In The News
Read and watch what’s in the news from Dr. Marc Rabinowitz. He discusses the latest medical studies and shares details about his upcoming health and wellness presentations to the public.
Dr. Rabinowitz featured in Romper.com
Dr. Marc Rabinowitz is quoted in this 12/22/20 article from Romper.com with his expert advice about gathering with your family this holiday season.
Quoted in Men’s Health
Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare was quoted in this November 17, 2020 Men’s Health article about gathering for Thanksgiving during the pandemic.
The flu season during a pandemic
It’s more important than ever to get your flu shot this year. During the coronavirus pandemic, the flu is not going away. Make sure you consult with your doctor and protect yourself from the seasonal flu. Prevention First Healthcare provides an annual physical of an hour and a half to review all of your health needs and make recommendations for vaccinations and follow ups. If this is the type of medical care you desire, contact us at 215-PREVENT.
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: Being hopeful
Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare speaks about Coronavirus updates. We are hopeful that with future testing and research, a coronavirus vaccine will be available in 2021.
Coronavirus: Vaccine Update
Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare discusses the latest information about Coronavirus. We don’t have current treatment options. Preliminary vaccine possibilities are being tested for a potential COVID-19 vaccine available in 2021. Stay in touch with your doctor’s office.
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.
Coronavirus Information about travel
Coronavirus concern: What should I do if I come in contact with someone who has recently travelled? Watch Dr. Marc Rabinowitz as he tackles this and other relevant Coronavirus concerns at https://215prevent.com/viewourvideos/
Coronavirus Information about senior citizens
Watch this tip of the day from Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare. The elderly are most susceptible when it comes to COVID-19. Please be careful when visiting senior or elderly relatives and friends.
Quoted in Reader’s Digest
Dr. Marc Rabinowitz was quoted in this recent Reader’s Digest Article about 14 Body Odors you should never ignore. by Lisa Marie Conklin. We’ve outlined parts of the article below. To read it in it’s entirety, go to Readersdigest.com. Body odor, from head to toes, can alert doctors to potential health issues—even cancer. Find out what those distinctive smells may signal. Breath that smells musty or similar to garlic and rotten eggs is annoying on its own; it’s very concerning if you haven’t actually been eating garlic or eggs. Marc S. Rabinowitz, MD, of Prevention First Healthcare tells Reader’s Digest that … Continue reading Quoted in Reader’s Digest
Are you over 70 years old and taking aspirin to prevent stroke or heart attack? The latest studies from the New England Journal of Medicine provides new information to discuss with your doctor. There may not be a benefit to taking aspirin as a preventative measure if you are healthy and over 70.
What to do about this year’s flu.
The Flu Season for 2018-2019 has begun. Get your flu shot today and learn about what to do about this year’s flu. Call 215-PREVENT for more information. Featuring Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare, Southampton, Bucks County, PA. A concierge medical practice for seniors, busy executives and those who want VIP access to healthcare. This includes same day appointments, specialist appointment scheduling, 24/7 access to your doctor via his cell phone, house calls if needed and more! #flu #flushot #conciergemedicine #conciergedoctor #buckscountyphysician
New Shingles Vaccine
The CDC recommends that healthy adults 50 years and older get two doses of Shingrix, 2 to 6 months apart. Shingrix provides strong protection against shingles and PHN. Shingrix is the preferred vaccine, over Zostavax®, a shingles vaccine in use since 2006. Prevention First Healthcare is a concierge medical practice in Bucks County, PA providing patients with detailed care, easy access to their doctor and no waiting for an appointment.
New Blood Pressure Recommendations
Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare discusses the latest Blood Pressure Recommendations. The only way to know if you have high blood pressure is to have your blood pressure tested. Understanding your blood pressure numbers is key to controlling high blood pressure. Consult with your physician.
Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare, Southampton, Bucks County, PA discusses Dementia. A new study shows women who exercise at a high cardiovascular level will have an 88% less likelihood of developing dementia. Why is that?
Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare discusses the latest advancements when someone is having a stroke. Get to a hospital right away if you are experiencing loss of neurological function or slurred speech.
