top of page

Free preventive care

Each plan includes more than 70 preventive care services that are completely free from day one, including immunizations, routine checkups, counseling and diagnostic tests. These services keep you healthy before you get sick.

for adults

For women

For children

Preventive care services for adults

  • Abdominal aortic aneurysm (single screening for male smokers)

  • Alcohol abuse screening and behavioral counseling.

  • Use of aspirin to help prevent heart attacks or strokes.

  • Blood pressure test.

  • Cholesterol screening (for anyone considered high risk)

  • Colorectal Cancer Screening (for adults age 50 and older)

  • depression detection

  • Diabetes (type 2) screening (for adults with high blood pressure)

  • Dietary counseling (for adults considered to be at high risk for chronic diseases)

  • Hepatitis B Screening

  • Hepatitis C Screening

  • HIV screening

  • Immunization shots (coverage may depend on the specific vaccine)

    • Diphtheria

    • Hepatitis A

    • Hepatitis B

    • Herpes zoster

    • Human papilloma virus (HPV)

    • Influenza (flu)

    • Measles

    • Meningococcus

    • Mumps

    • Whooping cough

    • Pneumococcus

    • Rubella

    • Tetanus

    • Chickenpox

  • Lung cancer screening (for adults considered high risk)

  • Obesity screening and counseling.

  • Counseling to prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

  • Syphilis Screening

  • Screening for tobacco use.


Preventive care services for women

  • Breast Cancer Genetic Testing Counseling – BRCA (for women considered high risk)

  • Mammogram for breast cancer screening (every 1-2 years for women over 40 years of age)

  • Breast cancer chemoprevention counseling (for women considered to be at high risk)

  • Cervical cancer screening.

  • Chlamydia infection detection

  • Detection and counseling of domestic and interpersonal violence.

  • gonorrhea screening

  • HIV screening and counseling.

  • Human papillomavirus (HPV) screening (for women age 30 and older or with normal cytology results)

  • Osteoporosis screening (for women age 60 and older)

  • Rh incompatibility screening and follow-up testing (for women considered high risk)

  • Counseling on sexually transmitted diseases (STIs)

  • Syphilis Screening

  • Examinations and interventions for tobacco use.

  • Consultation for women for recommended services (for women under 65 years of age)


Preventive care services for women who are pregnant or trying to get pregnant

  • Routine screening for anemia.

  • Comprehensive support and advice on breastfeeding.

  • Access to lactation supplies for pregnant and lactating women.

  • Barrier contraceptive methods (for example, diaphragms and sponges)

  • Hormonal birth control methods (for example, birth control pills and vaginal rings).

  • Implanted contraceptive methods (for example, intrauterine devices)

  • Emergency contraception (for example, Plan B® and ella®)

  • Sterilization procedures.

  • Patient education and counseling.

  • folic acid supplements

  • Gestational diabetes screening (for women 24 to 28 weeks pregnant, and those at high risk of developing gestational diabetes)

  • gonorrhea screening

  • Hepatitis B screening (for pregnant women at first prenatal visit)

  • Rh incompatibility screening (for all pregnant women, and follow-up testing for women at higher risk)

  • Syphilis Screening

  • Comprehensive tobacco intervention and counseling (for women who are pregnant and use tobacco)

  • Examination of the urinary tract or other infections.


Preventive care services for children

  • Alcohol and drug use evaluations (for adolescents)

  • Autism screening (for children between 18-24 months)

  • behavioral assessments

  • Blood pressure test.

  • Cervical dysplasia screening (for sexually active women)

  • Depression Screening (for teens)

  • Developmental screening (for children under 3 years old)

  • Dyslipidemia screening (for children considered to be at high risk for lipid disorders)

  • Fluoride chemoprevention supplements (for children who do not have access to water sources containing fluoride)

  • Preventive medications for gonorrhea (for all newborns)

  • Hearing screening (for all newborns)

  • Measurement of height, weight and body mass index (BMI)

  • Hematocrit or hemoglobin detection

  • Hemoglobinopathies or sickle cell screening (for newborns)

  • Hepatitis B screening (for adolescents considered high risk)

  • HIV screening (for adolescents considered high risk)

  • Screening for hypothyroidism (for newborns)

  • Immunization shots (coverage may depend on the specific vaccine)

    • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough)

    • Haemophilus influenza (flu) type b

    • Hepatitis A

    • Hepatitis B

    • Human papilloma virus (HPV)

    • inactivated poliovirus

    • Influenza (flu)

    • Measles

    • Meningococcus

    • Pneumococcus

    • rotavirus

    • chickenpox (chicken pox)

  • Iron supplements (for children at risk of anemia between 6 and 12 months)

  • Lead screening (for children at risk of exposure)

  • medical history

  • Obesity screening and counseling.

  • Oral Health Risk Assessment (for children up to 10 years old)

  • Phenylketonuria (PKU) screening (for newborns)

  • Screening and counseling to prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs) (for adolescents considered to be at high risk)

  • Tuberculin skin test (for children considered high risk)

  • Vision test

bottom of page