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Thank You for All of Your Donations!

Santa’s Workshop Drive was a success! Thank you to our patients for making this possible!

We are filled with gratitude and greatly appreciate the many donations we received this year in support of giving families a Christmas to remember. Thanks to the generosity of our patients, families at the Ronald McDonald House can focus on what is most important: their children.

Today our office elves will be dropping off all of the gifts at the Ronald McDonald House Charity of Central Texas. In response to COVID-19, there will be no “shopping and wrapping” at Santa’s Workshop this year. Instead, the gifts are delivered all wrapped up, and tagged accordingly by age group.

Wishing you and your family a happy and safe Holiday!

Holiday Toy Drive Benefiting Ronald McDonald House

Dear Patients and Friends of the Practice,

As we get close to the holidays, it is always good to remember the folks that may be having a harder time of it, especially with all that has happened this year. You have most likely heard of the Ronald McDonald House, an organization that helps families stay near their ill children, with both a place to stay and financial help. Of course, keeping families together is especially important during the holiday season. We thank all of our patients who participated in supporting their efforts last year, and we are excited to announce that we will have another opportunity this year to come together as a practice to sponsor the RMHC Santa’s Workshop Toy and Gift Drive, and myself and staff will be volunteering our time to assemble gift bags.

We need your help! Please bring in a new, unwrapped toy or adult gift anytime before December 17 (please see here for suggestions). We are also accepting gift bags this year for assembly of the gifts. On December 18, we will be delivering the gifts to the Ronald McDonald House of Central Texas.

We hope you will consider donating a toy on your next visit, or whenever you are in the area. Together we can help families whose spirits might need a little extra lifting this holiday season.

Happy Holidays from Partners in Health!

Embrace your Eyes Event featuring Dr. Tanya Khan

I am excited to offer an exclusive virtual event presented by Dr. Tanya Khan, one of the top Oculoplastic Surgeons in Austin. Dr. Khan will be offering an informational about eyelid surgery and non-surgical options this Thursday, August 27th via Zoom.

ZOOM ID: 830 9022 5650

Dr. Khan trained at Duke University and currently practices at Tru-Skin Dermatology in Austin. She specializes in the clinical and surgical management of eyelid and orbit disorders, including blepharoplasty, repair of blepharoptosis, ectropion, entropion, trichiasis, epiphora, hemifacial spasms, and thyroid eye disease.  She performs surgeries to correct excess tearing due to nasolacrimal obstruction, complex oculofacial reconstruction to repair defects from trauma or cancer excision, and removal of orbital tumors.

As a board-certified ophthalmologist and fellowship-trained oculoplastic surgeon, her goal is to help people see better and feel more confident by sculpting their eyelids to better frame their faces. Often times eyelid surgeries can be covered by your medical insurance plan and would be considered upon consultation. She also offers many services that extend beyond the scalpel, such as facial fillers, neuromodulators, lasers, and skincare.

Join us virtually at the time of the event to enter to win a FREE virtual consultation with Dr. Tanya Khan! Winner will be announced following the event!

Thursday, August 27th at 4:30 PM

Click here to join the live event

Free Skin Cancer Screening with Dr. Tyler Hollmig

I am excited to announce that I have partnered with Dr. Tyler Hollmig, one of the top dermatological specialists in Austin. Dr. Hollmig will be offering free skin checks to my concierge members as a special, added value service on Wednesday, June 10th at our office. When caught early, skin cancer is highly treatable. Routine skin cancer exams are extremely important in detecting abnormal skin lesions early. Our skin is constantly evolving as we age, and extrinsic factors such as the sun can have a detrimental effect on our skin. Studies show that early exposure to excessive sun at a young age can potentially cause skin cancer later in life. To protect your skin against the sun’s harmful rays, wear a broad-spectrum 30 SPF or higher sunscreen every day. Seek shade as often as possible and wear clothing that shields the sun’s rays as often as possible. 

Skin exams are recommended at a minimum of once a year, but with a personal for family history of skin cancer, skin checks are recommended more frequently. If you notice any suspicious spots on your skin or your partner’s skin, or anything that is changing, itching or bleeding, see a board-certified dermatologist.

