Group Health

Group Health's health assessment is called the Health Profile. Members must be at least 18 years old to take it.

What you'll need to take the Health Profile

  • Your Member ID
  • Your blood pressure
  • Your cholesterol levels
  • Dates of your last immunizations and preventive screenings

How to complete the Health Profile

  1. Log in with your member ID and password at MyGroupHealth. Select "Health Profile: Fill Out Questionnaire." Complete the Health Profile.
  2. If this doesn't work, it may mean you are not registered for enhanced services. To register, go under For Members and select Your complete guide to care and benefits, then select Register Now. Enter your Member ID number, last name, and birthdate. You can also register at the business office at your Group Health medical center.
  3. If you aren't able to upgrade your account immediately, you'll get your code in the mail in 2-5 days and then be able to log in.

Have a question or need help?

Call Group Health at 1-888-901-4636.

You may choose to share your Health Profile results with your primary care provider to discuss your health risks. Sharing your results can also help you learn more about accessing your medical plan's benefits or find activities to help you reduce your health risk in your workplace.

Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente's health assessment is called the Total Health Assessment. Members must be at least 18 years old to take it.

What you'll need to take the Total Health Assessment

  • Your Kaiser health record number
  • Your blood pressure
  • Your cholesterol levels
  • Dates of your last immunizations and preventive screenings

How to complete the Total Health Assessment

  1. Go to Kaiser and log in with your user ID and password. Under the Health and Wellness tab, select Take a total health assessment. Complete the Total Health Assessment.
  2. If you do not have a user ID and password, you'll need to register first. Have your Kaiser health record number and select Register now.

Have a question or need help?

Call Kaiser Permanente at 1-800-556-7677 Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Be sure to print your results. You may choose to share your Total Health Assessment results with your primary care provider to discuss your health risks. Sharing your results can also help you learn more about accessing your medical plan's benefits or find activities to help you reduce your health risk in your workplace.

Uniform Medical Plan

Uniform Medical Plan's health assessment is called the General Health Assessment. Members must be at least 18 years old to take it. If you take the General Health Assessment by June 30, you can earn a $30 gift card.

What you'll need to take the General Health Assessment

  • Your member ID card or your myRegence.com username
  • Your blood pressure
  • Your cholesterol levels
  • Dates of your last preventive screenings

How to complete the General Health Assessment

  1. Go to myRegence.com and log in with your username and password. Under My Health select General Health Assessment. Complete the assessment.
  2. If you do not have a username and password, you'll need to register first. Have your member ID card and select Register Now.

Have a question or need help?

Call Uniform Medical Plan at 1-888-849-3681.

Be sure to print your results. You may choose to discuss your General Health Assessment results with your primary care provider to discuss your health risks. Sharing your results can also help you learn more about accessing your medical plan's benefits, or find activities to help you reduce your health risk in your workplace.

None/Other

If you are a Washington State employee not enrolled in one of the three Public Employee Benefit Board health plans (listed above), your own health plan may offer a health assessment or you can take one at Your Disease Risk, offered by Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine. This assessment can assist you in measuring your risk for diabetes, several cancers, heart disease, osteoporosis and stroke. There is no registration and no information collected or stored.