HEALTHCARE NEWS

ALERT

Please forward to California's Valued Trust (CVT) health plan subscribers and others who could benefit from the information below. CVT Member Services is available at 1-800-288-9870 to help CVT Members with their healthcare needs at this critical time. We're here to help!

Below are some sites to help support those affected:

Tips to Share with Members who have Asthma or COPD
Wildfire smoke can make anyone sick, children, pregnant woman and adults are especially vulnerable--especially those with existing respiratory or heart conditions that affect breathing --like asthma and heart disease. The smoke inhalation can worsen your condition. 

  • Avoid smoke and dust as much as possible; try to remain upwind from smoke.
  • Contact your provider to see if medications should be modified or frequency changed.
  • Consult with your provider to see if you should use your quick relief inhaler on a regular basis if there are fires nearby.
  • Check the air quality in your area and call your doctor if you are having difficulty breathing.

HEALTHCARE NEWS

ALERT

Please forward to California's Valued Trust (CVT) health plan subscribers and others who could benefit from the information below. CVT Member Services is available at 1-800-288-9870 to help CVT Members with their healthcare needs at this critical time. We're here to help!

Below are some sites to help support those affected:

 

 

 

Tips to Share with Members who have Asthma or COPD
Wildfire smoke can make anyone sick, children, pregnant woman and adults are especially vulnerable--especially those with existing respiratory or heart conditions that affect breathing --like asthma and heart disease. The smoke inhalation can worsen your condition. 

  • Avoid smoke and dust as much as possible; try to remain upwind from smoke.
  • Contact your provider to see if medications should be modified or frequency changed.
  • Consult with your provider to see if you should use your quick relief inhaler on a regular basis if there are fires nearby.
  • Check the air quality in your area and call your doctor if you are having difficulty breathing.

HEALTHCARE NEWS

ALERT

Please forward to California's Valued Trust (CVT) health plan subscribers and others who could benefit from the information below. CVT Member Services is available at 1-800-288-9870 to help CVT Members with their healthcare needs at this critical time. We're here to help!

Below are some sites to help support those affected:

 

 

 

Tips to Share with Members who have Asthma or COPD
Wildfire smoke can make anyone sick, children, pregnant woman and adults are especially vulnerable--especially those with existing respiratory or heart conditions that affect breathing --like asthma and heart disease. The smoke inhalation can worsen your condition. 

  • Avoid smoke and dust as much as possible; try to remain upwind from smoke.
  • Contact your provider to see if medications should be modified or frequency changed.
  • Consult with your provider to see if you should use your quick relief inhaler on a regular basis if there are fires nearby.
  • Check the air quality in your area and call your doctor if you are having difficulty breathing.

HEALTHCARE NEWS

ALERT

Please forward to California's Valued Trust (CVT) health plan subscribers and others who could benefit from the information below. CVT Member Services is available at 1-800-288-9870 to help CVT Members with their healthcare needs at this critical time. We're here to help!

Below are some sites to help support those affected:

 

 

 

Tips to Share with Members who have Asthma or COPD
Wildfire smoke can make anyone sick, children, pregnant woman and adults are especially vulnerable--especially those with existing respiratory or heart conditions that affect breathing --like asthma and heart disease. The smoke inhalation can worsen your condition. 

  • Avoid smoke and dust as much as possible; try to remain upwind from smoke.
  • Contact your provider to see if medications should be modified or frequency changed.
  • Consult with your provider to see if you should use your quick relief inhaler on a regular basis if there are fires nearby.
  • Check the air quality in your area and call your doctor if you are having difficulty breathing.

HEALTHCARE NEWS

ALERT

Please forward to California's Valued Trust (CVT) health plan subscribers and others who could benefit from the information below. CVT Member Services is available at 1-800-288-9870 to help CVT Members with their healthcare needs at this critical time. We're here to help!

Below are some sites to help support those affected:

 

 

 

Tips to Share with Members who have Asthma or COPD
Wildfire smoke can make anyone sick, children, pregnant woman and adults are especially vulnerable--especially those with existing respiratory or heart conditions that affect breathing --like asthma and heart disease. The smoke inhalation can worsen your condition. 

  • Avoid smoke and dust as much as possible; try to remain upwind from smoke.
  • Contact your provider to see if medications should be modified or frequency changed.
  • Consult with your provider to see if you should use your quick relief inhaler on a regular basis if there are fires nearby.
  • Check the air quality in your area and call your doctor if you are having difficulty breathing.