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Contact Information

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3600 N. Verdugo Road, Suite 103
Glendale, California 91208 Map
 
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Phone: 818-957-9200
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Fax:     818-957-9201
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       Hours:
Monday - Friday
9:00AM - 6:00PM
Saturday
10:00AM - 1:30PM

We accept most Insurance Plans, HMO, PPO, Medi-Cal, Medicare, Flexible Spending Plans. Same Co-Pay

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Tag Archives: Health Care

Checklist When Choosing the Right Rollator

The rollator is a mobility device that has wheels. It is a walker but with wheels. The Rollator is just one of the many mobility aids to help a person with mobility challenges. You can find rollators in pharmacies that … Continue reading

What You Should Know About the Shingles Vaccine

So you may have a few questions on your mind when it comes to shingles: Is shingles vaccine the only option I have? I’ve already had shingles; do I need to take the vaccine so I don’t get it again? … Continue reading

Importance of Taking Medications as Prescribed

If you’ve been taking medications for years, you’re probably no stranger to what it’s like to miss a dose or take the wrong medication by accident. You must have been tempted so many times to skip doses or adjust the … Continue reading

Guidelines when Selecting Diabetic Shoes

In our other blog, we shared how important diabetic shoes are to persons with diabetes. For those who have been questioning the necessity of getting diabetic shoes, that particular post enlightened us of the great benefits of these shoes when … Continue reading

How Your Family Benefits from Getting Flu Vaccines?

Every year, different strains of flu viruses arise. For this reason, getting a flu shot is recommended. However, some of us still think that getting a flu vaccine is not that important. It can just be an added expense on … Continue reading

Diabetic Care: How to Manage Your Medications

Being diagnosed with diabetes can put you in an organized lifestyle, one that follows a set of healthy lifestyles and correct medications. Thankfully, while diabetes is no longer curable, it is also very manageable. With the right discipline, steady support, … Continue reading