Here are some common services that you may need.

Note: These are general guidelines based on the information you provided. Other services may be important based on your lifestyle, family history and risk factors. Please talk to your provider about the right preventive care plan for you.

For a more complete and personal report, fill out your Personal Health Assessment. This is very helpful for members with a health condition. Your answers to these questions will also help offer you education, support and resources.

I want to see services for:

Osteoporosis Screening

What is this screening? A bone density test uses X-rays to measure the amount of calcium and other bone minerals in a portion of your bones. The results can determine if your bones are fragile and more likely to break. Who needs this screening? Most women age 65 years and older should have a bone measurement...

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Blood Lead Test

What is this test? A blood sample is taken to measure the amount of lead in your child’s blood. It can find out whether your child has been exposed to lead. Blood samples may be collected by a finger prick. Young children are at higher risk for lead poisoning because they often put objects in...

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Immunizations

What is this visit? Vaccine immunizations help prevent different diseases. They are usually shots (injections), but some are taken orally. Vaccines also help limit the spread of a disease to others. Who needs this visit? Children get many vaccines at a young age. Your age will determine when you get each vaccine. Some vaccines are...

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Dental Checkup

What is this visit? A dental checkup is good for cleaning your teeth and gums and checking the health of your mouth. This dental checkup usually takes an hour or less to complete Your visit may include (depending on your benefits): Cleaning and polishing X-rays Oral cancer screening Cavity checks Who needs this visit? Children...

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Eye Exam (Child)

What is this visit? An eye exam checks your vision and the health of each of your eyes. Your eye doctor may have you look at letters and pictures to test your eyesight. They may also use eye drops or puffs of air to see your pupils better. Who needs this visit? Children should have...

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Eye Exam (Adult)

What is this visit? An eye exam checks your vision and the health of each of your eyes. Your eye doctor may have you look at letters and pictures to test your eyesight. They may also use eye drops or puffs of air to see your pupils better. Who needs this visit? Adults ages 18...

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Colorectal Cancer Screening

What is this screening? There are a few types of screenings. A fecal occult blood test checks your stool for hidden blood. A sigmoidoscopy and colonoscopy lets your doctor look at your colon for anything abnormal. Who needs this screening? Adults ages 50 to 75. The frequency depends on the type of test. More information...

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Blood Pressure Screening

What is this screening? A measurement of how hard your heart is working to pump your blood, taken using a blood pressure cuff. Who needs this visit? Adults ages 18 to 85 who have high blood pressure. More information Blood Pressure Quiz

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Diabetes: Eye exam

What is this visit? A dilated eye exam that checks the health of your eyes and vision. Who needs this visit? Most people with diabetes should have this test every year. More information Diabetic Retinopathy

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Diabetes: Kidney disease screening

What is this test? A urine test to check for small levels of a blood protein. Who needs this test? Most people with diabetes should have this test every year. More information Liver Panel

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Diabetes: Hemoglobin A1c test

What is this test? A1C is a blood test taken by a finger prick that measures your blood sugar levels over the last few months. This test is done to find out if a person has diabetes or prediabetes, or to see how well a person with diabetes is controlling their blood sugar. Who needs...

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Prediabetes Screening

What is this screening? A blood sample is taken to measure your blood sugar levels. Who needs this screening? Adults ages 35 to 70 years who are overweight or living with obesity. More information Quiz: What do you know about prediabetes?

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Prenatal Visit

What is this visit? A checkup during the first trimester of your pregnancy. Who needs this visit? Individuals who are pregnant. More information Prenatal visits you should have

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Postpartum Visit

What is this visit? A checkup to make sure you are healing well after having a baby. Who needs this visit? Individuals who give birth. You should have this visit 7 to 84 days after delivery. More information Caring for you after giving birth

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Chlamydia Screening

What is this screening? A urine test to check for the infection or a swab of the cervix. Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease that can infect both men and women. It can also cause permanent damage to a woman’s reproductive system, making pregnancy difficult or impossible. Who needs this screening? Women ages 16 to...

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Cervical Cancer Screening

What is this screening? A Pap smear (or Pap test) or HPV test collects a sample of cells by swabbing the cervix. This test detects the presence of the human papillomavirus, which can cause cervical cancer and other health problems. Who needs this screening? Most women ages 21 to 64 should be tested every 3...

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Breast Cancer Screening

What is this screening? A mammogram is an X-ray image of the breast. It can find breast cancer early, when treatment is most successful. Who needs this visit? Most women ages 50 to 74 should have a mammogram every two years. More information Watch a video about mammograms

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HPV Vaccine

What is this vaccine? A vaccine that protects you from the human papillomavirus. This virus can cause cervical cancer and other health problems. Who needs this vaccine? Children should have this vaccine between their 9th and 13th birthdays. The vaccine is usually given in two doses. More information Help prevent cervical cancer

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Wellness Visit (Child)

What is this visit? A checkup to learn about your overall health. Who needs this visit? All children should have a wellness visit with their pediatrician every year. Some tests, vaccinations and screenings, are also done at these visits. Young children should have well visits more often (3 to 5 days old; Months 1, 2,...

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Wellness Visit (Adult)

What is this visit? A checkup to learn about your overall health. Who needs this visit? All members should have a wellness visit with their primary care provider every year. Some tests, vaccinations and screenings, such as blood pressure and body-mass index, can also be done at these visits. More information Adult well-visits

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