As a John Muir Health HMO member, you can take advantage of many programs and services, including:
Classes, Screenings, and Support Groups
Throughout Contra Costa County, we offer educational classes and events about all kinds of topics, from starting a family to Medicare. View schedule
A mammogram can detect small cancers years before you can feel them. This X-ray test uses a very low dose of radiation to find lumps or abnormal areas in the breast. In general, women should have their first mammogram at age 40 and then have one each year.
This simple blood screening measures your cholesterol levels.
Check with your physician for your appropriate immunization schedule.
Prostate-Specific Antigen Test (PSA)
Men over 50 (or younger men with one or more risk factors) should undergo annual prostate cancer screenings and seek medical help. When left untreated, prostate cancer can spread to the bones and organs.
Well Woman Exam
A pap smear and external breast exam are recommended annually.
This test can detect glaucoma before significant loss of vision occurs.
Education is provided to better manage diabetes.
Access to Your Personal Health Record
RelayHealth is a secure Web-based service that lets you communicate with your physician about non-urgent healthcare matters. You can consult your doctor about symptoms, request a prescription refill, make appointments, receive lab or test results, access health education information, maintain a personal health record, and more, depending on the types of RelayHealth services your physician offers.
Complete inpatient and outpatient behavioral health programs and services are offered through our Behavioral Health Center. This fully accredited, 73-bed psychiatric hospital is located in Concord. The center offers psychiatric treatment for adults, children, and adolescents who are experiencing emotional or behavioral problems. For adults who are dependent on alcohol or drugs, we offer chemical dependency services.
Our family birth center offers a full range of advanced services in a warm, homelike environment. Expectant parents get the assurance that medical expertise is always close at hand.
Breast Health Services focuses on providing prompt, attentive care of breast cancer patients during screening, diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. Programs and services include advanced breast imaging, risk assessment, and self-exam instruction. A nurse educator is available at our Walnut Creek and Concord campuses and our Brentwood outpatient center to provide information, support, and referral.
Advanced, compassionate cancer care is available to both adults and children, John Muir Health offers advanced screening and diagnostic tools, treatment capabilities, and a cancer care team dedicated to individualized support at both our Walnut Creek and Concord campuses. Services are offered on an inpatient and outpatient basis, depending on your needs.
John Muir Cardiovascular Institute provides complete care for people with heart problems. A full range of preventive, diagnostic, medical, and surgical services are offered at both medical center sites. We provide cardiac conditioning and other educational programs and screenings.
Comprehensive inpatient and outpatient care for diabetes is offered in Concord and Walnut Creek, including community health education programs.
Members get advanced diagnosis and treatment of problems of the nervous system. John Muir Neurosciences Institute brings together clinical experts in neurosurgery, neurology, neuro-interventional radiology, neuro-oncology, neuropsychology, and physiatry.
We provide comprehensive care for your bones, joints, and muscles. Our highly skilled orthopedic surgeons can treat virtually any orthopedic problem. Areas of specialty include arthroscopic surgery, major orthopedic trauma surgery, surgery of the spine and neck, total joint replacement, sports medicine, and hand surgery.
Senior Services offers a wide range of educational programs, support groups, resource information, and assessment services. Our focus is on older adults, their families, and those caring for them.
Any woman age 20 or older who wishes to know more about risk factors for heart disease or who may be at increased risk for heart disease should contact our program. To make an appointment for your private risk assessment (fee required), please call (925) 941-7965.