MCHD announces five more COVID-19 vaccine events

December 8, 2021

MCHD announces five more COVID-19 vaccine events

MOBILE, Ala. — The Mobile County Health Department’s (MCHD) COVID-19 Response Team is announcing additional opportunities to get your vaccine shots. As with all MCHD COVID-19 events, these will follow a first-come, first-served format. No appointments will be taken.

On Wednesday, December 15, MCHD will provide vaccine at Pine Grove Baptist Church (19130 Pine Grove Road in Mount Vernon) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric), Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

On Wednesday, December 15, MCHD will provide vaccine at the U.S. Amines Industrial Park’s Training Room (14086 Highway 43 in Axis) from 1 to 4 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric), Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

On Saturday, December 18, MCHD will provide vaccine at B.C. Rain High School’s gymnasium (3125 Dauphin Island Parkway in Mobile) from 9 to 11 a.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric), Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

On Saturday, December 18, MCHD will provide vaccine at Williamson High School and Middle School Preparatory Academy (1567 East Dublin Street in Mobile) from 1 to 4 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric), Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

On Monday, December 20, MCHD will provide vaccine at the VIA! Health, Fitness and Enrichment Center (1717 Dauphin Street in Mobile) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric), Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

These events are in addition to several other outreaches previously announced to take place prior to Christmas.

On Monday, December 13, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Dauphin Island Town Hall (1011 Bienville Boulevard) from 9 a.m. to noon. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult), Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

On Thursday, December 16, when MCHD will provide vaccine at First Baptist Church of Mobile (806 Government Street) from noon to 2 p.m. This event is sponsored by Alliance to the Medical Society of Mobile County. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric), Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

On Monday, December 20, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Citronelle Recreation Center (8200 East State Street) from 1 to 3 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric) or Moderna vaccine.

On Wednesday, December 22, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Semmes Branch of the Boys & Girls Club of South Alabama (3810 Wulff Road) from 2 to 5 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric) or Moderna vaccine.

Booster shots

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky has endorsed the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices’ (ACIP) expanded recommendations for booster shots to include all adults ages 18 years and older who received a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least six months after their second dose.

The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) authorization and CDC’s recommendation for use are critical next steps forward in our country’s booster program – a program which will help provide increased protection against COVID-19 disease and death.

Additional information

MCHD provides COVID-19 vaccines and walk-in rapid testing Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at its new location at the Festival Centre (Suite 101-A) in West Mobile. In addition to these hours, the clinic will be open every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The same services will be offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The location will be closed on Sundays.

Those coming for their booster shot should bring the CDC vaccination card that was presented to them after their primary shot. If you no longer have the card, please be prepared to wait for the MCHD staff to retrieve your information from the statewide vaccination system.

Individuals requesting a molecular test (Abbott ID Now) or a PCR test (through LabCorp) for personal preference or for travel must be tested at a Family Health location. Appointments for these specific tests may be made by calling 251-690-8889.

For those wishing to make an appointment to receive COVID-19 vaccine or a rapid test, MCHD is now offering Moderna vaccinations at several of its Family Health locations conveniently located throughout Mobile County. To secure a time to receive the shot, please call 251-690-8889.

Parents will need to sign a consent form for any person under 18 who wishes to receive the Pfizer vaccine. The parent does not have to be present, but a signed consent form is required.

To learn the latest on MCHD’s vaccine events, visit www.MCHDcares.com or call 251-410-MCHD (6243).

MCHD announces COVID-19 vaccine event on Dauphin Island

December 7, 2021

MCHD announces COVID-19 vaccine event on Dauphin Island

MOBILE, Ala. — The Mobile County Health Department’s (MCHD) COVID-19 Response Team is announcing another opportunity to get your vaccine shots. As with all MCHD COVID-19 events, these will follow a first-come, first-served format. No appointments will be taken.

The newest outreach will be Monday, December 13, at the Dauphin Island Town Hall (1011 Bienville Boulevard) from 9 a.m. to noon. MCHD will provide Pfizer (adult) for those 12 and older, along with Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine for those 18 and older.

This event is in addition to several other outreaches previously announced to take place prior to Christmas.

On Saturday, December 11, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Gulfdale Promenade (2962 Dauphin Island Parkway in Mobile) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric) for those 5 and older, along with Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine. This is part of the Revitalize DIP Festival.

