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Skilled specialists for premium care.
SIMEDHealth has a proud tradition of offering convenient, affordable, quality health care in multiple specialty areas.
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First Care Urgent Care is a Full Service Occupational and Urgent Care Clinic.
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Multiple services, one health record.
SIMEDHealth combines primary care physicians, specialists, diagnostic and therapeutic services in an integrated team approach.

Latest News

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Oct 2019

Why Physical Therapy May Be a Better Pain Reliever Than Medication

By: Liz Whitehead | Tags: SIMEDHealth Physical Therapy, Fit For Life, Physical Therapy

According to the Health Services Research Journal, patients that use physical therapy as a first treatment saw 72% fewer costs than those who did not. This month is Physical Therapy Awareness Month, and we are taking the time to highlight SIMEDHealth Physical Therapy. We talked to David Ochs, a physical therapist at SIMEDHealth Physical Therapy, about what injuries can be treated with outpatient PT and how it compares against prescribed pain medication. 

 

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Sep 2019

High Cholesterol: Protecting You and Your Children

By: Liz Whitehead | Tags: National Cholesterol Education Month, Primary Care, Dr. Gabriele DeMori

About two-thirds of adults say they have had their cholesterol checked within the last five years, according to the CDC. However, about 33.5% of American adults are living with high cholesterol. September is National Cholesterol Education Month and primary care physician Dr. Gabriele DeMori about what patients and their kids can do to keep themselves healthy. 

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Oct 2019

Five Myths About Breast Cancer: Busted

By: Liz Whitehead | Tags: Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Linda Grover, Gynecology, Women's Health

October, most associated with pumpkins, and changing temperatures, is also commonly associated with the color pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to breastcancer.org, As of January of this year, 3.1 million women have a history of breast cancer in the United States. We talked to SIMEDHealth Gynecologist Dr. Linda Grover about some common myths that still surround this cancer despite the overwhelming amount of pink showcased this month.

1) Finding a lump in the breast means you have breast cancer.