Men's Health

A large percentage of men have only limited contact with physicians and the health care system as a whole. Men not only fail to get routine check-ups or preventative care, but often ignore symptoms or delay seeking medical attention when sick or in pain. These poor health habits take their toll – beginning at early ages and rising significantly as males reach retirement age. We’ve reached the point where men’s health problems and early mortality are accepted as a way of life. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There is much that men could do to lengthen their lives. Discover the INTEGRIS difference.

Project Spotlight

Minority Men's Community Health & Wellness Lecture Series will focus on education and relationship development for low-income and minority men in NE OKC who are commonly overlooked. Impact: 1,700 men annually

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This outreach-centered YOU&I project educated local communities on the importance of health and wellness in un underserved communities. Creating these ongoing projects and services fostered partnerships and relationships in areas with scant resources.  Impact: 1,200 men annually

Learn more about the services and programs offered through INTEGRIS Men's Health.