End of the Year

Posted by GPWHC on 10 November 2016

The end of the year will be here before we know it!  Not only does that mean the holidays are coming, but it means that your insurance benefits might be soon switching over to the 2017 year.  If you’ve met your 2016 deductible, or are close to meeting it, don’t let that money go to waste.  Schedule that healthcare procedure or minor surgery you’ve been putting off, make any necessary appointments to see one of our fantastic practitioners, and get your mammogram!

Another thing to note about the upcoming end of year months, the office schedule might vary some days to allow our amazing staff some time with their families to celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas.  We will remind everyone of those changes as they approach, but our appointments book quickly, so call TODAY to get scheduled! 


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HPV & Cervical Cancer
Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain
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Overactive Bladder & Menopause
Breastfeeding Benefits for Moms
Adjusting to Life with a Newborn
Zika Virus – 2017 Update
What Are My Birth Control Options?
Date Rape – It’s Not Your Fault
Menopause: Symptoms & Solutions
Endometriosis – What Is It & What Are Your Options?
A Day In the Life Of An Anorexic
I had an abnormal pap smear what does this mean?
What is a hysterectomy?
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End of the Year
Your Teen's Sex Life
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After the baby
Stress and your health
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September Cancer Awareness Month
What is menopause?
Teen Eating Disorders


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