HealthAware Assessments

Risk assessments can help determine how healthy you are. They are used to identify medical and lifestyle conditions that could lead to the development of serious conditions. Dignity Health Central Coast offers a number of HealthAware programs that can allow you to take action before it’s too late.


Don’t let a busy life get in the way of early breast cancer detection. Take our free online BreastCancerAware Risk Assessment.


Approximately 40 percent of all individuals will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime. Find out if you’re at risk by taking our online CancerAware Risk Assessment.


20.8 million Americans have diabetes, a disease that can cause disabilities and death. 6.2 million don’t even know they have it. Find out if you’re at risk by taking our DiabetesAware Risk Assessment. 


Knowing if you're at risk of developing heart disease can help keep you healthy. Take our free HeartAware Risk Assessment


Bone and joint issues can really slow you down. Find out if we can help you get back to an active lifestyle by taking our online JointAware Risk Assessment.


Do you have impaired lung function? Find out more by taking our LungAware Risk Assessment. 


Snoring can be a sign of something more serious. Getting diagnosed and treated can be a life saver, for you and your family. Find out more by taking our SleepAware Risk Assessment. 


Stroke is the leading cause of adult disability. Anyone can have a stroke regardless of age, sex or race. The key is proper education. Learn more by taking our StrokeAware Risk Assessment. 


Peripheral Artery Disease usually presents itself as leg pain but it can be fatal. Learn more by taking our VascularAware Risk Assessment.  


We believe that surgery is an effective tool to achieve meaningful weight loss. In order for weight loss surgery to work, though, you must be educated on the journey ahead. Find out more by taking our online WeightAware Risk Assessment. 

Learn More About Our HealthAware Assessments

To learn more about our services and how we can help, please call us at 805.389.5800 or use our online feature, Find a Doctor.