February is Heart Health Month!!

Join the efforts to spread the word about strategies for preventing heart disease and encourage people to live heart healthy lives.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of men and women worldwide. Fortunately, 80% of cases of heart disease are preventable through diet, exercise, stress management, health check ups and adequate medical treatments.
Talk to your doctor if you or a loved one experience unusual symptoms, have a family history of heart disease and/or would like more information about keeping a healthy heart.


T.G.I. Friday!!

Maintaining healthy habits during the weekend can lead to overall good health and better productivity in the week that follows follow. Unfortunately, many times we overload our weekends with activities and chores and deny ourselves enough time to rest and re-charge for the days ahead.  Here are just a few tips for a healthy and fun weekend.  For stress free purposes, you don’t have to do them all in one day.  Have a GREAT weekend! =)

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Having trouble catching some Zzzz?

Insomnia is a sleep disorder that disturbs a person’s ability to rest and can cause significant distress and an array of health problems. Dr. Richard Wilbur, MD shares with us his knowledge on the subject and offers alternatives of treatment.  Click here for more information and talk to your doctor if you or a loved one are suffering with insomnia.


What have you planned for 2016?

Whatever the future holds, allow yourself to dream and plan to make positive and healthy moves for your life.  Talk to your doctor about ways to keep your body running healthy in 2016.  Good decisions made now will have a great impact on future years to come.  Stay healthy! 🙂

2016 Resolutions

Happy New Year!

Our offices will be open until 12:00 PM on December 31st and closed on New Year’s Day. We will re-open on Monday, January 4th at our regular hours.

We wish you and your loved ones a healthy and very happy new year!

Happy New Year!


Season’s Greetings!

Our offices will be open until 12:00 PM on December 24th and closed on Christmas Day. We will re-open on Monday, December 28th at our regular hours.

We wish you and your loved ones a beautiful Christmas Day and a very happy holiday season. Enjoy!

Seasons Greetings

Happy Holidays!

Our Safecare Family wishes you a wonderful holiday season full of good health, laughter and many happy returns. From our family to yours!!IMG_2378

Preventing & Managing High Blood Pressure

High Blood Pressure (HBP), also called hypertension, is a chronic and typically symptomless disease that can eventually cause serious health problems if not treated promptly.  Possible consequences of untreated HBP include heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, vision reduction, erectile dysfunction and heart failure.  Many people are not aware they have HBP or what a normal reading should be.  Do you know your blood pressure numbers?
Learn more about blood pressure and talk to your doctor about prevention and personalized treatment plans.  Download helpful information here.

Happy Thanksgiving!

The physicians and staff at Safecare Medical Center wish you a very happy Thanksgiving day! 🙂



Diabetes Prevention & Management

Healthy nutrition and physical activity are proven to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes in adults with high risk.  Learn more about risks factors and effective lifestyle changes to prevent diabetes and live a healthy life.  If you already have diabetes, your doctor can help you find local support, exercise therapy, and nutritional education for effective management of your condition. Talk to your doctor to learn more.


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