Gain a better understanding of your health: Attend a Biometric Health Screening—a few simple tests that will give you your:
This information can help you make important decisions about your health and take any next steps to a healthier you.
*For accurate test results, you must fast (not eat anything) for at least eight hours before your appointment. Water is permitted, but coffee, tea, or pop (soda) may interfere with the test and should be avoided.
Each screening session takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes. Testing is first-come, first-served within your group appointment time. Please bring your UCard or your photo ID—an insurance card is not required .
Biometric Health Screening clinics are only open to University of Minnesota faculty and staff on Medica's UPlan health insurance; graduate assistants on the Graduate Assistant Health Plan; and residents, fellows and interns on HealthPartners plans through the Office for Student Health Benefits. Covered spouses under these plans are also able to attend the Biometric Health Screening Clinics.
Biometric Health Screenings from Boynton may be used to satisfy wellness program requirements for the following health plans:
Note: The calendar only provides a list of upcoming clinics. To sign up, please click on the "Sign Up Here" link above.
Please visit our online registration system to view the complete schedule and make your appointment today. If your desired clinic date(s) are full for appointments, feel free to walk in! We welcome walk-ins at all Biometric Health Screening Clinics.
Questions? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 612-626-5520.
In order to receive your points, data from the screenings must be submitted by Boynton Health to the wellness assessment. It takes six to eight weeks for your points to appear in StayWell Online.
UPlan members, if you are unable to fast for your screening, your blood pressure, BMI, height and weight data can be used to get 150 wellness points for the University Wellness Program.
For more information, visit the University Wellness Program website.