Save the Date | Swinging Fore Literacy Golf Outing

Join PHN Charitable Foundation on October 7th, 2024, for a day of golf, generosity, and making a difference in our community’s literacy efforts. Swinging Fore Literacy is an event you won’t want to miss! New for 2024: We are now featuring 27 holes! Registration information coming soon! What to Expect:Get your clubs ready for an…

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A Farewell to 2023 | Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation

As we bid farewell to 2023, we find ourselves reflecting on the incredible journey we’ve had throughout the year and the positive impact we’ve collectively made in our local community. We are truly grateful for your steadfast support of the PHN Charitable Foundation, which has played a pivotal role in our success. Thanks to your…

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Winter Health Tips for the New Year

Are you looking forward to the holiday season? Sadly, falling sick could spoil your holiday spirit. As the cooler temperatures and wintry conditions set in, you’re more prone to get sick. Make every effort not to catch a cold or the dreaded flu if you want to maintain your positive Christmas spirit. Take a look…

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New Patient Portal to Launch January 3rd, 2023

Primary Health Network is working to positively transform patient care through its newly enhanced patient portal. The transition is set to occur on January 3rd, and we are confident that patients will notice the change and the benefits right away. This 100% free self-service health management tool is secure and will empower our patients to…

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Understanding RSV & HFM Disease

Along with the twinkling lights and festive music, come a number of viral illnesses including Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and Hand, Foot, and Mouth (HFM) Disease. Understanding RSV & HFM disease this holiday season can help protect you and your family from unwanted sickness. Learn more about these unwanted illnesses to stay safe this winter!…

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Italian Wedding Soup

This flavorful, filling, simple Italian Wedding Soup will have you forgetting about the marble-size meatballs you find in many versions of this recipe. In this easy take on the traditional meal, they’re full-size, packed with flavor, and quite filling. You are sure to be feeling full after enjoying this hearty dish! Ingredients for Italian Wedding…

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Bowl of cooked chicken, couscous, carrots and cherrries. A wooden spoon is inserted into the stew

One Pot Moroccan-Spiced Chicken Stew with Sweet Potato & Couscous

Thanks to cinnamon, turmeric, and smoky cumin, this Moroccan-spiced chicken stew is to die for. Ingredients: For the stew 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 pound boneless skinless chicken thighs 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 yellow onion, chopped 1 large carrot, sliced 3 1/2 cups small cauliflower florets 1 medium sweet potato, diced into ½ inch…

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When NOT to send your child to school. Little boy with hat and backpack waves goodbye

When Not to Send Your Child to School

Before sending your ill child to school, consider the seriousness of the symptoms and the underlying causes. See if other students can catch the sickness as well. Keep your sick youngster at home until the contagious time has passed if at all possible. The first thing to ask yourself as a parent or caregiver is…

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Mindfulness Matters! A beginner's guide to understanding mindfullness. Man sitting crosslegged

Mindfulness matters! A beginner’s guide to understanding mindfulness.

What exactly is mindfulness? Mindfulness is defined as a type of meditation in which you focus on being intensely aware of what you’re sensing and feeling in the moment, without interruption or judgment. The best way to begin mindfulness is to just start! Practicing mindfulness has been linked to helping one reduce stress, anxiety, and…

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Bowl of pumpkin and sausage verde chili with a spoon inserted. Topped with cilantro and jalapenos

Chili Verde with Sausage & Pumpkin

This fall, try a new pumpkin chili recipe. The tomatillo salsa gives this meal its bright, fresh flavor. Ingredients For the tomatillo salsa: 1 1/2 pounds tomatillos (6 to 8 medium) 5 serrano or 10 jalapeno peppers, stemmed (plus seeds, if you can take the heat) 3 cloves garlic, peeled 1 large white onion, peeled…

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