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-Take your vitamins: multivitamins, vitamin C, vitamin D.
-Manage your chronic conditions: COPD, asthma, diabetes, hypertension, etc.
-Eat healthy, well balanced meals.
-Get some sunlight.
-Take care of your mental health: rest, meditate, find a hobby, exercise.
Tips for restful sleep:
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Welcome our new provider:
The Trinity team is excited to welcome Linda Olivere, FNP, PMHNP-BC to our practice. She will be working at our Foulk Road office. Linda is dual Board Certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She earned her Masters of Science in Family Primary Care from the University of Pennsylvania and Psychiatric Mental Health Care from Drexel University. Linda brings a unique approach to patient care that addresses the interplay of physical and mental health issues through Integrative care. She shares our vision of providing compassionate care with a focus on clinical excellence.
Want to make a healthy smoothie? Here’s what you need in your blender:
1.) Fruits and veggies: Any of your favorites!! Bananas, berries, mango, peaches, apple slices, avocado, carrots.
2.) Greens: Add some spinach, kale, or celery. They are almost tasteless in a smoothie.
4.) Liquid: Skip the fruit juices! Add a small amount water or if you’d like a little thickness, add plain Greek yogurt, milk, or milk alternatives.
5.). Adds Ins: nuts, chai seeds, flax seeds, protein powder, spirulina, coconut, nut butters, ginger, aloe vera, cacao, and turmeric
6.) Optional sweeteners: Avoid white sugar and try honey, dates, monk fruit, or agave.
Tips: Pre-pack and freeze your fruits & veggies in snack bags to save time. Frozen fruit also helps to thicken your smoothie.
Attention! Due to public concerns over the recent outbreak of COVID-19, Trinity is taking precautions to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. Until further notice, we are cancelling our walk-in appointments. This includes Walk-in Wednesdays. This is in an effort to screen all patients who come in our offices. We want to be able to take proper precautions for patients who might have respiratory symptoms. We have protocols in place to handle these situations, and we are able to control our environment when we know a patient is coming in. We understand that this is a major inconvenience for our patients and we will reinstall our walk-in appointments when the time is right. We will continue to see scheduled patients, but please call ahead if you are experiencing any respiratory symptoms. Meanwhile, we encourage you to call our office if you don't have an appointment, but need to be seen and we can screen those calls and schedule appointments as deemed necessary. Thank you for your understanding.
AthenaHealth is a fully integrated Electronic Health Record that will help us better engage with our patients and other healthcare providers. We will still be delivering the same top notch care that our patients are accustomed to, but we will be able to better document in our charts and fully interact with our patients. Ask one of our team members for more information. Click on the link below to sign up for the online portal.
Trinity Medical Associates Newsletter
As the world adjusts to the threat of COVID-19, we at Trinity Medical Associates are dedicated to our community and our patients.
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Trinity Medical Associate's mission is to nurture your body, mind, and spirit to help you achieve a state of complete well-being.
Trinity Medical Associates
August/ September 2020