• Body Mass Index

    At each routine visit.

    Blood Pressure

    At each routine visit.

    Cholesterol Test

    Consult your Provider.

    Blood Glucose

    Consult your provider if you are at high risk for diabetes.

    Breast Cancer

    Consult your provider.

    Cervical cancer Screening

    Every 3 years from age 21 - 30 with cytology (Pap).

    Colon Cancer Screening

    Consult your provider.

    Body Mass Index

    At each routine visit.

    Blood Pressure

    At each routine visit.

    Cholesterol Test

    Every 5 years from age 35 on.

    Blood Glucose

    Consult your provider if you are at high risk for diabetes.

    Breast Cancer

    Consult your provider.

    Cervical cancer Screening

    Every 3 years from age 21 - 30 with cytology (Pap).

    Colon Cancer Screening

    Consult your provider.

    Body Mass Index

    At each routine visit.

    Blood Pressure

    At each routine visit.

    Cholesterol Test

    Consult your Provider.

    Blood Glucose

    Every 3 years from age 40 - 70.

    Breast Cancer

    Every 1 -2 years from age 45 - 75.

    Cervical cancer Screening

    Every 3 years from age 21 - 30 with cytology (Pap).

    Every 5 years from age 30 - 65 with cytology and HPV.

    Colon Cancer Screening

    Consult your provider.

    Body Mass Index

    At each routine visit.

    Blood Pressure

    At each routine visit.

    Cholesterol Test

    Every 5 years from age 35 on.

    Blood Glucose

    Every 3 years from age 40 - 70.

    Breast Cancer

    Every 1 -2 years from age 45 - 75.

    Cervical cancer Screening

    Every 3 years from age 21 - 30 with cytology (Pap).

    Every 5 years from age 30 - 65 with cytology and HPV.

    Talk with your provider about the best screening option for you.

    Body Mass Index

    At each routine visit.

    Blood Pressure

    At each routine visit.

    Cholesterol Test

    Consult your Provider.

    Blood Glucose

    Every 3 years from age 40 - 70.

    Breast Cancer

    Every 1 -2 years from age 45 - 75.

    Cervical cancer Screening

    Not clinically indicated

    Talk with your provider about the best screening option for you.



    The Recommendations above are based on national guidelines from The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologist for patients of average risk. If you have a higher than average risk, talk with your provider as you may need certain tests earlier or more often than what is recommended for your average age group. If you are over 65, you may also be due for a Pneumococcal Vaccination. Please discuss this with your provider at your next visit for more information.