This capstone project was designed to improve knowledge and utilization of disease prevention and health promotion services in an occupational health care setting for men aged 40 to 60 years of age. Interventions to improve knowledge and utilization of disease prevention and health promotion recommendations for colorectal and prostate cancer screening, cholesterol screening, and periodic health promotion evaluations were implemented. Interventions included office educational interventions by a provider and a system of mail reminders. The Health Promotion Model (HPM) developed by Pender is the conceptual model that guided this project. Measurable outcomes included improved knowledge and utilization of disease prevention and health promotion services in the target population. Outcomes were measured using a contextual form developed for this project, the Disease Prevention Health Promotion Form (DPHPF) and Pender’s Health Promotion Life Style Profile II (HPLP II). Total participant DPHPF preintervention scores averaged 61% and post-intervention scores averaged 73% which reflected an improvement of 12%. Of the 12 project participants 5 reported post-intervention recommended service utilizations that included 2 colorectal cancer screenings and 3 periodic health evaluations. Post-intervention HPLP II means improved in all six subscale categories as well as total participant mean. Evidence did support a correlation between participant’s DPHPF scores and HPLP II scores. This project demonstrated that disease prevention and health promotion during occupational health care visits can improve knowledge and utilization in middle aged men.