Prima CARE celebrates National Women's Health Week
May 14 - 20, 2017
The US Department of Health and Human Services has chosen the week of Mother's Day to celebrate National Women's Health Week. This is a chance for women everywhere to become empowered to take the necessary steps to improve their health.
What do we mean by 'better health' for women?
- Visiting your health provider for a 'well-woman visit' (checkup and screening).
- Pap, HPV, mammography, osteoporosis, hepatitis, lung and colon cancer, blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes.
- Getting active, eating healthy, and maintaining a healthy weight.
- Tending to mental health: Getting enough sleep and managing stress.
- Avoiding unhealthy behaviors: Smoking, excessive alcohol, using drugs or misusing medications, texting while driving, exposure to violence.
What does this mean at Prima CARE?
- Primary (women-centered) Care
- Dr. Brenda Roy, Gynecologist
- Experienced and Board-certified. Click for more.
- Focused on Women's Health, infertility, and birth control counseling, menopause.
- Offering convenient 'early morning' appointments for Pap tests.
- 277 Pleasant Street, Suite 203, (508) 673-1033
- Dr. Monica Dasilva, Breast Surgeon, Steward Health Care
- Fellowship-trained and Board-certified. Click for more.
- Specialized care for all breast diseases, including cancer screening and management.
- 277 Pleasant Street, Suite 203, (508) 235-5766
- Advanced 3-D mammography (breast tomosynthesis). Click for more.
- Dexa bone scans for osteoporosis.
- Experts in Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Pulmonary, and Endocrinology.
A woman's letter of gratitude to her Prima CARE radiologist. Click here.