We have some exciting news to share with you! In order to provide better service, we have updated/upgraded our phone system. This means that we will also be getting new phone numbers for our clinics. While we know this can seem challenging, we have the old numbers and new numbers working simultaneously over the course of the next 3-6 months. We want this transition to be as streamlined as possible. Listed below are our new phone numbers. Please update your records accordingly. Thank you!
530-999-9010 Big Valley Health Center
530-999-9011 Big Valley Dental
530-999-9012 Big Valley Billing
530-999-9020 Fall River Valley Health Center
530-999-9030 Burney Health Center
530-999-9031 Burney Dental Center
530-999-9040 Mt Shasta Health Center
530-999-9050 Weed Health Center
530-999-9060 Tulelake Health Center
530-999-9070 Butte Valley Health Center
530-999-9071 Butte Valley Dental
Mountain Valleys Health Centers is pleased to share their doors are opening June 3rd at their new Fall River Valley Health Center located at 43658 State Hwy 299 E., Fall River Mills, CA 96028. In order to provide better service to patients, the clinic will be upgrading their phone system along with a new phone number. The new phone number for the Fall River Valley Health Center will be 530-999-9020. The old phone number will roll over for 3-6 months.
Special thanks to our amazing community friends for attending our Fall River Valley Health Center Open House on Monday! It was a huge success. Thank you Shasta County Supervisor, Mary Rickert, for your continued support of this project. Thank you Big Valley Market for doing a fabulous job catering the food. And congrats to Beth Mann on winning the raffle drawing. We open doors June 3rd!!
Please join us for this special event. All are welcome! In order to serve our patients better, our phone system will be upgraded. This means we will be getting new phone numbers at all of our clinics. The new Fall River Valley Health Center phone number will be 530-999-9020. The old and new phone number will work simultaneously. We want the transition period to be gradual over the next 3-6 months. Thank you!
WHO: For MVHC’s chronic pain and MAT program patients WHAT: FREE Tai Chi classes WHEN: Every Wednesday from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm-STARTING MARCH 6th! WHERE: Rising Sun Fit Club at 37116 Main St. Burney, CA WHY: Tai Chi is a preventative and curative branch of Chinese medicine, with many studies showing its health benefits for a wide range of physical and emotional challenges, including those relating to chronic pain conditions.
WHAT IS TAI CHI? Tai Chi is a moving meditation. Tai Chi is a lesson in “mindful” movement. Tai Chi is the integration of mind, body, and spirit. Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art and exercise consisting of slow, relaxed movements for total self-development: for the body it is an exercise; for the mind it is a study in concentration, will power and visualization; and for the soul, it is a system of spiritual meditation. Through the practice of Tai Chi you will develop muscular strength, body control, sensitivity, timing, improved balance and posture, and a grounding, calming, and centering of your body and of your mind. Michelle will be teaching the Yang style short form. This form can be easily modified for all fitness levels and physical limitations. Tai Chi movements and breathing techniques can even be performed while sitting in a chair. EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO PARTICIPATE!
MEET YOUR TAI CHI INSTRUCTOR MICHELLE PETERSON Michelle works in MVHC’s behavioral health dept. as an integrated services specialist and community educator. She is a Texas LCDC (Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor). Michelle has over 30 yrs. experience as a health and fitness instructor, personal trainer, and martial arts instructor. She has toured nationally as a wellness expert, presenter, motivational speaker, and instructor trainer. Michelle is the owner of PROTECT Institute of Self-Defense and has appeared on Oprah, as Oprah’s pick for top female self-defense instructor.
Please email Michelle @ email@example.com to register for, or with any questions concerning, the Tai chi classes. A very special thank you to Rising Sun Fit Club owner, Megan Howard, for graciously providing the space and time for the Tai Chi classes.
Mountain Valleys Health Centers (MVHC), seeks to sustain and enhance the quality of life in rural America by advancing an understanding of rural issues. Through its various programs and initiatives, MVHC strongly supports the continuing education of our rural youth. The 2019 scholarship application is available here.
Mountain Valleys Health Centers is pleased to announce one of our physicians, Dr. Daniel Dahle, has been named Country Doctor of the Year!!
The Staff Care Country Doctor of the Year Award is presented annually to physicians who embody the spirit of America’s rural providers through their devotion, excellence, and unparalleled patient care. There were numerous submissions nationwide and Mountain Valleys would like to congratulate Dr. Dahle on this prestigious award.
“We are ecstatic for Dr. Dahle,” says Dave Jones, CEO for Mountain Valleys. “He has been with Mountain Valleys Health Centers for over 30 years and we are extremely grateful to have him on staff. I can’t think of a more deserving physician to receive this award. We would also like to invite our patients and friends to join us for an award ceremony on Friday, April 12, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. It will be a special day to celebrate Dr. Dahle and all are welcome. The ceremony will be at the Big Valley High School gymnasium in Bieber, CA.” Read the press release from Staff Care by clicking the link here.
The Staff Care Country Doctor of the Year Award is presented annually to physicians who embody the spirit of America’s rural providers through their devotion, excellence, and unparalleled patient care. There were over 60 submissions nationwide and Mountain Valleys would like congratulate Dr. Dahle on being a provisional finalist! On Tuesday, January 15, 2019, representatives from Staff Care interviewed patients, job shadowed Dr. Dahle, and were given tours of the Big Valley Health Center and Mayers Memorial Hospital District. The day was quite compelling and teary eyes were abundant as beloved stories were told of Dr. Dahle’s unprecedented patient care. Please stay tuned for more details in the next few weeks on the final selection announcement.