Month: February 2016

It started out simply as a plea for help on social media. We’re bringing parts of the AIDS Quilt to town, and we’re looking for local panels. And after a few requests online, nothing. So then, reaching out to my old friend, the newspaper in hopes that our requests would reach a different (slightly older) […]

Cavity infographic

They say it takes a village to raise a child. So why not use a village to help educate parents and children to the importance of oral health? We already know it’s a problem. Tooth decay is the No. 1 chronic disease facing children in America. Nearly 1 in 4 children between the ages of […]

panel from the AIDS Memorial Quilt

In York County alone, 92 people died from HIV in 2014, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Statewide, the number stood at 4,320. While the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 1980s is over, HIV is still ever present in our population — though the use of medication helps make it a manageable chronic disease. This summer, […]

wow card

Did you know that at Family First Health we have “WOW” cards? It’s a chance for staff to nominate other employees who they see doing something the exemplify our guiding principals. What are our principals you may ask: “Patient Centered” – “Respectful” – “Serves Everyone” – “Fiscally Responsible” – “ Continuous Improvement and Innovation” – […]