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Tick exposure can happen year-round, but ticks and tick bites are more prevalent from April through September.  Your IMA providers would like to offer some helpful tips to prevent tick bites but also some helpful information regarding ticks.   Tick Facts Only Deer ticks spread Lyme disease and less than 5% of Deer ticks carry...
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Don’t panic. Most people who have COVID-19 have mild illness and can be managed at home without needing to be in the hospital or receive additional care. You will be asked to isolate yourself at home until 7 days after you first developed symptoms AND 72 hours (3 days) after your fever has ended and...
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Your IMA Providers have been monitoring the developments regarding Covid-19 (Coronavirus) and wanted to share up to date information as well as share preparations all patients make. Per Centers for Disease Control recommendations and so that we can assure you are getting the appropriate care and testing, if you meet the following criteria: Fever in...
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If you suspect you could have been exposed to Covid 19, it is best to seek advice via telephone rather than go to a physician office, Urgent Care Center or the ER. If you suspect you might have Covid 19, it is recommended that you quarantine yourself for 14 days.  That means do not go...
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Washing your hands is easy, and it’s one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of germs. Clean hands can stop germs from spreading from one person to another and throughout an entire community—from your home and workplace to childcare facilities and hospitals. Follow these five steps every time. Wet your hands with...
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