Tag: Primary and Emergency Care

10 Habits to Maintain Good Health

Posted: August 18, 2015

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Committing to healthy behaviors is one of the most meaningful gifts you can give to yourself, as well as to those around you. By taking care of your health, you are able to serve as a role model to your family, friends and co-workers. Following is a handy list of 10 habits that will help [...] Read Post

Urgent Care or Emergency Room? Assess Your Immediate Care Options

Posted: January 13, 2015

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We’ve all been there. Your son or daughter twists their ankle at an after-school little league practice – or you’re fighting off a persistent migraine before you head into work – or it’s a Sunday and you have developed a cough and fever. Your doctor’s office is closed. What should you do? According to new [...] Read Post

Health Screenings Worth Taking

Posted: January 13, 2014

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All adults should visit their health care provider from time to time for a routine physical, even if they are healthy. During these visits, your doctor can screen for diseases, assess risk of future medical problems, encourage a healthy lifestyle, update vaccinations, and maintain the provider-patient relationship in case of an illness. Preventive health screenings [...] Read Post

Taking Steps toward Better Health

Posted: November 12, 2013

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Taking command of your health is one of the most meaningful commitments you will make ― for yourself, but also for those around you. By taking care of your health, you’re able to serve as a role model to your family, friends and co-workers. Here are six steps that will make the healthiest impact: Eat [...] Read Post

Improving Workplace Wellness Through Primary Care Awareness

Posted: August 16, 2013

A primary care physician is often the first to whom individuals bring their health concerns and symptoms, so making employees aware of a primary care physician’s role in providing preventive care and health promotion is a crucial part of a company’s workplace wellness program. Primary  care physicians are pediatricians, family medicine and internal medicine physicians. [...] Read Post