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Could Health Care in Atlanta Get Any Easier?

Minute Clinic Emory Healthcare partnership

Do you have a cough? Need a cholesterol screening? Allergy symptoms? All of these are things that as patients, many of us have experienced enough times to feel like we don’t need to schedule a formal doctor visit for them. But, because in the past, these services were usually only offered through a doctor’s office, there haven’t been too many other options. Now there is! Emory Healthcare has partnered with MinuteClinic, CVS’ retail health care division to provide access to high quality health care at your local CVS location for over 20 different common health services. Learn more...

6 Cancer Related Considerations About Alcohol & Your Holiday Plans

6 Tips for Holiday Drinking

Alcohol use already has been linked to oropharyngeal cancers, esophageal and, to lesser degree, stomach and colon cancers, but a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association recently, however, suggests that even moderate alcohol consumption can increase a woman’s lifetime risk of developing breast cancer. So what does this news mean to you as you go into the holidays? Find out...




Emory University Hospital Celebrates Pacemaker Clinic 20th Anniversary

20th Anniversary of Pacemaker Clinic

The Emory University Hospital Pacemaker/ICD Services Program was established in 1991 by Paul Walter, MD, and Nancy Romeiko, RN. Dr. Walter was the medical director and overseeing physician and Ms. Romeiko served as head nurse. In 20 short years, the Pacemaker Program at Emory has grown and serves over 3,500 patients and performs approximately 400-430 procedures per week! Learn more about this milestone...



Should I Eat Before, or After I Exercise?

Eating and Exercise

You may have heard your friends make unsupported claims that working out on an empty stomach is more effective, or that people should wait a certain amount of time after exercising to eat. If you’ve been wondering whether it’s better to eat before or after you exercise, and more specifically, which foods you should be eating to support a physically active lifestyle, Dr. Amadeus Mason has your answers. Learn more...






Upcoming Facility Moves

The Emory Clinic Department of Gynecology & Obstetrics at Emory University Hospital Midtown (OB/GYN and MFM/Perinatal Center) will be moving down one floor to the 8th floor of the Emory University Hospital Midtown Medical Office Tower in early January 2012.

If you have an appointment scheduled at the Midtown campus with any of the following providers, please proceed to the 8th Floor for your appointment.

Please call 404-778-3401 prior to your visit to confirm the location of your appointment! www.emoryhealthcare.org/gyn

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upcoming events

Perinatal Classes at Midtown
Vaginal Birth after Cesarean

1/6 at 6 p.m.

Perinatal Classes at Midtown
Breastfeeding Part 1

1/9 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Fertility Seminar
1/10 at 11:30 a.m.

Perinatal Classes at Midtown
Newborn Care & Behavior

1/12 at 6 p.m.

Perinatal Classes at Midtown
My Time-Sibling Class

1/17 at 10 a.m.

Perinatal Classes at Midtown
Breastfeeding Part 2

1/23 at 7 p.m.

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Emory University Orthoapedics and Spine Hospital: Pre-Operative Total Joint Class
1/13 at 11 a.m.
1/15 at 6:30 p.m.
1/24 at 11 a.m.

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Emory Johns Creek Hospital
Community Health Classes
1/7 at 5:30 p.m.

Register online or call
404-778-7777 for more information.