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Stuffy nose

Cure for the Common Cold?

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

By Cathy Hall – Marketing and Development Coordinator, Community Health Care No, not exactly, but according to a published study led by Dr. James Lenhart of Community Health Care in Pierce County, WA, cold frequency and duration can be shortened considerably. The common cold is categorized as an upper respiratory tract infection with symptoms including runny … Read More

Corona Virus

Concerned About Coronavirus?

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

If you are a Community Health Care patient – or want to see one of our providers – please note: if you have a cough or other respiratory symptoms – with or without fever – when making an appointment, please let the person answering the call know you need to speak with a nurse immediately. … Read More

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Community Health Care Is Opening a School-Based Clinic

Friday, July 19, 2019

  Tacoma News Tribune article by Allison Needles There’s a need in Bethel schools that’s not being addressed, according to Bethel School District officials. Some students — especially low-income and homeless students — aren’t receiving health care. They’re missing out on valuable learning time because of it, said Dawn Fox, nurse administrator for Bethel schools. … Read More

Breast Cancer Awareness

Mammogram Screenings at Community Health Care

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Early Detection Saves Lives! Community Health Care has partnered with Assured Imaging to provide the latest in digital mammography screenings to our patients. Through the summer and fall the mobile mammogram clinic will be at our Parkland, Hilltop, Lakewood and Eastside clinics. Community Health Care patients can call their clinic and ask to speak with … Read More

Dr Tanbara inoculating kids

Community Health Care Unveils Tanbara Endowment For Patient Care

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

by Rick Oldenburg, CAP® First installment of 2 parts: Dr. George Tanbara was a humble man who lived through much to become the person he was – he was a 2nd generation Japanese American born in Portland Oregon in 1922. He moved with his mother and sister to Los Angeles, and later enrolled at USC … Read More