Employee & Community Health

Adult Schedule

The recommended healthcare preventive needs are constantly changing.  For example, an annual physical/medical examination is not always recommended or necessary.  Although your personal health could impact these recommendations, the schedules below can help recommend the services that should be considered based upon your age.

View the complete adult screening schedule schedule.

  • Screening Recommendations for Females: 18-39 Years
    Screening Recommendations for Females: 18-39 Years

    This schedule of preventive services reflects recommendations for healthy individuals who have no symptoms and are at "normal" risk. If you have a family history of cancer or other conditions, you and your health care team will consider further testing in addition to the preventive services recommended.

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    Immunizations                Flu vaccine every year; for all others, refer to CDC Adult Immunization schedule                
    Tobacco / Alcohol / Intimate partner violenceEvery year
    Blood pressure / Obesity (Body mass index - BMI)Every two years
    Diabetes (Blood glucose)Every three years if hypertension or a BMI > 25 kg/m2
    Hypercholesterolemia (Lipids)Every four to six years
     Hepatitis B (HepB) Screen (Blood Test)Screen all adolescents and adults at high risk for HBV infection including those previously vaccinated 
    Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)At least one lifetime screen
    Chlamydia / GonorrheaAge less than or equal to 24 every year if sexually 
    Age greater than 24 every year if increased risk
    Provider Visits
    Preventive Service VisitAge 21-29: Every three years 
    Age 30-39: Every three to five years
    Cervical Cancer (Pap)Age 21-29: Every three years
    Age 30-39: Every three to five years
  • Screening Recommendations for Females: 40-49 Years
    Screening Recommendations for Females: 40-49 Years

    This schedule of preventive services reflects recommendations for healthy individuals who have no symptoms and are at "normal" risk. If you have a family history of cancer or other conditions, you and your health care team will consider further testing in addition to the preventive services recommended.

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    ImmunizationsFlu vaccine every year; for all others, refer to CDC Adult Immunization schedule
    Tobacco / Alcohol / Intimate partner violenceEvery year
    Breast Cancer (Mammography screening / discussion)Every year
    Blood pressure / Obesity (Body mass index - BMI)Every two years
    Diabetes (Blood glucose)Age 40-44: Every three years if hypertension or a BMI > 25 kg/m2 
    Age greater than or equal to 45 every three years
    Hypercholesterolemia (Lipids)Every four to six years
    Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)At least one lifetime screen
    Hepatitis B (HepB) Screen (Blood Test)Screen all adolescents and adults at high risk for HBV infection including those previously vaccinated 
    Hepatitis COne time screen if born between 1945-1965
    Chlamydia / GonorrheaEvery year if increased risk
    Provider Visits
    Preventive Service VisitEvery three to five years
    Cervical Cancer (Pap)Every three years
  • Screening Recommendations for Females: 50-64 Years
    • Screening Recommendations for Females: 50-64 Years
    • This schedule of preventive services reflects recommendations for healthy individuals who have no symptoms and are at "normal" risk. If you have a family history of cancer or other conditions, you and your health care team will consider further testing in addition to the preventive services recommended.

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      ImmunizationsFlu vaccine every year; for all others, refer to CDC Adult Immunization schedule
      Tobacco / Alcohol / Intimate partner violenceEvery year
      Breast Cancer (Mammography screening / discussion)Every year
      Blood pressure (Body mass index - BMI)Every two years
      Diabetes (Blood glucose)Every three years
      Hypercholesterolemia (Lipids)Every four to six years
      Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)At least one lifetime screen
      Hepatitis B (HepB) Screen (Blood Test)Screen all adolescents and adults at high risk for HBV infection including those previously vaccinated 
      Hepatitis COne time screen if born between 1945-1965
      Chlamydia / GonorrheaEvery year if increased risk
      Provider Visits
      Preventive Service VisitEvery three to five years
      Colon cancerEvery 10 years starting at age 50 (if colonoscopy) 
      Every three years for Cologuard
      Cervical Cancer (Pap)Every three to five years
  • Screening Recommendations for Females: 65 and older
    Screening Recommendations for Females: 65 and older

    This schedule of preventive services reflects recommendations for healthy individuals who have no symptoms and are at "normal" risk. If you have a family history of cancer or other conditions, you and your health care team will consider further testing in addition to the preventive services recommended.

