Summer Skin Care Tips

by Elizabeth Stratte, M.D. Pediatric Dermatology Specialist Even if you’re largely staying indoors due to social distancing, as temperatures start to rise, it’s important to take a serious look at your current skin-care routine and make some changes to be summer-ready. ACNE BREAKOUTSSummer sweat can clog your pores. To help prevent acne, blot sweat from your skin with a clean towel or cleansing cloth whenever you fell sweaty. Wiping can irritate your skin, which can lead to a breakout, so...

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Neonatal Circumcision By Steven Namihas, M.D.

Neonatal Circumcision Circumcision in the male involves the surgical removal of the foreskin of the penis, usually during the newborn period. It is one of the most common procedures in the world. In 2007, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) convened a multidisciplinary Taskforce, which included members representing the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Task force determined that the health benefits of newborn male circumcision...

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We have resumed seeing ONLY local Redding residents for Immigration physicals at this time. Please sign in online and wait until you are requested to come in to our office. Thank you so much for your understanding during this pandemic.

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Clinic Use UPDATE!

We, at Hilltop Medical Clinics, are remaining open to help serve your medical care needs. In order for us to continue to do so, and in order to keep you and our staff as safe as possible, we ask you to follow these new guidelines until we state otherwise. NOW MANDATORY! REGISTER ONLINE FOR ALL CLINIC OR TELEMEDICINE VISITSALL PATIENTS MUST CALL CLINIC ONCE REGISTERED FOR VISIT!You will be assessed for the possibility of a TELEMEDICINE visit.If you need medical...

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Telemedicine Now Available!

Hilltop Medical Clinic “Adapting to Rapidly Changing Health Care Climate” Staying Ahead of The Curve Redding, Ca— Friday March 20, 2020 — Today, Hilltop Medical Clinic announced immediate availability of Telemedicine enabling those who might be infectious, as well as at personal risk, to seek medical care from the safety of their homes. “We are working to stay ahead of the curve,” said Dr. Nancy Sutton Pierce, Director of Public Relations at Hilltop Medical Clinic. To find out if a...

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We would like to remind you to get your flu shot now, before cold and flu season really gets here. Don’t wait til it’s too late. Cash pay $25 or we can bill most insurances that usually cover at 100%. Walk-in at either clinic, anytime! High dose for those 65 years and older is available for insurance only- not cash pay.

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Birth Control

We are fortunate to have both Dr. Kevin Waits, GYN & Sue Waits, P.A. for female exams. Dr. Waits works Tuesday & Wednesday at the Main Clinic on Hilltop Drive for many female medical issues-No Appointment Necessary.  Sue Waits, P.A. schedules female exams between 11AM to 3 PM Tuesday & Wednesday at our clinic located on Eureka Way. Call (530) 246-4629 to schedule an appointment to see her. Access to a written birth control prescription is available immediately at HMC....

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Returning Patients

ATTENTION PLEASE:      YOU CANNOT SIGN IN  ONLINE BEFORE 8AM OR AFTER 4PM WEEKDAYS, OR BEFORE 9AM OR AFTER 3 PM ON WEEKENDS! Please choose the location you will be going to. PLEASE NOTE: You must arrive within 30 minutes of your on-line check in time to keep your on-line check in time slot. If you show up after the 30 minutes time period you will be given the arrival time of walking into the clinic. Online check in time that...

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Returning Patients Hilltop Drive

ATTENTION PLEASE:      YOU CANNOT SIGN IN  ONLINE BEFORE 8AM OR AFTER 5PM WEEKDAYS, OR BEFORE 9AM OR AFTER 4 PM ON WEEKENDS! First Name Last Name Birth Date Phone Number Reason for Visit Has your address changed since last visit? Yes No If a balance is owed at either clinic, you will be notified when you arrive and will be expected to pay before you are seen. Deductibles and co-pays are due at time of treatment.

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