Flu season is upon us. We’re already dealing with COVID-19, which makes prioritizing your health even more important. Here are the top ways you can protect you and your family from everyday germs.
It’s flu season and this year’s strain has been a doozy. On top of that, fears of other viruses are spreading like, well, viruses. But there are simple things you can do to keep you and your family protected from everyday germs.
Choosing a primary care provider is a great step in a healthy direction. But Fairview offers three types of providers: family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Which one is right for you and your family? Let’s break each one down.
Crack. You hear the branch break and look up to see a blur of blue fall to the ground. Your son cries out and you rush to him. When you check him over, he tries to move his arm, but winces in pain. Luckily, he’s able to move it. Thank goodness! But he’s definitely injured. How bad, you can’t tell. Should you take him to the ED? Or to his primary care provider? You’re not a medical expert, and you only want to do what’s best for your son. What should you do?
When an illness or injury comes up, it can be hard to know where you should head. Is it serious enough for the emergency department? Or can your primary care provider help? No need to worry, we’ll help you answer those questions. Here is a breakdown of the levels of healthcare.
There are 3 ways to access outpatient care at Fairview Range: the emergency department, urgent care, and — primary care. The latter is often glossed over, but is the secret to maintaining wellness. What is primary care all about? Keep reading to find out.
Thanksgiving’s right around the corner. This holiday is all about stuffing ourselves with, well, stuffing. Despite the dishes upon dishes of temptation, you can have your apple pie and eat it too. Here are a few ways to make your next Thanksgiving meal tasty — and healthy.