In celebration of Caring Together’s 15 years and Family First Health’s even-longer commitment treating and preventing HIV/AIDS, we are proud to bring 12 panels from The AIDS Memorial Quilt to be on display from June 23 to 25. We want to pause and remember those we’ve lost and reflect on what more can be done to support healthy and long lives for those diagnosed and prevent transmission whenever possible. We acknowledge that there’s still work to be done and ensure that history will not repeat itself.
Month: May 2016
York resident Arlene Bubb speaks about losing her son to AIDS and his panel of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, which will be returning to York June 23.
Our Quality Improvement team is always looking for ways to better serve our patients and one of the ways they do that is by asking patients for input. Let’s take a look at some of the key points from the most recent survey. Of the 4,588 people who responded – 41% of them came to […]
Last time we talked about bad bacteria in our mouths. Let’s talk about that a little more. We all have bacteria in our mouths some are good and some are bad. We begin to have dental problems when we allow the bad bacteria to get out of control. Bad bacteria are the cause of all […]
Lawrence Spector was working in New Hampshire doing internal medicine but felt as though he was lacking something when it came to providing overall care for patients. That’s what drew him to Family First Health — the idea of having one organization that has medical, dental and social services. The whole package for the whole patient. […]