Archive for 2016

Ocala Star Banner Black women in Marion County who are pregnant or have had a baby in the last five years are invited to participate in a focus group and share their experiences about being pregnant and the care they received during and after their pregnancies. Participants can earn $20 for participation. The sessions are: […]

African American/Black women in Marion County who are pregnant or have had a baby in the last five years are invited to participate in a focus group. Focus group participants will be asked to share their experiences about being pregnant and the care they received during and after their pregnancies. Participants earn $20 for participation. […]

Lake City Reporter By Carl McKinney  Cancer diagnoses are deadlier in Columbia County than most of North Central Florida, a region already facing the highest cancer mortality rate in the state. The county sees fewer diagnoses than the rest of the state, but that just makes the local mortality rate even more alarming, said Myesha […]

Columbia County Observer By Mark Lander After reading Highest Cancer Mortality Death Rates in Florida? New Report Finds North Central Florida on Top, I wanted to share a few comments regarding the article from my perspective as the Administrator of North Central Florida’s Columbia and Hamilton County Health Departments. Cause and Effect Socioeconomics and health […]

Columbia County Observer By Stew Lilker According to the recently released WellFlorida Council North Central Florida Cancer Report 2016, North Central Florida has the highest cancer mortality rates in the state. Other than Alachua County, the home of the University of Florida, all the counties in the report are what were previously known as Rural Areas […]

November 9, 2016

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NCFCCC, WellFlorida

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WellFlorida News Release North Central Florida has the highest cancer mortality rates in the state, according to the recently released North Central Florida Cancer Report 2016  by WellFlorida Council. The report, produced for the North Central Florida Cancer Control Collaborative (NCFCCC), includes a wide range of cancer data such as cancer death rates, cancer incidence rates, […]

Open enrollment for 2017 health plans through the Health Insurance Marketplace starts November 1 and ends January 31. Navigators in North Central Florida are available for free to answer questions and sign up for insurance through HealthCare.gov. For information, visit http://www.srahec.org/navigators or call a Navigator in your area: Alachua County (City of Alachua and High […]

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