February is American Heart Month
February is American Heart Month According to a recent article in American Heart Association News, The number of Americans at risk for heart attacks and strokes just increased. An estimated 103 million U.S. adults have high blood pressure, according to new statistics from the American Heart Association. That’s nearly half of all adults in the United States. (https://news.heart.org/more-than-100-million-americans-have-high-blood-pressure-aha-says/) “With the aging of the population and increased life expectancy, the prevalence of high blood pressure is expected to continue to increase,” said epidemiologist Dr. Paul Muntner, co-chair of the group that wrote the AHA’s Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics—2018 Update, published Wednesday in Circulation. … Continue reading February is American Heart Month
Abington-Jefferson Health Privileges
Abington-Jefferson Health Privileges We are pleased to announce: As of February, 2018, Dr. Marc Rabinowitz is a provider at Abington-Jefferson Health in addition to Doylestown Hospital and Holy Redeemer where he has access to lab and radiology results and will participate in community speaking events. Dr. Marc Rabinowitz created Prevention First Healthcare in Southampton, PA because he felt that his patients deserved more than a traditional practice could provide; more time with their doctor, more research into their specific medical needs, and more knowledge how to live a happier, healthier life. SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave
Preventative Health Bucks County Magazine
Preventative Health Bucks County Magazine December 2017 by Mary Beth Schwartz You’re sitting in a doctor’s waiting room and watching the clock tick…15 minutes pass…20 minutes…35 minutes…you have so much to do today and you’re on time for your appointment. What is taking so long? You must find out what is going on with that lingering cough, that nagging pain in your leg that just won’t go away, your constant need to go to the bathroom. Finally, they call your name. The nurse leads you to a room, pulls your records, weighs you, and in a few minutes you’re finally … Continue reading Preventative Health Bucks County Magazine
An Apple A Day Won’t Make Me Go Away
With medical care becoming overly frustrating for most Americans, new medical recommendations coming out practically every month so it seems and the busy, crazy lives all of us lead, I do my best to simplify the complicated for my patients. Do I recommend an apple a day? Sure. Should I tell you to eat bread every day like Oprah to lose weight? Um. This one we should tackle when you come in for a visit or call. Obviously, there is so much more to patient care. Take for example the most recent study by the National Institutes of Health. A … Continue reading An Apple A Day Won’t Make Me Go Away
October 2012, Multiple Sclerosis Benefit
Prevention First Healthcare partnered with a local health club to host a flu shot clinic and fundraiser in October of 2012 to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
January 11, 2012, CBS 3’s “Talk Philly” Show
Dr. Marc’s 5 Tips For a Healthy New Year It’s January 11th, how’s your New Year’s resolution coming along? If you are hoping for a new you in the New Year, we have a few ideas on how to make it happen. To offer up some advice is Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare. View Video Original Article
July 13, 2011, CBS 3’s “Talk Philly” Show
Watch Pat Ciarrocchi and Ukee Washington interview Dr. Marc about the importance of Body Mass Index View Video Original Article
May 19, 2011, CBS 3’s “Talk Philly” show
As seen on CBS 3’s Talk Philly show! These days a trip to the doctor can mean five minutes with the nurse and even less time with the doctor. You get your diagnosis and prescription and you are sent on your way, right? Well what if you got a 90 minute exam, a plan for better health, the doctor’s cell phone number in case you have a question and even the opportunity for house calls. You can get all this and more at Prevention First. Here to talk about it is the founder of Prevention First, Dr. Marc Rabinowitz and … Continue reading May 19, 2011, CBS 3’s “Talk Philly” show
Bucks County Internist Named One of America’s Top Physicians
Dr. Marc Rabinowitz Featured in Consumer’s Research Council of America 2010 Top Physicians (Southhampton, PA) – Dr. Marc Rabinowitz, a nationally-recognized internist for more than two decades, and founder of Prevention First Healthcare, has been named one of America’s Top Physicians by Consumer’s Research Council of America in its 2010 edition. This is the second time Dr. Rabinowitz has received this title; he was also featured in the 2008 edition. To determine America’s Top Physicians, the Consumer’s Research Council of America utilizes a point value system for experience, training, professional associations and board certification; and recognizes the medical professionals throughout … Continue reading Bucks County Internist Named One of America’s Top Physicians