Health Fairs & Affordable Blood TestsServing Alaskans since 1980
Why come to AHF Health Fairs?
Alaska Health Fair (AHF) is a nonprofit providing Health Fairs statewide since 1980.
We look forward to seeing you at our Health Fairs!
Get the complete picture with one of our “Wellness Packages” or order tests individually. Blood tests available at all health fairs.
- Blood chemistry screen – (27 panels) – covers infection, anemia, liver disease, clotting ability, kidney and adrenal function, liver function, bone disease, tissue disease and damage, heart function, liver function, muscle function, and lipids (coronary heart disease) (fasting 10 hrs.) – 45
- Thyroid screen – 35
- Prostate disease screen – 25
- Vitamin D screen (D2, D3) – 50
- A1C diabetes – 25
- Blood typing – 20
- Vitamin B12 – 35
- Ferritin – 35
- Testosterone (men) – 55
Men’s Wellness Package – includes Chemistry/Hematology Profile (Infection, Anemia, Liver Disease, Clotting ability, Kidney and adrenal function, Liver function, Bone disease, Tissue disease or damage, Heart function, Liver function, Muscle function, Coronary heart disease (lipids)), Thyroid Screen (Thyroid function), Vitamin D Screen (Bone metabolism, Parathyroid function), A1C Screen (Diabetes, Glucose), and Prostate Disease Screen (fasting 10hrs.) – 180.
Women’s Wellness Package – includes Chemistry/Hematology Profile (Infection, Anemia, Liver Disease, Clotting ability, Kidney and adrenal function, Liver function, Bone disease, Tissue disease or damage, Heart function, Liver function, Muscle function, Coronary heart disease (lipids)), Thyroid Screen (Thyroid function), Vitamin D Screen (Bone metabolism, Parathyroid function), and A1C Screen (Diabetes, Glucose) (fasting 10 hrs.) – 155.
Cannot Wait for a Health Fair?
We offer in-office blood draws in Anchorage and Fairbanks. Same prices and blood tests as at the fairs. However, we charge a $10 office visit fee that we use to pay the Phlebotomist. Please don't hesitate to call us with any questions.
- Anchorage - blood tests on most Tuesdays with some exceptions for holidays, from 9am to 11am. Location: Alaska Health Fair, 720 W. 58th Ave. Unit J, Anchorage, AK 99518. Please call (907) 278-0234 to confirm availability and to set an appointment.
- Fairbanks - blood tests two Tuesdays a month, with some exceptions due to holidays, from 9am to 11am. Location: Alaska Health Fair @ Fairbanks Community Food Bank building, 725 26th Ave., Suite 201, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701. Please call (907) 374-6853 to confirm availability and to set an appointment.
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