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What is a Paramedical Exam?

A paramedical exam asks questions about your medical history, along with blood pressure, height, weight, measurements, pulse, and urine specimen. In some cases, a blood/urine and/or an EKG will be performed.

Where will the exam take place?

In the comfort of your home, your place of employment, or any other designated place of your choosing.

How can I get the best possible results for my exam?


Examiners are humans, too.


  • Do not be stressed about an examiner coming to your home
  • Get a good nights sleep
  • If a blood specimen is required, fast according to your insurance instructions
  • If you are diabetic or pregnant, please check with your physician (fasting not required)
  • Blood pressure can be artificially raised by stress, caffeine, tobacco, alcohol and certain medications
  • 24 hours prior to exam limit your salt intake, high cholesterol foods, strenuous activities such as working out, lifting weights and running
Do I need to have anything ready for the examiner?

The exam will go faster and smoother if you have:


  • Drivers License or acceptable form of photo ID
  • Name of your Primary Care physician, address and phone number
  • Name, address and phone number of any other physicians you see
  • Dates of last visit and reason for seeing your physician
  • List of all medications and doses, including any supplements you take
  • Drink a glass of water one hour prior to the exam for a urine specimen