The sun is shining, temperatures are rising, and Alaska Health Fair’s spring season is in full swing. As we cross the halfway mark of our spring events, we want to remind you of the importance of attending a health fair to stay proactive about your health and well-being.

Our health fairs offer free health education, screenings, and private, comprehensive, affordable blood tests, allowing you to gain a deeper understanding of your health and make informed decisions. We don’t provide health fairs/blood testing in June or July. Now is the perfect time to take advantage of these resources and opportunities.

At our health fairs, you can choose from various blood tests, including our popular Wellness Packages or individual tests, to assess various aspects of your health. Whether you want to check for infection, anemia, liver disease, or other concerns, our blood tests cater to a wide range of needs. We offer tests such as Blood Chemistry Screen for $45, Thyroid Screen for $35, Vitamin D Screen for $50, and many more.

For a comprehensive assessment, we recommend our Men’s and Women’s Wellness Packages, which cover a range of important health indicators. The Men’s Wellness Package, priced at $180, includes Chemistry/Hematology Profile, Thyroid Screen, Vitamin D Screen, A1C Screen, and Prostate Disease Screen. The Women’s Wellness Package, available for $155, includes Chemistry/Hematology Profile, Thyroid Screen, Vitamin D Screen, and A1C Screen.

To view detailed descriptions of the tests we offer, please visit Test results are mailed directly to you within 2-3 weeks, ensuring your privacy. 

Don’t miss out on our upcoming health fairs. Visit our website to find an event near you and to stay updated on any new additions to our schedule. 

Make attending an Alaska Health Fair event a family tradition and invest in a healthier future for you and your loved ones. We look forward to seeing you at one of our events this spring season!

Alaska Health Fair, Inc. is a nonprofit providing health education and affordable blood tests statewide since 1980.