- August is Summer Sun Safety Month. No matter how high a SPF your sunscreen has – it doesn’t last all day. Reapply sunscreen hourly and after swimming, sweating, or toweling off. If your skin is red, cover it up! Burns get worse overtime – even a little pink can be blistered.
- Swimming is fun and good exercise. Be safe around water. Avoid horse play. Never swim alone. If you see someone in trouble in the water – REACH for them, THROW them an object to help them float, ROW a boat to them and, as last resort, GO in after them.
- August is National Immunization Awareness Month. Adults as well as children need immunizations. Check with your health provider to see what immunizations you need. It is better to prevent disease than treat it.
- End of summer means a return to school. Be especially diligent and safety aware of school zones, cross walks, school buses, walkers, runners, hikers, and car poolers.
- Getting enough sleep is important to many aspects of your health. Avoid TV, computers, phones, and other sources of artificial light for 30-60 minutes before going to bed. This invites Mr. Sandman to say good night, sleep tight.
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New Patient: Cash $85 Card $90
New Diet (2 hour appt):
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Established Patient: Cash $150 Card $155
DOT Physicals (stays the same):
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- Everhart Primary Health Care does not file for reimbursement of services rendered at their office with any insurance – public or private.
- Although some private insurers may reimburse the insured person directly for any payments to Everhart Primary Health Care, understand that Medicare and Medicaid will not accept claims submitted by a private individual for health care services received from a nonparticipating health care provider.
- Contact your health insurance provider to determine if payments made to Everhart Primary Health Care for health care services are reimbursable or if they may apply toward your deductible or out-of-pocket expenses.
- You may request a receipt for payments, diagnostic (ICD-9/10) and/or procedural (CPT) codes for any services you receive at Everhart Primary Health Care.
- It is your responsibility to obtain, complete, and submit any forms needed for such reimbursement or application to your deductible/out-of-pocket expenses.