Thursday, April 21, 2016

It's National Infant Immunization Week!

Here is some good information to know!

Healthcare professionals like you are an important reasons why we can celebrate high infant immunization rates in this country. According to a national poll conducted by CDC in 2014, a doctor’s recommendation was the #1 reason that parents made sure their child got all of the recommended vaccines. 

NIIW is a great opportunity for the entire practice—including physicians, nurses, and receptionists—to show parents that your practice strongly supports vaccination according to the CDC’s recommended immunization schedule. It’s also a good chance to let parents know that on-time vaccination is the norm, despite what they might hear in the media. According to CDC’s national poll, most parents (86%) said that their youngest child received all of the recommended vaccines at the time they were recommended. This is important information for the parents who may think delaying or refusing vaccines is common practice. 

Parent information

Healthcare provider information

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Donate Life

April is Donate Life Month

Are you an organ donor? If so, you could some day save the live of up to 8 people! 

Did you know? 

  • 121,101 people are waiting for a new organ and without that organ 22 of those people will die every day. 
  • Every 10 minutes a new person gets added to the waiting list for an organ.
  • You have the potential of saving up to 8 people by becoming an organ donor.

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Caitlin’s second chance at life was made possible by an organ donor


Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Public Health Nerd

Happy National Public Health Week


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Public Health Nerd: national Public Health Week 2016.