PT2 Prevent Type 2 – Control Diabetes Before It Controls You

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Clay County Hospital Prevent Type 2 Diabetes is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Are you at risk for diabetes? Have you been diagnosed with prediabetes? Take the Test that details if you might be at risk to becoming diabetic:

https://doihaveprediabetes.org/prediabetes-risk-test.html

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    Billie Toland, a DOT certified Family Nurse Practitioner, would like to remind everyone that it is very important to push fluids like water, sports drinks, and broths when fighting viruses such as a cold or a stomach bug. ... See MoreSee Less

    Billie Toland, a DOT certified Family Nurse Practitioner, would like to remind everyone that it is very important to push fluids like water, sports drinks, and broths when fighting viruses such as a cold or a stomach bug.

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    🎉 Clay County Hospital’s Life Masters Club Members recently celebrated with “hands in the air” in celebration of their 3 year Club Anniversary! Club members celebrated with finger foods such as croissant sandwiches, a healthy chex mix and a fruit platter. The February’s monthly guest speaker was Clay County Hospital’s Med Surg Case Manager, Sally Wilson, RN who provided valuable information to the club members about Clay County Hospital’s Swing Bed Program, Discharge Planning and Medicare benefits. For more information on the Clay County Hospital Life Masters Senior Club, which is open to residents over the age of 55, visit www.claycountyhospital.org or call Emily Milner at 618-844-3162. Club gatherings are held on the first Thursday of each month in the hospital conference room from 9:30 am – 10:30 am. 🎊 ... See MoreSee Less

    🎉 Clay County Hospital’s Life Masters Club Members recently celebrated with “hands in the air” in celebration of their 3 year Club Anniversary! Club members celebrated with finger foods such as croissant sandwiches, a healthy chex mix and a fruit platter. The February’s monthly guest speaker was Clay County Hospital’s Med Surg Case Manager, Sally Wilson, RN who provided valuable information to the club members about Clay County Hospital’s Swing Bed Program, Discharge Planning and Medicare benefits. For more information on the Clay County Hospital Life Masters Senior Club, which is open to residents over the age of 55, visit www.claycountyhospital.org or call Emily Milner at 618-844-3162. Club gatherings are held on the first Thursday of each month in the hospital conference room from 9:30 am – 10:30 am. 🎊Image attachmentImage attachment
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