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Lee Health in the Community

Community Affairs: Staying Connected

News and features on community partnerships and how we address health needs across Southwest Florida.

  • Honoring Black History Month by Committing to an Equitable Future

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    Lee Health is proud to honor Black History Month by celebrating the significant contributions of the Black community throughout history, here in Southwest Florida and beyond.

  • Set Your Heart on Good Health This Month - and Every Month

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    February is American Heart Month, so here are a few things you can do to reduce your cardiovascular risk factors.

  • Giving Back with Blood Donations

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    January is National Blood Donor Month, so please consider giving a gift that saves lives right here in Southwest Florida.

  • How to Stay Healthy this Holiday Season: Hand Hygiene & Flu Vaccine

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    The holidays – and flu season – are upon us. Use these quick tips to keep yourself and family healthy, safe and full of holiday cheer!

  • How Can You Actively Manage HIV and Other Chronic Conditions?

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    Do you have a chronic condition? Here's how you can stay in control and actively manage your health. Lee Health Solutions is here to help.

  • Diabetes Awareness Month: What You Need to Know in November and Beyond

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    As part of our community outreach, we want you to know more about Diabetes Awareness Month and how Lee Health Solutions can help you today.

  • October is National Breast Health Awareness Month

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    Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women and will strike about 1 in 8 U.S. women over their lifetime. Lee Health is going PINK for the month of October to show support and spread awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.