Hope Clinic Patient Video: Celia February 20th, 2018

We have so many wonderful patients we see each week at the Hope Clinic & Care Center. Celia is one of our patients and has an incredible faith and story!


Happy Valentines Day February 13th, 2018

Happy Valentines Day

Happy Valentine’s day from all of us at the Hope Clinic & Care Center. We love any excuse to pause and remember how thankful we are for all our loved ones—including all of our sponsors, volunteers and patients at the Hope Clinic!

"We love because he first loved us." 1 John 4:19


The Flu: What Are The Symptoms & When To See A Doctor February 6th, 2018

The Flu

Typical Flu Symptoms — body aches, high fever, headache, tiredness, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, and a runny nose. Stomach flu main include cramps, vomiting and diarrhea.

When to see the doctor— Typically you don’t need to see the doctor for the flu. With plenty of rest and extra fluids, people recover on their own from the flu within a week or two without any lasting issues. However, some people are at higher risk when they have the flu and need to seek medical attention. Those at risk may include but are not limited to: newborns, people over 65, people with a weakened immune system, pregnant women or those that have diabetes or other chronic diseases like asthma or heart problems.  

You may also need to see a doctor if your symptoms escalate to coughing up blood, high fever, trouble breathing, pain in your chest, or if symptoms persist for longer than a week.   


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