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    9355 113th St. # 7483
 Seminole, FL 33775

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    9355 113th St. N., #7483 Seminole Fla 33777
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THE FUTURE OF AFIB TREATMENT IS HERE AT LARGO MEDICAL CENTER

THE  FUTURE  OF  AFIB  TREATMENT  IS HERE  AT  LARGO  MEDICAL  CENTER (Largo, FL – June 30, 2014) – In the world of electrophysiology studies, tests that study the electrical pathways of your heart, Largo Medical Center’s AFib and Heart Rhythm Center is at the forefront when it comes to treatment of abnormal heartbeats, Atrial Fibrillation,Read More


DENTAL EXAMS AND X-RAYS AT NO CHARGE ON AUGUST 5TH, 2014

  DENTAL EXAMS AND X-RAYS AT NO CHARGE ON AUG. 5 –DOH-Pinellas’ Back to School event for new patients ages 4 to 18– Dental exams and X-rays at no charge for children and teens ages 4 to 18 will make families smile as they start planning for the start of the upcoming school year inRead More


Chikungunya Fever– Information for Clinicians

Chikungunya Fever– Information for Clinicians Please contact the Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County (DOH-Pinellas) by the next business day if you suspect a patient has a chikungunya infection to ensure prompt mosquito control efforts. Chikungunya, a dengue-like illness, has been identified on several Caribbean islands. Outbreaks have been documented in Africa, Southern Europe,Read More


AVOID MOSQUITOES DURING FLORIDA’S RAINY SEASON Floridians know that summer rains bring lots of opportunities for mosquitoes to thrive, but those pesky biting, buzzing “skeeters” are more than just a hot-weather nuisance. The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County (DOH-Pinellas) reminds all residents and visitors to protect themselves from mosquitoes because of the threatRead More


EPI WATCH JUNE 2014

Monthly Epidemiology and Preparedness Newsletter for May 2014 Chikungunya: An Emerging Arbovirus in the Americas By Andrea Leapley, Mph Chikungunya is spread by the Aedes aegypti and the Aedes albopictus mosquitos. There is no available vaccine for chikungunya. The only way to prevent infection is to avoid getting bitten by an infected mosquito. The CDCRead More


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