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2018 Newsroom

Breast Cancer Affects Women from All Walks of Life

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women – no matter race or ethnicity

No Bones about It: Four Steps to Better Bone Health

Take action with these four simple steps to help reduce the risk of falls and bone fractures.

Annual Wellness or Preventive Medicine Visits: What’s the scoop?

We tend to go to the doctor when we have a problem or things are not going well with our health. But do we make time for a wellness or preventive medicine visit each year?

Colorectal Cancer Can Stop with You

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Men and women 50 and older need regular screening tests.

The Highs and Lows of Blood Sugar

Keeping blood sugar levels within a healthy range is an important part of managing diabetes.

Why is High Cholesterol Bad for Your Health?

Having high cholesterol can raise your risk of heart disease, heart attack and stroke.

Take Charge of Your Blood Pressure

Talk to your doctor about your blood pressure and what it should be.

Lower Your Risk of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the United States. About one in eight women will get breast cancer during her life.

Cervical Cancer – An Easy Target with Regular Screenings

All women are at risk for cervical cancer. It does not have signs or symptoms in the early stages, so getting screened is important.

CommunityCare Celebrates 25 Years


Ninth Annual Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEOs Awards Program

CommunityCare President and CEO Sharon Fletcher, Ph.D., was selected as an honoree for The Journal Record's ninth annual Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEOs awards program for 2018.

New Medicare Cards to be Issued

Be on the alert for identity theft scams
Between April 2018 and April 2019, Medicare will be removing Social Security numbers from Medicare cards and mailing each person a new card. This will help keep your information more secure and help protect your identity.

Hillcrest HealthCare System Update

If you have a Hillcrest HealthCare System primary care physician or have utilized services at a Hillcrest facility, please read for an important update.

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