Keeping the WELL in Roswell

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Keeping the WELL in Roswell 2017-09-06T13:28:16+00:00

Influenza Statistics for October 2017 in Georgia: According to the Georgia Weekly Influenza Report; found at the bottom of the page, Georgia is now at the national average for positive influenza tests and has even had one hospitalization during the first

 

Should I wait to get vaccinated so that my immunity lasts through the end of the season?

CDC and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommend that flu vaccinations begin by the end of October, if possible. However, as

What’s the difference between the “normal” flu shot and the new quadrivalent vaccine? We began hearing this question last flu season and as more people have become aware of a “new” kind of flu shot, we’re hearing it more and more. The

Jessica has been a vital member of our back office team since February of 2015. She’s a lot of fun to be around and her enthusiasm pulls up the energy level in any room she enters. Her dedication and genuine compassion for her patients

Immediately following Hurricane Harvey’s devastation in Texas, Floridians are preparing for the strongest Atlantic hurricane ever recorded. Hurricane Irma’s path is still literally up in the air but experts agree that at least one of Florida’s coastlines is in very real peril. South Georgia is also bracing for impact. Savannah residents and other costal