About G.e.o. HealthCARE

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Our Health Mission

 We strive to help you improve your quality of life, achieve your wellness goals, and to live your best life possible. 


Our certified hereditary screening professionals put your healing needs first. We are proud to provide a high-quality level of customer service and commitment to health and wellness to all our patients. 

  

The G.E.O. Health Network is a group of executive healthcare consultants whose purpose is to educate and promote advanced genetic testing for better precision healthcare to the public at large. We have partnered with the best genetic testing laboratories in the country to provide the most cutting-edge offerings on the market today. Our Network consists of a wide variety of organizations over diverse spectrums. They include healthcare networks, individual medical professionals, assisted living facilities and Senior Living Communities, corporations, and nonprofits to name a few. 

 

   Compliance work in a highly regulated industry, and we understand that these laws and regulations are put in place to protect us all; therefore, we strive to be one hundred percent compliant with these regulations in all that we do.es a personal approach to everyone we work with to

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Why Should You Get A Genetic Cancer Test?

With your test results, you and your Doctor will be more aware of any serious genetic risk that you may have and can implement regular, early preventative testing and treatment, as well as lifestyle assessment to keep cancer at bay. Because the test result not only tells you if you have the gene mutation that puts you at a higher risk for certain cancers, it tells you the level of risk and which cancer including where it is likely to manifest. With increased monitoring, should cancer appear, it can be detected earlier than ever before possible making treatment much less traumatic. 

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Will Taking A Genetic Cancer Test Raise My Insurance Rates?

  

Some patients are concerned about their genetic tests being included in their medical history files. Insurance companies use these files to assess pre-existing issues. NO GENETIC TEST RESULTS are to be reported to Medicare or private insurance companies. Results are only shared with your chosen doctor. 

 

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Testing your Genes for Cancer Video

Check out this great video