November Patient Newsletter

Well-Child Exams are now available on Saturdays

What is a Well-Child Exam?
A Well-Child Exam is part of keeping your child healthy and happy.

This means that a physical exam will be done that includes talking about your child’s health history, physical and mental development. Parents will
also be able to ask questions about health education and guidance.

The physical will review systems and talk about age appropriate topics such as bike safety and stranger safety. Immunizations (shots) will be talked
about and given, if needed.

How can you schedule a Saturday Well-Child exam?
Call (530) 246-5710 and we’ll let you know when your child is due for their next visit.

Join us on Giving Tuesday

Help us put a book in the tiny hands of every child visiting SCHC for their well-child exam. Save the date to donate on Tuesday, November 27th to give
the gift of reading this holiday season.

WHEN: The online event takes place November 27th from 6am-8pm.

HOW: Visit on the 27th to make a donation, or schedule your donation beginning 11/13!

Partnership HealthPlan Weight Watchers Program

We currently have 51 active participants that have lost a grand total of 898 pounds since SCHC started managing the program in June 2017!

What do participants have to say?

  • “They help us stay encouraged. They have great recipes!”
  • “I can do this! I’m feeling great.”

Want to join?

Talk to your clinician about if you meet the program requirements.

Request An Appointment

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