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Men’s Health

Take a moMENt and do something for yourself and your health

A recent study shows that when questioned, 72 percent of men said they would rather do household chores, even cleaning a bathroom, than make an appointment to see a doctor. It’s no surprise that men don’t regularly see a doctor, either for a wellness visit or to address a specific symptom. The reasons are many, but LCMC Health is here to encourage you not to be in that number. We offer you a comprehensive overview of screening tests and vaccinations that are important to your health.

If you are among those who have ignored your health for too long, we encourage you to schedule a wellness checkup; your life may depend on it.

You can learn more about our Primary Care or make an appointment:

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A full-service approach to men’s healthcare

Primary Care

Your health matters, and LCMC Health is here to help as we provide exceptional preventative care that is personal and convenient. Yearly primary care health checks include:

  • Review of your personal and family history
  • Overall physical exam
  • Discussion of any concerns and evaluation of signs and symptoms of potential health issues
  • And depending on your age and health history, tests may be necessary, such as:
    • Cholesterol testing
    • Blood work
    • Eye exam
    • Prostate and testicular exam
    • Colon cancer screening

Urological Care

We understand that urological conditions can be difficult to discuss; it’s personal. However, compassionate and confidential care is a priority at LCMC Health, and our health professionals are there to help with any issue or concern you may have.

You can learn more about our Urological Care or make an appointment:

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Heart and vascular care

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men in the United States, and Louisiana ranks among the worst states for heart disease and stroke. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the death rate of men 35+ in Louisiana was 523 per 100,000 men; the national average is 405.

Do you have risk factors that can lead to heart and vascular disease? You can learn more about our Heart & Vascular Care or make an appointment:

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