Your visit with us

Coordinated and personalized care for patients.

Thank you for choosing the Executive Health Program at UCHealth. This program provides coordinated care for both corporate clients and individual patients. Packages include a combination of tests appropriate for your age, gender and health history. Packages may include some or all of the listed tests, dependent on the individual needs.

Pricing for each package does not change, regardless of which combination of tests are provided. The services administered have been discounted and are provided as a self-pay package, and therefore cannot be billed to insurance.*

*No codes are available—the terms and conditions agreement states that participants who submit a claim to their insurance carrier will void the self-pay package discount.

Age 39 and younger

Medical history and physical exam with physician

  • Full-body skin check

Comprehensive lab work

  • Comprehensive metabolic panel
  • Complete blood count
  • Lipid panel
  • Urinalysis
  • Vitamin D and B12
  • Diabetes screen (hemoglobin A1c)
  • Thyroid screen (TSH)

Screening for cardiovascular disease

  • Exercise stress test *

Wellness and lifestyle assessment

  • VO2 max testing (if exercise treadmill not needed)
  • Body composition testing (Bod Pod)
  • Consultation with registered dietician and exercise physiologist
  • In-office fitness test

Immunization review/routine immunizations

Additional testing for women if needed

  • Pap smear (over age 21, every 3–5 years)*

Age 40 and older

Medical history and physical exam with physician

  • Full-body skin check

Comprehensive lab work (Same labs provided at left, plus:)

  • Testosterone (men)
  • PSA (men over age 50)
  • Hepatitis C screening (born between 1945-1965, one time)

Screening for cardiovascular disease

  • Exercise stress test *
  • CT coronary calcium score (men over 45, women over 55)

Wellness and lifestyle assessment

  • VO2 max testing (if exercise treadmill not needed)
  • Body composition testing (Bod Pod)
  • Consultation with registered dietician and exercise physiologist
  • In-office fitness test

Immunization review/routine immunizations

Hearing screen/audiology (over age 50)

Additional testing for women if needed

  • Pap smear (over age 21, every 3–5 years)*
  • Mammogram (over age 40 or 50, every 1–2 years)*

Age 44 and younger

Medical history and physical exam with physician:

  • Full-body skin check

Comprehensive lab work

Screening for cardiovascular disease

  • Exercise stress test *

Wellness and lifestyle assessment

  • VO2 max testing (if exercise treadmill not needed)
  • Body composition testing (Bod Pod)
  • Consultation with registered dietician andexercise physiologist
  • In-office fitness test

Immunization review/routine immunizations

Additional testing for women, if needed

  • Pap smear (over age 21, every 3 to 5 years)*
  • Mammogram (over age 40 or 50, every 1 to 2 years)*

Age 45 and older

Medical history and physical exam with physician

  • Full-body skin check

Comprehensive lab work

Screening for cardiovascular disease

  • Exercise stress test*
  • CT coronary calcium score (no more than every 5 years)*
  • Abdominal ultrasound (second year, if over 50)
  • Carotid ultrasound (second year, if over 50)

Wellness and lifestyle assessment

  • VO2 max testing (if exercise treadmill not needed)
  • Body composition testing (Bod Pod)
  • Consultation with registered dietician and exercise physiologist
  • In-office fitness test

Immunization review/routine immunizations

Hearing screen/audiology

Additional testing for women if needed

  • Pap smear (over age 21, every 3–5 years)*
  • Mammogram (over age 40 or 50, every 1–2 years)*

Additional testing for men if needed

  • PSA (men over 50)

The Executive Health Program provides you with a comprehensive, accommodating, and efficient physican exam. A typical visit takes about half a day.

7–7:20 a.m. / Fasting labs, vital signs, urinalysis.

7:20–7:30 a.m. / Electrocardiogram.

7:30–7:45 a.m. / Bod Pod® evaluation.

7:45–8:10 a.m. / Continental breakfast served.

8:10–8:30 a.m. / Hearing screening in the audiology department.

8:309 a.m. / CT heart scan.

910 a.m. / Treadmill stress test.

1011 a.m. / Medical history review and physical exam with program physician. Review test results.

11 a.m.noon / Consultation with registered dietitian and exercise physiologist.

After your Executive Health exam, we are happy to assist you in finding a suitable primary care provider in the UCHealth network if needed. Recommended follow-ups can be coordinated through the UCHealth network or through your existing providers.

For best outcomes, we encourage you to follow up with your health care provider to act on recommendations made by your Executive Health physician.

Corporate contracts

We ask that companies establish a service agreement in the form of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), in order to provide the Executive Health Program to eligible participants.

Patient fee agreements

Individual participants will be asked to sign a self-pay waiver prior to their exam. A credit card may be provided; if not, participants will be invoiced.

Terms and conditions

All participants will be asked to sign a terms and conditions agreement consent prior to their exam date, which will outline our policies.


How long will my Executive Health physical take?

Most physicals start at 7 a.m. and are completed by noon. However, your day may be shorter or longer, depending on your specific testing program. You also will receive all your test results that day.

Can I use my insurance for the Executive Health Program?

EHP is a fee-for-service program that works directly with individuals and corporations. We are not affiliated with any insurance carriers or Medicare. We do not bill or collect from any health insurance or managed care plan.

How much does an Executive Health physical cost?

Because the physical exam and tests are customized to your individual needs, costs vary. Before your appointment, we will quote a price.

What do I wear to my physical?

We recommend wearing loose, comfortable clothing. For your treadmill stress test, bring athletic shoes.

Can I eat before my exam?

Please do not eat or drink anything except water for at least 12 hours before your appointment. After your blood is drawn for lab tests, we’ll provide you with a breakfast of your choice.

Will the physician I see for my Executive Health physical become my doctor?

EHP recommends that every participant have a personal primary care physician (PCP). If you don’t already have a PCP, we encourage you to establish a provider relationship with one. We can help you find an internal medicine or family practice doctor in the UCHealth system.

Why don’t I get a full body scan as part of the Executive Health Program?

Although full body scans have recently gained popularity, they have not been proven as a screening test. In addition, the scans can reveal false positives—items that are not significant. The frequency of such scans, as well as the levels of radiation exposure, remains a concern when recommending the tests. UCHealth has scanning technology and can use it when appropriate.

Can I get my prescription filled during my exam?

Our doctors may write a specific prescription, but in general, prescription medications should be managed by your primary care doctor.

How do I pay for the Executive Health Program?

You have three options: credit card, check, or through a corporate contract with your employer or company.

What if I have to cancel my visit?

To avoid penalties, please notify EHP of your cancellation at least 10 business days before your visit.

Are the results of my Executive Health appointment kept confidential?

We keep all of your medical information strictly confidential and will never be shared with anyone without your permission. You’ll receive a comprehensive test and health assessment results summary. With your written request, we’ll also send a copy of your results to your primary doctor or other specialists.

Do I need a referral from my doctor for the Executive Health Program?

No. EHP is a self-referral program. You can make an appointment directly with us.

Is the Executive Health Program only for executives?

Although it’s called an Executive Health Program, our personalized approach is appropriate for anyone who wants to take charge of their health efficiently and effectively.