We are the nation's leading mobile biometric health screenings provider.


As a CLIA certified, COLA accredited provider with medical oversight in all 50 States, Promerica Health delivers biometric health screenings directly to employee populations, underserved communities, and more.

We deliver lab-quality, clinical services on demand.


Biometric Health Screenings

A variety of services are available to build a biometrics screening program. Each mobile health vehicle and team can accommodate 50 – 100 screenings per day. We’ll develop and execute a communications plan and promotional activity to create awareness of the upcoming event and drive participation. We’ll pre-coordinate the logistics of arrival and vehicle placement with a designated onsite contact. Our mobile health vehicles are fully contained with all equipment, supplies, and operational needs. Programs are designed for the unique needs of your patient population, so nuances like bilingual staff or making educational materials available in multiple languages are built into the patient experience.

Common components of biometric screenings include:

Waist Circumference

Body Mass Index (BMI) calculation

Blood Pressure Management

Blood Glucose Testing

Cholesterol Levels

Additional Blood Tests

Waist circumference

  • Measuring waist circumference helps assess abdominal fat. Excess abdominal fat is a risk factor for metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease.
  • This simple screening is a useful starting point for discussing general health.

Body Mass Index (BMI) calculation

  • BMI is calculated from height and weight. It provides a quick indicator of whether a person has a healthy body weight for their height, which can be a risk for various conditions.
  • Like waist circumference, this is good conversation starter. This could be administered as an alternative or as a follow up screening only if a high waist circumference is identified.

Blood pressure measurement

  • A non-invasive screening to identify hypertension (high blood pressure) which is a risk factor for heart disease and stroke.
  • Early detection of hypertension can occur prior to symptoms developing, allowing for timely intervention to prevent complications.


Bood glucose testing

  • This test measures the amount of glucose (sugar) in the blood. Hight levels can indicate diabetes or prediabetes.
  • Testing approach such as fasting or non-fasting, or offering HbA1c will be considered as part of program development.
  • Sponsoring companies offering this screening may also want to include the American Diabetes Association “Type 2 Risk Test” questionnaire in the patient registration process.

Cholesterol levels

  • This includes measuring total cholesterol, HDL (“good”) cholesterol, LDL (“bad”) cholesterol, and triglycerides. High cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease.
  • The test is administered using a Cholestech device to provide immediate onsite results.

Additional blood tests

  • Depending on the screening, additional tests may include liver enzymes, kidney function, and levels of certain vitamins or minerals.

Patient counseling is informed by screening results and communication guidelines developed to support program goals. For more information, see Patient Education.

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