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Preventative Care Services

Get Regular Checkups
Your doctor or nurse can help you stay healthy. Ask your doctor or nurse how often you need to be seen for a routine checkup. Use this time to bring up any health concerns or questions you have. Make sure to ask about:

  • Alcohol use
  • Depression
  • Weight

Women’s Health Care

Ages 18 - 39

  • Blood Pressure Test
    • Get tested at least every 2 years if you have normal blood pressure (lower than 120/80).
    • Get tested once a year if you have blood pressure between 120/80 and 139/89.
    • Discuss treatment with your doctor or nurse if you have blood pressure 140/90 or higher.
  • Cervical Cancer Screening (Pap Test)
    • Get a Pap test every 3 years if you are 21 or older and have a cervix.
    • If you are 30 or older, you can get a Pap test and HPV test together every 5 years.
  • Chlamydia Test
    • Get tested for chlamydia yearly through age 24 if you are sexually active or pregnant.
    • Age 25 and older, get tested for chlamydia if you are at increased risk, pregnant or not pregnant.
  • Cholesterol Test
    • Starting at age 20, get a cholesterol test regularly if you are at increased risk for heart disease.
    • Ask your doctor or nurse how often you need your cholesterol tested.
  • Diabetes Screening
    • Get screened for diabetes if your blood pressure is higher than 135/80 or if you take medicine for high blood pressure.
  • Gonorrhea Test
    • Get tested for gonorrhea if you are sexually active and at increased risk, pregnant or not pregnant.
  • HIV Test
    • Get tested for HIV at least once.
    • Discuss your risk with your doctor or nurse because you may need more frequent tests.
    • All pregnant women need to be tested for HIV.
  • Syphilis Test
    • Get tested for syphilis if you are at increased risk or pregnant.

Ages 40 - 49

  • Blood Pressure Test
    • Get tested at least every 2 years if you have normal blood pressure (lower than 120/80).
    • Get tested once a year if you have blood pressure between 120/80 and 139/89.
    • Discuss treatment with your doctor or nurse if you have blood pressure 140/90 or higher.
  • Breast Cancer Screening (Mammogram)
    • Discuss with your doctor or nurse.
  • Cervical Cancer Screening (Pap Test)
    • Get a Pap test and HPV test together every 3 years if you have a cervix.
  • Chlamydia Test
    • Get tested for chlamydia if you are sexually active and at increased risk, pregnant or not pregnant.
  • Cholesterol Test
    • Get a cholesterol test regularly if you are at increased risk for heart disease.
    • Ask your doctor or nurse how often you need your cholesterol tested.
  • Diabetes Screening
    • Get screened for diabetes if your blood pressure is higher than 135/80 or if you take medicine for high blood pressure.
  • Gonorrhea Test
    • Get tested for gonorrhea if you are sexually active and at increased risk, pregnant or not pregnant.
  • HIV Test
    • Get tested for HIV at least once.
    • Discuss your risk with your doctor or nurse because you may need more frequent tests.
    • All pregnant women need to be tested for HIV.
  • Syphilis Test
    • Get tested for syphilis if you are at increased risk or pregnant.

Ages 50 - 64

  • Blood Pressure Test
    • Get tested at least every 2 years if you have normal blood pressure (lower than 120/80).
    • Get tested once a year if you have blood pressure between 120/80 and 139/89.
    • Discuss treatment with your doctor or nurse if you have blood pressure 140/90 or higher.
  • Bone Mineral Density Test (Osteoporosis Screening)
    • Discuss with your doctor or nurse if you are at risk of osteoporosis
  • Breast Cancer Screening (Mammogram)
    • Starting at age 50, get screened every 1-2 years
  • Cervical Cancer Screening (Pap Test)
    • Get a Pap test and HPV test together every 3 years if you have a cervix.
      Chlamydia Test
    • Get tested for chlamydia if you are sexually active and at increased risk.
  • Cholesterol Test
    • Get a cholesterol test regularly if you are at increased risk for heart disease.
    • Ask your doctor or nurse how often you need your cholesterol tested.
  • Colorectal Cancer Screening (Using Fecal Occult Blood Testing, Sigmoidoscopy, or Colonoscopy)
    • Starting at age 50, get screened for colorectal cancer.
    • Talk to your doctor or nurse about which screening test is best for you and how often you need it.
  • Diabetes Screening
    • Get screened for diabetes if your blood pressure is higher than 135/80 or if you take medicine for high blood pressure.
  • Gonorrhea Test
    • Get tested for gonorrhea if you are sexually active and at increased risk.
  • HIV Test
    • Get tested for HIV at least once.
    • Discuss your risk with your doctor or nurse because you may need more frequent tests.
  • Syphilis Test
    • Get tested for syphilis if you are at increased risk.

