Do you want to live a healthy lifestyle? We have a prescription with positive side effects designed just for you. Our Health Risk Assessment (HRA) is a process that helps individuals identify possible health risk factors. It assesses one’s likelihood of developing common medical problems and injuries in the future. This helps individuals to make informed decisions about their health. Assessment includes:
- Blood Pressure
- Body Mass Index (BMI)
- Glucose Levels
To access the wellness screening form, download below for a self-assessment or visit any PSMAS branch.
After completing the form please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit in person at a PSMAS branch near you.
Cervical cancer screening
The cervical cancer screening is a care program aimed to inform women on preventative measures concerning their health. Cervical cancer is the 4th most common cancer among women globally, and in Zimbabwe it is the leading cause of cancer deaths in women. Cervical cancer can be cured if diagnosed at an early stage and treated promptly.
Prostate cancer screening
If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer or are worried about it, you likely have a lot of questions. Learning some basics and getting screened is a good place to start.
To benefit from cervical and prostate cancer screening, follow the PSMAS Website www.psmas.co.zw, Twitter @PSMASZim, Facebook PSMAS Zimbabwe for updates on screening dates.
Through Premier Lifestyle, we have developed a tailor-made and sustainable strategy to prevent and control the prevalence of non-communicable conditions, through implementing the following programs:
- Nutrition, Diet, and Weight Management
- Physical Activity
- Stress Management and Resilience
- Back & Neck Pain Care
- Interpersonal Relationships
- Sleep Management
- Substance Use Control Management
- General Wellness
To find out if you are eligible for these programs please complete the Wellness Screening form under the Wellness Screening tab above
In our quest to continue equipping our stakeholders with information, health tips are updated on a regular basis through the PSMAS Website www.psmas.co.zw, Twitter @PSMASZim, Facebook PSMAS Zimbabwe and various WhatsApp groups. Members can also enquire from our Population Health and Wellness team via email@example.com.