Houston – Use Your Medical Benefits NOW!

With 2019 just around the corner (literally, it’s next week!) it is crunch time to utilize your medical benefits before you lose them on January 1. That means if you have any medical treatments or concerns, now is the time to schedule an appointment. We only have a few remaining days before benefits expire, so there is no time to waste. Whether it is for a routine checkup or something more serious, make sure to come in right away.

USE YOUR MEDICAL BENEFITS OR RISK LOSING THEM

Our Houston family care clinic provides diagnosis and treatment for a variety of acute and chronic conditions, as well as family practice healthcare. This can include anything from routine annual health checks, to diabetes, to vaccinations, even immigration exams. Many of these treatments are covered by major insurance providers. If you are unsure of your coverage, make sure to call your insurance provider right away to verify coverage and benefits. If you know you have leftover benefits, give us a call to schedule your appointment.

SCHOOL IS STARTING BACK UP, STAY ON TOP OF YOUR CHILD’S HEALTH

With winter vacation ending, your children will be going back to school and be exposed to all manner of bugs, viruses, and ich. Regular hygiene and sterilization habits can help stem the tide of germ exposure. Teaching good habits such as washing hands, or even wiping down commonly used items for them can be critical. Remember, if your child is feeling sick, do the responsible thing and bring them in right away.

SCHEDULE YOUR FAMILIES ANNUAL EXAMS TODAY

Our desire is to make sure everyone in your family is happy and healthy going into the new year. Annual exams are a critical step in this process. Come into our Houston medical clinic for personalized care for the whole family. We look forward to seeing you soon.

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