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No-cost, no-catch health screenings*

Helping our communities stay healthy

Project Health events offer free biometric screenings, with no insurance required. These screenings can help identify chronic conditions before they become life-threatening illnesses.

Health screenings and additional offerings:

  • Body mass index (BMI)
  • Blood pressure
  • Glucose*
  • Total cholesterol*
  • Individual health access plan
  • Professional consultations
  • Smoking cessation counseling
  • Diabetes resources

Find out if you could be at risk for a chronic condition

seven point three million

adults have undiagnosed diabetes

14 million plus

people are unaware of their hypertension

25 percent

of Project Health participants find out about a previously unknown condition

Your health in your hands

For 14 years, CVS Pharmacy® has hosted free community health events across the country.

Our health screenings and take-home brochures on topics like weight management and smoking cessation provide essential health information to help you plan for the future.

This year, we are expanding our reach and bringing Project Health events to eight new cities.

2021 Project Health map

2021 Project Health Map

A life-saving screening

Cornelius Raven attended a Project Health event where a screening showed he had very high blood pressure. He was immediately sent to the hospital where doctors found that he was having a stroke."My life was at stake," he says. "If you see a CVS Pharmacy screening event, check it out. It's free. And it can save your life."

See how our health screening events work.

Looking for events? Check the Event Calendar tab or call 1-855-287-7867.

*FOR HEALTH SCREENING PROGRAM: Children ages 7+ included with parental consent. Health screenings performed by medical professionals. Back

*FOR CHOLESTEROL SCREENING: CVS Pharmacy® measures total cholesterol. It does not offer a full lipid panel (high-density lipoproteins [HDL] and low-density lipoproteins [LDL]). For accurate screening results, it is recommended to refrain from consuming anything except water for 8 hours before a glucose test and 9 to 12 hours before a total cholesterol test. Back