Month: April 2016

We have been introducing you to our dentists and now we would like to introduce and welcome you to our offices — which are open to anyone seeking dental health. What does oral health mean? It means limiting or controlling the bad bacteria we all have in our mouths. You — the patient — play the most important […]

group in parenting class

Our free Hanover parenting classes kicked off this week with “Parenting the Love and Logic Way” with our friends from Family-Child Resources. Over six weeks, those in attendance of the parenting classes will learn tools to help them better raise responsible, respectful kids. The goal? To love our kids so much that we’re willing to […]

Celebrating National Nurses Week

May 6 to 12 is National Nurses Week so let’s take the time to celebrate all of the nurses we have here at five Family First Health sites! During the week-long celebration, we want to draw some attention to our Nurse-Family Partnership program, which connects qualifying first-time mothers with an at-home nurse who visits through […]

FFH 2015 annual report cover

April is Minority Health Month and because we just published our annual report, I wanted to share some of our numbers with you. In 2015, we served 21,304 patients at our five sites with a total of 68,717 visits. Let’s break down those patients by race: 13,737 – White 3,794 – Unreported 3,671 – Black/African […]

Terrence Walker

Dr. Terrence Walker joined Family First Health in August 2015 — seeing patients at our George Street and Hanover centers. He remembers exactly the month when it puts it into context that it was around the time he injured his Achilles tendon playing basketball and needed surgery. Since then, he’s hung up his basketball shorts. He […]