“Flu Shots are here. Be sure to protect yourself this season and call 919-875-8150 for more information.”
Choosing a primary clinician on MyMedicare.gov does not change your Medicare benefits or which clinician you can see. It gives your provider access to more tools or services to help coordinate your care, especially when the clinician participates in an ACO or other Medicare alternative payment models.
This video outlines the step-by-step process on how to choose or change your primary on MyMedicare.gov.
Also, you can refer to the Beneficiary Fact Sheet.
For information regarding this topic visit The National Institute of Mental Heath website. The NIMH page is a great educational resource where you can find information regarding research and funding, current news related to mental health, outreach opportunities, and more! If you have questions or feel that you may be suffering from a mental health disorder, contact your doctor today!
For more information on migraine management visit the National Headache Foundation's website atwww.headache.org. On the website you can find great information on how to have fewer, shorter and more tolerable headaches. You can also donate to their cause and learn about their upcoming events.
Don't forget to attend our FREE educational discussion on migraine management on Wednesday, June 20th from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. The discussion will be led by a Neurologist by the name of Mitch Freedman, MD. It will be held in the lobby of our family medical practice located at 3500 Bush Street in Raleigh. We hope to see you there!
Shots can prevent infectious diseases like measles, diphtheria, and rubella. But people in the U.S. still die from these and other vaccine-preventable diseases. It's important to know which shots you need and when to get them.
Are you unsure about what immunizations you or your children should be up to date on? Check out the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for age specific information about vaccines and immunizations.
According to the American Cancer Society, 2012 will bring 226,870 new cases of invasive breast cancer in the United States. In addition, 63,000 new cases of carcinoma in situ (CIS) will be found (the earliest form of breast cancer). At this time, the chance of a woman having breast cancer is 1 in 8. Breast Cancer death rates are decreasing, probably as a result of finding cancer earlier and due to the accesibility of better treatment. Mammography is the best screening tool used today to find breast cancer.
Early Detection Saves Lives!
Contact Raleigh Radiology at 919-877-5400 to schedule your mammogram today!
FMAR conducts patient satisfaction surveys twice a year. These comprehensive surveys address everything from appointment availability to how well our staff takes care of patients. We survey 350+ patients to ensure we are hearing all our patients’ voices. Some results from the most recent survey show what we suspected and are thrilled about -we have fabulous patients who love us!
93% Would refer family and friends to us
97% Agree that our front desk staff are friendly and helpful
98% Agree that our clinical staff is friendly and helpful
99% Agree that their healthcare provider spent enough time with them
96% Agree that they can get a routine check-up appointment within a reasonable time
90% Agree that they can get a same day appointment when they want one.
99% Agree that their provider gives them good advice and treatment
We continue to work on ways to improve your experience at Family Medical Associates.Your feedback is welcome. Please let us if any suggestions for improving our performance.