Turntable B-Sides

Ghosts, goblins, annnnd sugar!

Posted on October 30, 2015

Don’t think sugar belongs on that list? Think again! Whether you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, are pre-diabetic, or you’re healthy as can be, you can stand to avoid a bit o’ sugar this October (and always, but let’s start with October). Why? Consuming too much added sugar is really not good for you and it contributes to […]

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Share The Care, Tell Your Friends!

Posted on October 14, 2015

Do you love the care you get at Turntable and tell all your friends about us? This fall, we’d love to say thank you! Through the end of the year, if you refer a friend to the best kept secret in town (um, yes, that’s Turntable) and they come in for their first visit, we’ll send you […]

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National Primary Care Week

Posted on October 13, 2015

Did we mention it was our favorite time of year? No, not autumn or spring or even Christmas. Last week was National Primary Care Week! So, cheers to all of you future doctors out there who plan on working in primary care! We appreciate your passion and can’t wait to see all of the amazing things you’ll accomplish.  This video gives a […]

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Breast Cancer Screenings

Posted on October 12, 2015

It’s National Breast Cancer Awareness month, and the team here at Turntable is excited to participate! Dr. Rebecca has put together an awesome learning session on the different choices women have when it comes to breast cancer screenings.  Even better? If you’re a Turntable patient and you are due for a mammogram, we can give you an order […]

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1, 2, 3 – A Quick Guide to Vaccines for Adults

Posted on September 28, 2015

There are all sorts of very important vaccines you get when you’re a kid – and a lot of the time they’re required before attending day care or even heading off to college. But what about once you’re out of school? #1 – The Tdap Vaccine According to Dr. Neil one vaccine that adults need […]

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Happy Life is Beautiful!

Posted on September 25, 2015

It’s finally here – yay! Heads-up: We’re closing our doors a bit early today due to Life is Beautiful (noon to be exact), but we’ll be back to providing the best primary care in Las Vegas at 9am on Monday morning! In the meantime, check out our music festival tips before you head through the […]

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Yeah, Turntable is awesome. What next?

Posted on September 24, 2015

So, you’ve heard about Turntable Health from your friends. (Or maybe you found us through the Culinary Health Fund, this awesome documentary or our zany founder, ZDoggMD), but somehow you haven’t made it in to meet your care team. Mayyyybe you already have a doctor? Going into the urgent care or ER when you’re sick […]

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Allllmost Flu Season

Posted on September 22, 2015

Ack! The all too familiar flu season is nearly upon us. Up to 1/5th of of the US population gets the flu each year (5% to 20% to be specific). Want to avoid being one of its victims? You’re in luck! If you’re a patient, stop by Turntable Health any Tuesday at 9am or Thursday at […]

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What’s the deal with vaccines?

Posted on August 12, 2015

Short answer? They’re awesome. So, to kick off National Immunization Awareness Month, we’ve put together a series of posts on vaccines, immunity, and everything in between. Our first post starts with the basics: How did vaccines become a thing and how do they work? Then, keep an eye out next week for some information on […]

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The Journey Never Ends (We’re in a documentary!)

Posted on July 17, 2015

We’re stoked to be featured in The Downtown Project, a Tribeca Film Festival documentary directed by Morgan Spurlock that explores small businesses doing awesome things in the Las Vegas community! We recommend watching the whole thing, so you can also check out our friends over at Stitch Factory, Eat., and The Hydrant Club (we promise it’s […]

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