Immunizations The following immunizations are provided for a fee: –Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) –Hepatitis B –Influenza (Flu shot) –Tetanus (currently not available)
Physician or Nurse Practitioner Appointments Can Treat Most Health Problems Women’s Health Men’s Health Physicals Lab Tests Prescriptions
Health Problems Treated by Physician or Nurse Practitioner Skin problems acne, warts, rashes, skin infections, etc. Infections strep throat, bronchitis, sinus, eye, ear, mono, etc. Other health problems Allergies, asthma, thyroid, intestinal, musculoskeletal, etc.
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Community Resources Dental Optometry Counseling Health Insurance Community Clinics STD Testing for Males Other Community Referrals
Health Promotions Blood Drives Free HIV Testing Flu Shots Mini Physicals Breast Cancer Awareness Red Ribbon Week AIDS Awareness Health Fair
Blood Drives San Marcos –2 each semester Escondido –1 each semester
Free HIV Testing The OraQuick test is done using a small drop of blood from the finger. Test Accuracy is 99.9%. Results are known in 20 minutes. Test is anonymous - means you give a first name only and it can be any name that you will remember.
Mini Physicals Physical Exam with Physician or Nurse Practitioner Blood Tests include –Chem Panel –CBC Urine Test Test for blood in stool (Age 40 and older) Hearing Screening Test Vision Screening Test Offered in November and April Very Reasonable Cost