A few photos from the Fearless Caregiver Conference in Cooper City, Florida!
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Glaucoma is a leading cause of vision loss and blindness in the United States. People are often unaware that glaucoma has no symptoms in its early stages.
If detected early, before noticeable vision loss occurs, glaucoma can usually be controlled and severe vision loss can often be prevented. Vision that is lost from glaucoma cannot be restored.
Anyone can get glaucoma, but those at higher risk include:
- African Americans over age 40
- Everyone over age 60, especially Hispanics/Latinos
- People with a family history of the disease
You could have Glaucoma and not even know it. Don’t wait until you notice changes to your vision. If you’re at higher risk for glaucoma, visit an eye care professional for a comprehensive dilated eye exam at least every one to two years. For more information about Glaucoma click here.
Source: National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP)
A reminder to schedule your annual wellness exam. If you happened to change insurances during the open enrollment period, please call our office to update your information with us, (855) 232-0644.
Mobile Physician Services, a medical house call practice, consisting of physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. We also offer specialty care in the home such as wound care, optometry, internal medicine, pain management, palliative care, and psychiatry. And with the help of other healthcare agencies, including radiology, x-rays, and lab services, we’re able to provide many necessary services in the home.
Happy Holidays from Team MPS
Wishing you all the Hope, Wonder, and Joy that the Season can bring!
“Individual commitment to a group effort–that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.” –Vince Lombardi
MPS Now! Mobile Physician Services offers the use of this portal to provide you 24/7 access to your electronic medical record.
As we continue in our efforts to provide our patients with the highest quality of care, we are constantly looking for methods of working together with you to ensure that you are not only aware of, but also involved in the management and improvement of your health.
We are proud to inform you that our practice offers the opportunity to use the power of the web to track the most important aspects of your healthcare through our office. The Patient Portal enables our patients to communicate with our doctors, nurses, and staff members easily, safely, and securely via the Internet.
Participating patients are given secure User IDs and passwords, enabling them to access the Portal to view their personal and private documents, including lab and diagnostic test results, educational information, billing statements, and other health information.
Through the Patient Portal, you are able to:
- Ask questions of doctors, nurses, and staff members
- Request prescription refills and referrals
- View your personal health record
- Examine your current and past statements
… all from the comfort of your home, whenever it is convenient for you!
By using the Patient Portal, you no longer have to call the office, leave a message, and wait for a response to get the results of your lab work; those results will be available to you through the Portal. You can also send a message to the office through the Portal and expect a prompt reply.
To learn more or to sign up, contact our office today at (855) 232-0644. Or, go to our Portal website, www.MPSnow.com, and follow the simple directions to register.
Begin today to take an active role in managing your healthcare!
Access your own personal Patient Portal by visiting
The Portal is also offered through Healow App.
Find us using our unique practice code on the Healow App: DGCEBA
Leftovers such as Thanksgiving Day turkey only lasts about 3 to 4 days when refrigerated.
When food items are being home-refrigerated it will help keep them from spoiling or becoming dangerous to eat, but this only lasts for a relatively short time.
Visit the following link to view the CDC’s recommended storage times for foods stored in your refrigerator and freezer.
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Congratulations to Katie Riston, Mobile Physician Services, Business Development Manager, on being re-elected to the Better Living for Seniors – Pinellas Board of Directors, as a Member at Large.
The Better Living for Seniors Consortium is a group of professionals who work with seniors. BLS was created in 1988 in affiliation with the Area Agency on Aging of Pasco-Pinellas, Inc. There is a Board of Directors and five committees. BLS proudly represents over 300 members who serve seniors in Pinellas County, Florida. The members of BLS play a critical role in its success. Members volunteer their time to be on committees, gather together to share information, network, educate and refer business to each other.
BLS Mission Statement:
“The Better Living for Seniors Consortium will promote continuing service excellence to seniors through proactive, visionary, and ethical leadership in networking, education and collaboration.” https://blspinellas.org/
Tampa, FL – Saturday, November 10th was an amazing morning with a great and inspirational group of people. The 2018 Tampa Heart Walk raised $4.3 Million, the most ever in its 25-year history. 35,000 people came out to Raymond James Stadium to support the Heart Walk. The money raised not only helps patients in our own community, but also funds lifesaving research and education for adults and children at risk of developing cardiovascular disease. The day was a powerful reminder of the reason for everything we do: to have a positive, meaningful and enduring impact on people’s lives.
Thank you to everyone who donated and cheered our MPS Team on. This was important to us as we came together to fight heart disease and stroke. The Heart Walk event is over, but you can still donate. Please visit our team fundraising page and donate now http://www2.heart.org/goto/MobilePhysicianServices
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New Port Richey, FL 34653
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