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Be the first to get your ‘Talk Derby to Me‘ t-shirt! We are taking orders now. All shirts are $25.00 each and are available in men and women styles. https://secure.qgiv.com/for/lvim/event/793686/
Get your tickets now for this one of a kind event! Early bird special available through 10/12/18. https://secure.qgiv.com/for/lvim/event/793692/ Sponsorship opportunities coming soon! **All proceeds benefit LVIM**
We are excited about our new program with the YMCA of Central Florida! In an effort to help our patients be active and healthy minded, we will now be offering FREE memberships to the YMCA. Patients will be evaluated for certain health criteria and if they qualify, their physician will give them a referral for […]
We are excited to announce that LVIM will be hosting a groundbreaking celebration on Friday, August 24th! We hope you’ll be able to join us as we celebrate a bright, bold future and break ground on our new facility. Parking will be available at the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church located at 450 […]
Congratulations Kim Wescott! You won the LVIM Yeti. Thank you to everyone who liked and shared the LVIM post on Facebook. Make sure to continue to follow our page for more contests.
LVIM would like to welcome our new, full-time ARNP, Melissa Kham. Melissa was born and raised in Lakeland and lives here with her husband and two daughters. She started her medical career in 1995 as a surgical technologist and then decided to return to school at Polk Community College to become a nurse in 2004. […]
LAKELAND — Free mental health services, including medications, are now available to an estimated 84,000 low-income, uninsured Polk County residents, courtesy of the voter-approved half-cent sales tax for indigent health care. Polk County has signed a contract with the behavioral health provider IMPOWER to bring tele-health services to uninsured Polk County residents ages 18 and […]