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Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

The unique benefits of the Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM include contraceptive advice as well as emergency contraception. Plan B is the most widely used emergency contraceptive available today and the only one available in the United States.

Your other options for emergency contraception include taking a different dose of your daily birth control pills (most of which contain both progestin and estrogen)or having a health care provider insert an IUD within five days after your birth control failed or you had sex without using contraception. Other options include RU-486.  Plan B is more effective and has fewer side effects than other emergency contraceptive pills.

 

 
Who is a HLC Lifecard member? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
A Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM member is a person who takes personal responsibility for their health and well-being.  A LifecardTMmember also knows value for money and understands the Hallongevity Clinic LifecardTM memebrship program allows for basic medical care and is an alternative to expensive health insurance.
 
Is there an exception to a mandatory deposit? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
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If I choose to register for a HLC Lifecard what address should I use? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Your address is kept confidential, but your account is linked to the address you provide for our database.
 
Where do I sign up? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
You may sign up on our website, just see the home page and register via the, "Get Started" icon.
 
Why should I pay a membership fee? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
The HLC Lifecard membership fee is 299.99 and is paid once a year.  It's non-refundable and non-transferable.
 
What is a mandatory deposit? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
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Where do I display my HLC Lifecard? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
You may display your Lifecard to anyone you deem appropriate.  Out patients know that the ownership of a Lifecard confers many ideas.  It means you have taken responsibility for your health, it shows you re in control of your sexuality and care about the way you live, there is a status to maintaining the card and a courage that is associated with being screened on a regular basis as well.
 
How do I get my HLC Lifecard? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
You may purchase a LifecardTM online via our Sinsafely website (www.sinsafely.com) to begin the process or may come to our office for a consulation.
 
Does the HLC give legal advice? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
No, we do not advise our patients of legal issues and offer only medical advice.  There are legal concerns pertaining to how you treat other people sexually and society expects all of us to act safely and responsibly at all times.
 
Is the HLC open to the public? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Yes, Hall Longevity Clinic is open to the general public Monday thru Thursday 9AM-4PM and Friday 10AM to 3PM, we also offer Saturday hours 10AM to 1PM.
 
Can you tell me who owns HLC? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

Ownership of the Lifecard (US Trademark Office Reg. 3,569,949 February 3, 2009) is solely through Hall Longevity Lifecard, LLC, and any questions or interested in investment may be directed to our home office at:


Hall Longevity Clinic
1674 Meridian Avenue
Suite 430
Miami Beach, Florida
33139 USA
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I lost my HLC Lifecard. Can I get a new one? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
You may always get a replacement card if you lose the one originally issued to you. There is a 10 dollar charge for the replacement.
 
Are you the only place I can go to register for the HLC Lifecard? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Yes, Hall Longevity Clinic is currently the only medical facility offering the LifecardTM
 
How do I get on your mailing or email list? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
If you would like to be on our mailing list, we can offer you three options, you may write This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and request to be placed on the list, or you may contat the clinic directly via telephone 305.672.4733.
 
What are your hours of operation? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Hall Longevity Clinic is open Monday thur Thursday 9-5 and Friday 10-3, we can make spcial exceptions and stay open later or see you Saturday from 10-1.
 
What is your mailing address? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

Please send all correspondence to:

Hall Longevity Clinic
1674 Meridian Avenue
Suite 430  (4th Floor)
Miami Beach, FL  33139
USA

Phone: 1 866 9 DR HALL

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What is your telephone and fax number? Print E-mail
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Please contact us at:

phone   1.305.672.4733

fax.       1.305.672.4771


also 1.866.9 DR HALL (937.4255)

 
Do I have to renew my HLC Lifecard? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Depending on the Lifecard type, Basic, Silver or Platinum, you will renew your Lifecard either twice a year, every quarter or once monthly based on our testing services.
 
How long does the HLC Lifecard work? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
The Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM is activated once you sign up and is aunthenticated with a hologram unique to your account. The duration of the lifecard is typically one year, but with silver and platinum levels you will receive the benefits of the card for as long as you wish. 
 
I just received my HLC Lifecard. Why can't I find my work laboratory data on Google Health? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
The information linked to your lifecard is maintained in the strictest privacy compliant with current HIPPA (Healthcare Integrity and Patient Portabiity Act) guidelines. Before accessing your labs, you will have to go through a simple but highly safe verification process. See Google Health FAQ for further details to set up an account.
 
