Cubs Night for FHCP Members!

We are honoring 40 years of service, by taking you out to the Ballpark!

daytona-cubs-logoSunday, May 4th starting at 5:30 pm is Member Appreciation Day at Jackie Robinson Ballpark, 105 East Orange Avenue, Daytona Beach.

Members presenting their FHCP membership card will be admitted free. Game time is 5:30 vs. the Lakeland Flying Tigers. Come an hour early and play catch on the field!

Don’t forget your FHCP Membership Card!

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The Inside Scoop on the Amazing Oyster

Halifax Oyster FestivalBe sure to consult your physician before consuming shellfish and raw foods for allergen information and safety concerns.

In preparation for the Halifax Oyster Festival – if you love oysters, you’re in good company. They’re versatile, they have a great history and can be great for the environment, too. The human race has been eating these delectable shellfish since at least 5000 or 6000 B.C.E. And for good reason.

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Necessities for the Needy – Donations Needed!

donationsLast year we did a great job gathering donations for the Jerry Doiliner Food Bank, but this year we want to give even more!

Help us gather Necessities for the Needy at FHCP Auxilary locations

Beginning April 1st through April 28th, FHCP will begin collecting toiletries and personal hygiene items:  toothpaste, tooth brushes, brushes, combs, soap, shampoo, toilet paper, diapers, deodorant…you name it we want it!  (Un-opened/un-used items only please.)

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Important Announcement About FHCP Member ID Cards

IMPORTANT NOTICE

FLORIDA HEALTH CARE PLANS WILL IMPROVE OUR SERVICES TO OUR MEMBERS WITH A NEW PHARMACY SYSTEM BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2013.

Due to this upgrade for our members, you will receive your new Member ID Card by US Postal Mail, You MUST begin using your new card January 1, 2013

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How to Get Involved in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Think Pink this October!

For 25 years, October has been designated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and this year, as every year, dozens of organizations will be raising money for breast cancer research. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer for American women. The good news is that since 1990, the number of related deaths has fallen by 2% every year. That’s why it’s so important that we turn our attention to breast cancer awareness and research. With more awareness, more women are able to detect problems early on and start preventive treatment. In addition, the more money organizations can raise for research, the closer we can get to a cure. The last few years have brought some exciting developments in research and treatment. That said, there are still about 230,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer in women this year and 39,520 deaths this year from breast cancer.

There is more to be done.

Are you ready to get involved?

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