Dr. Hollmig trained at Stanford University and is currently the Director of Dermatology Surgery and Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology at UT Dell Austin. He offers advanced, highly aesthetic and surgical reconstructions, along with Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology, including treatment of wrinkles, sun damage, red and brown spots, scars, unwanted skin lesions, birthmarks, unwanted hair, and other aesthetic therapies. 

For the patients who were previously scheduled in March, our office will be contacting you personally by phone. If you were not able to sign up in March, we will be scheduling more throughout the year. Please check our blog regularly for future dates.

Wednesday, June 10th 5:30 – 8 PM

*Offer for current concierge members of Dr. Roxana Rhodes only*

Still time left to schedule your FREE Skin Check with Dr. Hollmig

I am happy to announce that I am partnering with Dr. Tyler Hollmig, who is one of the top dermatological specialists in Austin. Dr. Hollmig will be offering free skin checks to my concierge members as a special, added value service on Wednesday, March 25th at our office. When caught early, skin cancer is highly treatable. Routine Skin Cancer exams are extremely important in detecting abnormal skin lesions early. Our skin is constantly evolving as we age, and extrinsic factors such as the sun can have a detrimental effect on our skin. Studies show that early exposure to excessive sun at a young age can potentially cause skin cancer later in life. To protect your skin against the sun’s harmful rays, wear a broad-spectrum 30 SPF for higher sunscreen every day. Seek shade as often as possible and wear clothing that shields the sun’s rays as often as possible. 

Skin exams are recommended at a minimum of once a year, but with a personal for family history of skin cancer, skin checks are recommended more frequently. If you notice any suspicious spots on your skin or your partner’s skin, or anything that is changing, itching or bleeding, see a board-certified dermatologist.

Dr. Hollmig trained at Stanford University and is currently the Director of Dermatology Surgery and Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology for UT Dell Austin. He offers advanced, highly aesthetic and surgical reconstructions, along with Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology, including treatment of wrinkles, sun damage, red and brown spots, scars, unwanted skin lesions, birthmarks, unwanted hair, and other aesthetic therapies. 

To learn more, either give us a call at 512-453-3542 or email us at info@partners-in-health.com to schedule your skin check today! 

Wednesday, March 25th 5:30 – 8 PM

*Offer for current concierge members of Dr. Roxana Rhodes only*

A Walk in the Park – March 29th

Get to know your doctor while taking a walk in the park! Feel free to bring your loved ones, including your furry friends.

The CDC recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week. While a goal of 10,000 steps is usually recommended, it may not be right for you. If you are new to exercise or returning from an injury, make sure to start slowly to avoid further injuries. Meeting your personal fitness goals can be as simple as an extra five-minute walk.

There are other health benefits of a 30-minute daily stroll to your mental health. Studies show it can help slow down mental decline, lower blood pressure, improve sleep and relieve depression.

Our staff will be assisting you in meeting your fitness goals through this relaxing walk through the park. We will also be providing healthy snacks and waters for attendees.

Please click here to RSVP!

Free Skin Cancer Screenings with Dr. Hollmig – March 25th

I am happy to announce that I am partnering with Dr. Tyler Hollmig, who is one of the top dermatological specialists in Austin. Dr. Hollmig will be offering free skin checks to my concierge members as a special, added value service on Wednesday, March 25th at our office. When caught early, skin cancer is highly treatable. Routine Skin Cancer exams are extremely important in detecting abnormal skin lesions early. Our skin is constantly evolving as we age, and extrinsic factors such as the sun can have a detrimental effect on our skin. Studies show that early exposure to excessive sun at a young age can potentially cause skin cancer later in life. To protect your skin against the sun’s harmful rays, wear a broad-spectrum 30 SPF for higher sunscreen every day. Seek shade as often as possible and wear clothing that shields the sun’s rays as often as possible. 

Skin exams are recommended at a minimum of once a year, but with a personal for family history of skin cancer, skin checks are recommended more frequently. If you notice any suspicious spots on your skin or your partner’s skin, or anything that is changing, itching or bleeding, see a board-certified dermatologist.

