Thursday, May 26, 2016. Today I had my physical at Life Scan, 11200 Seminole Boulevard Suite 100, Largo, Florida 33778. The office I was in was not a warehouse as another poster commented, nor was my experience horrible. Quite the contrary, there were 4 of us having exams during the same time frame and not one of us saw each other at the various "stations." There were no windows in any of the exam rooms. Each assesment was done in a separate room, the stress test done on a treadmill and other physical assessments, hearing and vision, TB shot and general physical, and ultrasound. Very very thorough procedure! Each person that did the separate assessments was very nice, professional, and explained EVERYTHING! No, I don't like to disrobe in front if anyone, but that's needed when a thorough exam is done. If you are so bothered by that, then maybe police work/EMS/fire fighter isn't for you, you'll be in far far more uncomfortable situations during your career. And I only had to fully disrobe once (shorts down to mid thigh), quickly, for my testicular exam. Your shirt will need to be removed during the stress test (a bunch of probes need to be attached to your chest to monitor your heart), the ultrasound (EVERY organ and major artery are checked), and the physical. I HIGHLY recommend getting this done, the agency I am going through the process for allows the employee and every household member over 18 to get one done every year. My family will never miss out on that yearly opportunity. I didn't expect any problems, and none were found, but believing you are healthy and knowing you are healthy are two very different things. For instance, I now know my artery walls are in great shape with no plaque buildup or thickening walls, and I don't have any kidney or gall bladder stones. These are things that you wouldn't notice until it was too late. Again, the ultrasound tech was very thorough, the arteries and kidney/gall bladder stones are just an example. An acquaintance of mine had one done for pre-employment and a 10 pound tumor was found around his kidney. He had virtually NO symptoms. He lives in a different area, but same company, Life Scan, did his assessment.