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  1. Nov 19, 2021 · Patients age 13 to 18: Teens in this age range may access their own MYchart information with their parent’s or guardian’s consent. Patients age 18 and older: Patients have full access to their own accounts. If you have questions about MYchart, call 404-785-7844.

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  2. Nov 17, 2021 · Providence St. Jude leads the way in safeguarding women’s health. A few days before your scheduled mammogram at the Providence St. Jude Kathryn T. McCarty Breast Center, you’ll meet “Ava,” a computer-generated genetic assistant—think sophisticated chatbot—who will gather your personal and family medical history.

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  4. Nov 22, 2021 · You may now schedule your first appointment right away if you wish. If you would like to wait to schedule your initial appointment, you may return to your patient portal at any time to do so. If you have any questions about the registration process, or your new Patient Portal, please call (937) 297-8999.

  5. Nov 20, 2021 · All adults (18 and older) are eligible for the two-dose Pfizer, two-dose Moderna or one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccines. All adolescents ages 12 through 17 are eligible for the two-dose Pfizer vaccine. All children ages 5 through 11 are eligible for the pediatric two-dose Pfizer vaccine.

  6. Nov 22, 2021 · For instance, if you got two doses of the Moderna vaccine in spring 2021, you could get a booster from Pfizer in the fall. Review the information below to see if you should or may get a booster: People 65 years and older, and residents in long-term care settings should receive a booster shot.

  7. Nov 04, 2021 · At this time only the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is approved for children. Others may follow, and you can stay up to date at the CDC’s website. My child had COVID-19. Should he/she still get a vaccine? Yes. While natural immunity can help prevent sickness, it appears to diminish over time and you could still get COVID-19.

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