Entries by Health Partnership Clinic

Winter Blues?

Post written by Rhiannon Moore, MA, PSYD Licensed Psychologist Assistant Behavioral Healthcare Director The fall and winter months can be riddled with stressors. Holidays, financial strain, inclement weather, changing work and school schedules, cold and flu season, final exams, and family demands and conflicts. Grief and loss can also be especially difficult during this time […]

Holiday Safety Tips

Keep everyone safe, healthy and happy this holiday season. With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it’s important to remember the season can come with hidden dangers for you and your children. Health Partnership Clinic recommends taking a moment to assess your surroundings to identify any potential hazards and prevent them from harming […]

Knowledge is Key in the Fight Against Diabetes

Post written by Gwenyth Wagner, DNP, APRN November is National Diabetes Month. This month, organizations across the country will band together to bring awareness about prediabetes and diabetes which affects more than 100 million U.S. Adults. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 30.3 million people in the United States have Diabetes, […]

Patients Matter at Health Partnership Clinic

Post written by Amy Falk, CEO  Every year, nearly 15,000 patients walk through Health Partnership Clinic’s (HPC) doors seeking health services—medical, behavioral health and dental. Many battle chronic diseases; others struggle with mental issues and yet others face challenges of homelessness, abuse, loss of a job or a myriad of other stressors. It is our […]

Health Partnership Clinic Plans Opening Door Fundraising Luncheon

Post written by Catherine Rice, VP of Marketing and Outreach With 50 percent of Health Partnership Clinic’s patients without health insurance and health care cost on the rise, funding is always a challenge. To continue welcoming those seeking affordable, accessible and quality health care, the clinic is planning its annual fundraising luncheon, Opening Doors. The event […]

Take THREE Actions to Fight the Flu

Post written by Kare Lyche, MD, Family Physician Health Partnership Clinic Influenza (flu) is a serious contagious disease that can lead to hospitalization and even death. The flu virus is among the most commonly transmitted because it can be airborne. With a small cough or sneeze, or even the sharing of utensils during a meal, it […]