Plan for Prevention
Prevention has always been a part of the culture at Kaiser Permanente. That is why Kaiser Permanente consistently ranks at the top in prevention among health plans nationally. Here, you can learn how to develop your own prevention plan.
Preventive health services describe the types of medical care that help to prevent disease or to detect disease early enough so that treatment is more likely to be successful. These services can include immunizations, laboratory tests, medical procedures, behavioral health interventions, or other types of screening methods.
Developing a prevention plan involves learning about preventive health services and discussing with your doctor about which preventive health services are most appropriate for you. As you begin to develop your personalized prevention plan, take a look at the following resources:
My Prevention Services
Check which immunizations and screening tests you may need with our personalized online preventive services (www.kp.org/mypreventivehealth). If you're due for a mammogram, Pap test, colorectal screening, or other preventive services, take action now.
Look here to find out how to arrange your preventive test or immunization.
If you still have questions, send your doctor a secure message at kp.org/mydoctor or call to schedule an appointment at (408) 362-4791.
During your next appointment, check your registration slip. The registration slip can tell you if you might be due for certain preventive health services.
Prevention Information on your Registration Slip
Informacion de prevencion en su hoja de registro
interactive guide to health screenings for adults over 21 years of age
Last updated on 1/7/2013.