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About chronic conditions

Chronic conditions are serious, long-term medical problems. They need ongoing care and can keep you from living a normal life. We work with you to help you take care of yourself. We’ll also teach you how to stay as healthy as possible.*  

Examples of chronic conditions include: 

  • Asthma, COPD and other lung problems 
  • Chronic kidney disease 
  • Diabetes, which causes high blood sugar 
  • Heart disease and stroke 

Chronic diseases are the leading cause of death and disability in the U.S. Six in 10 adults in the U.S. have at least one chronic disease. And 4 in 10 have two or more.** 

We focus on keeping you healthy

Our doctors and care teams work together to help you stay informed, healthy and out of the hospital.  

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A care plan built around you

Our doctors and care teams work with you to create a plan. The goal is to make it easier for you to take care of yourself.  

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Information about your health

We teach you about your condition, what to look for and when to call us. 

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Extra support when you need it

Your doctors work with specialists, labs, home health providers, pharmacies and others. This can help improve your health. 

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Ways to stay on top of your health

We offer screenings, tips and tools to help you stay on top of your health. This can lower costs and keep you from getting unneeded tests. 

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The right care at the right time

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Specialty care

We offer a wide range of specialty care to help meet your health needs. 

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Urgent care

Urgent care is for medical concerns that need attention fast but aren’t life-threatening.  

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Virtual care

Have a face-to-face visit with your doctor from the comfort of your home.  

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*Services vary by location. Check with your doctor’s office or health plan for specific information.

**The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About Chronic Diseases. Last reviewed May 6, 2022. Accessed May 24, 2022.