Be proactive with your health!

Preventive care helps you maintain your overall health and get ahead of any health issues. Routine checkups, immunizations, lab tests and health screenings may help you lower your risk for disease and they help your doctor diagnose and treat any health concerns early. 

As part of our mission to improve the health and lives of the people in the communities we serve, we want to help Health New England members practice good preventive care in order to maintain their health. Below are a few of the preventive care resources available right now.

To maintain good health, the CDC recommends checking your blood pressure on a regular basis. Blood pressure is a measurement of the amount of pressure in your blood vessels (mm Hg). Keep track of your blood pressure by participating in this challenge. Follow the instructions in the PDF below and track your results using the Tracking Form.

Tracking Sheet

Find ways to be kind every day during the Acts of Kindness Challenge. Studies show that being kind makes you feel connected to others, builds self esteem and can increase happiness. Plus, it's contagious!

Learn more about the challenge from reading the Program Flyer below and track your results using the Tracking Form.

When grateful, we have chosen to be in the mindset of noticing, focusing and appreciating the positive things around us. Improve your emotional health by incorporating habits of gratitude and thankfulness during A Month of Gratitude.

We’re adding new programs all the time, so be sure to check back often.

If you have any questions or would like reference materials related to the activities above, please contact the Health Management Program Department at

All information contained on this website, including the preventive health recommendations, is for general information purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. For specific information or advice relating to your medical needs, please consult your primary care provider.