March 29, 2015

Executive Physicals & Wellness

Catering to execs

A sample of providers offering executive physicals

Amy Keller | 5/22/2012

Rippe Health, Celebration

Services: Rippe offers three different heart evaluations tailored to a patient's age group as well as customized plans. A "silver" evaluation for individuals 30 to 39 years old, for instance, includes a physical examination, lung function screening, vision and hearing testing, laboratory work, body composition, exercise testing, health and lifestyle counseling and a written report of all findings and recommendations. Those ages 40 to 49 get a more comprehensive blood analysis and tests, a head-to-toe skin cancer screening, a body fat analysis and one subspecialty consultation. The "gold" evaluation, for those ages 50 and older, adds in either a heart or lung CT scan and two specialty consultations, as well as spa service and local town car service.

Notable: Colonoscopies (which are performed off site) are optional and require a second-day stay.

Cost: $3,300 to $6,500

Rippe Health

Other Providers

» Douglas Williams Executive Health Program, University of Florida, Gainesville

» Florida Hospital, Orlando

» Masley Optimal Health Center, St. Petersburg

» Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville

» Pritikin Longevity Center, Miami

» Watson Clinic Executive Wellness Program, Lakeland

Tags: Healthcare

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