Medicaid Blog Graphic

This is the first in a series intended to bring into focus the important role that Medicaid plays in the health of our patients, our organization and the larger community and what we all have to lose if proposed cuts to Medicaid are implemented. Medicaid was enacted in 1965 along with the Medicare program as […]

ASD 2

Four-year-old William reads at a second grade level. He is very creative and loves looking at and collecting logos. Liam loves animals and is a great listener for anyone who needs a friend. Gideon loves life, constantly has a smile on his face, and has an aura of happiness that seems to draw people in. […]

ASD 1

In the past decade, we have learned much more about autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and chances are that you know someone close to you diagnosed with the disorder. In 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identified that 1 in 68 children (1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls) have been […]

Colorectal Cancer

I come from a family with poor bowels. We are crampy, we are poopers, we are farters, and we always, ALWAYS know where the bathroom is in any given location. Earlier in the month, I wrote about my grandfather who died due to his colorectal cancer diagnosis, so the first time I visited gastroenterology I […]

colon cancer infographic

When you think about colorectal cancer…wait, do you even think about colorectal cancer? Maybe not frequently but the term may bring some thoughts or people to mind. Many celebrities have been affected by colorectal cancer including Audrey Hepburn, Katie Couric, and Jack Lemmon. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that every year, about 140,000 […]