By Melissa Ray, FNP
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and with that in mind, here’s what you should know about breast cancer.
The statistics. According to 2017 statistics, breast cancer ranks...Read More
A nurse is always on-call to help.
By Candace Cook-Cline, LPN
Q. How do I contact the AHN, and when are they available?
A. The AHN is available anytime the clinic is closed (early mornings, evenings,...Read More
By Shannon Dooley, MSN, FNP
Whether you’re playing a pickup game in basketball, heading back on the field in high school sports, enjoying an occasional hike or bike ride, or just enjoy being active,...Read More
Have you heard the term “school-based health care” and wondered what it meant? Or maybe you thought it was just a case of the school nurse taking temperatures or dispensing over-the-counter remedies...Read More
by Theresa Faulkner, LCSW
Grief is a normal human emotion. But it can be hard to know if you are making progress in how you are handling a loss, or if you need to reach out for advice or support. In this...Read More
by Kathryn Poole, Family Nurse Practitioner
Being in kindergarten is a big step for your little one. But there are ways you can help your child mentally prepare for the transition and, along the...Read More
by Yolanda Yoder MD
At the beginning of the COVID pandemic spring 2019, we pledged to help keep our community informed so that they could make wise decisions. Now 1 1/2 years later, we are all tired of...Read More
Among the many things the pandemic has taught us is the importance of having a community around you. Working together as a team, sharing knowledge and providing support is beneficial in so many ways, which...Read More
By Yolanda Yoder M.D.
The good news is here! Effective vaccines are available and being administered that can help end this deadly COVID-19 crisis. We all look forward to the day when our community and...Read More