Join Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Doctor On Demand on October 27, at 12 PM EST for a discussion about the upcoming cold and flu season, and how COVID-19 might have an impact.
Here’s what you can learn:
- About cold, flu, and COVID 19
- The Delta Variant: impact and information
- How to protect yourself and your family
- Risks of COVID-19 for children
- Vaccine safety
- COVID-19 immunity and the vaccine
- Resources available to Doctor On Demand members
Dr. Prentiss Taylor is board-certified in Preventive Medicine as well as in Internal Medicine and Vice President for Medical Affairs at Doctor On Demand. Prentiss is an honors graduate of Harvard University and of Harvard Medical School. He trained at the University of Chicago Hospitals and at Rush University Medical Center for his postgraduate years. He has worked for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois and United Healthcare. He most recently was Medical Director at Advocate Aurora Health Care. He raises scholarship funds for disadvantaged minority medical students
Dr. Jennifer Young is an Assistant Medical Director, Primary Care, Doctor On Demand Dr. Jennifer Young is a board certified Internist and the Assistant Medical Director of Primary Care at Doctor On Demand. She brings many years of experience in various primary care settings to her role as Assistant Medical Director. At Doctor On Demand, she treats patients and has helped to shape the design of the Virtual Primary Care Program. Prior to coming to Doctor On Demand, she has served as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine
They will answer your questions, and share a symptom tracker for the cold, flu, allergies, and COVID-19.