September Patient Newsletter

Wildfire Smoke & Your Health

When smoke levels are high, even healthy people may have health problems. The best thing to do is to limit being out in it. Some of the tips below may help give the most protection from wildfire smoke. The more you do to stay out of it, the less chance of having health effects.

Diabetes y Yo

This special event is SCHC’s monthly Diabetes & Me presentation featuring a Spanish interpreter. This event is presented by a Registered Dietitian.

September is Dental Health Month at SCHC

Oral health touches every part of our lives but is often taken for granted. Your mouth is a window into the health of your body. Regular dental checks and a good tooth and gum care routine can prevent most dental issues. Many people believe they only need to see a dentist if they are in pain or if they think something is wrong. The truth is, regular dental visits can go a long way toward a lifetime of good oral health.

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News and Updates

  • January Patient Newsletter

    January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month Cervical Cancer can often be prevented. Getting a pap smear and getting vaccinated (shots) for the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) are the best ways to ke...

  • December Patient Newsletter

    Shasta Community Maternity Center We are excited to announce that starting January 2, 2019, SCHC will be taking over the Mercy Maternity Center. The new Shasta Community Maternity Center will...

  • 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 t...

  • October Patient Newsletter

    It's time for Open Enrollment! This year Open Enrollment for Covered California starts early! Some key dates to remember are: October 15, 2018: Open Enrollment Begins December 15, 201...

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