Category Archives: Volunteering

Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment chaos at your house? We try to make open enrollment, well, more open. We don’t want you or your child or young adult to have to change health doctors when insurance options change, so we accept most health … Continue reading

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Dehradun

I have been back from Dehardun in Uttarakhand, India for nearly a month. As in Tanzania in 2015, long days and internet access made daily posts a challenge. You may have discovered additional updates on Facebook. Each medical trip is … Continue reading

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Dehradun: day 4

Dehradun: day 4 Thunder, lightening and rain today. Patients had reconstruction of the axilla (armpit) to restore arm movement lost to scar tissue from a burn. Children had foot and hand releases for walking and using fingers again. 

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Dehradun: day 3

I am in Dehradun, India with ReSurge. We are working at Yogi’s Helping Hands Hospital. Dr. Yogi Aeron and his son Dr. Kush Aeron have built a permanent site for their work treating patients with burns, injuries and deformities. 

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Be prepared for Covered California changes in 2017

If you are insured through covered California, please take note of upcoming changes. You should have been notified by covered California via mail or email to select a primary care physician, if you have not, please call the phone number … Continue reading

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Baby Intel: the new generation montiors

There’s an article out today in Atlantic Magazine online about smart monitors for babies that Dr. Asta was interviewed for.

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Vomiting and Diarrhea 101

home-care-for-stomach-viruses for Dr. Asta and Casa Verde Pediatrics

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Student Volunteer Work with ReSurge

Dr. Asta is looking to collaborate with a high school or college student to develop a booklet to be used with families and patients undergoing reconstructive surgery at ReSurge partner sites world-wide. You should be skilled in InDesign or comparable … Continue reading

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Easy Care Hours

Easy Care Hours Monday-Friday 8:45 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. Monday-Thursday 4:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Walk In Patients seen First Come, First Served These times are reserved for single problems that started less than a week ago. Example: cold, sore … Continue reading

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Grown Up Shots

Adults need immunizations to protect them against vaccine-preventable diseases too. Shots can protect adults against respiratory infections like whooping cough and influenza. Adults may not have been vaccinated as a child against Hepatitis A–an infection spread by contaminated food and … Continue reading

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