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When it comes to essential items needed during an emergency of any kind, prescriptions are at the top of the list.

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Health officials and government leaders are continuing to encourage social distancing as a way to minimize the spread of COVID-19. Health First understands how important this is and continues to devote every resource possible to reduce unnecessary exposure.

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Despite news media reports alleging some assisted living or skilled nursing facilities are turning away patients over COVID-19 fears, Health First is doing its part to ensure any at-risk patient gets the care they need in Brevard.

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As you drive by a Health First hospital, you might notice tents outside of their emergency rooms. These tents are not currently being used for patient care and are only set up as part of our ongoing preparedness efforts.

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As healthcare workers scramble to find childcare during the mandated closure of schools to curb the spread of COVID-19, Health First is offering their associates a helping hand. This is provided as a service to Health First associates who are caring for our community.

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Anyone with Medicare is familiar with the financial strain that can come with entering into the “Donut Hole” – a period of prescription drug coverage that requires members to dig a little deeper into their pockets.

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As President and CEO of Health First, I wanted to take a moment to reach out and let you know what we are doing in response to COVID-19.

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Health First is here to keep you and your family informed, healthy and safe related to COVID-19.
Follow along with the latest updates from our experts and national sources on the most recent developments and resources at HF.org/staywell

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With coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) now declared a public health emergency in Florida, plenty of people are wondering how to protect themselves against the respiratory illness.

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Andi was 37 weeks pregnant with her second child when she went into labor.“ They did their tests and everything was fine,” Andi said of being admitted to Health First’s Holmes Regional Medical Center.

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In partnership with Keep Brevard Beautiful, Inc., Health First participated in the Great American Cleanup on Saturday – a nationwide initiative that encourages community members to work together to improve the local environment.

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For some of us, it’s never easy getting back in the gym after the holidays. While we’re used to feasting on holiday comfort foods, the beginning of the year is when the shift to become healthier kicks into gear.