How long does the registration process take, and when will I receive my HLC Lifecard? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Once you have had your initial medical evaluation and blood analysis, the proces takes about a week.  If your test results are "negative", or indicate that there is no health concerns, we can issue the card immediately.
 
Do you have special mailing requirements? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Yes, all personal information is private and encrypted in our state of the art electronic medical record system.  If we mail anything to you it will go out certified and usually via FedEX.  We will arrange for a Google Health account and also provide you a physical Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM. As well, we are held to the highest standard of medical information privacy and confidentially by the federal health law named HIPPA.
 
How long does the registration process take? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
The registration process is fast!  It may take you only thirty minutes to complete the forms and read the disclaimer.  Once the information is loaded into our computer and we arrange for the blood work and urine sample to be taken the same day!
 
Do I have to use my real name on the form? Can I use a stage name or a pen name? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
No, although all personal information is private and encrypted in our state of the art electronic medical record system, we can assign you a unique user ID that can make you anonymous.   If you choose we can use a pseudonym to completely hide you identity if so desired. As well, we are held to the highest standard of medical information privacy and confidentially by the federal health law named HIPPA.
 
Will my personal information be available to the public? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
No, all personal information is private and encrypted in our state of the art electronic medical record system. As well, we are held to the highest standard of medical information privacy and confidentially by the federal health law named HIPPA.
 
Will my personal information be available to the public? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

No, your personal information is strictly confidential. At HLC we follow HIPPA compliance as well, we take extra precaution in patient privacy keeping all records and patient information strictly confidential and encrypted.  We will assign you a unique user number that you can use to establish anonymity if desired.

 

 
Do I have to send in my blood and urine? Do I need a nurse? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Yes, anyone who currently resides in United States of America may apply for the Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM memebrship via online apllication and depending on the plan, Basic, Silver or Platinum, may have to come to the clinic or have one of our nurses come to your home to take samples of blood and urine..
 
What is the registration fee? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
The registration fee is 49 US dollars and begins the process, as well, it is applicable to the yearly Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM memebrship.
 
Can I register online? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Yes, anyone who currently resides in United States of America may qualify for a Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM memebrship and can begin the application process today online!
 
Where can I get my application forms? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

That's a snap!  You may contact us at our main office to schedule an appointment or simply just follow the link "get started now" to begin the Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM membership application process online.

 
Can I register a friend? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Yes, anyone who currently resides in United States of America and is an adult may be "gifted" and may qualify for a Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM memebrship.
 
Can a minor register for the HLC Lifecard? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
No, anyone who currently a minor, or under the age of 17 and resides in United States of America will need parent or guardian approval to obtain a Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM memebrship.
 
Can non citizens register for the HLC Lifecard in the United States? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Yes, anyone who currently resides in United States of America may have a Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM membership.
 
Can non citizens register for the HLC Lifecard in the United States? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

Yes the HLC LifecardTM is available to anyone who is looking for specific health coverage services and peace of mind. If you are not able to afford regular health insurance then the LifecardTM is the perfect option to still being able to maintain a close eye on your health and overall quality of life.

 
How do I protect my partner? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Always practice safe sex, condoms, spermacidal creams, Femcap or other means to prevent STD spread.  Rem,eber the ultimate in sexual security, the Platinum LifecardTM allows our select members quarterly blood and urine testing from the privacy of their home with one of our nurses and free in-house prescriptions.

 
Can I make my partner safe? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
Get them tested today! The ultimate in sexual security, the Platinum LifecardTM allows our select members quarterly blood and urine testing from the privacy of their home with one of our nurses and free in-house prescriptions.  With this level of protection you receive a constant update of your health status and have constant peace of mind and makes a great gift!

 
How do I protect myself? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
All you need to do is sign up today and get started.  We will walk you through all the steps.  Everyone needs a Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM
 
Can I protect my sexual health with the Lifecard? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

Yes, with the Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM, you will be monitored regularly for sexually transmitted disease screening and other health related services made available to you which in turn gives you an advantage in being able to detect, (STDs) in the early stages. Frequent and regular check ups are key to protecting your sexual health.

 
I've heard about a "venereal disease." What is it? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

Venereal disease (VD) as known as, sexually transmitted disease, (STDs) is a disease that is contracted and transmitted by sexual contact, caused by microorganisms that survive on the skin or mucus membranes, or that are transmitted via semen, vaginal secretions, or blood during intercourse. Because the genital areas provide a moist, warm environment that is especially conducive to the proliferation of bacteria, viruses, and yeasts, a great many diseases can be transmitted this way. They include AIDS, chlamydia, genital warts, gonorrhea, syphilis, yeast infections, and some forms of hepatitis. Also known as a morbus venereus or sexually transmitted disease.

