Thank you for trusting us with your care. We are grateful for the overwhelmingly positive community response to receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Many of our Ascension locations are beginning to provide the COVID-19 vaccine and will notify eligible patients as appointment times are made available. View vaccination updates for your local area. Appointments for the vaccine must be scheduled in advance. Persons without an appointment will not be able to receive the vaccine and walk-ins will not be available. We are working with local and state government and health agencies to help distribute vaccinations as they become available in our communities. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Protect yourself and your loved ones by learning about the most common Medicare scams and how to determine whether communication from your doctor, your insurer or the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is legitimate. Scams claiming to be with Medicare are targeting patients and fraudulent activity tends to increase around the Medicare Open Enrollment period. Remember, if you get a phone call and you're even slightly suspicious, do not share your ID number, home address or other personal information. Hang up and call your doctor or Medicare at the number on your card. Report anything suspicious to Medicare. If you suspect fraud, call 1-800-MEDICARE.
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Virtual presentation on "Prostate Cancer" by Dr. Varum Sundaram, a Board Certified Urologist with Urology Austin.
Brief Q&A following presentation