Health Screenings

Early detection is the best protection. Getting regular health screening tests is critical to early detection of cancers and other health concerns.

Lung Cancer Screenings

If you are a current smoker who has smoked at least one pack a day for 20 years or two packs a day for 15 years, or are a former smoker who has quit within the last 15 years, and are between the ages of 55 – 80 (for those on Medicare between the ages of 55 – 77) with no personal history of lung cancer, contact Karen Fiume, RN, OCN, CHPN for more details or to register.
860.646.1222 ext. 1408

Free Breast/Cervical Exams & Heath Screenings

To support early detection and other health concerns, ECHN participates in the Connecticut Breast and Cervical Early Detection Program, as well as the WISEWOMAN Program for heart disease screening. Services are available for women ages of 40-64 who have no health insurance or have a high insurance deductible. The Breast/Cervical Program offers a clinical breast exam, mammogram​, pelvic exam and pap test, along with additional imaging/testing if needed. The WISEWOMAN Program includes free health screenings, such as blood pressure testing, cholesterol testing and glucose testing for prediabetes and diabetes. Our Community Health Navigator works with all clients who enroll in the program.

To see if you qualify, please call the ECHN Early Detection Program: