Preventive Services

We have a comprehensive clinical team, including board certified internal medicine doctors, pediatricians, and in-house specialists that will follow national guidelines to offer you all the preventive services you will benefit from based on your age group and gender. You will have a personal primary care physician trained to provide you with first contact, continuous, and comprehensive care, including preventive services. Your personal primary care physician will lead a team of professional and support personnel who collectively will take responsibility of monitoring your health and making sure you receive all preventive services you need. Your preventive health services will be facilitated by the use of an electronic health record (EHR), health information exchange systems and other means to assure you get the indicated preventive services when and where you need and want it in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner.

Breast Cancer Screening

Breast cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers; it accounts for a quarter of all new cancer diagnoses among women in the U.S. According to the CDC, mammography is the best method to detect breast cancer early. When breast cancer is detected in an early stage, treatment is more effective and a cure is more likely. Your personalized medical home team will closely monitor when is more appropriate for you to receive this screening service and will coordinate with you from appointment to obtaining results, including additional services or treatment if need it based on results.

Cervical Cancer Screening

Cervical cancer is diagnosed in more than 12,000 women each year. Regular screening is critical to detecting precancerous cellular changes early, before they lead to cervical cancer. The Pap test is the method used to screening for cervical cancer. Your personalized medical home team will closely monitor when is more appropriate for you to receive this screening service and will coordinate with you from appointment to obtaining results, including additional services or treatment if need it based on results.

Colorectal Cancer Screening

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. Approximately 140,000 men and women are diagnosed with colorectal cancer each year in the U.S. Symptoms of colorectal cancer often do not manifest until disease has progressed and chances of survival have decreased; which is why early screening is important. Evidence-based screening for colorectal cancer is the method used to screening for this type of cancer. Your personalized medical home team will closely monitor when is more appropriate for you to receive this screening service and will coordinate with you from appointment to obtaining results, including additional services or treatment if need it based on results.