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Aspen Valley Hospital
0401 Castle Creek Road
Aspen, CO 81611
We are delighted to invite you, our community back for a variety of deeply discounted lab tests so you can take charge of your health.
Book online 24 hours a day.
Book by telephone Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm MST.
We are following CDC recommendations to help slow the spread of the Delta variant and protect access to essential healthcare services. As we continue to keep our eye on COVID-19 incidence levels in our community, we will post any changes and updates to the Health Fair event on this webpage. Please check back frequently. Our ability to host the Health Fair is subject to health restrictions and orders to keep you and our staff safe. Event details may differ from those stated per these guidelines.
Do not come to the Health Fair if you have any COVID-like symptoms or have a temperature of 100.4 or greater. Please arrive no more than 5 minutes before your appointment. Your temperature will be screened outside of the main entrance of the Hospital. In the event that you have any COVID-like symptoms or a temperature of 100.4 or greater, you will not be allowed inside the Health Fair and you will be requested to return home and contact your physician. Autumn weather is variable. Please dress in layers. Our temperature screening and registration area will be located outside of the main entrance of the Hospital. You will not be admitted inside the Hospital for your blood draw until your appointment time.
The HealthScreen w/ CBC Profile tests multiple metabolic functions:
Hemoglobin A1C is a test that measures the amount of glycated hemoglobin in your blood. Glycated hemoglobin is a substance in red blood cells that is formed when blood sugar (glucose) attaches to hemoglobin. Hemoglobin A1C monitors a person’s glucose control over the last 2-3 months.
May be helpful in assessing risk of developing heart disease, cardiovascular disease, or other processes involving inflammation.
PSA testing may be beneficial in detecting abnormal conditions of the prostate gland. Men who have increased risk for prostate cancer should start getting tested earlier (such as American men of African descent and men with a family history of the disease) usually at age 40 or 45. Elevated PSA levels may indicate a non-cancerous swelling of the prostate, an infection of the prostate, and in some cases, prostate cancer.
25-hydroxyvitamin D is used to determine if bone weakness, bone malformation, or abnormal metabolism of calcium (reflected by abnormal calcium, phosphorus, PTH) is occurring as a result of a deficiency or excess of vitamin D.
Advance payments are not accepted.
Yes, it is important to fast to help ensure that your test results are accurate. This means no food in the 12 hours prior to your blood draw. You may consume water or black coffee and it is okay to brush your teeth as usual.
In order to maintain social distancing and manage traffic in and out of the Hospital and the El Jebel Community Center, please wait in your car until 5 minutes before your assigned appointment time if you arrive early for your appointment.
Aspen Valley Hospital
El Jebel Community Center
Partially, yes, the Health Fair will begin with temperature screenings and registration outside of the Hospital’s Main Entrance. Be prepared for cold weather and dress in layers, as autumn weather can change rapidly. You will be admitted inside the Hospital at your appointment time for your blood draw.
Autumn weather is variable. Please dress in layers. Our temperature screening and registration area will be located outside of the main entrance of the Hospital. You will not be admitted inside the Hospital for your blood draw until your appointment time.
Yes. We accept all major credit and debit cards, HSA cards, cash and checks.
It is your individual responsibility to submit your Health Fair paperwork to your insurer. The Hospital will not do this on your behalf.
Mailed paper results packets should arrive within 14 days after the event.
You can access your laboratory results online in 7 days at https://my.itstartswithme.com/ as long as you have pre-registered for the event and you have a username and password. If you would like to access your results online, and you do not have an online account with It Starts With Me Health (ISWM), contact them at 1-800-217-5866. *Please note that you must consent to enable online access to results.
Yes. If you pre-registered for the event and you have a username and password, you can access your laboratory results online seven days prior to your test date at https://my.itstartswithme.com/. If you would like to access your results online, and you do not have an online account with It Starts With Me Health (ISWM), contact them at 1-800-217-5866. *Please note that you must consent to enable online access to results.
Yes. Going forward your year-over-year changes and trends will be included in your results so you can keep on top of any changes.
If you created an account with Quest you will be able to access past results by logging to your account.
If you want your doctor to be able to access your results, opt in to have share your results shared with Quality Health Network. This allows your physician to retrieve your results on your behalf.
NOTE: You will need to opt in at the time of your appointment.
You can change your appointment time by logging in to your account and selecting another time slot at my.itstartswithme.com or call them on 1-800-217-5866 Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 4:00pm.
If you are unable to keep your appointment, please log in to your account and cancel your appointment so we may offer it to another person.
Drink plenty of water and wear a shirt with loose fitting sleeves.
Please bring and wear your mask. Following current CDC guidelines for healthcare facilities, all participants will be temperature screened upon entry, and all will be required to wear masks regardless of vaccination status.
By registering for these laboratory tests, you acknowledge the screening results provided to you are preliminary in nature and are not conclusive. You further understand the screening is not diagnostic, and it could fail to detect certain abnormalities that might be detected by more definitive screenings; or it might detect apparent abnormalities that would be found normal with more conclusive testing. For a complete medical diagnosis of any medical condition you may have, you understand that you need to be examined by your personal healthcare provider.