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The Pershing Clinics now offer WebviewWebview allows for patients to see their private health data collected within our clinics on the web. You can not only view your list of meds, but diagnosis and notes as well. You can also send secure notes to the clinic staff at any time. Please ask the Personal Care Representatives about signing up for this free service. All your clinic visits data can be just a click away. To access our webview feature just click the link below.


Clinic Webview

Job Openings

Be sure to check out the Career ListingsJob postings are updated on a regular basis, be sure to check back often for positions available. You can also download an application from that same page.




Financial Assistance PolicyPershing Health Systems has created a new Financial Assistance Policy click the link below to view our FAP information page.


Financial Assistance



Linn County Community Health Needs Assessment.Pershing health system in conjuction with the University of Missouri Health Management Informatics and Rochurst Economics departments has created an assessment of the health needs in Linn county. You may click the link below to view a PDF or Word version of this document.


Due to the file size the PDF is broken into 10 page sections






CHNA Impelmentation Plan



Pershing Health System Outpatient ClinicsWe are please to include for your use a printable copy of our Outpatient clinic schedule. This will be a simple image file you can download to your pc or mobile device by simply right clicking on the link below. Please be sure to check back from time to time as clinic dates can and do change.


Pershing OP Clinics



Price Transparency

Please check out our information on Estimate of Expected Prices. We will be offering this option to all our patrons upon request. Please click the link below to learn more.



Estimate of Expected Prices Info



Be prepared for summer

The days of summer are finally here, it's hopefully time to be able to shed those coats and boots and replace them with shorts and sandals. Don't forget the importance of still being "covered" while out in the sun. Sunscreen is a must to help protect you from the harmful rays beating down upon you. A good SPF50 or higher sunblock will keep your skin safe and healthy as we enjoy the nice weather. Here are some other tips to help you stay healthy as well.

Give Your Diet a Berry Boost
If you do one thing this summer to improve your diet, have a cup of mixed fresh berries -- blackberries, blueberries, or strawberries -- every day. They'll help you load up on antioxidants, which may help prevent damage to tissues and reduce the risks of age-related illnesses. Blueberries and blackberries are especially antioxidant-rich.
A big bonus: Berries are also tops in fiber, which helps keep cholesterol low and may even help prevent some cancers.

Get Dirty -- and Stress Less
To improve your stress level, plant a small garden, cultivate a flower box, or if space is really limited, plant a few flower pots -- indoors or out.
Just putting your hands in soil is "grounding." And when life feels like you're moving so fast your feet are barely touching the stuff, being mentally grounded can help relieve physical and mental stress.

Floss Daily
You know you need to, now it's time to start: floss every single day. Do it at the beach (in a secluded spot), while reading on your patio, or when watching TV -- and the task will breeze by.
Flossing reduces oral bacteria, which improves overall body health, and if oral bacteria is low, your body has more resources to fight bacteria elsewhere. Floss daily and you're doing better than at least 85% of people.

Get Outside to Exercise
Pick one outdoor activity -- going on a hike, taking a nature walk, playing games such as tag with your kids, cycling, roller blading, or swimming -- to shed that cooped-up feeling of gym workouts.
And remember, the family that plays together not only gets fit together -- it's also a great way to create bonding time.

Be Good to Your Eyes
To protect your vision at work and at play, wear protective eyewear. When outdoors, wear sunglasses that block at least 99% of ultraviolet A and B rays. Sunglasses can help prevent cataracts, as well as wrinklesaround the eyes.
And when playing sports or doing tasks such as mowing the lawn, wear protective eyewear. Ask your eye doctor about the best type; some are sport-specific. (Doheny,8 Summer Steps for Healthy Living, WebMD)

For more helpful tips for summer visit

Doheny, Kathleen. "8 Summer Steps for Healthy Living." WebMD. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 May 2015. <>.

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Department Spotlight

National Blood Pressure Month


Karla Clubine FNP/PNP
CMA/AMG Clinics
Pershing Health System

May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month.  Hypertension puts you at risk for heart failure, stroke and maybe even Alzheimer’s according to current research. I would like to take this time to discuss lifestyle changes as one treatment option for high blood pressure.  Lifestyle changes may not take away your need for medications so please do not stop any medications without first discussing it with your health care provider. The great thing about lifestyle changes is they do not require a prescription, you can do them anywhere, there are rarely any negative side effects and most of them are free.

Eat Healthy. Eat a variety of foods including fresh fruits and vegetables.  Limit your intake of fat to 30% or less of your daily calories.  Use less salt.  Try other seasonings/spices to add flavor to your foods.  Most importantly watch portion size.  We have become accustomed to large portions and many times we are taking in two and sometimes 3 times what a true portion should be.  Cut down your caffeine.


Exercise regularly.  We should strive for 30-60 minutes of aerobic exercise 5 times a week.  Start with exploring your neighborhood on a walk.  Walk briskly. If you are walking fast enough you should not be able to comfortably carry on a conversation.  However, you should not be going so fast that you have trouble breathing.  Find a walking buddy this will help to keep you motivated.

Get plenty of sleep.  Make sure you develop a good bedtime routine and get a quality sleep.  Try to get an average of 8 hours of sleep per night. Your body needs this time to rejuvenate. Drink more water.  You should drink 48-64 ounces of water each day.  This will ensure that your body stays well hydrated.  Being well hydrated keeps all our systems working and filtering to keep our bodies at their best.

Please discuss any major changes in your activity level with your health care provider.  Your health care provider can also help you establish reasonable health and fitness goals for yourself.





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