Crossroads Family Care Opens New Health Clinic in Palestine
New Family Care Clinic
Ribbon Cutting set for Tuesday, June 27th
Palestine, Texas (June 19, 2017) – Crossroads Family Care is pleased to announce the opening of their new location in Palestine, located at 205 E. Brazos St., which was formerly WHC Medical and Dental.
Regular clinic hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Thursday and Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. New patients are being accepted and walk-ins are welcome. “We are very excited to bring our experience in family medicine to the Palestine area and we encourage residents in the surrounding communities to stop by on June 27 to meet our great staff and tour the facilities,” says Kenneth White, CEO of Crossroads Family Care which started in Mt. Enterprise, Texas. “From family medicine to pediatric care and well woman exams, we have the entire family covered,” White adds.
For more information about Crossroads Family Care or to make an appointment, call 903-729-3015 or go to www.CrossroadsFamilyCare.com/Palestine.
What: Crossroads Family Care Ribbon Cutting
When: Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 10:00 am
Where: 205 E. Brazos St., Palestine, Texas 75801
The media is invited to attend and photograph the ribbon-cutting.
Sports Physicals for Students ONLY $15
Discounts available for TEACHERS and STAFF of Mt. Enterprise and Henderson ISD.
Immunizations available for Medicaid, uninsured, and private insurance patients.
Same-day appointments available.
Accepting Medicaid, Medicare, and most insurance. Grant programs and a sliding fee schedule is available for uninsured patients.
106 W Rusk Street
1115 Hwy 259 South
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Growing With Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Crossroads Family Care Grows With Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Clinic expansion continues with added support for behavioral and emotional health
Crossroads Family Care introduces J. Denise Sutherland, LCSW, to further develop our capacity to meet the growing demand for behavioral and emotional health counselling. Denise brings more than 25 years of experience to us along with a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from The University of Texas – Tyler and a Master’s degree in social work from the University of Denver.
Counseling is an effective and increasingly popular way to overcome unexpected difficulties in life. Trained counselors offer a safe place for people to share their experiences and to explore ways to cope and recover. Using therapeutic interventions, counselors help people who are challenged by situations like anxiety, conflict, depression, grief, stress, trauma and unanticipated life events. Denise knows how to help people coping with life adjustments, abuse, neglect, family conflicts, behavioral concerns, addiction and terminal illnesses.
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Medicare Open Enrollment
Read the latest news on Medicare Open Enrollment published by The Medicare Blog. Read original post here.
“Fall is the perfect time to take care of things around your house—like turning your clocks back and changing smoke detector batteries. Another important item on your fall checklist is Medicare’s Open Enrollment, which runs from October 15–December 7. It’s important that your health plan meets the changing demands in your life, so now’s your chance to review your coverage and see if you need to make any changes for next year. Or, you may decide you’re happy with the plan you have now. If that’s the case, and the plan is still being offered next year, you don’t need to do anything.
Over the next few months, look around—you’ll find a wealth of information about your Medicare benefits, especially in these everyday places:
In the mail
Look through your mail carefully—you may get important notices from your current plan, Medicare, or Social Security about changes to your coverage or any Extra Help you may get paying for prescription drugs.
Also, look for your Medicare & You handbook. It contains information about all of the Medicare plans in your area. If you decided to “go paperless,” you’ll get an email pointing you to Medicare.gov where you can get all the same information.
You’ll also start to see brochures from companies that offer Medicare health and drug plans. Just remember, be smart about protecting your personal information and your identity—plans aren’t allowed to call or come to your home without an invitation from you.
On your computer
Comparing your plan choices is important. Our Medicare Plan Finder is ready with all of the 2016 health and drug plan cost information to make it as easy as possible. Enter the drugs you take to find out how you can lower your costs and review the plan’s ratings to compare plan quality. If you find a plan that meets your needs, you’ll be able to join the plan right online starting October 15. If you haven’t used the Plan Finder before, check out our video to help you get started.
In your community
Take a moment as you enjoy these crisp mornings to review the Medicare information that’s out there. You may find a local event—somewhere right around the corner with counselors to help you, like your State Health Insurance Assistance Program. Don’t miss the chance to get personalized help if you need it!
Now’s the time to enjoy the choice and control you have over your health care coverage. Just like fall, Medicare Open Enrollment only comes once a year.”
Flu Shots Now Available
Flu shots are now available at Crossroads Family Care
Don’t let the flu virus get you feeling “under the weather” this Winter. Now is the time to stop by our Henderson or Mt. Enterprise location to get your flu shot today!
Our flu shots are $25.00 for a self-pay patient. However, many insurances cover the flu shot which is available now through December and sometimes into January.
In many cases a patient will be able to come to the clinic for their flu shot without having to see the provider. They can see a nurse or medical assistant and be on their way. However, in some cases (such as when we haven’t seen the patient in a couple of years), the provider is going to want to see the patient first.