Bivalent Covid booster vaccine

Evergreen Family Health Group providers support the CDC recommendations for patients to receive the COVID primary series, boosters, and the new Bivalent booster.Patients are due for the Bivalent booster two…

Food to keep your brain (and heart) healthy

From Harvard University (copy and paste the link): https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/foods-linked-to-better-brainpower

Influenza vaccines

All four of our offices have influenza vaccines for the 2022-2023 flu season. If you have an appointment to see a provider, please ask the medical assistant rooming you for…

I’ve tested positive for Covid; should I take Paxlovid?

Paxlovid is an oral anti-viral medication which has been shown to significantly reduce severe illness and hospitalization in medically vulnerable individuals. Currently, those who qualify to take Paxlovid are any…

PEDIATRIC COVID VACCINATION

We will be receiving pediatric Pfizer Covid vaccines soon and we plan to schedule vaccine clinics in the coming weeks. This message will be updated once we are ready to…

ASPIRIN: NEW(ISH) GUIDELINES FOR PRIMARY PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

The following information is for adults who have NEVER BEEN diagnosed with coronary artery disease, angina, heart attack, stroke or peripheral vascular disease. If you have any of these conditions,…

Covid-19 vaccination: answers to common questions about the 4th vaccine dose

***THIS INFORMATION ONLY PERTAINS TO THOSE INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE ALREADY RECEIVED THREE PFIZER OR MODERNA VACCINES, OR A JOHNSON & JOHNSON VACCINE PLUS A SECOND VACCINE OF ANY TYPE*** Q:…

Annual well child visits are important!

Even though your child may not need any vaccines this year, they should still see their PCP annually for a well visit. This is not only a recommendation from the…

COVID-19 testing update

If you have symptoms consistent with Covid illness and have tested positive with a rapid antigen test (at home or elsewhere), a PCR test is not recommended at this time.┬áThis…