picture of your average blood sugar (glucose) control for the past 2 to 3 months.

Importance of A1C

This test is particularly crucial for people with diabetes, but it's also used for diagnosis in at-risk individuals. A high A1C level is a risk factor for diabetes and can indicate issues with blood sugar control in diagnosed patients.

Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

TSH tests evaluate how well your thyroid is working and are usually done if you have symptoms of a low or high thyroid hormone level.

Importance of TSH

The thyroid gland plays a vital role in the body's metabolic processes. Variations in TSH can lead to conditions such as hypothyroidism (low thyroid function) or hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid). Regular TSH tests can help in early detection and management of these conditions.


Urinalysis is a test that assesses the urine and is typically used to detect diseases of the urinary system and metabolic diseases, such as diabetes.

Importance of Urinalysis

Urinalysis can reveal substances in the urine not normally present, such as glucose, protein, red blood cells, and white blood cells. It can help in detecting conditions such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease, or diabetes.

In conclusion, annual physical exams are a crucial part of health maintenance, and laboratory tests are an integral component of these exams. Each test provides valuable information about various bodily functions, enabling early detection, prevention, and treatment of many health conditions.







  1. Go to the "Find a Location" page to find the closest lab location. No need to make an appointment since walk-ins are welcomed. Once you have identified your closest location, go to step 2.

  2. Go to "Choose a Test" and add your selection (s) in the shopping cart. If you prefer to save money on bundled tests, we have created "Lab Test Panels" that can help you decide what to order.

  3. If you have a discount coupon code, add it to your cart.

  4. A $8 lab processing fee will be added to your total.

  5. Pay using a credit card.

  6. You will receive an order confirmation and instructions email on how to download your lab request.

  7. Print lab request form that you downloaded.

  8. Take that form to the closest location. Get your blood drawn.

  9. You will receive an email when the results are ready for you to download.

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