Rural Health and General Medical Clinic
Primary Healthcare Services:
Wellness and Preventative Care:
Care includes screenings, immunizations and recommendations based on age, health status and current evidence-based guidelines
Offering comprehensive primary care services for men’s unique health care requirements. Getting preventative screenings and immunizations are among the most important things you can do for yourself.
Wellness Counseling Program:
Some of the topics covered in Wellness Counseling include medication management, smoking cessation, nutrition guidance and immunizations.
Children have different health care needs as they grow. We encourage preventative well care, developmental screenings, and immunizations.
Comprehensive primary care services for women’s unique health care requirements including preventative screenings and immunizations.
Having a healthy lifestyle can help you to deal with normal aging changes and make the most of your life
Chronic Disease Management:
We understand dealing with chronic conditions can be stressful, and our team is here to help.
To Make an Appointment Call (330) 343-5555 x100
Additional Information Links:
HPV (human papillomavirus) is a virus that can cause certain cancers and diseases in both males and females; many people have it and don’t even know it.
There are 14 million new HPV infections yearly in the US:
• 50% of them are 15- to 24-year-olds
• That’s about 19,000 teens and young adults each day
• For most people, HPV clears on its own, but for other, it could cause certain cancers and other diseases
Most adolescents 9-14 should get the HPV vaccine as a two-dose series separated by 6-12 months. People who start the HPV vaccine at age 15 and older receive a three-dose series with the second dose given 1-2 months after the first dose and the third dose given 6 months after the first dose. The vaccine is routinely given at 11 or 12, but can be given at age 9 – 26
For more information on HPV: https://www.cdc.gov/hpv/parents/vaccine.html
To schedule an appointment to receive the HPV vaccine contact the Tuscarawas County Health Department at 330-343-5555 ext. 129
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