On Thursday, December 16, when MCHD will provide vaccine at First Baptist Church of Mobile (806 Government Street) from noon to 2 p.m. This event is sponsored by Alliance to the Medical Society of Mobile County. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric), along with Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

On Monday, December 20, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Citronelle Recreation Center (8200 East State Street) from 1 to 3 p.m. MCHD will provide either the Pfizer (adult and pediatric) or Moderna vaccine.

On Wednesday, December 22, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Semmes Branch of the Boys & Girls Club of South Alabama (3810 Wulff Road) from 2 to 5 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric) or Moderna vaccine.

Booster shots

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky has endorsed the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices’ (ACIP) expanded recommendations for booster shots to include all adults ages 18 years and older who received a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least six months after their second dose.

The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) authorization and CDC’s recommendation for use are critical next steps forward in our country’s booster program – a program which will help provide increased protection against COVID-19 disease and death.

Additional information

MCHD provides COVID-19 vaccines and walk-in rapid testing Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at its new location at the Festival Centre (Suite 101-A) in West Mobile. In addition to these hours, the clinic will be open every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The same services will be offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The location will be closed on Sundays.

Those coming for their booster shot should bring the CDC vaccination card that was presented to them after their primary shot. If you no longer have the card, please be prepared to wait for the MCHD staff to retrieve your information from the statewide vaccination system.

Individuals requesting a molecular test (Abbott ID Now) or a PCR test (through LabCorp) for personal preference or for travel must be tested at a Family Health location. Appointments for these specific tests may be made by calling 251-690-8889.

For those wishing to make an appointment to receive COVID-19 vaccine or a rapid test, MCHD is now offering Moderna vaccinations at several of its Family Health locations conveniently located throughout Mobile County. To secure a time to receive the shot, please call 251-690-8889.

Parents will need to sign a consent form for any person under 18 who wishes to receive the Pfizer vaccine. The parent does not have to be present, but a signed consent form is required.

To learn the latest on MCHD’s vaccine events, visit www.MCHDcares.com or call 251-410-MCHD (6243).

MCHD announces another COVID-19 vaccine event

December 6, 2021

MCHD announces another COVID-19 vaccine event

MOBILE, Ala. — The Mobile County Health Department’s (MCHD) COVID-19 Response Team is announcing another opportunity to get your vaccine shots. As with all MCHD COVID-19 events, these will follow a first-come, first-served format. No appointments will be taken.

The newest outreach will be on Thursday, December 16, when MCHD will provide vaccine at First Baptist Church of Mobile (806 Government Street) from noon to 2 p.m. This event is sponsored by Alliance to the Medical Society of Mobile County. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric) for those 5 and older, along with Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine for those 18 and older.

This event is in addition to several other outreaches previously announced to take place prior to Christmas.

On Saturday, December 11, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Gulfdale Promenade (2962 Dauphin Island Parkway in Mobile) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric), Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine. This is part of the Revitalize DIP Festival.

On Monday, December 20, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Citronelle Recreation Center (8200 East State Street) from 1 to 3 p.m. MCHD will provide either the Pfizer (adult and pediatric) or Moderna vaccine.

On Wednesday, December 22, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Semmes Branch of the Boys & Girls Club of South Alabama (3810 Wulff Road) from 2 to 5 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric) or Moderna vaccine.

Booster shots

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky has endorsed the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices’ (ACIP) expanded recommendations for booster shots to include all adults ages 18 years and older who received a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least six months after their second dose.

The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) authorization and CDC’s recommendation for use are critical next steps forward in our country’s booster program – a program which will help provide increased protection against COVID-19 disease and death.

Additional information

MCHD provides COVID-19 vaccines and walk-in rapid testing Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at its new location at the Festival Centre (Suite 101-A) in West Mobile. In addition to these hours, the clinic will be open every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The same services will be offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The location will be closed on Sundays.

Those coming for their booster shot should bring the CDC vaccination card that was presented to them after their primary shot. If you no longer have the card, please be prepared to wait for the MCHD staff to retrieve your information from the statewide vaccination system.

Individuals requesting a molecular test (Abbott ID Now) or a PCR test (through LabCorp) for personal preference or for travel must be tested at a Family Health location. Appointments for these specific tests may be made by calling 251-690-8889.

For those wishing to make an appointment to receive COVID-19 vaccine or a rapid test, MCHD is now offering Moderna vaccinations at several of its Family Health locations conveniently located throughout Mobile County. To secure a time to receive the shot, please call 251-690-8889.

