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Diabetes & COVID-19: Are you at higher risk for COVID if you have diabetes?

  For people with diabetes, there could be many factors that make them more likely to suffer severe illness if they get COVID-19. How well you are managing your diabetes, whether you have other health conditions, whether you are keeping up with your doctor's visits,...

Emotional Wellness Month: Mental Well-Being is as Important as Physical Well-Being

October is National Emotional Wellness Month. Your emotional well-being is just as important as your physical health.

Why choose a 3D Mammogram?

Early detection through 3D Mammography is the best defense against breast cancer. If discovered in its early, chances of survival are quite high. Until recently, the standard in breast imaging was Digital Mammography. While considered to be far better than previous...

All about Mammograms

Preventive healthcare is essential for everyone, but especially so for women as they are prone to several health conditions that affect only them. Mammograms are an essential part of preventative health for women.  What is a Mammogram? A mammogram is an X-ray of the...

Why Does the Flu Strike More in Winter?

Flu affects a large number of people during winter. There are many reasons behind that. Such as: low temperature and lack of sunlight.

When it comes to Diabetes – Prevention is the best medicine!

Diabetes Prevention While diabetes can never be reversed, it can either be prevented or controlled through medication and lifestyle modification. People with diabetes or pre-diabetes need to incorporate a healthy diet and regular exercise into their lifestyle, along...

Diabetes is more common than you might think

According to the CDC, more than 34 million people in the United States have diabetes, and 1 in 4 of them don't know they have it. Let's look at the signs, symptoms, and risk factors, so you can make better decisions about your health. What is Diabetes? If you have...

Flu Season & COVID-19

Flu Season & COVID-19: Why this year will look different While it's not possible to say with complete certainty what will happen this Fall and winter, it's likely that both the flu viruses and the virus that causes COVID-19 will both be spreading. This means...

Could you be at High Risk for the Flu?

Could you be at high risk for Flu? Influenza (Flu) is a contagious respiratory illness. It can cause mild to severe illness. Severe outcomes of flu infection can result in hospitalization or death. Some people, such as older people, young children, and people with...

Seasonal Flu: What you need to know!

The best way to prevent seasonal Flu is by getting vaccinated each year. Influenza (Flu) is a contagious respiratory illness. It can cause mild to severe illness. Sometimes flu can result in hospitalization or death. Some people, such as the elderly, young children,...
Health Benefits Friendship
Did you know good friends can positively affect your mind, body and soul. Read on to know the 10 absolutely amazing health benefits of having Read more
heat related illness
Summer waves can be really harmful for your health. Read on to know the top 7 tips to protect yourself and your loved ones from Read more
Diabetes Diet
Follow these healthy eating tips to manage your blood glucose (sugar), blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Read more
Reasons to Immunize
5 Reasons to Immunize Your Child There are many reasons why you should immunize your child, but we don't want to overwhelm you with information. Read more
Yearly Physicals Adolescents
Yearly physical exams help adolescents maintain a healthy lifestyle and prevent the risk of a number of potential illnesses in the near future. Read more

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About EPIC Health

What EPIC Health does:

EPIC Health providers specialize in internal medicine, family practice, pediatrics, and all specialties, including orthopedics, neurosurgery, gastroenterology, cardiology, vascular, podiatry, neurology, and other specialties. We provide healthcare for all, from newborns to adult care and geriatrics. We manage acute and chronic conditions of all types.

History of EPIC Health:

EPIC Health has been taking care of patients like you for over 2 decades. EPIC was formed in 2000, by doctors Greg and Ted Naman. Since then, EPIC has grown into what it is today, adding clinicians, as well as psychologists, podiatrists, exercise physiologists, physical therapists, and dietitians. In 2020, we changed our name from EPIC Primary Care to EPIC Health to better represent the comprehensive healthcare services we provide.

Since our beginning, EPIC Health has developed into a complete healthcare delivery system, from comprehensive primary care practices to world-class specialists, state-of-art healthcare facilities and services, and game-changing care coordination across the care spectrum. Today, we serve the mission of providing quality healthcare through impeccable processes to the communities in which we operate.

How EPIC Health takes care of you:

EPIC Health is a community-led healthcare delivery system. Community-led means that we look out for the people of the community before anything else. The EPIC Health promise is to provide the highest quality of care with a commitment to excellence. Your health and happiness are the primary focus of EPIC healthcare providers

COVID Precautions:

We are taking every precaution within our practices to reduce the risk of infection and the spread of infectious diseases, including COVID-19. This includes offering virtual telehealth visits for certain visits, adding additional sanitation measures within our offices, requiring our staff to wear personal protective equipment, asking patients to maintain social distancing, and more. This means you may experience longer than usual wait times at your next EPIC Health appointment. We are working hard to get things back to normal for our patients while keeping you as safe as possible.

Our Locations:

Visit our locations page for more information about our locations and our provider locator to get more information about our providers. We look forward to seeing you soon at one of our state-of-the-art facilities.

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