Several weeks prior to your exam
Prior to your Executive Health appointment, you will receive a packet by mail containing an in-depth health questionnaire and driving directions.
Please complete the questionnaire and fax it to 216.445.2144 as soon as possible. The information will be used to schedule appropriate appointments.
A registered nurse will call you to review your schedule and explain the tests that have been scheduled during your visit. You will be given instructions for any dietary or activity restrictions that will be necessary.
The day before your exam
Begin following any special instructions you have been given.
For example you may be advised to fast after 10 p.m., avoid caffeine or refrain from exercising.
On your appointment day
What to bring:
- Athletic shoes
- Shorts for stress test, if desired
- Sweater or pullover (optional)
- PDAs, laptops and cell phones (allowed in the lounge between appointments)
What is provided:
- Active wear for your comfort throughout the day (yours to keep)
- Locker to store valuables
- Shower and dressing facilities
- Folder to store your health information
- Light, healthy refreshments
Please park using the valet in front of the Crile Building on East 100th street. You will be given a voucher to pay for your parking when you leave.
Your day will begin on the first floor of the Crile (A) Building at the Executive Health registration desk. Throughout the day, you may visit practitioners on various floors of the A building, depending upon which tests have been prescribed. After each consultation or test, please return to the Executive Health reception desk, where the attendant will direct you to your next location at the appropriate time.
At the end of the day
Your Executive Health physician will review available test results with you and provide you with a comprehensive overview of your health. Within two weeks, you will receive a comprehensive report by mail. This report will include all medical findings and test results, as well as recommendations for addressing potential problems and developing effective strategies for healthy living.