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Healthchek Services for Children Younger than Age 21
Healthchek is Ohio's Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Program. It is a service package for babies, kids, and young adults younger than age 21 who are enrolled on Ohio Medicaid. 

The purpose of Healthchek is to discover and treat health problems early. If a potential health problem is found, further diagnosis and treatment are covered by Medicaid. 

Healthchek covers ten check-ups in the first two years of life and annual check-ups thereafter and offers a comprehensive physical examination that includes:
  • medical history
  • complete unclothed exam (with parent approval)
  • developmental screening (to assess if child's physical and mental abilities are age appropriate)
  • vision screening
  • dental screening
  • hearing assessment
  • immunization assessment (making sure child receives them on time)
  • lead screening; and
  • other services or screenings as needed

If your children are enrolled on Ohio Medicaid, Healthchek services are available to them. If you are younger than age 21 and are also enrolled, you can receive Healthchek services, too. 

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If you still have questions about Healthchek, send us a note through the Healthchek Questions form.