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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, May 2, 2012 13A EPHC i.ntroduces new surgeon Eastern Plumas Health new services will help com- under most Medicare Ad- --Diabetes screen- Care welcomes the return of munity members, particu- vantage plans. Those with ing/fasting blood glucose. Dr. David Kitts, board certi- larly seniors, during these Medicare Advantage should --Flu shots. fled surgeon, to its Portola difficult economic times, check with their plan to de- --Digital mammograms. cliniC. His first day seeing termine if the welcome and --Pap tests and pelvic ex- patients was April 10. He'll Free Medicare Services annual wellness visits are ams (includes breast exam). be there every Wednesday. EasternPlumas Health free to them and, also, the --Pneumococcalvaccine. Currently, his first surgery Care rolled out its Free extent of coverage for pre- --Prostate cancer screen- day is planned for June 13. Medicare Prevention Pro- ventive screenings/tests. Or ings (digitalrectalexam and Patients can be referred to gram April 1, which in- patients can call EPHC at prostate specific antigen Kitts through their EPHC cludes free "welCome to 832-6570 to determineindi- test). primary care physician. Medicare" and annual well- vidualcoverage. The health care provider Call 832-6600 for an appoint- ness visits. During these The following preventive will tell patients which tests ment. complete physicals, the doc- tests, screenings andser- and services they currently Details of EPHC's new tor will determine which of vices are available at EPHC qualify for and order them. free Medicare services pro- the many free preventive free of charge to Medicare - It's never been easier to gram (see below)can be ac- screenings, tests and ser- patients as part of this pro- get healthy and stay cessed at under the vices a patient is eligible grm: healthy. Call 832-6600 for an drop-down menu "What We for. These include cancer, --Abdominal aortic appointment. These services Do." The free Medicare ser- cardiovascular and diabetes aneurysm screening, are available through all of vices Web page includes a screenings, flu shots and --Bone mass measure- EPHC's clinics (Graeagle, link to a more detailed page, more. ments. Indian Valley, Loyalton and which explains eligibility These visits are covered ,--Cardiovascular screen- Portola). Patients may and risk factor require- by original Medicare (Part ings. schedule appointments with ments for the preventive B) and Medicare Advantage --Colon cancer screenings the Eastern Plumas Health tests, screenings and ser- plans. They're free under (fecal occult blood test, Care provider of their vices. EPHC hopes these originalMedicare and also colonoscopyscreening), choice. Gear sale today Lucius Robbi and Katy von Beroldingen, Outdoor Recre- ation Leadership students at Feather River College, are organizing a used gear sale to support the ORL program. The sale will be May 2 and 3, from noon until dark, at Feather River Fitness. The students are looking for used or old gear dona- tions from local outdoor en- thusiasts. The sale will pro- vide low-cost gear to the community while raising money to support ORL stu- dent expeditions, student scholarships, a Swiftwater Rescue class and Wilderness First Responder certifica- tions next year. Small gear items can be dropped off at Feather River Fitness. To arrange for pick- up, call 304-9723. All dona- tions are tax-deductible. The event will also feature music, pizza, beverages, prize drawings and possibly kayak rolling and paddling lessons in the pool, depend- ing on the weather. All are welcome. For more informa- tion, call Robbi or Beroldin- gen at 304-9723. What can be donated? Stu- dents are looking for any- thing related to outdoor ad- venture recreation, includ- ing but not limited to: --Backpacks --Camp cookware --Camping gear --Footwear --Snow gear --River and boating gear --Outdoor clothing --Climbing gear --Backpacking gear --Mountaineering gear --Mountain biking gear --Cycling gear --Ski/snowboard gear Cut while you watch Fat On Boneless, Skinless 81/19% Lean Tr, Tip Fryer Lean Breast Ground Beef iBag- 9 LB Fresh, Whole ... Sold 4 Per Bag Chickens 99LCB Sold in the Bag #2 Pieces, $ 1 Sugarhill Bacon ........ ...... , Sold by the Bag $ 367 \\;, Whole Top Sirloin (2 or more per bag) .. : ........... $2 I? Pork Spare Ribs 93/7?'0 Lean, Sold in the Bag, 10 Ibs. plus AOO ,  Super Lean Ground Beef.,...-r,--L /  L " :  Boneless, Sold in the Bag '  Pork Sirloinvalue Pack $1",;  2 or more per bag_ Pork Tenderloin $3"L; # 1 Platter Bacon $49 : . Frozen, Sold in a.2 lb. Bag, Tail On $ .............  LB Cooked Shrimp 1200,? 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