Health Risk Assessments
Your health is important. A key part of taking care of
yourself is being aware of your potential health risk factors and concerns. The
Christ Hospital Health Network has developed free health risk assessments to help you learn more about your health.
Each risk assessment takes about five minutes to complete. At the end, you'll receive a report of your risk factors, tips for improving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and recommendations for possible follow-up with one of our healthcare providers.
Heart Risk Assessment
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Assess and identify your risk for heart problems today. Also find out your "heart age" - is your heart older than you are?
Assess Your Risk
Joint Risk Assessment
Joint pain can range from minor nuisance to debilitating. It’s never too soon, or too late, to learn about the cause of your pain and your risk for future problems. Our experts are here with some of the most advanced treatment options available today to help.
Assess Your Risk
Women's Heart Study
Approximately one in three women in the United States has a form of cardiovascular disease, and 90% of women have at least one risk factor for heart disease. The team here at The Christ Hospital is dedicated to continued learning and research to better understand these risk factors and help improve outcomes. As a part of these efforts, we’re conducting a Women’s Heart research study and are actively looking for participants. Take the survey today to see if you qualify and to learn more about compensation and benefits for participation.
Take the Assessment
ALIGN-AR Clinical Trial
Patients diagnosed with Aortic Regurgitation (AR) who are high risk for surgical aortic valve replacement may qualify for a clinical trial at The Christ Hospital involving transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR).
See if You Qualify
WATCHMAN: Helps Reduce AFib Stroke Risk
The WATCHMAN is an FDA-approved device for patients with atrial fibrillation who struggle to stay on blood thinning medications. It effectively seals off the area of the heart most often responsible for blood clots that can lead to stroke. This assessment can help you see if WATCHMAN may be right for you.
Take the WATCHMAN Assessment
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