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Flu vaccines are now available!
Please call our office at 410-554-6489 opt. 4 or send a message via the patient portal to schedule your flu vaccine appointment.
Over the years, Dr. Randolph has established a superior reputation for providing thorough, effective, and efficient care. Dr. Randolph’s specific interests are men's health, hypertension, and diabetes.
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Reduce Your Risk for COPD
If you are concerned about developing COPD, you can take steps to reduce your risk.
- Quit smoking for good by finding support, programs, and resources through the American Lung Association.
- Avoid secondhand smoke exposure.
- Stay up to date with your COVID-19, flu, and pneumonia vaccinations. Vaccinations help protect you against respiratory viruses.
- If you are exposed to chemicals, dust and fumes through your workplace, use appropriate protective equipment and attend safety training.
COPD is a progressive disease, and it can get worse overtime. If you have risk factors for COPD or are experiencing symptoms, do not wait to talk to your healthcare provider. The earlier you are diagnosed with COPD, the sooner treatment can begin.
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