March 2023 - Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
153,020 people are estimated to be diagnosed with colorectal cancer in the U.S. in 2023. Colon cancer is a preventable cancer and screening is the best way to prevent it or detect it early. If you are 45 or older, talk to your provider today about the best screening option for you.
Colonoscopy is one favored alternative, and the Cologuard ® at-home testing kit is another great choice for those at low risk.
Ask your PCP or provider today!
Columbus Medicare Shop and Compare Event
Join us for a free, virtual experience designed to support your health and remove the confusion surrounding Medicare. A panel of distinguished COPC physicians and agents from local health plans can help you understand your current coverage options. You can access the entire event from the comfort of your own home.Access The Event Content
How to Get At-home COVID-19 Tests from USPS
Free at-home COVID-19 tests are available to order from the USPS. Visit their website to learn more about getting test kits or place an order.Order Online from USPS
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Allergy Season is Coming! Does Your Child Have a Handle on Their Asthma?
Whether your child has been recently diagnosed with asthma or struggles to manage their condition, especially during allergy season, we have a resource that can help! Our pediatric asthma education program is for COPC patients (Ages 6-18) and their families working together to improve their asthma symptoms.
5 Ways to Reduce Picky Eating
Selective eating and food refusal is a major source of stress and frustration for many families. Since we know how important nutrition is for growth and development, we often feel the need to micromanage our child’s diet. Unfortunately, doing this creates power struggles, mealtime meltdowns and stress for everyone. So how do we work to improve our child’s diet variety and adequacy without all the stress?
Preventing Heart Disease Through The Foods You Eat!
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women, and people of most ethnic and racial groups in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control, one person dies every 34 seconds in the U.S. from cardiovascular disease.
Call Us First! We’re Here to Help
Many emergency room visits can be avoided and it helps to have the support of a medical professional in making that decision. When you are not feeling well and need to decide about a visit to the emergency room, your primary care physician can help. Your primary care provider can often help identify the problem and assess the level of urgency, offer the care you need, or help you determine the right place to get treatment for what ails you.See How We Can Help
Senior Care Advantage
It’s a better than traditional Medicare Advantage care model with a revolutionary twist. Our program is a top quality and dynamic experience designed to be one step ahead of your health issues in addition to being highly cost-effective.Find Out More
From food and nutrition assistance to social and educational services, there are a variety of community resources for families and children during COVID-19.View Resources