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FMC celebrates 10 years (April 2015)
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Family Medical Care Celebrates 10 Years of Service

Family Medical Care (FMC) celebrates 10 years of service today, April 1, 2015! Since it’s beginning, Family Medical Care has been committed to providing a place for quality care to the Ohio Valley.

In 2005, Family Medical Care started out in a small, 3-room office in Weirton with one family doctor and a nurse practitioner. Over the last ten years, Family Medical Care continued to grow and expand its services to meet the needs of the community.

Today, Family Medical Care is proud to offer two convenient locations in Weirton, WV and Wintersville, OH offering a full range of health care services ranging from family health, women’s health, oral health, mental health, and even an exclusive pharmacy, Family Care Pharmacy. With eight doctors, seven nurse practitioners, and other certified staff, Family Medical Care is able to provide the best quality care and compassion to its patients.

Family Medical Care is proud to be your medical home and hopes to continue many more years of service! Thank you for your support!

 

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Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest

Our Wintersville office held an Ugly Christmas Sweater contest on December 18, 2014 to add a little Christmas cheer before the holidays. One of our medical assistants, Janica M., walked away as the winner and stands proudly with her trophy. Great job to everyone who participated!

Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest 2014 and Winner

Paint the Valley Pink Winners Announced!

It is the moment that many of our participating businesses have been waiting for… time to announce the winners for the Paint the Valley Pink 2014 contest!

Our goal was to reach out to area businesses to help educate our residents about the importance of having annual screenings for early detection of breast cancer. We are happy to report that 75 local businesses throughout the Ohio Valley that took on the challenge!

A big thank you goes out to the mayors, and/or their designated representative, for making the tough decision of selecting the winner in their respective community.   The winners will be presented a crafted pink ribbon, compliments of Mr. Dave Petrosky and his daughter, Renee.

Again, we thank everyone who participated for partnering with us to bring breast cancer awareness to our community.

Click the link below to view our FULL press release:
CHANGE, Inc. Paint the Valley Pink 2014 – Winners Announced 10-31-14

Here is a list of our winners and participants (click image for full-size)!

2014 Paint the Valley Pink Winners & Participants - CHANGE, Inc.

 

Weir High Volleyball Team Donates to CHANGE, Inc.

CHANGE, Inc. would like to thank the Weir High School volleyball team for raising money for local women needing breast and cervical screenings. The proceeds were donated to CHANGE, Inc. and will be used towards those services.

Thank you, Weir High School volleyball team, for your support and donation!

Weir High School Volleyball Team Donation to CHANGE, Inc. Carol, our BCCSP coordinator, holding the check that was donated by the Weir High School volleyball team.

 

Paint the Valley Pink is Underway!

Paint the Valley PinkOur Paint the Valley Pink 2014 campaign has been very successful thus far, especially for our first year promoting outside of Weirton, WV. A huge thank you to all the local businesses and judges who are participating to help raise the awareness of Breast Cancer throughout Brooke, Hancock, and Jefferson Counties.

Currently the judging is underway today through Thursday, October 23rd and we’ll be sharing pictures and updates on our Facebook and Twitter pages. We will be announcing our winners here on our website, Facebook, and Twitter pages so stay tuned for updates!
If you want to see who is participating and how they’re going pink, check out our pictures on our Facebook page HERE.

**We’ve also been featured as a top story on WTOV9 for this campaign!
Click here to see the video and story.**

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