Ages 64 & Older

  • Blood Pressure Test
    • Get tested at least every 2 years if you have normal blood pressure (lower than 120/80).
    • Get tested once a year if you have blood pressure between 120/80 and 139/89.
    • Discuss treatment with your doctor or nurse if you have blood pressure 140/90 or higher.
  • Bone Mineral Density Test (Osteoporosis Screening)
    • Get this test at least once at age 65 or older.
    • Talk to your doctor or nurse about repeat testing.
  • Breast Cancer Screening (Mammogram)
    • Get screened every 1-2 years through age 74.
    • Age 75 and older, ask your doctor or nurse if you need to be screened.
  • Cervical Cancer Screening (Pap Test)
    • Ask your doctor or nurse if you need to get a Pap test.
  • Chlamydia Test
    • Get tested for chlamydia if you are sexually active and at increased risk.
  • Cholesterol Test
    • Get a cholesterol test regularly if you are at increased risk for heart disease.
    • Ask your doctor or nurse how often you need your cholesterol tested.
  • Colorectal Cancer Screening (Using Fecal Occult Blood Testing, Sigmoidoscopy, or Colonoscopy)
    • Get screened for colorectal cancer through age 75.
    • Talk to your doctor or nurse about which screening test is best for you and how often you need it.
  • Diabetes Screening
    • Get screened for diabetes if your blood pressure is higher than 135/80 or if you take medicine for high blood pressure.
  • Gonorrhea Test
    • Get tested for gonorrhea if you are sexually active and at increased risk.
  • HIV Test
    • Get tested for HIV at least once if you are age 65 and have never been tested.
    • Get tested if you are at increased risk for HIV.
    • Discuss your risk with your doctor or nurse.
  • Syphilis Test
    • Get tested for syphilis if you are at increased risk.

Care Coordinator

Making the most of your medical exam:

  • Be prepared. Write down you questions and concerns.
  • Your medical history is important information.
  • Bring a list of your medications.
  • Feel free to bring a family member or friend with you, sometimes it is helpful to have another pair of ears listening with you.

We offer care coordinators to help you walk through the process of test and concerns. If you would like to talk with one of our coordinators, please let the Doctor or Nurse know at the time of your visit or call us! We are here to help you.

Care Coordinator

RN Jen Kramer has trained to become a Certified Care Coordinator. Working together, the clinic practitioners and the Care Coordinator identify patients who would benefit from support in addition to the traditional support the clinic and practitioners provide.

Care Coordinator helps:

  • Patients with two or more chronic conditions
  • Who need some extra help managing appointments, medications.
  • Questions you may have about what to do with health information.
  • With frequent contact, they guide you through the confusion of healthcare.

There are many benefits from using our Care Coordinator. They may suggest the addition of other healthcare professionals to the patient’s care team. Through frequent contact, and helping the patient understand their condition and what they can do to care for themselves, they aim to help patients return to a healthier state or to live as well as possible with their condition.

Annual Medicare Wellness Visit

Did you know that Medicare covers a one-time “Welcome to Medicare” screening visit and an “Annual Wellness Visit?” Both of these visits have no co-pay or deductibles applied and are a great way to improve your health. Your Wellness Visit will include a complete health history review and many other services. To make an appointment for more info about your annual Medicare Wellness Visit call 800-916-1836 to make an appointment.

If you need help selecting a primary care provider call our patient care provider, Jen Kramer, RN at 800-916-1836.

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