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									Hey Mommies!
Get Free Photos Of Your New Baby At Wal-Mart

Congratulations on your new baby.

IEHP would like to give you a gift certificate for Wal-Mart Portrait Studio.
You can bring in your baby to Wal-Mart for a photo package…FREE!
It includes one 10 x 13, two 5 x 7 and 18 wallet size photos.

To get your free gift certificate:
  1. Call IEHP Member Services to get a New IEHP Mommy Check up
      Form.
  2. Go to your doctor for your check up 3 to 8 weeks after you had your
      baby.
  3. Have your doctor fill out the New IEHP Mommy Check up Form
      from your packet.
  4. Mail it to IEHP in the postage-free envelope.
  5. When we get your form, we will mail you your Wal-Mart Portrait
      Studio gift certificate. It is valid at any Wal-Mart Portrait Studio.

If You Did Not Get Your New Mommy Check up Packet, call IEHP
Member Services: 1-800-440-IEHP (4347) ● 1-800-718-IEHP (4347) TTY.

At your check-up your doctor will:
     Examine you to make sure you are healing right.
     Talk to you about being a new mother and family planning.

Call Your Doctor Today.
Make an appointment for your check up. To get your FREE baby portrait
you must see your doctor 3 to 8 weeks after your baby is born.
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You Get Care
Day or Night.

Go to an Urgent Care Center…It stays open after your doctor’s office closes.
Pass up the long wait at the Emergency Room.
                       San Bernardino Region

Redlands

Medical Clinic of Redlands
245 Terracina Blvd. #106C
Redlands, CA 92373
(909) 748-6569
Office Hours: 9am-7pm M-F, 10am-4pm Saturday, closed Sunday

Fontana

Comprehensive Primary Care Medical Associates
7798 Cherry Avenue
Fontana, CA 92336
(909) 355-1296
Office Hours: 8am-10pm M-F, 9am-6pm Saturday, 10am-4pm Sunday

Metropolitan Family Medical Clinic
7965 Sierra Ave #E
Fontana, CA 92336
(909) 356-4459
Office Hours: 8am-6pm M-F, 9am-2pm Saturday, closed Sunday

San Bernardino

Metropolitan Family Medical Clinic
742 W. Highland Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 881-7320
Office Hours: 8am-6pm M-F, 9am-2pm Saturday, closed Sunday


Rancho Cucamonga

DV Urgent Care Medical Group
7777a Milliken Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 948-8050
Office Hours: 8-9pm M-F, 9:30am-2:30pm Saturday, closed Sunday
Alta Loma Medical Group
9695 Baseline Road
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 980-2273
Office Hours: 8am-10pm M-F, 8am-4pm Saturday, closed Sunday

Chino Hills

Chino Hills Family Health Care
2557 Chino Hills Pkwy #A
Chino Hills, CA 91709
(909) 393-4334
Office Hours: 9am-7pm M-F, 9:30am-2:30pm Saturday, closed Sunday

Montclair

Central Avenue Urgent Care Center
8891 Central Avenue
Montclair, CA 91763
(909) 865-9977
Office Hours: 8am-8pm M-F, 9am-5pm Saturday & Sunday


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Get Your Kids To Be “Helmet Safe” This Summer

If your children are on wheels this summer – any kind of wheels – make sure
they’re wearing their helmets. It’s the law that all children under 18 must
wear helmets no matter what they are riding: bikes, skateboards, in-line
skates or roller skates.


Need A Helmet?
Call IEHP Member Services to join the IEHP Bicycle Helmet Program.
Kids (5-14 years old) get a FREE helmet after reading the “Rad Rider
Safety Cycler” bicycle safety booklet and taking a short quiz.
Get Care and Service….Day or Night

Get Health Advice…Right Away.

If you or your child get sick when your doctor’s office is close, you can talk
to a nurse anytime….day or night.

Talk to a nurse when:
    You or your child is sick and you’re not sure what to do.
    You don’t think you have an emergency, but want medical advice.
    You need to find an open Urgent Care Center.

It’s good to know that you can get the care and service you need anytime,
even in the middle of the night.

IEHP 24-Hour Nurse Advice Line
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
1-888-244-IEHP (4347)
1-888-880-0833 TTY

If You Think You Have An Emergency….Call 911.



                Join IEHP Wellness Programs For A
                      Happier, Healthier Life.
IEHP has many Wellness Programs to help keep you and your family
healthy. No-cost and low-cost classes (in English or Spanish) are held in
the Inland Empire. Some programs you can do at home. Call IEHP
Member Services and get started on your healthier life today.


At-Home IEHP Programs:
    Healthy Heart – Lower your risks for heart disease.
    Healthy Babies – Get help from the time you first know you are
     pregnant through delivery.
    Blood Pressure – Get free tools to control your high blood pressure at
     home.

IEHP Classes in the Inland Empire:


    Family Asthma Management – The whole family learns to manage
     asthma and prevent asthma flare-ups. Plus you’ll get a FREE Asthma
     Kit to help control it.
    Diabetes Self-Management – Learn about healthy food, ways to
     reduce your blood sugar, and about foot care. Get a Stater Bros. gift
     certificate, and a special placemat and plate.
    Stop Smoking – Classes or telephone counseling to help you to stop
     smoking for good.
    Weight Loss – Lose weight and keep it off with healthy eating habits,
     exercises, and reading food labels.
    Child Car Seat Program – Learn to keep your child safe in the car.
     Get a FREE car seat (one for each newborn child).

