Relay Health Accepting Sign-Ups

Have you joined Relay Health?

With Relay Health, you can communicate with your provider straight from homem as well as:

  • Request, cancel or reschedule an appointment.
  • Request more refills for a prescription medication.
  • Request lab or test results.
  • Request a referral.
  • Or just send a note to the office staff.

All with just the click of a mouse. Sign up today at https://app.relayhealth.com/registration.aspx

Lemoore Friday Night Market now through October

The Lemoore Friday Night Market boasts a certified farmers market, live music, beer garden, food booths and live entertainment. The market lasts from 5 to 9 p.m. every Friday from now through October in Downtown Lemoore.

Pool passes on sale now

For the MWR Recreation pool (at Spuds) at ITT or the Gym front desk. For more information, call ITT at (559) 998-0837 or the Gym at (559) 998-4883.

Thrift Shop hours

The NASL NMCRS Thrift Shop/Lucky Locker hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

NAS Lemoore Veterinary Treatment Facility update

  • Walk-ins

Effective immediately, walk-ins will only be accepted for registration of new patients. All prior walk-in services must be called in ahead of time. There is no fee for registration.

  • Vaccines

Self-given vaccines will not be accepted as proof of prior vaccine history. All vaccines must be administered by or under direct supervision of a licensed veterinarian. Please make sure that if your pet is registered with us and receives vaccines elsewhere that you are bringing in proof for your pets records here on base.

  • Prescription refills

All pre-authorized prescription refills must be called in at least a week in advance in order to give us adequate time to fill.

  • ICE

Your feedback is greatly appreciated. You may now visit our ice website and let us know how we are doing visit http://ice.disa.mil type “Naval Air Station Lemoore” into the search, choose “health” then select “Nas Lemoore Veterinary Treatment Facility.”

Emergency Prep Tip: Food for thought (and your kit!)

Preparing for emergencies needn’t be expensive if you’re thinking ahead and buying small quantities at a time. Make a list of some food that:

  • Have a long shelf-life and will not spoil (non-perishable)
  • You and your family like
  • Do not require cooking
  • Can be easily stored
  • Have a low salt content as salty food will make you more thirsty. 

Keep the list in your purse or wallet and pick up a few items each time you’re shopping and/or see a sale until you have built up a well-stocked supply that can sustain each member of your family for at least three days following an emergency.

You are not alone

Chaplains are available 24/7 to provide you a safe place to talk with complete confidentiality to help you overcome the challenges we all face. When you join the Navy, you're part of a team-a family-a community. You’re not alone; we're in this together. Contact your command chaplain today. Don’t know who your nearest chaplain is? Call Navy 311 to request chaplain support in your area: 1-855-NAVY-311.

ASIST suicide prevention class

The ASIST workshop is an internationally renowned program, designed to help caregivers in the community feel more ready, willing, and able to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. This training is designed for all, not merely professionals. “Lay people” are fully qualified and capable of harnessing the power of ASIST interventions, and in turn, clinical professionals consistently report that ASIST better prepares them for suicide intervention than anything else in their training.

Over one million caregivers have participated in this two-day, highly interactive, practical, practice-oriented workshop. Participants engage in small group discussions and skills practice that are based upon adult learning principles, experience powerful videos on suicide intervention, and feel challenged as well as safe. In short, they will learn suicide first aid by doing suicide first aid.

ASIST is the most widely used and trusted suicide intervention-training program in the world for good reason. And due to the generosity of the Navy (and the Tulare-Kings Suicide Prevention Task Force) the opportunity to learn these world-class skills is offered free of charge, a savings of over $300 per person. Professionals can apply for continuing education units with their organizations for their participation in ASIST. There is a standardized letter available on LivingWorks website.

Additional information is available at http://www.livingworks.net.

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