We offer the GenomicMD test to members of the practice in good standing. To join the practice click on Become A Member.

Most genetic tests available look at a single disease, for example breast cancer, or a single system in the body, for example cardiovascular risk. These are appropriate tests for patients who need insights into single areas. 

Lifetime Genomics Risk Assessment (LGRA)

Instead of testing specific systems of the body, a Lifetime Genomics Risk Assessment (LGRA) offers a broader view of overall genetic risks. There are a number of reasons to consider having an LGRA done.


Source: GenomicMD


The GenomicMD test offers a Lifetime Genomics Risk Assessment (LGRA) report covering these areas:

  • Cardiovascular Disease - Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), Atrial Fibrillation (A-Fib), Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA), and more
  • Cardiometabolic Disease - Coronary Artery Disease, Type 1 and 2 Diabetes, Chronic Kidney Disease and other metabolic conditions
  • Urology - Prostate Cancer as well as Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

The manufacturer of GenomicMD continues to add new panels, further broadening the scope of insights patients and their doctors can learn.

With the results of the test, a doctor can work with her patient to address their LGRA score. This can be in the form of additional genetic testing, other testing, lifestyle modifications, or other follow ups. 

GenomicMD at Progressive Health Primary Care

We offer the GenomicMD test to patients who are members of our practice. Patients should call to schedule an appointment.

The test requires a saliva sample. We’ll order a kit, which will be shipped to your home. The kit includes shipping instructions directly to the lab for processing. When we get the results back we’ll walk you through the results and what we recommend your next steps to be.

The Cost of GenomicMD

The GenomicMD test costs $299 per panel (for example, cardiovascular disease) or $499 for all three panels. These prices are subject to change. If you have an FSA or HSA account through your employer, you may be able to use it to pay for the test. Please check with your plan administrator to see if you’re eligible.