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Preventive Health Care
Preventative Health Care
Preventative healthcare is an important part of staying healthy and reducing the risk of developing serious health issues. Taking the time to get regular check-ups, eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, getting adequate sleep, and managing stress are all excellent strategies for maintaining good health. Even though it can be a bit of a hassle to make time for these activities, they can help prevent serious illnesses and conditions, as well as provide peace of mind. And if you do end up getting sick, preventive care can help you identify and treat your condition quickly, before it becomes a bigger issue. Taking the time to practice preventative healthcare is an investment in your health and wellbeing that pays off in the long run.
At Mayers Memorial Healthcare District we offer inpatient and outpatient services to assist with your wellness. If you need to establish a Primary Care Provider of schedule a regular check-up, we can help you at the Mayers Rural Clinic in Burney. (530)335-6070.
Mayers Rural Health Center
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