Are you still interested to find out more about women’s health, emergency care, or autism awareness? The links below contain more helpful information about these topics and more. If you have any remaining questions, please contact Good Samaritan Hospital of San Jose at (408) 559-2011.
- Eye health becomes increasingly important as our bodies age—learn more about taking better care of your eyes by visiting the National Eye Institute website.
- Women appear to be more susceptible to vision problems than men. Prevent Blindness America lists some helpful ways for women to care for their eyes.
- Are you prepared for labor and delivery? These articles from the American Pregnancy Association can help you to feel more prepared for this exciting time.
- If you are looking for more information regarding pregnancy, labor, birth, or other women’s health issues, check out the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists website.
- Good Samaritan Hospital of San Jose works hard to keep their emergency room wait times far below the national average described in this CDC report.
- Autism is becoming more and more common in American children. Learn more about this behavioral spectrum disorder from the Autism Society.
- You can also find out more about the prevalence of autism from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute provides more information about the various forms of heart disease and how they are treated.
- Getting healthy will decrease your risk of developing heart disease and many other chronic health conditions. Find out more about making healthy decisions on the American Heart Association website.