Dr. Hollmig trained at Stanford University and is currently the Director of Dermatology Surgery and Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology for UT Dell Austin. He offers advanced, highly aesthetic and surgical reconstructions, along with Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology, including treatment of wrinkles, sun damage, red and brown spots, scars, unwanted skin lesions, birthmarks, unwanted hair, and other aesthetic therapies. 

To learn more, either give us a call at 512-453-3542 or email us at info@partners-in-health.com to schedule your skin check today! 

Wednesday, March 25th 5:30 – 7:30 PM

*Offer for current concierge members of Dr. Roxana Rhodes only*

Valentine’s Day Painting Party on February 13th!

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. To prevent heart disease and increase awareness of its effects, Partners in Health is proudly participating in American Heart Health Month.

Please join us for our upcoming Art for the Heart event on February 13th at 5:30-7:30 pm. Click here to RSVP.

It has actually been proven that art lowers cortisol (the “stress hormone”) in short time spans of  painting.

A local guest artist, Beth Rinke, will be present during this event showcasing her art. To learn more about the artist and her work, check out her website

Our office will be providing canvases, paint, and brushes to guide you through the painting of your personal canvas. Participants will be able to leave with the piece of art they created. ♥

You can make healthy changes to lower your risk of developing heart disease. Controlling and preventing risk factors is also important for people who already have heart disease. To lower your risk:

  • Watch your weight.
  • Quit smoking and stay away from secondhand smoke.
  • Control your cholesterol and blood pressure.
  • If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation.
  • Get active and eat healthy.
  • Visit with your doctor regularly.

 

ART for the HEART Event: February 13th!

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. To prevent heart disease and increase awareness of its effects, Partners in Health is proudly participating in American Heart Health Month.

Please join us for our upcoming Art for the Heart event on February 13th at 5:30-7:30 pm. Click here to RSVP.

A special guest host will lead a step-by-step instruction of painting a canvas. Our office will be providing canvases, paint, and brushes. Participants will be able to leave with the piece of art they created.

You can make healthy changes to lower your risk of developing heart disease. Controlling and preventing risk factors is also important for people who already have heart disease. To lower your risk:

  • Watch your weight.
  • Quit smoking and stay away from secondhand smoke.
  • Control your cholesterol and blood pressure.
  • If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation.
  • Get active and eat healthy.
  • Visit with your doctor regularly.

 

Free Skin Cancer Screenings with Dr. Hollmig – March 25th

I am happy to announce that I am partnering with Dr. Tyler Hollmig, who is one of the top dermatological specialists in Austin. Dr. Hollmig will be offering free skin checks to my concierge members as a special, added value service on Wednesday, March 25th at our office. When caught early, skin cancer is highly treatable. Routine Skin Cancer exams are extremely important in detecting abnormal skin lesions early. Our skin is constantly evolving as we age, and extrinsic factors such as the sun can have a detrimental effect on our skin. Studies show that early exposure to excessive sun at a young age can potentially cause skin cancer later in life. To protect your skin against the sun’s harmful rays, wear a broad-spectrum 30 SPF for higher sunscreen every day. Seek shade as often as possible and wear clothing that shields the sun’s rays as often as possible. 

Skin exams are recommended at a minimum of once a year, but with a personal for family history of skin cancer, skin checks are recommended more frequently. If you notice any suspicious spots on your skin or your partner’s skin, or anything that is changing, itching or bleeding, see a board-certified dermatologist.

Dr. Hollmig trained at Stanford University and is currently the Director of Dermatology Surgery and Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology for UT Dell Austin. He offers advanced, highly aesthetic and surgical reconstructions, along with Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology, including treatment of wrinkles, sun damage, red and brown spots, scars, unwanted skin lesions, birthmarks, unwanted hair, and other aesthetic therapies. 

To learn more, either give us a call at 512-453-3542 or email us at info@partners-in-health.com to schedule your skin check today! 

Wednesday, March 25th 5:30 – 7:30 PM

*Offer for current concierge members of Dr. Roxana Rhodes only*