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    ImmunizationsFlu vaccine every year; for all others, refer to CDC Adult Immunization schedule
    Tobacco / Alcohol / Intimate partner violenceEvery year
    Breast Cancer (Mammography screening / discussion) Age 65-75: Every year 
    Blood pressure (Body mass index - BMI)Every two years
    Diabetes (Blood glucose)Every three years
    Hypercholesterolemia (Lipids)Age 65-75: Every four to six years
    Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)At least one lifetime screen
    Hepatitis B (HepB) Screen (Blood Test)Screen all adolescents and adults at high risk for HBV infection including those previously vaccinated 
    Hepatitis COne time screen if born between 1945-1965
    Chlamydia / GonorrheaEvery year if increased risk
    Provider Visits
    Preventive Service VisitEvery five years
    Colon cancerAges 65-75; every 10 years for colonoscopy; and beyond if life expectancy greater than 10 years 
    Every three years for Cologuard
    Cervical Cancer (Pap)No screen if adequate negative prior screening and patient not high risk
    Osteoporosis screen  Screening bone density measurement at age 65
  • Screening Recommendations for Males: 18-39 Years
    Screening Recommendations for Males: 18-39 Years

    This schedule of preventive services reflects recommendations for healthy individuals who have no symptoms and are at "normal" risk. If you have a family history of cancer or other conditions, you and your health care team will consider further testing in addition to the preventive services recommended.

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    ImmunizationsFlu vaccine every year; for all others, refer to CDC Adult Immunization schedule
    Tobacco / Alcohol / Intimate partner violenceEvery year
    Blood pressure / Obesity (Body mass index - BMI)Every two years
    Diabetes (Blood glucose)Every three years if hypertension or a BMI > 25 kg/m2
    Hypercholesterolemia (Lipids)Every four to six years
    Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)At least one lifetime screen
    Hepatitis B (HepB) Screen (Blood Test) Screen all adolescents and adults at high risk for HBV infection including those previously vaccinated
    Provider Visits
    Preventive service visitEvery five to ten years
  • Screening Recommendations for Males: 50-64 Years
    Screening Recommendations for Males: 50-64 Years

    This schedule of preventive services reflects recommendations for healthy individuals who have no symptoms and are at "normal" risk. If you have a family history of cancer or other conditions, you and your health care team will consider further testing in addition to the preventive services recommended.

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    Care Team Evaluation
    ImmunizationsFlu vaccine every year; for all others, refer to CDC Adult Immunization schedule
    Tobacco / Alcohol / Intimate partner violenceEvery year
    Blood pressure (Body mass index - BMI)Every two years
    Diabetes (Blood glucose)Every three years
    Hypercholesterolemia (Lipids)Every four to six years
    Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)At least one lifetime screen
    Hepatitis B (HepB) Screen (Blood Test)  Screen all adolescents and adults at high risk for HBV infection including those previously vaccinated
    Hepatitis COne time screen if born between 1945-1965
    Provider Visits
    Preventive Service VisitEvery five to ten years
    Colon cancerEvery 10 years starting at age 50 (if colonoscopy) 
    Every three years for Cologuard
    Prostate cancerCould be offered
  • Screening Recommendations for Males: 40-49 Years
    Screening Recommendations for Males: 40-49 Years

    This schedule of preventive services reflects recommendations for healthy individuals who have no symptoms and are at "normal" risk. If you have a family history of cancer or other conditions, you and your health care team will consider further testing in addition to the preventive services recommended.

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    Care Team Evaluation
    ImmunizationsFlu vaccine every year; for all others, refer to CDC Adult Immunization schedule
    Tobacco / Alcohol / Intimate partner violenceEvery year
    Blood pressure / Obesity (Body mass index - BMI)Every two years
    Diabetes (Blood glucose)Age 40-44: Every three years if hypertension or a BMI > 25 kg/m2
    Age greater than or equal to 45: Every three years
    Hypercholesterolemia (Lipids)Every four to six years
    Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)At least one lifetime screen
    Hepatitis B (HepB) Screen (Blood Test) Screen all adolescents and adults at high risk for HBV infection including those previously vaccinated 
    Hepatitis COne time screen if born between 1945-1965
    Provider Visits
    Preventive service visitEvery five to ten years
  • Screening Recommendations for Males: 65 and older
    Screening Recommendations for Males: 65 and older

    This schedule of preventive services reflects recommendations for healthy individuals who have no symptoms and are at "normal" risk. If you have a family history of cancer or other conditions, you and your health care team will consider further testing in addition to the preventive services recommended.

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    ImmunizationsFlu vaccine every year; for all others, refer to CDC Adult Immunization schedule
    Tobacco / Alcohol / Intimate partner violenceEvery year
    Abdominal Aortic AneurysmOne time screen if smoking history
    Blood pressure (Body mass index - BMI)Every two years
    Diabetes (Blood glucose)Every three years
    Hypercholesterolemia (Lipids)Age 65-75: Every four to six years
    Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)At least one lifetime screen
    Hepatitis B (HepB) Screen (Blood Test)   Screen all adolescents and adults at high risk for HBV infection including those previously vaccinated
    Hepatitis COne time screen if born between 1945-1965
    Provider Visits
    Preventive Service VisitEvery five to ten years
    Colon cancerAges 65-75: Every 10 years for colonoscopy; and beyond if life expectancy greater than 10 years
    Every three years for Cologuard
    Prostate CancerCould be offered through age 70 and beyond if life expectancy exceeds 10 years
    Osteoporosis screen
    Age greater than or equal to 70: Screen at age 70 if risk factors present