What is it?
A Cardiac Risk Profile is a blood test that includes total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL, HDL, and a ratio indicating your risk of developing cardiac (heart) disease.
Central Michigan University
Foust Hall 200
Preston at East Campus Drive
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
UHS offers Cardiac Risk Profile testing Monday-Friday, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
This is a health screening test. A physician's order is not required.
During designated times, check in at the Reception Desk in Foust 200. Bring your CMU picture ID or other picture identification with you.
Fasting required. Nothing to eat or drink, other than water, for 12 hours before having blood drawn.
Payment is not required on the date of service. Charges may be placed on your CMU account.
Please note that since the cardiac risk profile is a health screening test it is not usually covered by health insurance plans.