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Insurance Awareness

Insurance Awareness

On National Insurance Awareness Day, we would like to share some things with you to help you understand insurance plans.    Commonly used terms: COPAY – A fixed amount you pay for a particular service, typically for an office visit. DEDUCTIBLE – The amount you must...

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COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

Updated: Wednesday, May 20 To our patients – we wanted to send you all a message about preventative steps we’re taking here at Women’s Health Specialists during these challenging times of COVID-19. Keeping our patients and staff healthy is our first priority. In...

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Searching for a Positive Outlook

Searching for a Positive Outlook

By Connie Masak, APNP “To avoid situations in which you might make mistakes may be the biggest mistake of all” ~ Peter McWilliams “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are” ~ Anais Nan I’ve been working on my personal outlook for probably half of my...

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When and how to wash your hands properly

When and how to wash your hands properly

How to wash your hands properly Handwashing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick. It is easy to do and the most effective way to prevent the spread of germs from your home to the workplace to childcare facilities and...

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121 Days in the NICU Through Grandma’s Eyes

121 Days in the NICU Through Grandma’s Eyes

Claire Charlotte Caflisch was born June 1, 2019 via emergency C-Section to parents Wade and Genna Caflisch. Claire is a Micro-preemie, born at just 24 weeks 5 days and weighing 1 lb. 15 ounces. My daughter Genna had a condition known as placental abruption. This means...

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