This is an amazing platform to discuss ways we can help each other in building holistically healthier communities. This show addresses the health of our State and the state of our Health. We delve into medical and non-medical factors impacting health such as education, income, community assets, and more because health is more than a clinical visit. CARE-fe’ with Dr. Fay brings the latest information to you regarding Collaboration, Access, Resources, and Education (CARE) for optimal whole health. Tune in to hear our expert guests and expand your resource options. You can listen Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:00pm EST on WJHM102Jamz.com.
Listen in as special guest, Ken Peach, joins Dr. Fay in discussion of nontraditional and innovative approaches to address decades-long health issues. Learn about upstream medicine, community paramedicine, value-based health systems and more.
In celebration of Episode 10, Dr. Fay takes her first go solo as both host and expert guest to provide more in-depth education on a few key terms and topics that were briefly discussed with other guests in the previous 9 episodes. Tune in to this episode of the Care-fe’ to learn a little more about disease risks, social determinants of health, Medicaid, and more.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Dr. Fay is joined by Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program Coordinator for Florida Department of Health in Orange County, Manovna Narcisse, to discuss the importance of breast exams and screening for early diagnosis to improve chances of survival, as well as the reality of breast cancer in men. It's an episode that is worth listening to for everyone.
Dr. Fay is joined by a survivor of domestic violence, Mrs. Marie West, who is the inspiration behind the seminar, “Break the Chains: Freedom Belongs to You”. In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Dr. Fay and Mrs. West discuss what constitutes domestic violence as well as information for the abused and the abuser interested in seeking help to break cycles of abuse. They also touch on abuse beyond the physical aspect in an informative CARE-fe’ conversation.
Dr. Kevin Sherin is back in the CARE-fe’ with Dr. Fay to discuss the recent buzz around trauma-informed communities, trauma-informed care, and the impact of adverse childhood experiences. Tune in to hear what this means and why experts believe it is essential to improving community relations and population health outcomes.
“Bakari Burns, CEO of Healthcare Center for the Homeless/Orange Blossom Family Health joins Dr. Fay in the CARE-fe' to discuss access to care, the impact of housing on health outcomes, and the importance of integrated care. This is an episode you don't want to miss.
“Tune in to hear Dr. Fay and expert guest, Dr. Kevin Sherin, Medical Director of Clinica Mi Salud and previous Health Officer of Florida Department of Health in Orange County, as they discuss the importance of culturally competent care, minority representation in health professions, the impact of Medicaid expansion on health outcomes, and more in an informative CARE-fe' conversation that you don't want to miss.
“Listen in as Dr. Fay and Florida Department of Health - Seminole County Health Officer, Donna Walsh discuss Community Health Needs Assessments, Florida’s health priorities, life expectancy, and more valuable information that will inform and enlighten you in today’s CARE-fe’ conversation.”
“Dr. Fay and guests Rebecca Sayago, Executive Director of Central Florida’s Primary Care Access Network, and Anne Packham, Marketplace Project Director for Primary Care Access Network discuss the ABCs of FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and how uninsured or underinsured persons can receive quality care; as well as what health insurance options are available to all in this enlightening CARE-fe’ conversation.”
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