Preventative Care and Screening Program
The Preventative Care and Screening Program aims to prevent illness and screen you for medical conditions which may be easier to treat if caught early.
Immunizations help keep you and your family healthy, and should be up to date and continued throughout your life.
Please contact us at 416-740-2810 or 647-342-8266 should you have any questions or need further information.
You are encouraged to get screening for the following:
- Immunizations such as the Flu shot, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Shingles, Tetanus, Pneumonia and others.
- Cervical cancer screening: females who have ever been sexually active should have a PAP test every 3 years from age 21 to 69.
- Colon cancer screening: all patients 50 to74 years old should do a fecal occult blood test (a stool sample you collect at home) every 2 years.
- Breast cancer screening: all women 50 to74 years old should do mammogram testing every 2 years.
CLICK HERE to view our 2020 Program Calendar with dates, location, and times. Classes are free to attend and are open to members of the community.
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