Presbyterian Health Plan | Summer 2019 | Your Story

4 To better meet the growing needs of our community and provide an enhanced experience for our patients and members, we’re expanding some of our Presbyterian services. You can see current hours and schedule your appointment online at or by calling the clinic of your choice. Walk-in patients are accepted when we have availability. For your convenience, we recommend that you schedule your visit to secure your appointment. High blood pressure is a condition that many Americans face—75 million, in fact! If you have high blood pressure, you know it is often silent with few outward signs. Even if you can’t tell it is happening, high blood pressure has serious risks. You can get ahead of these risks by having your blood pressure checked at least every two years. If your blood pressure is high, you can often control it by changing how you eat and exercise. Usually your provider will prescribe medicine too. You can help lower your risks for getting high blood pressure if you: ● ● Lose weight (if you are overweight) ● ● Keep your cholesterol levels in a healthy range ● ● Reduce the amount of salt in your diet ● ● Exercise every day for at least 30 minutes (with your provider’s OK) ● ● Don’t smoke ● ● Maintain normal blood sugar levels Use these tips to keep your blood pressure in check. Find us now To see a complete listing of all Presbyterian Medical Group services and locations, visit . Changes to Presbyterian Medical Group locations Presbyterian Medical Group on Isleta All Presbyterian Medical Group services at 3436 Isleta Blvd. SW have moved to our new clinic, located at 3630 Las Estancias Drive SW. • For more information, call (505) 462-7777 . Presbyterian Medical Group Neurology at Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital The neurology services at the Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital Physician Office Building have moved. Neurology services are now available at our new location at 6100 Pan American Freeway NE, Suite 340. • For more information, call (505) 823-8777 . Pain and spine at Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital The pain and spine services at Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital have moved. Pain and spine services are now available at our new location in the Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital Physician Office Building next to Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital, located at 8300 Constitution Ave. NE, Suite 1106. • For more information, call (505) 291-2770 . High blood pressure— are you at risk? If you have questions, talk to your provider or call PresRN, a nurse advice line available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at (505) 923-5570 or 1-866-221-9679 .