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SIMED Health Series Presents "An Introduction to Diabetes Prevention" with David Lefkowitz, MD & Eric Svestka, MD
January 22, 2015

To receive class descriptions and reminders via email you can sign up here.

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To RSVP for this event please call us at (352) 224-2200 or email us!

       
SIMED Winter Health Series
January 8, 2015
SIMED is pleased to announce the return of our educational Health Series.  Beginning on January 28th, SIMED will host weekly seminars on a variety of topics including diabetes, women's heart health, nutrition, concussions, men's health, and back pain.

These seminars are FREE and open to the public.  Seating is limited, so please call (352) 224-2200 to reserve your space today!

To receive class descriptions and reminders via email you can sign up here.

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Dr. Noone’s Foolproof New Year’s Resolution Plan for 2015!
January 7, 2015
Some of the top New Years resolutions of 2014 were to lose weight, to enjoy life to the fullest, and to get fit and healthy. The percentage of people who achieve their new year’s resolution is only 8% (statisticbrain.com); this leaves a lot of room for improvement! SIMED's Primary Care and First Care's Tenley Noone, MD gives us some pointers on how to succeed at achevieng our New Year's goals for 2015.

Dr. Noone's simple rules to help you for weight loss.SIMED Health | Tenley Noone, M.D.
  • Avoid all the 'white' foods such as pastas, potatoes, rice and breads. This rule works because carbohydrates are directly metabolized to fat. Instead include lots of protein and raw and fresh fruits and veggies. Raw fruits and veggies have more fiber can help negate some carbohydrates. I recommend that when you need to, have a small amount of pasta over a bed of fresh spinach to keep your carbohydrates low and get the fiber which will help keep you fuller longer. Another tip is to remember it takes roughly 10 calories to maintain one pound of body weight, so if you're hoping to weigh 150lbs., that means taking in 1500 calories per day. This can help you avoid pitfalls like sodas, sweet tea, and that piece of cake with its 300 calories that is only feeding your 3 extra pounds.
  • Enjoying life to fullest isn't possible without a happy healthy brain, and the best way to help keep your brain help is to feed it. Reading is a great way to start improving memory, challenge yourself to tackle a book a month. Moderate cardio

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SIMED Welcomes Yolanda Leon, Psy.D.
January 5, 2015
SIMED Health | Health Psychology

   
   
SIMED Welcomes Jenny Chen, MD
December 8, 2014
SIMED Health | Primary Care Ocala

   
   
SIMED Patient Portal
June 2, 2014
The SIMED Patient Portal is a unique way for you to view you health information, request appointments, request prescription refills or search for billing information on your patient account all at the click of a button.  The Patient Portal is secure and contains your health information from all of your SIMED doctors. You can even download and print out your health information from the comfort of your own home.

To begin using the Patient Portal you will need to visit your SIMED physician's office and request your PIN#.  PIN numbers are unique and may only be used once to setup your personal portal account.  For security reasons, and to ensure that only you have access to your portal account, PIN numbers may not be given over the phone or via email.

Once you have your PIN# you can click on the
PATIENT PORTAL link here or on the button found on the right hand side of this website to register.

We've put together this brief video to show you some of the things you can do with your new patient portal account.


       

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