Earlier this year, two members of the CDPHP communications department welcomed new babies into the world. Natalia Burkart, public relations specialist, had a son, Griffin Joseph, in January 2018. John Fil, digital marketing strategist, also had a son named Jonathan Taras in March.
Though it was my (Natalia’s) second child and John’s first, we both learned a lot and we wanted to share it with the hope that it might help others of you out there preparing to go back to work after the birth of a baby.
Have you been waiting to take a spin on a CDPHP Cycle! bike? Well, don’t put it off too much longer – the program’s official stop date for the 2018 riding season is Friday, November 30. We’ve been pretty lucky with less-than-frigid temps thus far in November, but that could turn any day now!
Dr. Kathleen Catalano’s career path has been anything but traditional, which is perhaps why her approach to medicine is anything but conventional. The schoolteacher- turned-family-physician was teaching special education at a school in Texas when she decided to pursue a lifelong dream of becoming a doctor. continue reading →
Few things are more important than your health. That is why for the second year in a row, CDPHP is releasing key performance data, as well as results from patient satisfaction surveys, to show which local primary care doctors have met our health plan’s rigorous standards for quality, efficiency, and patient satisfaction. continue reading →
October is breast cancer awareness month which makes it the perfect time to schedule your mammogram and get screened for breast cancer.
Even if you are healthy and have no family history of breast cancer, it is important that you schedule a mammogram. The American Cancer Society reports that the vast majority of women who are diagnosed with breast cancer had no family history of the disease. That is to say these women were the first in their families to face a breast cancer diagnosis.