KEEP (Kidney Early Evaluation Program)
KEEP is a FREE HEALTH SCREENING program offered by the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin (NKFW) for individuals at increased risk of developing kidney disease. *Must be 18 years or older and have one or more of the following: diabetes, high blood pressure, parent or sibling with diabetes, high blood pressure or kidney disease.
|FREE KEEP Screening:
To receive notices of future screenings in the Milwaukee area, call 262-821-0705 x 10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Toll free 1-800-543-6393 x 10.
WHY Get Screened?
- To receive free testing if you are at increased risk for kidney disease
- To be more informed so you can discuss any risk factors you may have with your doctor or healthcare provider
- Blood pressure, height, weight and waist measurements
- Blood and urine tests for signs of diabetes and kidney disease including:
- Blood glucose check (blood sugar)
- Hemoglobin check (blood test for anemia)
*Hemoglobin A1c will be conducted on participants who have self-reported diabetes or elevated blood sugars
- Urine dipstick test for microalbumin (protein in urine)
- Serum creatinine (measures how well kidneys are filtering blood)
- Glomerular filtration rate (GFR) (test for kidney function)
- HDL and LDL lipid panel
- Calcium test
- Phosphorus test
- PTH test
Volunteer at a KEEP screening and help make a difference! Call the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin (262) 821-0705 x 13 to start getting involved.
SPECIAL THANKS to:
- Olive & Eunice Toussaint Foundation
- Lions District 27D1
FREE Medical Identification Jewelry
Be sure to register for FREE Medical Identification Jewelry for people with diabetes or high blood pressure. Contact the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin at (262) 821-0705 x 10 or visit the link below to register for FREE Medical Identification Jewelry. http://www.kidneywi.org/RapidCat/WebPageImages/1242/6436//EI_MIJ_VerDec12.pdf