About Us
Emaya Health address the prevalence morbidity due to controllable health risk
factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol and obesity. These
risk factors cause disease complications such as heart attack, type 2 diabetes, sleep
apnea, hypertension, coronary heart disease (CHD), congestive heart failure,
Osteoarthritis, certain cancer (colon, breast, prostate, uterine) and stroke. High
blood pressure is often called the silent killer, and can quietly damage your body
organs for years before symptoms develop. If left untreated or uncontrolled, you
may end up with a disability, a heart attack and possibly death.

Emaya Health is focused on educating our communities on these preventable and
controllable risk factors that lead to disease complications and death through our
“Know Your Health Numbers” health screening and risk assessment.  
Emaya Health mission is to improve the quality of life through effective promotion
and delivery of preventive health care solutions, facilitate access to quality health
care system and motivate individuals to take an active role in their health

The common health numbers your should know to take control of your preventable
health risk factor are:
  • Blood Pressure Numbers
  • Body Mass Index Numbers
  • Blood Glucose Numbers (blood sugar Number)
  • Total Cholesterol Number
  • HDL Cholesterol Number
  • LDL Cholesterol Number
  • Waist Circumference

Imagine the possibilities of living a happier life if you know these common health
numbers that can cause preventable disease complications, so make it personal, call
to get screened to know your health risk factors.  

Emaya Health works with individuals, employers - for employee workplace health
promotion screening and health awareness education services, health care
providers, and event-bases community outreach organizers.
Learn how Emaya Health can help advance your health awareness initiatives
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