Take advantage of GEHA's free health screenings (for health members only)

Keeping track of your vital health indicators – including blood pressure, body mass index, total cholesterol, and blood sugar – helps you spot the early warning signs of serious conditions like heart disease and diabetes.  Even if you are healthy, knowing your numbers can give you a baseline to compare yourself against in the future.

GEHA has partnered with ExamOne, a Quest Diagnostics Company, to offer FREE biometric screenings to GEHA health plan members. You can schedule your biometric screening to be completed by a health examiner in the comfort of your home, at work, or at a Quest Diagnostic Patient Service Center. You pick the time and location that is most convenient for you.  Your screening will include readings for blood pressure, height, weight, hemoglobin A1C (a screening for diabetes), cholesterol, and blood creatinine (a screening for kidney disease).

To schedule a free screening at your home or workplace, call our health screening partner, ExamOne, at 888.234.1314.

To schedule your free screening at a Quest Diagnostics Patient Service Center, call ExamOne at 888.234.1314 or schedule online using these simple instructions:

  • Visit My.QuestForHealth.com.
  • Enter your Registration Key: GEHA
  • Provide your Unique ID: Member ID + DOB (MMDDYY).
  • Create a username and password.
  • Complete your registration and select Get Started.
  • Select Schedule Now and follow the instructions to schedule your appointment.

If you participate in GEHA's free Health Rewards program, you’ll earn 75 points when you complete your biometric screening with ExamOne. Health Rewards points can be redeemed for health-related items at fsastore.com/gehahealthbalance. You do not have to be a member of our Health Rewards program to take part in our free biometric screening program.

Knowing your numbers is an important part of staying healthy. Schedule your free biometric screening today by calling 888.234.1314, and make an appointment with your doctor to discuss your screening results.