Project Healthy Living
“Saving the Lives of Those Who Save Our Lives”!
Pre-registration for this event is now closed.
A special day of service for our
First Responders – Active and retired Police, Fire and EMS and their families.
December 6, 2013 – 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
1301 3rd Ave.
Welcome to Project Healthy Living, where we make wellness easy.
On Friday, December 6th, PHL is excited to provide it’s extensive health screenings to Detroit’s First Responders – the Police, Firefighters and Emergency Medical Service workers who daily give of their time and talent to keep us safe. Too often these brave men and women spend so much time in the line of duty that they have little time to improve their own health. So PHL and several of our partners are teaming up to provide our best for Detroit’s finest.
Services will include the high quality free and low-cost health screenings you’ve come to expect; screenings for serious illnesses, including obesity, diabetes, hypertension, cancer and heart disease. First Responders (active and retired) and their families can pre-register for services by clicking here.
Preventive health screenings are essential steps to protect your family from asymptomatic diseases – those silent killers that don’t present symptoms. PHL offers free testing services including height and weight measurement, grip strength, body mass index (BMI), hearing, vision, blood oxygen levels, blood pressure, pulmonary function, counseling and referral. For a nominal fee, blood testing and analysis is provided by Quest Diagnostics – a four hour fast is recommended. New for our First Responders is the revolutionary 3D Body Analyzer and the True Tesla Muscle Stimulator. Participants must be 18 years old or accompanied by a guardian.
Planning to get blood testing and analysis services at PHL? Get the jump on the crowd. Use FastTrack to pre-register and pay for services by December 4th and your registrations forms will be ready for you when you arrive. FastTrack registration closes at 7:00 p.m., December 4th.
Want to get involved in making your city a healthier place? Volunteer at a PHL location in your community! Every year, over 2000 volunteers, both medical and non-medical personnel, help us deliver high quality services to PHL participants. And this year is no different. We encourage you to get involved.