See the latest COVID-19 information from Dr. Rabinowitz including scheduling appointments, testing, and safety procedures.Β  Our office is following CDC guidelines for Coronavirus protocol as necessary.

-We see one patient at a time, with no one in the waiting room.
-Our patients are given a mask and gloves upon entry to the office.
-The rooms are disinfected thoroughly between visits and all staff are practicing social distancing, washing hands, using hand sanitizer, and wearing masks & gloves.
-We offer coronavirus antibody testing from blood samples. These are sent to either Lab Corp or Quest to ensure reliability.

It is important to see our patients In-Person.
Many times the diagnosis of medical problems can only be made by performing a physical examination in conjunction with taking medical history.
Often, just looking at a patient is an indication of how ill they may be.
We are also continuing to coordinate ALL aspects of medical care by directly communicating with subspecialists and arranging appointments, even during this period of time where there is limited access to care. We continue to provide after-hours care as I may be reached directly by my cell phone for urgent problems.We do not currently offer the COVID-19 vaccine.

Watch this video with the latest information about the Coronavirus vaccine, side effects, and caveats regarding vaccine timing in regards to Mammograms and Cortisone shots.

Everyone should get the Coronavirus vaccine!

It’s recommended for all of our patients at Prevention First Healthcare. Call 215-PREVENT with any questions.
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Tripledemic Winter 2022-2023

  There’s a tripledemic this winter of 2022-2023. If you are not feeling well, it could be Covid-19, the Flu, or RSV. 𝑾𝒂𝒕𝒄𝒉 π’•π’‰π’Šπ’” π’—π’Šπ’…π’†π’ to find out more about testing, how to avoid hospitalization, and feel better. If you haven’t received your Covid-19 or Flu vaccines, please contact your physician.Β  They are helpful in prevention the spread of these viruses.Β  The elderly are especially vulnerable with these infections.Β  The tripledemic is easing and even starting to decline overall, however, it’s smart to keep your guard up. Our patients at Prevention First Healthcare have immediate accessibility to their doctor and … Continue reading Tripledemic Winter 2022-2023

Preventative and Routine Medical Care

Preventative medical care is crucial to your good health and wellness. There is no reason to forego routine medical checks and tests. By staying ahead of your health care, and keeping up with your annual exams and tests, you can prevent disease. Four out of the five leading causes of death are caused by chronic diseases that are either preventable or likely to be manageable with regular access to healthcare. Get access with our concierge medical practice at Prevention First Healthcare, located in Bucks County, PA

Access to Your Healthcare Provider

  The last few years have been very trying for people to see their doctors, or get Access to Your Healthcare Provider, especially during the Coronavirus pandemic. With Prevention First Healthcare, we are accessible to our patients 24/7. Not a day goes by where we don’t get questions about Coronavirus symptoms, treatment, vaccines, etc. And we are here to help answer those questions ASAP. Get access to a medical doctor when you need it. When a patient joins our concierge practice in Southampton, Bucks County, PA, they are insuring that their healthcare needs come first. Our goal is for our … Continue reading Access to Your Healthcare Provider

About the Covid-19 Medication Paxlovid

Dr. Marc Rabinowitz discusses a new therapeutic, specifically addressing Covid-19 infections. About the Covid-19 Medication Paxlovid. ~PAXLOVIDβ„’ (PF-07321332; ritonavir) was found to reduce the risk of hospitalization or death by 89% compared to placebo in non-hospitalized high-risk adults with COVID-19 (*Pfizer website statistic) “Paxlovid is an oral antiviral pill that can be taken at home to help keep high-risk patients from getting so sick that they need to be hospitalized. So, if you test positive for the coronavirus (and your doctor writes you a prescription), you can take pills at home and lower your risk of going to the hospital. … Continue reading About the Covid-19 Medication Paxlovid

Should I Get a Fourth Covid-19 Vaccine?

Should I Get a Fourth Covid-19 Vaccine? We are getting this question frequently from our patients. Listen to Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare, a concierge medical practice in Southampton, Bucks County, PA discuss who should get a 4th vaccine.

Important COVID-19 Vaccine Information March 2021

Important COVID-19 Vaccine Information March 2021 Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare describes the safety and benefits of the Covid-19 vaccine. Listen to hear some caveats regarding vaccine timing in regards to Mammograms and Cortisone shots. Everyone should get the Coronavirus vaccine! I recommend it for all of my patients. Call me at 215-PREVENT with any questions.

Preventative Care During the Pandemic

We cannot let our preventative health take a pass because we’re afraid to go see the doctor.

Do Not Delay Medical Care

Do no delay medical care during the pandemic.

How to have a Safe Doctor’s Visit during Coronavirus

See what steps Dr. Marc Rabinowitz and his team at Prevention First Healthcare are taking to keep patients safe (Coronavirus pandemic) during their office visits at their Southampton, PA Concierge Medical practice.. We want you to feel safe going to the doctor.

Physician access during the pandemic

Find out more about what Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare says about Telehealth and having access to your doctor during a pandemic.

Covid-19 Information for Patients

Please review our Coronavirus/Covid-19 information for patients of Prevention First Healthcare in Bucks County, PA.

Coronavirus advice: Wash your hands.

Coronavirus advice from Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare. Wash your hands frequently and refrain from touching your face. Recite the alphabet when you wash your hands with antibacterial soap. Use Purell frequently.