Parents will need to sign a consent form for any person under 18 who wishes to receive the Pfizer vaccine. The parent does not have to be present, but a signed consent form is required.

To learn the latest on MCHD’s vaccine events, visit www.MCHDcares.com or call 251-410-MCHD (6243).

MCHD announces more COVID-19 vaccine events

December 3, 2021

MCHD announces more COVID-19 vaccine events

MOBILE, Ala. — The Mobile County Health Department’s (MCHD) COVID-19 Response Team is announcing more opportunities to get your vaccine shots. As with all MCHD COVID-19 events, these will follow a first-come, first-served format. No appointments will be taken.

On Saturday, December 11, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Gulfdale Promenade (2962 Dauphin Island Parkway in Mobile) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric) for those 5 and older, along with Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine for those 18 and older. This is part of the Revitalize DIP Festival.

On Monday, December 20, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Citronelle Recreation Center (8200 East State Street) from 1 to 3 p.m. MCHD will provide either the Pfizer (adult and pediatric) or Moderna vaccine.

On Wednesday, December 22, MCHD will provide vaccine at the Semmes Branch of the Boys & Girls Club of South Alabama (3810 Wulff Road) from 2 to 5 p.m. MCHD will provide either Pfizer (adult and pediatric) or Moderna vaccine.

Booster shots

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky has endorsed the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices’ (ACIP) expanded recommendations for booster shots to include all adults ages 18 years and older who received a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least six months after their second dose.

The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) authorization and CDC’s recommendation for use are critical next steps forward in our country’s booster program – a program which will help provide increased protection against COVID-19 disease and death.

Additional information

MCHD provides COVID-19 vaccines and walk-in rapid testing Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at its new location at the Festival Centre (Suite 101-A) in West Mobile. In addition to these hours, the clinic will be open every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The same services will be offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The location will be closed on Sundays.

Those coming for their booster shot should bring the CDC vaccination card that was presented to them after their primary shot. If you no longer have the card, please be prepared to wait for the MCHD staff to retrieve your information from the statewide vaccination system.

Individuals requesting a molecular test (Abbott ID Now) or a PCR test (through LabCorp) for personal preference or for travel must be tested at a Family Health location. Appointments for these specific tests may be made by calling 251-690-8889.

For those wishing to make an appointment to receive COVID-19 vaccine or a rapid test, MCHD is now offering Moderna vaccinations at several of its Family Health locations conveniently located throughout Mobile County. To secure a time to receive the shot, please call 251-690-8889.

Parents will need to sign a consent form for any person under 18 who wishes to receive the Pfizer vaccine. The parent does not have to be present, but a signed consent form is required.

To learn the latest on MCHD’s vaccine events, visit www.MCHDcares.com or call 251-410-MCHD (6243).

MAWSS reports Sanitary Sewer Overflow caused by grease blockage

December 1, 2021

MAWSS reports Sanitary Sewer Overflow caused by grease blockage

MOBILE, Ala. — Mobile Area Water & Sewer System (MAWSS) responded to a Sanitary Sewer Overflow on November 30 at 4027 Holleman Drive. Approximately 30,175 gallons of wastewater overflowed into Eight Mile Creek as a result of a grease blockage.

MAWSS crews have cleared the blockage, stopped the overflow, and are taking steps to prevent future overflows at this location.

Grease blockages occur when foods containing fats, oil or grease are put down the drain. MAWSS provides free containers for grease recycling. You can learn more about the program by visiting www.itseasytobeungreasy.com.

Dr. Bernard H. Eichold II, Health Officer for Mobile County, advises area residents to take precautions when coming into contact with any standing water that may have accumulated as a result of this overflow. Those who have come into direct contact with untreated sewage are advised to wash their hands and clothing thoroughly.

Area residents should take precautions when using Eight Mile Creek for recreational purposes because of this overflow. All seafood harvested in this general area should be thoroughly cooked before eating. People should wash hands after cleaning seafood and before preparing food.

