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Valley View Health Center part of Fall Carnival

The Valley View Health Center at the Manchester School Campus participated in the school’s Fall Carnival on Friday, Oct. 23. Throughout the evening’s festivities, Valley View Health Center representatives were on hand to provide information concerning the health coverage plans offered through the Affordable Care Act, education on good oral hygiene, and to meet Lori Rumfield, Certified Nurse Practitioner.

Rumfield provides health care at the Valley View Health Center Manchester Campus, and she is licensed to care for people of all ages. She can see patients for most health issues, from coughs and colds to managing diabetes and high blood pressure.

The Valley View Health Centers believe in caring for the whole person including access to quality dental care. Beginning in January of 2016, the Valley View Health Center at the Manchester School Campus will be providing dental services for all ages. Also, participating in the Fall Carnival, Brianna Taylor is a Certified Dental Assistant and a 2012 graduate of Manchester High School.

While Brianna was meeting and greeting visitors of the carnival, she gave away toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss and tips on good oral hygiene.

Please call 937-549-1270 to schedule a medical appointment with Lori Rumfield. You can call at the end of December to begin scheduling dental appointments.

Representatives from the Valley View Health Center were on hand at the annual Manchester Fall Carnival.
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Manchester-Carnival-Picture.jpgRepresentatives from the Valley View Health Center were on hand at the annual Manchester Fall Carnival. Submitted photo

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