Skip to main content

Everyone Health NHS Health Checks

Staffordshire County Council services

Call us to book in for your free NHS health check: 0333 005 0095 or text 'Heart' to 60777. You can also sign up online.

What is an NHS health check?

We’re all at risk of developing strokes, kidney disease, diabetes and heart disease as well as certain forms of dementia and an NHS Health Check can predict what your chances of developing these conditions are and, with this forewarning, help you take steps to prevent them.

It’s a well-known fact that, as you get older, your risk of developing certain conditions such as heart disease, dementia and type 2 diabetes increases, but there are other factors that can increase your risks of suffering from these illnesses.

These include being overweight, being inactive, eating unhealthily, smoking, drinking too much alcohol alongside having high blood pressure and cholesterol. Everyone is at risk of developing these conditions and having one increases the risk of you getting another in the future. By having your free NHS Health Check, you can nip certain conditions in the bud and prevent yourself from developing any in the future. 

What does a health check involve?

The NHS Health Check is available to all adults in Staffordshire aged between 40 and 74. It only takes around 20 or 30 minutes and it will involve answering certain questions, having your blood pressure and cholesterol levels checked, as well as recording your height, weight, age, sex and ethnicity. Results are given during the appointment, and you will be able to take away your results card.

How do I get an NHS Health Check?

Contact us to book in on 0333 005 0095, or text Heart to 60777 or email eh.staffs@nhs.net

Find us throughout Staffordshire from 21 September 2020 at our health check events. 

Full information can be found on our Facebook events listings or call us for more information.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Everyone health Staffordshire
Telephone
0333 005 0095
E-mail
eh.staffs@nhs.net
Website
Everyone Health
Twitter
@EHStaffordshire
Facebook
Everyone Health
Is this information correct?