We looked inside some of the tweets by @BayCare and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Is motherhood leaving you bleary eyed? Try our support group for new moms. http://ow.ly/2b3X50wsuIH
Join Trisha and the 88,331 women in the Tampa Bay area who received mammograms from BayCare last year and who agree that fighting breast cancer is in our hands. It’s easy to make a screening mammogram appointment at one of our 20 locations. #InOurHands http://ow.ly/z4aJ50wsuOz
Putting our best foot forward! Our team members proudly supported the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks today in Pasco and Polk counties. #MakingStrides
Are you a new grandparent? Learn about the latest recommendations in infant and newborn care. http://ow.ly/mQyb50wsuqt
SJH President Kimberly Guy joins the panel of female leaders defining health care at the sold out @Tampa_Chamber’s Women’s Series. Thanks for having us!
BayCare partners with Tampa Bay clinics to provide medical care to the uninsured and underinsured. http://ow.ly/GnlK30dhtmq
#Medicare doesn't have to be complicated. Learn about options and which meets your health care needs. http://ow.ly/ku7o50wsu6Z
Your family medical history can help predict your risk for cancer. Speak with relatives to learn family history. http://ow.ly/dK2t30dnaXS
Our certified fitting specialists are available to assist in post mastectomy forms and garment fittings. Learn more about A Place For Her. http://ow.ly/6R1f50wstKB
There are pros and cons for different sleeping positions. Which may be best for you? http://ow.ly/xaGf50wstje
We received great social feedback about our new billboards, so we thought we'd share a few more! They're our way of helping you know where to go if you're injured or sick, with a bit of humor 🙂
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