Master Health Check Up Program


Master Health Check Up Program

A step toward preventive and personalized care 

The Master Health Check Up Program goes by many names — well-check, check-up, preventive care visit, annual physical , but it’s important no matter what you call it.

Instead of being focused on problems, like many other doctor visits, The Master Health Check Up Program is focused on preventive care. It’s also an active part of our pursuit of personalized healthcare because it helps us focus on your specific health status and needs.

Here’s what to expect from The Master Health Check Up Program.

1. Measure Hight and Weight

These standard measurements provide a baseline and a way to monitor your health. For example, big changes in weight can indicate health problems.

2. Check vital signs

You know the routine blood pressure and heart rate especially. These are important for everyone to monitor, but especially if you have a family history of heart disease.

3. Review personal health concerns

Is a new symptom bothering you? Have you noticed something you want to follow up about? This is your chance. Come prepared to ask questions.

4. Review medical care preferences

This is also your chance to review your preferences related to medical care. Have you considered your approach to blood transfusions or do not resuscitate (DNR) status, for example? These aren’t always easy conversations to have, but your doctor can walk you through them.

5. Assess your social environment and how it affects your health

Are you around a lot of smoking? Is stress a major issue for you at work? What is your diet like?  Knowing about these types of environmental factors can help your doctor know your risks  and help you reduce them.

6. Review your medication list

What are you currently taking, including supplements and over-the counter drugs? Knowing this information helps with future prescriptions and with avoiding any dangerous drug interactions.

7. Review family health history

Family history is such an important tool in personalized healthcare. Come prepared with information about your relatives, including what conditions they have or had, and if they are no longer living, how they died and at what age.

8. Have an actual physical exam

Your doctor will evaluate each organ system. For certain age groups, this also may include a clinical breast exam and pelvic exam for women and a genital and prostate exam for men.

9. Get necessary tests and screenings

This may include blood tests, which are customized to evidence-based screening guidelines for your age group and sex. Be sure to follow up with your doctor’s office about results, too.

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