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Immunization Guide

Immunization Guide

Why Are Vaccines So Important? Vaccines are a way of providing the body with immunity to diseases in order to prevent the infection, rather than to treat it after exposure. There are many diseases that have been identified and proven so harmful to the general public...

Guide to Self Care

Guide to Self Care

September is Self-Care Awareness Month, which means it’s a great time to discuss taking good care of yourself and explore your own self-care habits. Use this month to learn about what self-care really is and how it can have a huge impact on your life and the lives of...

The Meaning Behind Different Types of Coughs

The Meaning Behind Different Types of Coughs

Dealing with the occasional cough is not usually a big deal. In fact, most people don’t even consciously recognize when they cough. Most of the time, a cough is pretty harmless and not worth concern, but more severe cases are worth being aware of and can raise alarm,...

Summertime Sunburn Relief

Summertime Sunburn Relief

While avoiding sunburns is always the best idea, sometimes we still get burned during the heat of the summer. Whether your sunburn is minor or severe, there are several things you can do to ease the pain and discomfort, as well as to get yourself on the road to...

What is Prediabetes?

What is Prediabetes?

More than 86 million Americans suffer from prediabetes- that’s 1 in 3 people. But what is Prediabetes and how does it differ from Diabetes? The diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes is based on your blood sugar hitting a particular level- when your blood sugar is high, but not...

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Extraordinary care with a heart.
Jessica L. Randalls, PA
Primary Care
“I enjoy getting to know my patients and it is important to me that they feel heard, understood and involved in their healthcare.”

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