Our Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We remain committed to providing our patients the best possible healthcare in this community. We will remain open during this difficult time and provide all necessary cleaning and sanitation to assure patient and staff safety. We can provide telemedicine appointment if you feel uncomfortable with visiting us in the office but need to arrange those through the office phone system. We will be working our regular hours as well as have our Saturday morning walk in clinic.

Events

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Labor Day History September 7,2020

Labor Day is a dedicated to honoring and remembering the achievements of the US worker. It is national celebration which recognizes the contributions that American workers have made to the prosperity of their nation. Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday in September as a three day weekend.


World Suicide Prevention Day History September 10,2020

World Suicide Prevention Day promotes worldwide movements to prevent suicides. World Suicide Prevention Day gives organizations, government agencies, and individuals, a chance to promote awareness about the mental illnesses associated with suicide. International Association for Suicide Prevention collaborates with the World Health Organization and the World Federation for Mental Health to host the World Suicide Prevention Day. World Suicide Prevention Day is observed annually on September 10th in the United States..National Sucicide Hotline1-800-273-8255


Patriot Day (Sept 11) History September 11,2020

Patriot Day is a day the US remembers the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. This day is commonly referred to as 9-11 (Nine-Eleven). It is believed that 2,977 people died in the attacks. President George W. Bush proclaimed September 11th Patriot Day in 2002


Grandparents' Day History September 13,2020

Grandparents Day serves to honor and recognize the contributions of grandparents in our lives. Grandparents are a society and a family's ties to its past as they pass on important values, beliefs and ideals to future generations. Their wisdom and love are recognized every year on the first Saturday after Labor Day in September.

National Grandparents Day was founded by Jacob Reingold and Marian McQuade. In 1961, during the White House Conference on Aging, Reingold was inspired to focus on the role of grandparents in society and he subsequently held the first Grandparents Day at his retirement home later that year. By 1961, the New York borough of the Bronx had made Grandparents Day an official holiday. Then, in 1970, Mrs. McQuade began to petition for the government to proclaim a day for grandparents. In 1973, the first Grandparents Day was proclaimed in West Virginia and in 1978, bill to proclaim National Grandparents Day was signed by President Jimmy Carter. According to President Carter, "The elders of each family have the responsibility for setting the moral tone for the family and for passing on the traditional values of our Nation to their children and grandchildren."

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