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Last Week • Posted by Fidelis Care • in Child Health Plus, News Release
NEW YORK CITY (August 18, 2015) – As the new school year approaches, Fidelis Care is participating in more than 120 back-to-school events and giving away more than 85,000 backpacks and school supplies across New York State to help make sure local kids are ready for the first day.
Last Week • Posted by Fidelis Care • in Fidelis Care Careers, News Release
Fidelis Care’s mission to provide quality, affordable health care to people of all ages informs everything we do. Our Be the Mission initiative recognizes employees who embody our mission's ideals and make a difference in our members' lives. Congratulations to Aaron Israel, one of our Health Benefit Representatives, for truly living our mission every day.
8/10/2015 • Posted by Fidelis Care • in News Release
BUFFALO (August 10, 2015) - Fidelis Care, a Statewide health plan with 1.3 million members, welcomes Eric Adamski, RN, BSN as Director, Clinical Services. In this Statewide position, Adamski is responsible for developing, implementing, and managing the policies and procedures of Fidelis Care’s Clinical Services programs. He also provides training and staff development to employees.
8/3/2015 • Posted by Fidelis Care • in Fidelis Care Careers, News Release
In addition to making a difference in the lives of our members, Fidelis Care employees also inspire their colleagues in the workplace. Our new initiative, Be the Mission: Employees Celebrating Employees, spotlights staff members who go above and beyond to help other employees. Yassah Degbeh, one of our Retention Representatives, is our second employee to be highlighted. Yassah’s colleagues know that she truly lives the mission every day!
7/28/2015 • Posted by Fidelis Care • in Health & Wellness, Nutrition
Local fruits and vegetables can be found in abundance over the summer at grocery stores, orchards, and farmers markets. Filling your daily diet with fiber-rich produce makes a tremendous difference to your health. Men and women over age 50 should eat about two cups of fruit and three cups of vegetables a day. “Try to fill half of your plate with fruits and vegetables to ensure you have a well-balanced meal,” said Fidelis Care Chief Medical Officer Sanjiv Shah, MD, MPH. “Fruits and veggies also make great snacks throughout the day. You’ll be eating healthy and getting a boost of energy.” Here are five fruits and vegetables to have in your diet this summer:
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