    Bicycle Helmet Program – Kids ages 5-14 get a FREE helmet after
     reading the “Rad Rider Safety Cycler” bicycle safety booklet and
     taking a short quiz.

    Living Well With A Disability – Learn about healthy living. The
     programs are designed by people with disabilities for people with
     disabilities.


Call IEHP Member Services And Get Started On
Your Healthier Life Today.


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Do You Or A Loved One Need Food, Clothing Or
Housing?
Just Call 2-1-1. You can find the help you need.

2-1-1 is a toll-free number to get information for health and social services
in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.


Learn where to find:
      Housing, food and clothing.
      Healthcare and counseling.
      Employment.
      Support and community groups.
      Where to report abuse.
      Senior services.


Just Dial 2-1-1 Anytime…..24-Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week.
It’s Toll-Free….It’s Private….English & Spanish Staff To Help You.




How to get the right care…at the right time.

We give you the right care – with friendly service.

Truth is, your health means a lot to us.
So we make things simple for you. Like seeing a doctor. Not just any doctor,
but the right one.

Say you have a health problem. You see your doctor first. The doctor
decides the best way to help you. One way could be a referral. This means
you see a Specialist to diagnose or treat your problem.

You can see an OB/GYN with no referral.
None…when it’s for pregnancy or Well Woman Care. Just see an OB/GYN
linked to your hospital. Why? You’ll likely want your OB/GYN to deliver
your baby or perform any surgery.
You can see a Vision Provider with no referral.
Just pick a Vision Provider from your Doctor Directory. Then call to set up a
visit.

How to get the right care….from a Specialist.
First see your doctor. If he says you need a Specialist, he will order needed
medical tests.

Your doctor will work with your medical group to find the best Specialist
care options for you.



Remember…

Always Carry Your IEHP Card.
You need it to get medical or vision care, and for emergencies. If you lose
your IEHP Card, call IEHP Member Services.

When Your Doctor’s Office Is Closed.
You can talk to IEHP Nurses 24 hours a day, seven days a week, even on
weekends and holidays. Call for medical advice. Or be pointed to an
Urgent Care Clinic.
Call IEHP 24-Hour Nurse Advice Line
1-888-244-IEHP (4347) or 1-888-880-0833 TTY.

Get FREE Health Information.
You can choose from hundreds of health topics.
Call IEHP Member Healthline 1-888-222-2708.
To get a free list of topics mailed to you, call IEHP Member Services.

Refill Your Prescriptions.
Call for your refills 3 days before you run out. Make sure you always have
enough medicine.

Check Out The IEHP Web Site.
Find the latest in Member Programs and your rights. You can also search for
a doctor. Visit www.iehp.org to find the resources you need to make the
most of your healthcare benefits. You can also check your eligibility status.

IEHP Member Services:
Get the care and service you want. Our friendly, bilingual Member Services
Representatives will answer your questions and help you solve problems.
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m.




Mixed Fruit Shortcake

Serves 4

Strawberries aren’t the only fruit you can use to make shortbread. This
recipe is fun, or you can make your own fruit choices. Either way, it is a cool
summer treat for the whole family.

1 cup peeled, diced kiwi fruit
1 cup red grapes
1 cup fresh or drained canned peaches
1 cup sliced strawberries
2 tablespoons sugar
4 small slices of Angel Food Cake (Buy or make your own Angel Food cake.
It’s low in calories and no fat).

1.
Mix kiwi fruit, grapes, peaches, strawberries and sugar together in a bowl.
Let it sit in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.

2.
Place a cake slice on a plate. Put the fruit topping on the cake. Add mint, or
a dab of whipped topping.

Per serving: 171 calories, 1g fat (without whipped topping), 4% calories
from fat, 0g saturated fat, 0% calories from saturated fat, 41g carbohydrates,
4g fiber, 216mg sodium.
Cost per recipe: $5.70 with ready-made cake, $4.94 with mix.
Cost per serving: 95 cents with ready-made cake, 82 cents with mix.



5 Tips To Control Your Asthma
The more you know about how to keep your asthma under control,
the better you will feel.

    Don’t smoke, or allow smoking in your home or car. Join the IEHP
      Stop Smoking Program.
    Take your medicine as your doctor tells you.
    Check your breathing every day with your peak flow meter.
    Do not use feather pillows.
    Dust your furniture often with a damp cloth.

You and your family can work together to control Asthma. IEHP’s Family
Asthma Program can help. You will get a FREE Asthma Kit that includes
a peak flow meter, spacer, special mattress cover and pillowcase.




Ask the Doctor

If you have questions you want our doctors to answer, mail them to:
Ask the Doctor – IEHP
P.O. Box 19026
San Bernardino, California 92423

Q
“When should I see my doctor after I have a baby?”
A
You should get a check up with your doctor or OB/GYN 3-8 weeks after
you have your baby. This is called a post-partum exam. At this time your
doctor will give you a pelvic exam to make sure you are healing right. You
will also have a breast exam to check for lumps. You can talk to your doctor
about breastfeeding or bottle-feeding your baby. It’s also a good time to talk
about being a new mother, and how you are feeling.

Call your doctor to make an appointment for your post-partum visit. This is
a very important check up to find out if you are healing right.

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