The Importance of Annual Health Exams

Keeping you and your family healthy is the primary objective at Medinet Family Care Clinic in southwest Houston. The best way to ensure you are healthy for the future is by checking your current health status.

At our Houston health clinic, our physicians highly recommend coming in for an annual health examination. This allows our doctors to check to make sure you aren’t experiencing any illnesses beneath the surface or have potential sicknesses in the making.

Through various non-invasive tests, we are able to ensure your health is in good shape for the following year. Annual health exams are really preemptive, preventative care. Knowing you are healthy can give you the confidence you need to live your life confidently.

WHAT WE CHECK FOR WITH ANNUAL HEALTH EXAMS

Annual health exams typically involve the following check ups:

Along with this, our doctors go through a health questionnaire with each patient, asking them about their health history, prescription medicine intake, current health status, if they are suffering from any type of health problems (like diarrhea, dizziness, etc.) that may indicate something more serious, and family health history. This provides our physicians with the right information about you so that we can best serve you and make certain that you are and continue to be the healthiest you possible.

Our medical staff works hard to schedule each patient according to their convenience so that it is easy for them to come in, receive their check up, and leave in a timely manner. We will work hard to be cognizant of your time. We will also provide you with the results of your annual exam upon request.

SCHEDULE YOUR ANNUAL HEALTH EXAM THIS MONTH

July is a great month to receive an annual health exam. The summertime is typically a slow, more free time for patients. If it has been more than a year since you received a health examination, then contact our medical clinic today and schedule your appointment.

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