October Flu Shot Clinics at Longmont Clinic – East Building
Thursdays & Fridays • 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.
October 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26
Saturdays • 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
October 6, 13, 20
Cost: $30 or billed directly to Medicare
Immunizations are available for adults ages 18 and up on a walk-in basis. If you have children who are patients, please call your pediatrician for an appointment at 720-494-3133.
October Flu Shot Clinics at Carbon Valley Medical Center
Tuesdays • 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
October 2, 9, 16, 23
Fridays • 1:30 – 5 p.m.
October 5, 12, 19, 26
Cost: $30 or billed directly to Medicare
Immunizations are available for children and adults. Please call 303-833-8880 to reserve your spot.
Free Mammography Program
October 2012 – January 2013
Each fall, Longmont Clinic offers free mammograms to uninsured or underinsured area residents. Mammograms are recommended for women over 40. You may qualify for the program if you are not pregnant, do not show any signs of breast cancer, do not have breast implants, and have not had a mammogram in the past 12 months.
You do not need to be a patient of Longmont Clinic. Medicare patients are not eligible. If you are interested, call your doctor to see if you qualify. Then call us directly at 303-684-7888 to schedule an appointment. (If you have prior mammograms, please bring your films/CD with you to the appointment.)
Free Hearing Screenings & Hearing Aid Demonstration
November 7th & 8th
Audiology Department • Longmont Clinic East Building
Reserve your spot now for a free hearing screening from audiologist, Dr. Lisa Young and see a free demonstration of the new CLEAR hearing aids from Widex. The hearing aids feature new technology that delivers pleasant, more natural sound quality.
Call 303-776-1234 ext. 346 to make your reservation.
As Seen in the Wall Street Journal, the SoundBite™ Hearing System is Now Available through Our Audiology Department
For patients with single-sided deafness, this new system uses the well-established principle of bone conduction to transmit sound – but does it via the teeth to the inner ear —with a removable in-the-mouth device. (Past surgical procedures involved an anchor in the skull and was far more invasive and required longer recovery time.) To learn more, or to schedule a consultation, contact Dr. Lisa Young, Au.D. at 303-776-1234 ext 346.
New Doctors at Longmont Clinic & Carbon Valley Medical Center
We're happy to welcome four new physicians to our clinics.
In April, Dr. Julie Fischer joined our family physicians at Carbon Valley Medical Center. For appointments with Dr. Fischer, please call 303-833-8880.
Dr. Shoban Davé is an allergist & immunologist and he joined Longmont Clinic in May. He partners with Drs. Krishna Murthy and Shail Gogate in the Allergy Department. You can reach Dr. Davé's office at 720-494-3116.
In July, Dr. Robert Powell joined our team of general surgeons. He specializes in minimally invasive procedures and can be reached at 720-494-3135.
Dr. Heidi Pomfret is an ob/gyn and joined Longmont Clinic in September. She also began seeing patients in Carbon Valley in October. She is available for appointments at 720-494-3130.
Dr. Nuzhat Iqbal Named One of 5280's Top Docs for 2012
Congratulations to Dr. Nuzhat Iqbal who was named a Top Doc in Gastroenterology by 5280 magazine in August 2012. This is the second year in a row that Dr. Iqbal received this recognition from her peers.
Urgent Care - Weekends at Carbon Valley Medical Center
Carbon Valley Medical Center now has Urgent Care available on weekends. Urgent Care doctors are on-site and radiology is available.
No appointment necessary on the weekends - walk in!
Saturdays from 9 am - 4 pm
Sundays from 10 am - 4 pm
Dr. TerKonda Appears on Channel 9's Colorado & Company
During this past year, Dr. Raj TerKonda has been a frequent guest on KUSA Channel 9's Colorado & Company discussing his various skin care and facial rejuvenation services and procedures. To view any his recent appearances, please click on the links below:
MiniLifts - May 25, 2012 - Colorado & Company
Rhinoplasty - August 23, 2012 - Colorado & Company
Skin Care - October 4, 2012 - Colorado & Company
Dr. McCarty & Staff Provides Free Physicals to Choir of Orphans from Ethiopia & Honduras
On the morning of Tuesday, December 20, 2011, Dr. McCarty and his entire staff (Jonathan Welker, Sue Nelson, Katherine Atherton-Wood, Amy Ley, Megan Auer, Gale Wyckoff and Jennifer Springer) provided free comprehensive physicals to 10 children from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and 4 from Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The children are here through the organization His Little Feet, based out of Windsor. Afterwards, they sang Happy Birthday to Dr. McCarty (who turns 65 on December 23rd) in three languanges: English, Spanish and Amharic, the official language of Ethiopia. Check out the video here:
Check us out on YouTube
Check out our new channel on YouTube. We will be uploading 2 minute videos for our "Your Health" series here. These video's offer patients a chance to be introduced to our physicians and learn more about common health topics. If there is a topic you are interested in learning more about please e-mail us or leave a comment on our channel.
New rules concerning prescriptions for controlled substances
We are required by law to notify our patients about a new law that has gone into effect state wide with regard to the reporting of controlled substances. The Colorado State Legislature is now requiring pharmacies to report all prescriptions for controlled substances, including cough medications containing codeine or hydrocodone, prescription pain medication, sleeping pills, and many medications for ADHD, to a public database. The information pharmacies are required to report includes patient name, birth date, address, doctor name, payment method, drug name, refills, etc. The information can only be accessed by state regulatory boards, doctors, and law enforcement agencies.
New Kidzsafe Earbuds are Now Available in Our Audiology Department
Kidzsafe earbuds keep the volume on ipods or any other audio device safe automatically.
These earbuds are compatible with any audio device and and matter how high the volume is turned up, the volume level will always remain below 85 decibels. Experts agree that listening above 85 decibels is when hearing damage can begin. A great way to help protect your child's hearing.
Both Longmont Clinic and Carbon Valley Medical Center are now on Facebook. Follow us for the latest health developments, facility updates and health programs.
We will post information here about our many programs and services including: