A recent health assessment conducted in York City emerged with information that may be shocking to some, but for those that work in local healthcare, it was no surprise at all. Disparities exist between York City and Pennsylvania as a whole, while the health disparities between York City and York County are even more distressing. […]
This National Health Center Week, Family First Health is promoting its Fuel a Healthy Body campaign with some fun videos and photos from staff.
Everyone has different reasons for eating healthy foods and staying active. Through the Fuel A Healthy Body campaign, we’re encouraging everyone to consider what motivates them toward a healthier life.
Family First Health is celebrating 25 years of caring for those living with HIV/AIDS in our community. Our CEO reflects at a recent AIDS Memorial Quilt event.
Cassie’s mother was HIV positive, but back in the early 1990s, not a whole lot was known about transmission and how to protect the unborn babies of those already positive. Breathing problems that got worse once Cassie got home led doctors to the diagnosis. They told Bones that they’d have about a year. But if Cassie made it past the year, she’d be OK.