The Famous Police Panel

Getting Started

  1. Click “Purchase this Product
    1. Fill out the Health Questionnaire
    2. At the end of the Questionnaire, it will ask you which product you are interested in. Please select the “Famous Police Panel” option.
  2. Once the Health Questionnaire is submitted, our team will generate and send you a lab slip, in 3-5 business days.
  3. You will take the lab slip to your local LabCorp location to be drawn.
  4. Your results will populate to our database in 7-10 business days. Then, our team will then send you the results via email, and help coordinate a lab review with Dr. Greenwald (‘Greenie’).


This personalized panel includes an online health questionnaire, advanced cardiometabolic blood panel, and comprehensive customized risk report explaining both cardiovascular and diabetic risk factors in detail with suggested goals on how to correct them.  We urge everyone who gets this panel, not just police, to take this information to their doctor for review. 

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Dr. E. James Greenwald
Co-Founder and Medical Director

Dr. James Greenwald received his MD degree from Northwestern University in Chicago. He was an intern at Denver General Hospital and a Resident in Orthopedic Surgery at the LA County USC Medical Center. He has completed fellowship training in both hand and foot and ankle surgery. He was the Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at the Reynolds Army Hospital, Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma. He is Board certified and practiced Orthopedic Surgery in Reno, Nevada, at the Reno Orthopedic Clinic. He is currently the Orthopedic Surgery Consultant for SpecialtyHealth in Reno, Nevada.

Beginning in 2001, he became particularly interested in Heart Attack, Stroke and Type 2 Diabetes Prevention (T2D) in first responders, police groups especially! He is a founder of the SpecialtyHealth (SpH) Wellness and Prevention Program that has grown, now covering the state of Nevada and operating in many other states as well.  The program’s data has been presented to the FBI National Academy at Quantico 6 different times since 2012 and recently to The OSW Group, The Major Cities Chief’s Group, the IACP, and the FOP in Washington, DC. Papers have been published from these meetings and in Police Chief with Chief Steve Pitts, Reno Police Department (ret) (December of 2012). In March of 2021, our program was presented again to the IACP with Dr. Kevin Gilmartin. A book called Physical Survival for Law Enforcement has recently been completed. This work will be available at the TRANSFORM meeting in August along with Dr. Gilmartin’s new revised edition of Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement.

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