 

 
Why should I use STD protection? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

Dealing with an sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), to most people can be a very draining and humiliating experience that often times may even be irreversible, because of this reason it is better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your health.  Latex condoms, when used consistently and correctly, are highly effective in preventing the sexual transmission of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. In addition, consistent and correct use of latex condoms reduces the risk of other including STD transmitted by genital secretions, and to a lesser degree, genital ulcer diseases.

Condom use may reduce the risk for genital human papilla virus (HPV) infection and HPV-associated diseases, e.g., genital warts and cervical cancer. Condoms provide good, but not perfect, protection against some STDs, especially gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, and trichomoniasis. But condoms do not provide complete protection against all STDs.

Some STDs like herpes, HPV (warts) and syphilis can still be transmitted through contact with areas that are not covered by a condom. Take steps to reduce your risks. Get tested frequently. We know that we all want to sin safely, and not pay for our indiscretions, and being proactive in your sexual health will pay huge dividends in helping you avoid a life threatening STD.  One of the main things to do is use some form of protection, condoms, female condoms, even spermicidal  creams have some protective benefits against some STD transmission.
 
Do I have to register with your office to be protected from STDs? Print E-mail
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When is my sexual health at risk? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

Your sexual health is at risk at any time that you have unprotected sex whether it may be oral, anal, or genital intercourse, and you may be at risk for STD exposure by kissing or petting.

 

 

 
How do I protect myself from STDs? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

You can protect yourself from sexually transmitted disease (STD),  by always using protection every time you have sex, including oral sex, until you are sure you and your partner are not infected with an STD.  Sexually transmitted infection (STI) can be spread by people who don't know they are infected.

If you are in a relationship, delay having sex until you are physically and emotionally prepared and you have agreed to only have sex with each other, and once both of you have been tested for STDs.

Use abstinence as prevention. Completely avoiding sexual contact (abstinence), including intercourse or oral sex, is the only certain way to prevent an infection.

Discuss safe sex and STDs with your partner before you have sex with someone. Even though a sex partner doesn't have symptoms of an STD, he or she may still be infected.

Questions to ask someone before having sex include:

How many people have you had sex with?

Have you had sex without a condom?

Have you ever had unprotected oral sex?

Have you had more than one sex partner at a time?

Do you inject illegal drugs or have you had sex with someone who injects drugs?

Have you ever had unprotected sex with a prostitute?

Have you had a test for HIV? What were the results?

Have you ever had an STD, including hepatitis B or hepatitis C? Was it treated and cured?


 

 

 
What is a sexually transmitted disease? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

A sexually transmitted disease (STD), also known as sexually transmitted infection (STI) or venereal disease (VD), is an illness that has a significant probability of transmission from person to person by means of sexual contact, including vaginal intercourse, oral sex, and anal sex. While in the past, these illnesses have mostly been referred to as STDs or VD, in recent years the term sexually transmitted infection (STI) has been preferred, as it has a broader range of meaning; a person may be infected, and may potentially infect others, without showing signs of disease. Some STIs can also be transmitted via use of an IV drug needle after its use by an infected person, as well as through childbirth or breastfeeding. Sexually transmitted infections have been well known for hundreds of years.

 

 


 

 
What is the cost of the HLC Lifecard? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs
The Hall Longevity Clinic LifecardTM is $299.99 for the initial membership fee for all levels of the card, with a monthly fee of $29.99 dollars per month for the Basic LifecardTM, $49.99 dollars a month for the Silver LifecardTM membership and $69.99 dollars a month for Platinum LifecardTM membership coverage. Please see the package outline provided within site.
 
What is sex? Print E-mail
Hall Longevity Clinic Lifecard FAQs

Sex is best defined as a symphony of biological factors, such as organic, mental and neurological responses, heredity, hormones, and the shared affect of these influences on the genital organs leading to the basic functions of reproduction and the physical means to carry out sexual intercourse.

It can also be defined as any sexual act that involves the sex organs, or genitals.  Activities such as: coitus (sexual intercourse), anal intercourse, cunnilingus (male to female oral sex), fellatio (female to male oral sex), touching and penetration of the vagina and/or anus with fingers (petting), or shared masturbation.  Oral contact (kissing) can also be considered a form of sex, especially if there is genital fluid (semen or vaginal secretions) being shared orally between partners.

 
 
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