Scam Call Update

September 20, 2022

We have continued receiving reports of scammers impersonating NEW Health employees and targeting NEW Health patients. NEW Health continues to monitor this situation and is requesting your help with reporting. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is responsible for collecting information from individuals who have been the direct target of fraudulent callers. Below is an easy…

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NEW Health Focus Groups

September 19, 2022

NEW Health will be hosting two focus groups this October to invite patients to provide feedback. These two-hour long events will help us better understand the challenges you and your family experience when accessing health care or scheduling appointments, as well as your overall patient experience. Sign up today to help NEW Health improve! To…

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Notice Regarding Scam Phone Calls

September 13, 2022

Scam Calls It has recently come to our attention that scammers have been making calls impersonating NEW Health employees. We are actively investigating the issue. What We Know: The scammers are using a caller ID that says “NEW Health” and are sometimes mimicking legitimate NEW Health phone numbers. They will ask to speak to the…

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Healthy Aging

September 12, 2022

September is National Healthy Aging Month! This annual health observance was created to promote the positive aspects of aging and share health tips to improve your mental, physical, and emotional well-being. National Healthy Aging Month emerged over 20 years ago to target the aging generation of Baby Boomers; People born between 1946-1965 (September is Healthy…

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NEW Health Awarded National Quality Recognitions

August 30, 2022

Chewelah, WA. August 29, 2022 – The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration has awarded NEW Health with “2022 Community Health Center Quality Recognitions”. These national awards recognize health center organizations who have made notable quality improvement achievements. Each calendar year, health centers like NEW Health are required to report a core set of information…

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Why You Should Vaccinate Your Children

August 18, 2022

Vaccinating your child is important. Not only does it protect them against various diseases, but it also protects you, your loved ones, our community, and future generations to come. Receiving vaccinations helps to strengthen immune systems. Children’s immune systems are not fully developed, so vaccinations can reduce the risk of infection and work with the…

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Opioid alternatives to help manage pain

August 10, 2022

Over 11% of American adults experience pain daily (CDC, 2022) – you may even know someone with acute or chronic pain that has trouble managing it. Pain can lead to limitations of daily activities, depression and anxiety, and trouble sleeping. Often opioids are prescribed to handle this pain, but unnecessary opioid prescribing can lead to…

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Celebrating National Health Center Week

August 9, 2022

National Health Center Week (NHCW) is a celebration set to raise awareness of the accomplishments and missions of local health centers. This National Health Center Week is taking place from August 7 to August 13, 2022. Health centers are community-based and patient-directed organizations that deliver comprehensive, culturally competent, high-quality primary health care services to the…

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Troubleshooting common breastfeeding problems

August 2, 2022

August is National Breastfeeding Month! There are many benefits to breastfeeding: breast milk is packed with vital nutrients for babies, as well as antibodies passed from the mother to the child that help protect against illnesses and diseases. However, many women face obstacles when it comes to breastfeeding their child. Below we cover some common…

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Vaccines: The Marvels of Modern Medicine

July 21, 2022

While COVID-19 vaccines have been at the forefront of conversations for the better part of the past two years, there are many other important vaccines that are worth staying up to date on as well. Vaccines are commonplace today, but it’s important to understand how vital they have been–and continue to be–in protecting populations against…

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