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VMC is proud to offer the services of over 50 providers, working together to help you Be Well. Whether you need care for your child, your feet, your asthma, your heart or just need a check-up, VMC’s providers are here to help.
New patients may call Patient Coordinator Brittney Buckmaster at 738-7528 to learn about insurances accepted and other preliminary information.
VMC is pleased to offer Boyd’s Pharmacy, right here in the clinic. The next time you see your doctor and have a new or refill prescription, have the order sent to Boyd’s for convenient pick-up.
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• Clinical Laboratory Scientist. VMC’s laboratory utilizes sophisticated technology and is highly rated for its accuracy and professionalism.
VMC welcomes Reza Rafie, MD
Reza Rafie, MD, has joined Visalia Medical Clinic and is now seeing patients at the Tulare Cardiology Center.
Dr. Rafie completed medical school and his residency at the Tehran University of Medical Sciences, followed by research at the Institute of Genetic Medicine at USC and his residency at the Department of Internal Medicine at USC. A fellowship in cardiology at Kaiser Permanente followed, along with several years of research at the Heart Institute of Cedar Sinai Medical Center and at USC's cardiovascular department.
The Tulare Cardiology Center, an affiliate of the Kaweah Delta Medical Foundation, is located at 938 N. Cherry, Tulare. To make an appointment, or for further information, call 686-3481.
What’s the Bottom Line in Diabetes?
You guessed it – it is Blood Sugar Control.
Getting good control of daily blood sugars isn’t as easy as it may seem. Blood sugars are affected by medications, dietary input, physical activity, illness, traveling, stress, and day-to-day living.
We are never 100% in control of all these activities at the same time. However, they are part of life that changes minute by minute. People with diabetes are jugglers, needing to try to keep all these aspects of their lives in balance by constantly paying some attention to each of these areas at all times.
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June is National Aphasia Awareness Month
In the U.S. nearly 2 million people live with aphasia and still many have likely never heard of it. Aphasia is a progressive and degenerative communication disorder that can affect speech and language, both verbal and written.
Aphasia typically results after a brain injury, such as a stroke, head trauma, or tumor, causing brain cell damage to the areas of the brain responsible for speech and or communication as well as body control on either the left or right hand side of the body.
If you think you, a friend or family member may have aphasia call VMC at 559-738-7500 so we can help guide you to the right medical physician.
VMC is hosting a Blood Drive. Sign up in advance and donate to receive a $15 gift certificate from Tahoe Joe's.
Walk-ups are welcomed and advanced sign-ups are encouraged. Time slots will fill quickly so grab a friend and save a life today. Reserve your donation time and we will hold a spot for you|
Date: Thursday, July 6
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: 5400 W Hillsdale Ave
To sign-up call Angel Sears (559) 738-7547 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
VMC is pleased to have a nationally certified Diabetes Educator available to help our patients understand and manage their diabetes. Learn more about Susan Smith, Ph.D., here.
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VMC offers over 50 physicians in a wide variety of specialties. Let us help you find the physician who is right for you.
- Fun Fitness
Walk with a Doc - 8-9 am Healthy Visalia Committee holds its "Just Walk" program at Riverway Sports Park, 3611 N. Dinuba Blvd. Every 2nd Saturday of the month through
December. Click here
Lifestyle Center Walking Program
When: Mon. through Fri.
Time: 9:00 a.m.
- HEALTH TIP
Get It Checked
A schedule of check-ups and age-approriate screenings for men and women.