Rabies clinics planned in December for dogs, cats, and ferrets

December 1, 2021

Rabies clinics planned in December for dogs, cats, and ferrets

MOBILE, Ala. — The Mobile County Health Department provides low-cost rabies shots for dogs, cats, and ferrets that are good for one year during weekend clinics. Here is a list of the rabies clinics planned during December in Mobile County:

  • December 4 (Saturday), 10 a.m. to noon, City of Mobile Animal Shelter, 855 Owens Street in Mobile
  • December 10 (Friday), 10 a.m. to noon, Mobile County Animal Shelter, 7665 Howell’s Ferry Road in Mobile
  • December 11 (Saturday), 10 a.m. to noon, Pet Supplies Plus, 803 Hillcrest Road in Mobile
  • December 18 (Saturday), 10 a.m. to noon, Glamour Paws Grooming, 10005 Dauphin Island Parkway in Theodore

In order to adhere to social distancing recommendations, these events will be drive-through clinics. The cost of the rabies vaccine per pet is $12. All rabies shots are payable in cash.

Each month, MCHD’s Rabies Officer provides residents with low-cost vaccines for their pet dogs, cats, and ferrets at a variety of locations. The state of Alabama tasks local health departments with providing affordable rabies vaccinations to pet owners. MCHD’s Rabies Officer has vaccinated 1,478 household pets during rabies clinics in 2021.

Rabies is a virus that attacks the central nervous system. It is transmitted from infected mammals to humans and is fatal once symptoms appear. Symptoms of rabies include unusual behavior, irritability, headache, fever, inability to eat or drink, balance problems, circling, seizures, coma, and, finally, death. All warm-blooded mammals, including humans, are susceptible to rabies.

In 2020, MCHD’s Rabies Officer vaccinated 1,599 household pets. To learn more about our program, visit https://mchd.org/disease-control/#rabies.

A Rabies Quarantine Fact Sheet is available through the Alabama Department of Public Health at www.alabamapublichealth.gov/infectiousdiseases/assets/RabiesQuarantineFactSheet.pdf.

MCHD to host art exhibit to observe World AIDS Day

November 26, 2021

MCHD to host art exhibit to observe World AIDS Day

MOBILE, Ala. — World AIDS Day is observed December 1 each year. The day is an opportunity worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show support for people living with HIV, and commemorate people who have died. World AIDS Day, newly recognized in 1988, was the first-ever global health day.

To help mark the occasion, the Mobile County Health Department is sponsoring a special experience that Wednesday at its Keeler Memorial Building (251 North Bayou Street in Mobile). The Scarlet Event Presents: ART Beat — A Therapeutic Art Experience in the lobby and courtyard from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Tyrome “Ty” Tover, a peer counselor with MCHD and a contemporary expressionist painter, said local artist will have the opportunity to showcase their work during the gallery event. They can display up two pieces of art. Photos of items not on display will be featured on social media.

A native of Mobile, Tover’s colorful paintings pay homage to his life experiences and his emotions. His distinctive personal style and use of color permeates throughout his works. Most of his works display his fondness for use of acrylic paints over black canvas.

Tover has led a very interesting life saturated in the arts: from lead dancer, to choreographer, to local painter. Tover left Mobile early on in his life to seek culture in other communities. He spent more than a decade in Los Angeles where he served on numerous artistic boards, including the Disney Anaheim Museum.

His artwork has been shown in local exhibitions, including the most recent one by the Mobile Arts Council titled “A Celebration of Black Artists.” Tover’s work is currently featured on the Mobile Arts Council’s Virtual Art Gallery at https://mobilearts.org/virtualgallery/

Additionally, he had some of his artwork displayed during the LoDa Art Walk in February. The event celebrated black artists and their contributions to the art community.

The Scarlet Event has been a part of the World AIDS Day observation for many years in Mobile. It takes place to celebrate life for the ones affected by AIDS but who are still here laughing, loving, and living.

The World AIDS Day 2021 theme is “Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic (EHE): Equitable Access, Everyone’s Voice.” The goal of EHE is to reduce new infections by 75 percent in the next five years and by 90 percent by 2030. To reach this goal, efforts will focus on five key strategies that together can end the HIV epidemic in the U.S.: diagnose, treat, prevent, respond, and engage the workforce.

World AIDS Day 2021

MAWSS reports Sanitary Sewer Overflow caused by blockage

November 17, 2021

MAWSS reports Sanitary Sewer Overflow caused by blockage

MOBILE, Ala. — Mobile Area Water & Sewer System (MAWSS) responded to a Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) on November 16 at 600 Azalea Road and Skyline Drive North. A total of 825 gallons of wastewater overflowed as a result of a grease blockage and asphalt in a sewer main line.

