Take responsibility for your health and quality of life.

Preventive care is important because it helps you stay healthy, identify potential health problem in the early stages ,access prompt treatment when necessary,which may may be easier to treat and  reduce your overall medical expenses. 

Stay healthier and get more effective treatment – Many types of screenings and tests can catch a disease before it starts.

We suggest periodic health maintenance visits every three years for adult patients who are younger than 40 years old without chronic conditions, and annually for adults 40 years or older.

Priority health problems

Cardiovascular disease

Patients ≥20 years CVD risk assessment every three to five years

Hypertension for all patients – Blood pressure screening/control


Patients between 17 and 21 years recommended one-time screening for dyslipidemia

Risk factors: Women older than 35 years, men older than 25 years or without risk factors:

Women older than 45 years, men 35 years recomended Dyslipidemia screening/control


All patients recommended screen with BMI recommendation. Select patients for treatment based on risk factors.

Physical activity

All patients recomended Counseling to exercise

Diabetes mellitus

Adults with hypertension or hyperlipidemia need to be screened for diabetes mellitus

Adults aged 40 to 70 years with BMI ≥25 kg/m2 Screen for diabetes mellitus as part of cardiovascular risk assessment


Breast cancer

Concerning family history Refer for genetic counseling/testing

Hereditary breast and ovarian syndrome Screen per recommendations

Women >40 Discuss screening, individual decision; if screening desired, screen with mammography every two years

Cervical cancer

Women 21 to 29 years recommended Pap smear every three years

Women ≥30 years Pap smear every three years


Pap smear + HPV testing every five years

Colorectal cancer

Patients with risk factors Screen per recommendations

Patients ≥50 years without risk factors Screening (decide among colonoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, fecal occult blood test)

Lung cancer

Patients 55 to 74 years, ≥30 pack-year smoking history and either currently smoking or quit in the past 15 years

Consider screening with low-dose helical CT scan anuual 

Prostate cancer

High-risk men 40 to 45 years Discuss screening, individual decision

Men ≥50 years without risk factors Discuss screening, individual decision


High-risk patients recommended Periodic skin exam

Average-risk patients recommended Remain vigilant for suspicious lesions



All patients recommended Annual influenza vaccination


All patients recommended Tdap at least once or Td every 10 years


Patients without evidence of immunity recommended Varicella vaccine


Women until 26 years,Men until 21 years,MSM until 26 years recommended HPV vaccine


Patients ≥50 years recommended Zoster vaccine

Pneumococcal disease

Patients with risk factors recommended Pneumococcal vaccine*

Meningococcal disease

Patients with risk factors recommended Meningococcal vaccine

Hepatitis B

Patients with risk factors

Patients with diabetes <60 years and consider if ≥60 years if risk factors recommended Hepatitis B vaccine

Sexually transmitted infections/blood-borne infections


Women <25 years ,Women ≥25 at increased risk, Men at increased risk recommended Screening for chlamydia


Women at increased risk (including sexually-active women <25 years),Men at increased risk recommended Screening for gonorrhea

Hepatitis B

Patients with risk factors recommended Screening for hepatitis B

Hepatitis C

Patients born in the United States between 1945 and 1965 recommendedOne-time screening for hepatitis C

Patients with risk factors recommended Screening for hepatitis C as necessary (new exposure, symptoms or abnormal blood results )


All patients recommended One-time screening


Patients with risk factors recommended Screening for syphilis

Learn more how you can you can prevent disease here.