The flu vaccine is more important than ever in 2020.
We recommend getting your flu vaccine every year and 2020 is no different, but we are stressing it even more because of the similarities between the flu and COVID-19. We answer some of your most frequently asked questions about getting a flu shot.
The booster meningococcal meningitis vaccine (MenACWY) is a requirement for teens who are either 17 years old or who are entering their senior year of high school (12th grade) effective as of August 1st, 2020. The booster requirement protects against four types of bacteria, which are A, C, W, and Y.
Hepatitis C Treatment in Caswell County, NC and Rockingham County, NC
According to the CDC, "Hepatitis C is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV)." It is a small virus with seven distinct HCV genotypes identified. In 2017 there was an estimated 44,700 new infections and an estimated 2.4 million people living with HCV infection in 2016.
Jason's Journal: Entry 1 | Active Living Trails in Rockingham County, North Carolina.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) can infect anyone, but it's older adults ages 60 and older that are at higher risk of a more serious illness due to the virus. More is being learned every day about this new disease and we want to keep our aging population updated as much as possible.
Caswell Family Medical Center is one of 39 health centers in North Carolina to receive a portion of $2,850,705 from the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2020, which is part of the total $8.3 billion granted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
CFMC Receives Capacity Building Grant from Danville Regional Foundation to Support Strategic Planning
CFMC has received a capacity building grant in the amount of $18,750 from the Danville Regional Foundation to cover the costs associated with developing a new strategic plan that will be used to guide the organization’s growth and development over the next three to five years.