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Comprehensive Care for Men

It's important to have a partner in managing your health.

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Memorial Hermann is attuned to the common health conditions and concerns that affect men – from low testosterone and prostate health to heart disease and colorectal cancer to joint pain and lung cancer. We provide health solutions focused on prevention or early diagnosis and treatment of these conditions. We encourage age-appropriate screenings to identify male health issues before they become serious problems.

It’s important to have a partner in managing your health. If you don’t have a regular doctor, we can help you find one. With affiliated, board-certified primary care physicians and specialists across the Greater Houston area, Memorial Hermann can help you find the physician best for you and your loved ones.

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Visit with a urologist to learn more about prevention, diagnosis and treatment for kidney stones, urinary infections and other conditions.

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Find a Primary Care Physician (PCP) to treat illness and help promote wellness through screenings, immunizations, disease management and lifestyle counseling.

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Early Detection is Key


Colorectal cancer is treatable when detected early. Screening tests can find colorectal cancers at an early stage when treatment is the most successful, and can also help prevent some cancers.

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Preventive Care Resources

Memorial Hermann is here for you with a full range of convenient options to take charge of your health. The resources below will help you easily find a primary care physician (PCP) near you and schedule an appointment. The screening guides give you the tools that you need to talk to your PCP about which screenings are appropriate for you to stay healthy during each stage of life. With a Memorial Hermann affiliated PCP, you will also have access to your lab results and visit summaries through the Everyday Well app or online. Let us help you prioritize your health.

Men's Health Screenings

  • To be addressed annually:
    • Advanced health care directives
    • Blood pressure
    • General physical
  • Twice per year:
    • Dental exam
  • Every 2 to 5 years:
    • Hematocrit or hemoglobin
    • Skin
    • Urinalysis
  • Based on risk, need or as doctor advises:
    • Cholesterol/triglycerides
    • Colonoscopy*
    • DRE (digital rectal exam)*
    • EKG*
    • Eye exam
    • HIV
    • Immunizations/vaccines*
    • PSA (prostate-specific antigen)*
    • Sigmoidoscopy*
    • Stool for occult blood*
    • Thyroid*
    • Testicular exam**

*Not usually necessary
**Self-exam

For more in depth information about screenings, please download our Men's Health Screenings Checklist.

  • To be addressed annually:
    • Advanced health care directives
    • Blood pressure
    • Cholesterol/triglycerides
    • General physical
    • Testicular exam
  • Twice per year:
    • Dental exam
  • Every 2 to 5 years:
    • Hematocrit or hemoglobin
    • Immunizations/vaccines
    • Skin
    • Urinalysis
  • Based on risk, need or as doctor advises:
    • Colonoscopy*
    • DRE (digital rectal exam)*
    • Eye exam
    • EKG*
    • Hearing
    • HIV
    • PSA (prostate-specific antigen)*
    • Sigmoidoscopy*
    • Stool for occult blood*
    • Thyroid*

*Not usually necessary

For more in depth information about screenings, please download our Men's Health Screenings Checklist.

  • To be addressed annually:
    • Advanced health care directives
    • Blood pressure
    • Cholesterol/triglycerides
    • General physical
    • Skin
    • Testicular exam
    • Urinalysis**
  • Twice per year:
    • Dental exam
    • Eye exam
  • Every 2 to 5 years:
    • Hearing**
    • Hematocrit or hemoglobin
    • Immunizations/vaccines
    • Thyroid
  • Based on risk, need or as doctor advises:
    • Colonoscopy**
    • DRE (digital rectal exam)**
    • EKG*
    • HIV
    • PSA (prostate-specific antigen)**
    • Sigmoidoscopy*
    • Stool for occult blood**

*Not usually necessary
**After age 50

For more in depth information about screenings, please download our Men's Health Screenings Checklist.

  • To be addressed annually:
    • Advanced health care directives
    • Blood pressure
    • DRE (digital rectal exam)
    • General physical
    • Skin
    • Stool for occult blood
    • Testicular exam
    • Urinalysis
  • Twice per year:
    • Dental exam
  • Every 2 to 5 years:
    • Cholesterol/triglycerides
    • Eye exam
    • Hearing
    • Hematocrit or hemoglobin
    • Immunizations/vaccines
    • PSA (prostate-specific antigen)
    • Thyroid
  • Based on risk, need or as doctor advises:
    • Colonoscopy
    • EKG*
    • HIV

*Not usually necessary

For more in depth information about screenings, please download our Men's Health Screenings Checklist.