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29 01, 2022

Please Welcome Dr. Shahim


We are pleased to introduce Zahra Shahim, M.D., a new full time primary care physician at Gateway Medical Center. Dr. Shahim began working with our group on January 3, 2022, please give her a warm welcome! Dr. Shahim is board-certified in Internal Medicine. She earned her Medical Degree in 1996 at the Shiraz University of Medical Sciences in Shiraz, Iran. Dr. Shahim went on to complete her Internship and Residency [...]

Please Welcome Dr. Shahim2022-01-29T08:23:16-06:00
3 05, 2020

Please Welcome Dr. Sung


Board Certified, Family Medicine We are pleased to introduce you to Natalie P. Sung, D.O., our newest full time Family Medicine physician at Gateway Medical Center. Dr. Sung will start with our group on April 1st, please give her a warm welcome! Dr. Sung is board-certified in Family Medicine. She completed her Medical Degree in 2016, at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, PA. She went on to [...]

Please Welcome Dr. Sung2020-05-04T19:06:15-05:00
7 02, 2019

Senior Health Fiesta


Gateway Medical Center is proud to announce our Senior Health Fiesta. It will be on Tuesday (Martes), February 19, 2019 - 11:00am to 1:00pm. The even will be held in the clinic parking lot. Bring a Senior Friend and receive an extra raffle ticket! Hope to see you there.

Senior Health Fiesta2019-02-11T18:38:19-06:00
1 03, 2016

March is Sleep Awareness Month


Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together. ~ Thomas Dekker 30 to 35% of adults have brief symptoms of insomnia. According to the National Institutes of Health, 50 to 70 million Americans are affected by chronic sleep disorders and other sleep related problems that can significantly diminish overall health, alertness & safety. Left untreated, sleep disorders have been linked to heart disease, stroke, hypertension, depression, diabetes & [...]

March is Sleep Awareness Month2019-02-11T18:34:01-06:00
1 02, 2016

February is American Heart Month


Give the best gift possible to a Valentine this year! Started by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Heart Month is all about protecting your heart and keeping it healthy. Heart attacks and heart problems are the number one cause of death of anyone on the planet, not just in the United States. The heart is one of the hardest working muscles in your body. It pumps all the time, [...]

February is American Heart Month2017-05-28T08:28:42-05:00
1 01, 2016

January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month


This month, our Be Well post is from the National Birth Defects Prevention Network. They have a lot of facts on their website about just how prevalent birth defects are. They claim 1 in 33 babies every year suffer a birth defect, and cause 1 in 5 deaths. They can be caused by any number of factors, but are very commonly caused by environmental and other causes related to the mother, [...]

January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month2017-05-28T09:19:44-05:00
1 12, 2015

December and Influenza Prevention Week


This first week of December is a week of awareness and information is brought to you by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, also known as the CDC. The CDC is one of the most well known organizations in the world when it comes to preventing outbreaks and sharing information about diseases. The Flu (Influenza) is one of the most pervasive and wide-spread viral diseases on the planet. It [...]

December and Influenza Prevention Week2017-05-28T15:36:13-05:00
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