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Freestone Medical Center Fall 2022 Newsletter

As we head into October, we wanted to take the time to recognize National Breast Cancer Awareness month. In the 2022 Fall newsletter, we’ve included …

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Breast Cancer Support

Breast Cancer Support You don’t have to face breast cancer alone. Having the support of others is an important part of breast cancer survivorship. Research …

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Pinktober 2022 Events

$75 Mammograms Freestone Medical Center is offering special pricing on mammograms performed during the month of October. All screening mammograms include the radiologist’s interpretation and …

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Enjoy the Great Outdoors This Fall

Enjoy the Great Outdoors this Fall As the temperatures slowly start to drop and the smell of autumn fills the air, hiking and/or camping are …

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Back to School: Immunization Requirements

Back to School: Immunization Requirements Gearing up for a new school year is exciting and a little nerve-wracking at times. As another school year gets …

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Freestone Medical Center Summer 2022 Newsletter

In the 2022 Summer newsletter, we’ve included helpful information regarding summer safety tips to keep you and your loved ones safe. And, since one of …

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Firework Safety

FIREWORK SAFETY Firework displays are best left to the professionals. If you do opt to set off fireworks on your own, be sure to follow …

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Don’t Let the Heat Get to You

Don’t Let the Heat Get to You Summertime is perfect for fun outdoor activities like spending the day at the lake, joining friends for a …

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Freestone Medical Center Spring 2022 Newsletter

Welcome to the inaugural edition of the Freestone Medical Center Newsletter! We will be putting out a newsletter quarterly and thought there was no better …

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Jessica Gillian – A profile of Strength in the face of Sickle Cell

At the tender age of 4 months old, Freestone County resident Jessica Gillian was diagnosed with Sickle Cell disease.  After confirming her diagnosis, doctors told her parents that she’d likely never have much hair, her quality of life wouldn’t be very good and worse of all that she didn’t have long to live.  They estimated she wouldn’t see her 20s.  Well at 32 years old Jessie, as she is affectionately called by family and friends, has defied all of those predictions…

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Cervical Health Awareness in January

Cervical Health Awareness January   What is Cervical Health Awareness Month? Cervical Health Awareness Month is a chance to raise awareness about how women can …

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Aids Awareness

Aids Awareness   World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is an international day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS …

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