8400 E Prentice Ave, Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Free Preventive Screenings, Immunizations & Health Services

Preventive care helps keep you healthy and out of the hospital. We want to help you and your primary care provider prevent and manage health problems before you feel sick or are disabled. After all, members are our lifeblood. So the healthier our members are, the healthier the CO-OP is!

Under the Affordable Care Act, health insurance plans must cover certain preventive services without charging you a co-payment or coinsurance. This is true even if you haven’t met your yearly deductible. This applies only when you receive these services by an in- network provider. What types of preventive care and services are available?

Below is the list of preventive services your plan covers for Children and Teens or Adults at zero cost to you:

Preventive Health Services for Children and Teens
Alcohol and Drug Use Assessments Adolescents
Autism Screening 18 and 24 months
Behavioral Assessments 0-11 months, 1-4 years, 5-10 years,
11-14 years, 15-17 years
Blood Pressure Screenings 0-11 months, 1-4 years, 5-10 years,
11-14 years, 15-17 years
Cervical Dysplasia (Pap Test) Sexually active females
Depression Screening Adolescents
Developmental Screening Under age 3
Dyslipidemia Screening for children at higher risk of lipid disorders 0-11 months, 1-4 years, 5-10 years,
11-14 years, 15-17 years
Fluoride Supplements For children from either dentist or primary care provider
Gonorrhea preventive medication For the eyes of all newborns
Hearing Screening All newborns
Height, Weight and Body Mass Index (BMI) 0-11 months, 1-4 years, 5-10 years,
11-14 years, 15-17 years
Hematocrit or Hemoglobin Screening Children
Hemoglobinopathies Screening Sickle Cell Newborns
HIV Screening Adolescents at risk
Hypothyroidism Screening Newborns
Immunizations Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis; Haemophilus influenzae type b; Hepatitis A and B; Human Papillomavirus (HPV);
Inactivated Poliovirus; Influenza (Flu Shot); Measles; Meningococcal; Pneumococcal; Rotavirus; Varicella
Please visit www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/ for immunization schedules by age.
Iron Supplements Children ages 6 – 12 months at risk for anemia
Lead Screening Children at risk of exposure
Medical History 0-11 months, 1-4 years, 5-10 years,
11-14 years, 15-17 years
Obesity Screening and Counseling Children
Oral Health Assessment 0 – 11 months, 1 – 4 years, 5 – 10 years
Phenylketonuria Screening PKU Newborns
Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Screening and Counseling Adolescents at risk
Tuberculin Testing 0-11 months, 1-4 years, 5-10 years,
11-14 years, 15-17 years
Vision Screening(not a complete eye exam) Children


Preventive Health Services for Adults
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm One-Time Screening Men age 65 – 75 who have ever smoked
Alcohol Misuse Screening and Counseling All adults
Anemia Screening Pregnant women
Aspirin Use to prevent cardiovascular disease Men age 45 – 79 and women age 55 – 79
Blood Pressure Screening All adults
Breast Cancer Genetic Test Counseling (BRCA) Women at higher risk
Breast Cancer Mammography Screenings Every 1 to 2 years for women over 40
Breast Cancer Chemoprevention Counseling Women at higher risk
Breastfeeding Comprehensive Support and Counseling Pregnant and nursing women
Cervical Cancer screening Pap Test Sexually active women
Chlamydia Infection Screening Sexually active women
Cholesterol Screening Men ages 35 and older, or under 35 if risk factors; women age 20 and older at risk of heart disease
Colorectal Cancer Screening Adults over age 50
Contraception All women
Depression Screening All adults
Diabetes Screening – Type 2 Adults with high blood pressure
Diet Counseling Adults at risk for chronic disease
Domestic and Interpersonal Violence Screening and Counseling All women
Folic Acid (Prenatal Vitamins) Women who may become pregnant
Gestational Diabetes Screening Women 24 – 28 weeks pregnant; and those at risk of developing
Gonorrhea Screening Sexually active women
Hepatitis B screening Pregnant women
HIV Screening and Counseling Everyone age 15 – 65, and other ages at increased risk
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) DNA Test Woman ages 30 – 65 every 3 years
Immunizations Hepatitis A and B; Herpes Zoster; Human Papillomavirus (HPV); Influenza (Flu Shot); Measles, Mumps, Rubella; Meningococcal; Pneumococcal; Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis; Varicella Please visit www.cdc.gov/vaccines for immunization schedules
Obesity Screening and Counseling All adults
Osteoporosis Screening Women over age 60
Rh Incompatibility Screening Pregnant women; at risk
Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Screening and Prevention All adults
Syphilis Screening Pregnant women and adults
Tobacco Use Screening and Interventions All adults and cessation interventions for tobacco users
Urinary Tract or Other Infection Screening Pregnant women
Well-Woman Visits Women under age 65


Why we’re big on preventive care

Our goal is to help prevent or detect issues early, before you have complications that could land you in the hospital and have a bigger impact your wallet. That’s why we don’t just want you to access free preventive health services. Routine checkups and screenings with your primary care provider are important. They can help you find potential health concerns early. And that can make a big difference in being able to effectively manage health conditions.