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   Bassett High School held a Tackling Breast Cancer event Friday. Above, BHS cheerleaders lead a Passionately Pink Walk victory lap for cancer survivors and their family members before kickoff for the football game.  (From the Martinsville Bulletin-October 7th 2014)

 

 

   PI-YO (Pilates Mixed w/ Yoga) Complimentary through the Coalition & GYM 24 of Martinsville, VA on: Monday, October 13th 2014 6:30 PM! Call Ahead, space is limited! Contact: Jonathan or Brittany Beckett GYM 24 730 E Church St, Martinsville, VA 24112 (276) 638-2170.

 

  INSANITY Workout Complimentary through the Coalition & GYM 24 of Martinsville, VA on: Monday, October 20th & 27 2014 6:30 PM! Call Ahead, space is limited! Contact: Jonathan or Brittany Beckett GYM 24 730 E Church St, Martinsville, VA (276) 638-2170.

 

October Aerobics Calendar

 Check out our October Aerobics Calendar!


ATTENTION, Parents and Pregnant Women

Did you know -
• You can apply for or renew* FAMIS coverage for your child right here at Bassett Family Practice? This includes FAMIS Plus (Children's Medicaid)?
• You can apply for Medicaid for Pregnant Women here, too?
*As of April 1, 2014, the renewal form is 19-26 pages long and it can be overwhelming and confusing.

If you need help or have any questions about Medicaid, please call Ann Walker, Project Connect Outreach for Martinsville, Henry and Patrick Counties or stop by to see her at Bassett Family Practice.276 732-0509


Success Story

There are many reasons to keep us from being physically active including physical barriers, time constraints or the lack of childcare. The Coalition’s FREE Family Aerobics Program realizes these struggles and offers a solution.

Healthy Tip of the Day

Healthy Tip of the DayDid you know that the 5 year relative survival rate for breast cancer when caught early is 98 percent?  When it's not, 23 percent.  EARLY DETECTION SAVES LIVES.

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