Quick response by MAWSS crews enabled them to reclaim 425 gallons of the wastewater that overflowed. Approximately 400 gallons of wastewater flowed into Montlimar Creek.

MAWSS crews have cleared the blockage and removed the asphalt. Steps are being taken to prevent future overflows at this location.

Grease blockages occur when foods containing fats, oil or grease are put down the drain. MAWSS provides free containers for grease recycling. You can learn more about the program by visiting www.itseasytobeungreasy.com.

Dr. Bernard H. Eichold II, Health Officer for Mobile County, advises area residents to take precautions when coming into contact with any standing water that may have accumulated as a result of this overflow. Those who have come into direct contact with untreated sewage are advised to wash their hands and clothing thoroughly.

Area residents should take precautions when using Montlimar Creek for recreational purposes because of this overflow. All seafood harvested in this general area should be thoroughly cooked before eating. People should wash hands after cleaning seafood and before preparing food.

MCHD offers pediatric COVID-19 vaccine at Festival Centre

November 12, 2021

MCHD offers pediatric COVID-19 vaccine at Festival Centre

MOBILE, Ala. — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended pediatric Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children 5-11 years of age in the U.S. The COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine for this age group is a reduced dose (10 microgram), two-dose series.

The Mobile County Health Department (MCHD) follows the guidance of the CDC and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) regarding vaccination recommendations. The ACIP recommendation applies to all children 5-11 years of age, including those with underlying conditions and previous COVID-19 infection.

Starting today, MCHD’s COVID-19 Response Team will offer the pediatric vaccine at its vaccination and testing location at the Festival Centre in Suite 101-A. The West Mobile shopping center is located at the corner of Airport Boulevard and Montlimar Drive.

MCHD provides COVID-19 vaccines and walk-in rapid testing Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. In addition to these hours, the clinic will be open every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The same services will be offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The location will be closed on Sundays.

Family Health, the primary care division of MCHD, has received a limited amount of pediatric vaccine that is available by appointment only (call 251-690-8889 for times and locations).

Parents will need to sign a consent form for any person under 18 who wishes to receive the Pfizer vaccine. The parent does not have to be present, but a signed consent form is required.

For the latest information on COVID-19 vaccinations and testing, you may visit www.MCHDcares.com or call 251-410-MCHD (6243).

MCHD observes National Nurse Practitioner Week

November 10, 2021

MCHD observes National Nurse Practitioner Week

MOBILE, Ala. — Every day, nurse practitioners (NPs) are saving lives and improving the health of our friends and family. The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has elevated awareness of how NPs are essential to our health care system.

To honor their heroic efforts, communities nationwide are joining the Mobile County Health Department and Family Health – its primary care division — in recognizing the critical role of NPs as part of the annual National Nurse Practitioner Week celebration (NP Week). This year it takes place November 7 to 13.

“Family Health and its patients are grateful for the compassionate high quality nurse practitioners who have committed to serve their community well,” said Kelly Warren, Executive Director of Family Health. “Please join us in thanking a Nurse Practitioner this week.”

Serving as nurse practitioners for Family Health are the following:

Citronelle Health Center – Seth Davis, Thaila Keodouangdy,
Dauphin Island Parkway Health Center — Heather Harvey,
Eight Mile Health Center – Maria Beck, Dr. Shayria Catlin,
Keeler Adult Health – Mason Wade,
Keeler Pediatric Health – Janelle Davis, Edna Harris
Keeler Women’s Health – Cindy Norman, Barbara Swartz,
North Mobile Health Center – Jessica Clarke,
Semmes Health Center – Suzie Lebatard, Charlotte Gamble, Laura Jane Wolf,
Women’s Center — Jeri Jones, Raquel King, Beth Ruzic, Tina Syphrit.

NPs provide a wide range of care to America’s patients in more than 1 billion visits annually. The NP Week theme in 2021 is “NPs: Going the Extra Mile,” which offers patients the opportunity to share their story about the positive difference an NP has made in their life.

NP Week recognizes the contributions that more than 325,000 licensed NPs make to the health of patients nationwide. These health care professionals practice in clinics, hospitals, emergency rooms, urgent care centers, nursing homes, and private practices across the country — wherever patients are in need — and continue to provide front-line care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

NPs assess patients, order, and interpret tests, make diagnoses, and provide treatment, including prescribing medications. As clinicians who blend clinical expertise with an added emphasis on disease prevention and health management, NPs are the health care provider of choice for millions of Americans.

 

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