Universidad Panamericana | CHOPO performs Diagnostic Tests to UP Collaborators
CHOPO performs Diagnostic Tests to UP Collaborators

Mexico City, September 13, 2023.- During the last Benefit Fair, the Universidad Panamericanain collaboration with ANCORAfocused some of the stands on the promotion of preventive health care for its employees. For this reason, on this occasion, the CHOPO Laboratory participated in the event , offering health diagnostic tests.

Access to health services

The Benefits Fair is an initiative that seeks to provide Panamericana's employees with access to different services. In last July's edition, all employees were invited to undergo a complete blood chemistry test, which would provide essential information about their health status.

The blood chemistry tests detected levels of glucose, urea nitrogen, urea, creatinine, uric acid, cholesterol, triglycerides and cholesterol. A total of 104 employees actively participated in this health campaign, undergoing the tests that would provide valuable information for their well-being.

CHOPO performs Diagnostic Tests to UP Collaborators

Vive Sano

The CHOPO Laboratory processed the samples efficiently and the people in charge of the Vive Sano program, specialized in preventive medicine and diagnostics at the UP, played a crucial role in coordinating and following up on the delivery of the results to our collaborators.

The program focuses on three pillars: health education, early disease detection, and referral to qualified physicians. Its objective is to promote lasting changes in the beneficiaries' lifestyles to improve their long-term health and quality of life, and all patient information is handled with the utmost confidentiality.

The Universidad Panamericana appreciates the active participation of Laboratorio CHOPO in this fair and the continuous support of Vive Sano in monitoring and caring for the health of our employees.

Panamericana's employees are also invited to continue participating in these events, which contribute significantly to their wellbeing and promote a culture of health prevention in the university community.