Health Resources - Crozer-Keystone Health System - PA

Health Resources

It's important to stay informed and educated about your health in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The resources below will help you to learn more about your health, identify Crozer-Keystone services to help you maintain your health and find the right providers to guide your healthcare experience.

Online Health Library

Online Health LibraryIncludes a health encyclopedia, daily health news, interactive tools, health centers, tips of the day and much more.

Women's Health

Women's HealthWomen’s health demands special care. We have the information and resources you need to maintain your health at every stage of life.

Men's Health

Men's HealthMen aren’t always known for being particularly health conscious, but they face unique and often serious health concerns.

How to Quit Smoking

How to Quit SmokingQuitting takes hard work and a lot of effort, but you can be tobacco free!

How to Manage Your Blood Pressure

Managing Your Blood PressureLearn what causes high blood pressure, who is most at risk and how you can maintain or lower your blood pressure.

Urgent Care or Emergency Department?

Urgent Care or Emergency Department?Between retail clinics, urgent care centers and emergency departments, you have a lot consider for where and how to get immediate treatment.

Preventive Medicine

Preventive Medicine in Your 40's

Preventive Medicine in Your 40'sWhen you turn 40, there are certain tests and screenings that you should start getting, or start getting more frequently.

Preventive Medicine in Your 50's

Preventive Medicine in Your 50'sWhen you turn 50, talk to your doctor about any tests you should start or continue having that can maintain your health and lengthen your life.

Preventive Medicine in Your 60's

Preventive Medicine in Your 60'sHere are some medical tests you should be sure to have done as you turn 60 years old.

Preventive Medicine if Your 65 or Older

Preventive Medicine if Your 65 or OlderAs you age, several medical tests become essential for monitoring your health and catching small medical issues before they become bigger problems.