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Presbyterian Health Plan is committed to helping you find the right care, at the right place, and at the right time. Before you go to the emergency room, you have options.
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Non-Emergency Care Options
These non-emergency care options give you information to help with your healthcare decision.
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Our preventive healthcare guidelines list the regular checkups, screening tests and shots you and your family should have and at what ages you should have them. Preventive healthcare guidelines are based on expert advice from providers for keeping children and adults healthy. Check your member handbook or benefit guide for more information. Below are the links to the most current versions of our preventive healthcare guidelines.
CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT GUIDELINES
Presbyterian values the health of all children. To be sure your child gets good care, we are part of the Federal Government program called
Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment (EPSDT). EPSDT includes Tot-to-Teen Health Checks (routine well-child checkups). Tot-to-Teen Health Checks include immunizations (shots) and other preventive care for children and young people up to age 21. Preventive healthcare and routine well-child checkups may help avoid serious illness.
Online Health Information about Children
Adult preventive care includes regular visits with your provider. These visits may include:
A review of your medical, social and behavioral health history.
Tests and screenings (blood pressure, weight, depression, cancer, infections, intimate partner abuse, osteoporosis, etc.).
Counseling or referrals for unhealthy alcohol use, substance use, tobacco cessation, depression, healthy weight, healthy activity, etc.
Online Health Information about Adults
See your provider as soon as you think you might be pregnant. Preventive care can help you have a healthy pregnancy and healthy baby. You will need to see your provider often during your pregnancy. They will tell you how often you should get care after your first visit.
Online Health Information about Pregnancy
An advance directive is a legal document informing others of your healthcare choices. It is only used when you are not able to speak for yourself. It also explains what medical support you want, or do not want, if you become seriously ill.
Learn more about Advance Directives
Wellness Referral Center
Presbyterian Community Health’s Wellness Referral Center offers no-cost programs for chronic disease prevention and management, including programs focused on:
Access to healthy foods, learning how to cook healthy meals and how to eat healthier.
Fun and effective physical activity classes such as yoga, strength building and Zumba.
Classes that may help improve social and emotional wellness.
No insurance is needed
All ages are welcome
Classes may be available in Spanish.
It’s easy and provided at no cost!
Several resources are also available for families and kids.
Ask your provider today!
Rewards can be earned by making good choices for your health.
A rewards program providing Centennial Care members with points for making positive health choices.
Learn more about Centennial Rewards
A program for soon-to-be mothers that offers rewards for attending prenatal and postpartum appointments. Baby Benefits is available to Presbyterian Centennial Care, City of Albuquerque and County of Bernalillo members.
Learn more about Centennial Care Baby Benefits
SafeLink Wireless is a Federal LifeLine Program available to anyone who meets the qualifications. Centennial Care members automatically qualify at no additional cost.
Qualifying members are eligible to receive a smartphone that includes monthly:
SafeLink Wireless Postcard
Learn more about SafeLink
Information about common health topics and wellness tools
Wellness information and tools to help you stay healthy. Find information about your health, including programs, services and a health library.
Learn how to login to the Health Education Tool
Login to myPRES to access the Health Education Tool
Wellness at Work
Wellness at Work is an online tool for Commercial and Medicare members. It is used to access health assessments, a health library, workshops and other health resources.
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Health Education and Resources
Easy-to-understand health resources and information for members.
Learn how to Fight the Flu
Well-Child Visits are available for children 3 to 17 years old.
Learn more about Well-Child Visits
Annual Dental Visits are available for children 2 to 20 years old.
Learn more about Children’s Dental Health
Taking Care of Your Diabetes
Behavioral Health Resources
Centennial Care Behavioral Health Resources
Commercial and Medicare Behavioral Health Resources
Mental Health First Aid Courses
Presbyterian Health Plan offers Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) classes available to members at no cost. The classes are presented by Zoom, so you can learn from your home. Classes go over how to create and apply a Mental Health First Aid action plan in situations like:
Helping someone with a panic attack.
Helping someone with suicidal thoughts.
Helping someone suffering from an overdose.
The class is a blend of working on your own and four hours of online learning working with other members. For more details or to enroll in a class, call Nelson Simpson at
Learn more about Mental Health First Aid
Question Persuade Refer Classes
Presbyterian Health Plan offers Question Persuade Refer (QPR) classes to members at no cost. QPR is a response to help someone who is having suicidal thoughts. QPR’s mission is to decrease suicidal actions and save lives through proven training. Suicide is a great concern and can increase from life stressors. Education will help people of all backgrounds make a positive difference. For more details or to enroll in a class, call Nelson Simpson at
Learn more about QPR
Community Health Resources
Information about current community resources, including health, wellness, education classes and programs and social needs support (food, housing, programs, services).
Share New Mexico
New Mexico's largest resource directory. Find resources by location or topic.
Learn more about Share New Mexico
Presbyterian Community Health
In alignment with the health needs of each community we serve, Presbyterian has decided to focus on the four core priorities that help build conditions to thrive: Behavioral Health, Social Determinants of Health, Access to Healthcare, and Healthy Eating and Active Living.
Learn more about Presbyterian Community Health
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