The 7th Annual Eat Out Columbia City benefiting Country Doctor Community Health Centers is all day TODAY! CHPW is a proud sponsor of this event and we encourage everyone is the Columbia City area to stop in and have a bite!
The 2nd Annual Kids Health & Safety Fair is in one week! This event will teach kids all about health and wellness, as well as fire, bike and water safety. There will be free haircuts from Paul Mitchell and free immunizations from Walgreens. Snacks, games, prizes and crafts will be provided! Please join @communityhealthplanwashington at Harmon Park in Spokane for a day of FREE family fun!
According to @AmericanCancerSociety, 68% of uninsured women aren’t getting mammograms. If you know someone who doesn’t have health insurance they may still be able to get a mammogram through Washington State’s Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program: http://1.usa.gov/1iQG54D
Please join @communityhealthplanwashington and Community Health of Central Washington for their Enrollment Event at the NEW Highland Clinic! Take a tour of the new clinic, meet the staff and enroll in a health plan on January 16th, from 11am-4pm. Just a reminder: Open enrollment for 2016 health insurance coverage ends on January 31st. Make sure you are covered in 2016! #tieton #openenrollment #getcovered #CHCW
Now that temperatures are dipping lower, it's tempting to play outside in the snow! Community Health Plan of Washington wants to remind you that it's important to check for signs of frostbite and hypothermia this time of the year.
Every year, thousands of people end up in the hospital with other health problems from the flu. Your immune system, which helps your body fight germs, can get weaker as you get older. This means the flu is more dangerous for seniors and can lead to pneumonia and hospitalization. The good news is that you can protect yourself and your loved ones by getting the flu vaccine. Contact your local pharmacy or your doctor’s office to make an appointment today! #flu #flushot #fluvaccination…
5 Tips to Mind-Body Wellbeing 1. Exercise. It is about more than staying in shape. It also helps with your mental health. 2. Eat a balanced diet. Don’t skip meals or have too much caffeine, your diet can affect your stress level. 3. Sleep better. Getting enough sleep can help you manage your physical and mental health. 4. Quit smoking. Tobacco can increase your anxiety because it makes your heart work harder. 5. Ask for help. If you feel stressed or overwhelmed, talk to your doctor to…
Getting a mammogram is the most important action women can take to find breast cancer early– when the disease is most treatable. What IS a mammogram? A mammogram is an X-ray of the breast that is used to screen for breast cancer. Mammograms can find tumors that are too small for you or your doctor to feel. #mammogram #breastcancerawareness #breastcancer #breastcancerawarenessmonth #think pink #hope