(Lawton, OK) – Southwestern Medical Center recently unveiled My Health e-News, an innovative, personalized online health information resource now available on the SWMC website at www.swmconline.com
My Health e-News allows subscribers to designate the health information they want to receive via any of five free services. “This adds a new dimension to the way we serve our community,” said Steve Hyde, CEO. “We’re committed to improving the health of our Lawton/Fort Sill residents, and this new resource will give them easy access to the current health information that matters most to them. We hope this knowledge can help them make better informed decisions about their health.”
The five services include:
My Health Newsletter – Each month we email subscribers the latest health news on the topics they choose, pulled from hundreds of publications and journals, all medically reviewed.
My Health Reminders – Subscribers tell us their age and gender, and we email them free, timely reminders for all of the key health screenings and exams they need. They can also sign up for My Health Reminders for Loved Ones™.
Daily Health News Videos – These videos feature the important health news of the day, based on the latest health news and research, six times a week.
My Health Assessments –These comprehensive health and wellness tools give expert recommendations based on easy-to-use interactive questionnaires.
My Baby Expectations – Expectant parents can subscribe to our free monthly email newsletter throughout pregnancy, delivery and baby’s first year. It includes emails on pregnancy, breastfeeding and baby’s development, as well as downloadable podcasts and lullabies.
“All of the content offered through each of these services undergoes three levels of review by medical experts,” said Steve Hyde, CEO. “While we always support the family’s doctor as their best health resource, we also know that more than half of U.S. adults turn to the Internet for health information. We believe we can be a valuable partner in this community’s good health by connecting our subscribers to information that is both current and informative.”
My Health e-News subscribers receive only the topics and information they request via password-protected, secure online communication.
Registration for any service is free at swmc.privatehealthnews.com