Maury Regional Health encourages you to be aware of the recommended screenings for preventive care and to work with your personal physician on a wellness plan that includes proper nutrition, exercise and screenings. Below are some of the most common screenings that should be conducted regularly.




  • Prostate Cancer Screening

Additional screenings may be recommended by your physician based on factors that include physical condition, symptoms or family history. Annual physicals with your personal physician are recommended. If you do not have a personal physician, visit our Find A Doctor section for a complete listing of physicians in our region.

Self-Scheduled Screenings

Maury Regional Health offers a number of screenings that do not require a physician's order, so patients may self-schedule. These screenings include:

To register, call 931.380.4044.

CT lung screening

Maury Regional Health offers CT lung screenings at several locations. Unfortunately, mortality rates due to lung cancer are high in our region and the main cause is smoking. CT lung screenings are the best way to detect abnormalities in the lungs before any signs or symptoms may appear. If you are a current or former smoker, the following information will determine if you are a candidate for a screening. In order to qualify for a CT lung screening, patients must meet the following criteria:

  • Be 55-77 years of age
  • Be asymptomatic (no signs or symptoms of lung cancer)
  • Have a tobacco smoking history of at least 30 pack-years (one pack-year = smoking one pack per day for one year; 1 pack = 20 cigarettes)
  • Be a current smoker or one who has quit smoking within the last 15 years
  • Receive a written order for lung cancer screening with Low-Dose CT that meets the requirements described in the National Coverage Determination (CMS)

A physician's order is required. Talk to your physician or call 931.380.4044 for more information.