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Designate your State Tax Dollars to Support our Vital Hospitals

When you contribute to Tift Regional Medical Center and/or Cook Medical Center through the Georgia HEART program, you’ll be making a difference in the lives of rural Georgians and you will also receive a 100% state tax credit. Now there’s even more incentive to support our mission! Individuals, married couples filing jointly, and c-corporations are all eligible for Georgia HEART state tax credits. Visit or for more information.


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Stay Healthy & Safe this Holiday Season

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Affinity Clinic! Holidays are a time to celebrate, give thanks and relax with family and friends. They are also a time when it is especially important to keep a watchful eye on health and safety. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, so don’t let an illness, injury or accident keep you from celebrating a happy, healthy holiday season with loved ones. Check out our health and safety tips, which are designed to help you keep the season bright. Click here to read more. 

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New Policy Regarding Late Arrivals for Appointments

Please note: starting Jan. 2, 2019, Affinity Clinic patients who arrive more than 15 minutes late for appointments may be asked to reschedule unless they want to wait for a cancellation or see if the provider can work them in to the schedule. Thank you for your understanding.

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Join Affinity in Recognizing February as American Heart Month

February 1, 2019 by Molly Huff

 With Valentine’s Day and all that surrounds it, the “heart” of the matter sometimes gets lost in all the candy, card and flowers. But February is observed in the United States as American Heart Month, and across the country various efforts will be made by volunteers to raise funds toward research and education efforts regarding heart disease, as well as disseminate information regarding heart disease and strokes.

The American Heart Association (AHA) spearheaded efforts to develop the annual observance of American Heart Month, and since 1963, Congress has required that the president declare the month of February as American Heart Month.

February 4 is designated as National Wear Red Day. This Wednesday, people who support the AHA’s Go Red for Women initiative will wear red, to help raise awareness of heart disease. This annual practice was launched in 2004, and has not been limited to individuals turning out in crimson splendor on the 4th day of February: communities, companies, and city landmarks have expressed support by going red.

Visit and join the thousands of women who are learning to reduce their personal risk for heart disease.

Take time this month to think about your heart and the hearts of those you love – beyond Valentine’s cards and roses – and do what you can to keep those around you heart healthy.


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