HIV – For all adults ages 18 – 65 years
Hepatitis C – Once between ages 18-79
Colon Cancer Screening – Should begin at age 45 and options vary, but include yearly at-home fecal testing with or without colonoscopy every 10 years.
Cardiac CT Screening for Heart Disease – Recommended for men 45+, women 55+ and individuals with history of smoking or other risk factors. Discuss with provider.
Lung Cancer Screening – Ages 50-74. Low-dose CT Scan may be needed yearly based on smoking history. Discuss with provider with a 20 year smoking history that currently smokes or within the last 15 years.
Screening for Aortic Aneurysm – Men 55+ and women 65+ who have a history of smoking should undergo abdominal ultrasound screening for Aortic Aneurysm. May be indicated for non-smokers with family history of aneurysm. Discuss with provider.
Flu shot – Yearly
MMR (Measles, Mumps, & Rubella) – Needed only if no record of at least one dose of MMR vaccine
Tdap/Td – Td or Tdap booster every 10 years
Shingles Vaccine – Ages 50+ should receive a two-dose vaccine series
Pneumococcal Vaccine – Ages 65+ should begin pneumonia vaccine series
Pap Test for Cervical Cancer – Cervical cancer screening every 3 years
hrHPV Test for Cervical Cancer – Option for test with or without pap test every 5 years
Mammogram for Breast Cancer – Ages 40-54 should receive yearly mammograms
Bone Density Screening – Begin at age 65
PSA Test for Prostate Cancer – All men ages 50-74 should discuss this simple blood test with provider.