Tag: covid-19

Time for Your Flu Shot!

Flu season is back. And just because COVID is still here doesn’t mean we can sleep on the flu. Many people thought that the flu went away last year. That was NOT the case. While we did see less flu cases last year, that was due to widespread mask wearing, as well as social distancing. This year, many places have…

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COVID-19 Update

May 18, 2021 by Mya Davidson The world took a major turn last year as COVID-19 struck the world causing a huge panic for people around the world. Everyone rushed to get more information and protect themselves against the unknown. In a panic, Americans began to stock up on toilet paper and disinfectant supplies causing a shortage. Social distancing and…

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COVID Vaccine: The Facts

There are lots of questions about the COVID vaccine and whether it is safe. Here are the facts about the COVID-19 vaccine from the Center for Disease Control, and the current phased rollout in Kentucky. Kentucky is currently in Phase 1C of the rollout. The following people are eligible to receive the vaccine: Front line essential worker Other essential workers…

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Mental Health Month: Awareness & COVID-19

Feelings of loneliness and isolation can be symptoms of depression or another mental illness; It can also be incredibly common during social distancing. May is mental health awareness month and this May it is especially important that you take an assessment of your mental health. Staying connected helps us feel a sense of belonging. Whether its talking to family and…

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COVID and Mental Health

While COVID-19 is the main health concern right now, we also need to be aware of the toll it takes on our mental health to go through a crisis such as this. Outbreaks can be STRESSFUL! Adults and kids alike have been impacted by COVID. Kids are doing school at home, lots of people are working from home, we can’t…

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Protect yourself against COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Protect yourself against COVID-19 (coronavirus) by covering your nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If you develop a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as a cough or difficulty breathing, call your primary care provider.

To protect Patients and Staff we are asking:

  • All patients call before walking into the health center
  • Patients 60 years and older accept a telephone visit rather than walking into the health center for an appointment
  • Do NOT bring anyone with you to your appointment unless medically necessary

 

Do NOT come to the health center within your 14 day isolation/quarantine period