New and existing patients of Bayfront Health Medical Group and My Gynecologist, now have convenient, any-time access to make an appointment online with select medical providers.
Bayfront Health Medical Group and My Gynecologist affiliated with Bayfront Health Brooksville and Bayfront Health Spring Hill are among the first health care providers in the area to offer a real-time online booking service. Increasing the convenience of this new service, some appointments are available for a same-day or next-day visit to the provider’s office.
Pariksith Singh, MD, CEO of Access Health Care Physicians was recently recognized with a special award from iLa. Ganeshan, a member of Parliament in India, for Dr. Singh’s outstanding contributions towards healthcare.
Caring for my mom now in the end stage of vascular dementia, I have learned that when I walk into the room, I need to start talking as soon as she has visual contact with me. I can see in her eyes and facial expression that she truly doesn’t recognize me. She does however know my voice.
Another lesson that I have learned is that I must keep my beard trimmed short. Once it starts getting long, it gets extremely grey and I start resembling a man by the name of Saint Nick and my mother truly has no idea of who I am.
Before seeking help from Vincent House, said Justin Shea, “I left a six month indentation on my parents’ couch… I wouldn’t go outside…” He explained that in high school he was energetic and outgoing, but then he was diagnosed with a mental illness. “And all that was taken away from me,” he said.
Shea compares recovering from mental illness to recovering from a stroke.
On February 22, Congressman Daniel Webster presented a U.S. flag to the Alzheimer’s Family Organization. The ceremony took place at their office in Spring Hill.
Webster, the Republican representative from District 11, made the presentation in memory of his late mother who had suffered from Alzheimer’s. His mother was in a facility first, but then he decided to bring her home so he could care for her himself.
Spring Hill, FL – This year, Americans will spend approximately $2 billion on candy gifts for the special Valentines in their lives. That’s good news for the chocolate industry, but it’s a whole lot of sugar. If you’re looking for a non-traditional Valentine gift for someone you love, consider giving the gift of a healthier heart.
As we get older, it gets more and more important to take care of our brains to ensure they’re healthy enough to combat the deterioration that can lead to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Fortunately, recent studies have shown that there may be easy ways to prevent them; keeping the brain active, healthy, and vital will strengthen cells and improve memory, which can help your mind stay sharp well into your senior years.