Preventative Care

Premier Physician Network providers answer frequently asked questions about preventative care.

How can someone find accurate information about an outbreak?

If you are concerned about an outbreak or have heard there is one affecting your area, it’s best to get make sure you get information from reliable sources, Premier Physician Network (PPN) physicians say. 

Locally, you could check your health department’s website or call the health department. For national-level information, the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionOff Site Icon (CDC) is a reliable website you could use to find information.

Talk to your doctor about where you could find accurate information about an outbreak.

Source: Suzanne Bell, MD, Vandalia Family Care; Tracie Bolden, MD, Fairfield Road Physician Offices; Nicholas Davis, MD, Centerville Family Medicine; Timothy Markus, MD, Dayton Heart Center; Allison Mendenhall, PA-C, Troy Primary Care Physicians; Katrina Paulding, MD, Samaritan North Family Physicians; Breanna Veal, PA-C, Walden Ponds Primary Care: James Halderman, MD, Jamestown Family Medicine; Ziad Khatib, MD, Fairfield Road Physicians; Christopher Lauricella, DO, Family Medicine of Vandalia; Marcus Washington, MD, Premier Health Family Medicine; Ann DeClue, MD, Ann DeClue, MD; Angelia Mickle, DNP, Jamestown Family Medicine; Leelmohan Ravikumar, MD, Troy Primary Care Physicians; Aaron Block, MD, MPH, Franklin Family Practice; Mansi Amin, DO, Oakwood Primary Care, Tammy Taylor, DO, The Pediatric Group; Nicholas Davis, MD, Jamestown Family Medicine; Mark Williams, MD, Jamestown Family Medicine