MPS – News and events

Read the latest news and updates about Mobile Physician Services (MPS), and which events we are attending on this page. If you have any specific questions, try our FAQs page or call (855) 232-0644.

How do you know blood donations are safe?

  Every two seconds, someone in the United States (U.S.) needs blood. A single donation can save lives. However, only 3% of eligible Americans give blood each year. “When you give blood, you’re giving the gift of life,” said Simone Glynn, M.D., chief of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s (NHLBI) Blood Epidemiology and […]

Be Prepared to Stay Safe and Healthy in Winter

Winter storms and cold temperatures can be dangerous. Stay safe and healthy by planning ahead. Prepare your home and cars. Prepare for power outages and outdoor activity. Check on older adults.)   You need javascript enabled to view this content or go to source URL.

High Blood Pressure – Signs, Symptoms, and Complications

It is important to have regular blood pressure readings taken and to know your numbers, because high blood pressure usually does not cause symptoms until serious complications occur. Undiagnosed or uncontrolled high blood pressure can cause complications such as chronic kidney disease, heart attack, heart failure, stroke, and possibly vascular dementia.    

Sun Safety

The sun’s ultraviolet rays can damage your skin in as little as 15 minutes. Follow these recommendations to help protect yourself and your family.

2022 Patient Satisfaction Survey

We are interested in receiving your feedback about the care provided by our office. Please take a few minutes to complete this online survey. Your responses are very important to us. We will be using the feedback you provide to make improvements to ensure we offer an exceptional experience for our patients in the future. Once completed click the “Submit Survey” icon at the bottom of the survey page.

Manage Stress

Not all stress is bad. But long-term stress can lead to health problems.

Preventing and managing long-term stress can lower your risk for other conditions like heart disease, obesity, high blood pressure, and depression.

You can prevent or reduce stress by:
* Planning ahead
* Deciding which tasks need to be done first
* Preparing for stressful events