Author: Veronica Brown

Marketplace Open Enrollment

Marketplace Open Enrollment begins November 1, 2017 and lasts until December 15, 2017.  Lone Star Circle of Care will be offering in person application and enrollment assistance at *multiple locations with extended hours to better serve you. Reserve your appointment now by calling (512)686-0534. Facts you need to know: 1. The Affordable…

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Circle of Hope | Early Detection Saves Lives

Women's Wellness is a top priority at Lone Star Circle of Care. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month we are having a meet and greet with our Women's Wellness Provider at our Bastrop location. Join us as we celebrate Women's Wellness and Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Together we are…

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Connect the Dots

Written by: Kathleen Moore LPC-S, Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor Lone Star Circle of Care President, Bluebonnet Counseling Association (Chapter of the Texas Counseling Association) Connect the Dots Connection is a strong value that I wish everyone in the world could believe in and make happen. No matter how isolated or alone or…

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Lone Star Circle of Care at Taylor

It is with great excitement we announce Lone Star Circle of Care will re-open in Taylor. To better serve you and the Taylor community, Lone Star Circle of Care will begin seeing patients Tuesday, September 19, 2017. We are committed to building healthy families and strong communities by connecting you…

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School Starts Soon – Are Your Child’s Vaccines Up To Date?

[embed]https://youtu.be/_2_ueslLZ8E[/embed] Immunizations are important at every age from childhood through adulthood.  August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM).  Just in time - as a reminder of how important immunizations are for your children. Did you know every year, your child's school nurse or daycare provider goes through all the immunization records of registered children…

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Exercise: Moving Past Excuses

Exercise! We know it is good for us but sometimes excuses can get in the way. Walking brings increased energy, better cardiovascular health and reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke.  According to the American Heart Association, 80% of American's do not make exercise a regular habit. Here are some…

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