Executive Physical

The Loma Linda University Center for Health Promotion (LLUCHP) offers an Executive Physical Program that works with corporate human resource departments and individuals to provide comprehensive healthcare that treats physical, mental and emotional issues to improve overall quality of life.

Services provided include:

  • Regular physical checkups
  • Early diagnosis of possible health problems
  • Cutting-edge treatments to prevent further complications and save lives
  • Preventative care

Initial Assessments and Health Evaluations

During your initial assessment, our experienced, dedicated staff will perform a comprehensive physical exam to evaluate your current health. After detailing your complete medical history, you will be guided through a variety of diagnostic evaluations depending on your existing symptoms and health concerns. Our experts keep a vigilant eye on signs for health conditions that, with aggressive, early treatment, can be easily managed, if not cured altogether. Some of these health problems include:

  • Diabetes
  • Excess weight or obesity
  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Prostate and / or testicular disorders and cancer

Ongoing Care

Because the specialists at LLUCHP are focused on holistic care, this initial assessment is just the first step in our process of providing ongoing healthcare to executives and all men throughout the community. Along with providing regular checkups, our committed doctors and nurses also:

  • Educate men about preventative measures they can practice to improve their overall health
  • Work with men to design realistic, healthy diet plans and exercise regimens
  • Refer men to some of our other programs, such as our International Heart Institute or our Weight Management Program, should they have other, more severe health issues
  • Support men as they deal with their diagnoses and work with them to change their lifestyle habits

Learn More about Our Executive Physical Services

Call (909) 558-4594 to schedule an appointment today or visit the Center for Health Promotion (CHP) website to learn more.