COVID-19 and Vaccine Information
Masks are required in some healthcare settings.
It’s been a stressful year. Today is a great time to pay attention to your care.
Many women have spent more than a year managing additional stress and forced lifestyle changes brought on by the pandemic. As a result, ongoing healthcare needs may have fallen by the wayside.
If you’ve found that to be true for yourself or the women in your life, today is a great time to change that around.
“Women are great at caring for others, but may tend to overlook their own needs,” says Nathan Amrine, MD, an OB-GYN for PeaceHealth in Vancouver, Wash. “Making your own healthcare a priority is one of the best things you can do for others. Not only is it a great way of modeling good self-care for your children or partner, but it also ensures that your physical and mental well-being is being maintained.”
Below are six important steps every woman should take to prioritize their health.
If you’re due for your annual checkup or screenings, you can schedule any virtual or in-person appointments needed by: