Blog Posts in March

  • Telephone appointments are now available!

    If you need to talk with your medical provider, you can do that now from the convenience of your phone for many appointment types. Visits that can be done by phone include those for: Upper Respiratory Infections Allergies Chronic Disease Followup (Such as high blood pressure, diabetes) Medication Refills Nausea Vomiting Chronic Migraine (Not New) Headache Referral Requests Follows Ups With Your ...

  • Behavioral Health Telehealth

    This may be one of the most stressful periods of your life. If you need to talk with a counselor, or psychiatric services for medication management, you can now meet with our providers by phone. Our licensed counselors are here to help you with anxiety, worry, stress, depression and more. Our Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner can offer psychiatric services and medication management options as well. ...

  • Update on CBHA Dental Clinic Remaining Open for Emergency Appointments

    To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 CBHA is following new guidance from the American Dental Association (ADA) and our health departments by temporarily limiting dental appointments to emergency services. Patients needing emergency dental care are asked to call CBHA at 509.488.5256. Patients will be screened by phone, and those with potentially emergent conditions will be called back by a dental ...

  • CBHA Continues to Offer Emergency Dental Appointments

    To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 the American Dental Association (ADA) and the Health Departments have provided direction to offer only emergency services in dental offices. The Washington State Department of Health defines this as “Dental care related to the relief of pain and management of infection.” We and other Community Health Centers in the state are following these ...

  • Negative Coronavirus Tests Far Outweigh Positive Results; Vast Majority of Infections Are Mild

    People are understandably anxious about the coronavirus. Uncertainty and misinformation feed that even more. That’s why it’s important to continually come back to the facts and the science. According to the Washington State Department of Health, about 94 percent of the 14,129 people who have tested for the coronavirus during the last six days have been negative. That is, they ...

  • Coronavirus Update and Q&A

    Join Dr. Zed Zha and Dr. Jude Alsarraj for the latest update on the coronavirus, and answers to your questions.

  • Coronavirus: Should I see my doctor? If so, when and why?

    Coronavirus: Should I see my doctor? If so, when and why? CBHA serves our communities without regard to anyone’s age, sex, color, ethnicity, national origin, or ability to pay. We are also directed by federal, state, and county health authorities as it pertains to the coronavirus. While there are no confirmed coronavirus cases as of today in Adams or Franklin counties the health officer for ...

  • Coronavirus - Questions, Concerns and Common Myths

    Join Dr. Zed Zha, CBHA Family Physician, and Dr. Jude Alsarraj, Clinical Systems Specialist, as they discuss questions and rumors brought to us from fellow members of the community about the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus). Dr. Zha is the Clinical Team Lead Liaison of our COVID-19 Task Force and Dr. Alsarraj is a Clinical Team Member. If you have any questions that you would like us to address either ...

  • Sleep Awareness Week - Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

    A lot of us are resentful about the hour we lose at the beginning of Daylight Saving Time and don’t think we sleep very well until the Fall when we get that hour back. A recent poll found that the average U. S. adult feels tired during the day at least three out of the seven days a week. And more than a quarter of us feel tired five to seven days a week! Some attribute their drowsiness to ...

  • A Letter For Our Patients - Updated Info On The Coronavirus

    March 9, 2020 Dear CBHA Patient, The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has many people worried, with all of the news, information and misinformation creating an environment of uncertainty. At CBHA, the health and safety of you and our staff remains the top priority in everything we do. Be assured that we are taking every measure possible to provide the best care to every patient. We are in regular ...

  • COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) - Latest updates for our served communities

    Keeping the workplace safe Encourage your employees to… Practice good hygiene Stop handshaking use other noncontact methods of greeting Clean hands at the door and schedule regular hand washing reminders by email Create habits and reminders to avoid touching their faces and cover coughs and sneezes Disinfect surfaces like doorknobs, tables, desks, and handrails regularly Increase ...

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