COVID-19 and Vaccine Information
Masks are still required in healthcare settings per CDC and state health department guidelines.
The last two years have taught us the importance of prioritizing health and safety and being mindful of healthy decision-making.
As we begin to imagine what healthcare looks like going forward, there’s no better time to empower ourselves with the tools and information needed to live a healthy and happy life.
Now more than ever, it’s critical to prioritize preventive care and make a plan to complete annual health screenings — especially those that were delayed during the pandemic.
Screenings are a critical piece of your healthcare plan, often the first line of defense against some of the most common illnesses you may face. Completing them regularly can help to catch any concerns quickly and allow them to be addressed by your PeaceHealth care team.
With all the information out there about necessary screenings, it can be overwhelming. The US Preventive Services Task Force has compiled a comprehensive list of screenings that will give you a good starting place to prepare to talk with your primary care provider at your next appointment.
Here are some of the most common screenings that you may have missed or skipped last year:
Many screenings are designed to catch early signs of different types of cancer. Did you know PeaceHealth offers services supporting cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment?
Set a reminder to schedule preventative screenings today. If you have questions, concerns, or want to develop a care plan for screenings that are recommended for you, be sure to schedule an appointment with your primary care provider or a PeaceHealth provider to get started.