Your health is important. That is why the Community Memorial Health System HealthAware program stresses the importance of accessing our free online risk assessments. Each assessment includes a quick, 7- minute questionnaire that is designed to determine your risk factors for developing heart disease, stroke, diabetes, lung cancer, as well as your potential risk for various weight disorders.
If your assessment results in positive risk factors, you will be eligible to have a free consultation with a Nurse Practitioner. At that time it will be determined if further analysis is required. You may be asked to have a fasting cholesterol/glucose panel, electrocardiogram, your blood pressure will be monitored, your Body Mass Index will be reviewed, and blood oxygen levels may be tested. All of these results will be discussed and assessed.
In addition, Community Memorial Health System has many free classes to help you reach your best health and assist in creating an optimal quality of life.
Unlike some diseases, cardiovascular disease can largely be predicted and prevented. It can also be detected in its early stages and treated.
The on-line evaluation takes just seven minutes. It will tell you if you are at risk for heart disease and how to get help. In just seven minutes, you might just save a life. Yours.
Anyone can have a stroke, regardless of age, sex or race. Your chances for having a stroke increase if you have certain risk factors. Approximately 750,000 strokes will occur each year. 500,000 of those strokes could be prevented. Don't be a statistic. Find out if you are at risk today.
Over seven million people in the United States are unaware that they have type 2 diabetes. Many people may not have symptoms, so early detection is important to diagnose the condition and prevent harmful complications. The key is proper education and awareness of what to do to reduce your risks.
This assessment helps you identify your potential risk of various weight disorders such as diabetes, sleep apnea, cholesterol issues, knee or joint problems and/or heart/stroke disease.
The assessment will also help you determine if you are a candidate for bariatric surgery.