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2 Steps Toward Better and Safer Health Care: 

Step #1 Develop good communication with your health care team using this free download:

12 QUESTIONS You Should Ask Your Medical Professional

Step #2 Keep your own health record using the Personal Health Organizer 

A Complete Easy-to-Use System to Quickly Document 
Your Major Medical and Dental History

“I think everyone should have one of these…This is important…A great gift for someone who just had a baby.”
Jack Canfield, Bestselling Coauthor of the Chicken Soup for the Soul Series

“Just 30 minutes recording health details could save your life or the life of a loved one.”
Dr. David Friedman, Radio/TV Health Expert, National Bestselling Author of Food Sanity

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Welcome to Your Personal Health Organizer

Anne McAwley-LeDuc
RN, APRN

Today’s complex and overwhelming medical system requires us to advocate for ourselves and our families for better and safer health care. Are you prepared?

Ask yourself these questions:
• Think about the information your healthcare providers are always asking for. Do you have those answers readily available?
• Do your children have an individualized record of their childhood health history and their family history?
• Do you have a system to help you remember essential medical details? Will a caregiver have access to your health specifics?

If you answered “no” to any of these questions, I’m here to help you get prepared!
The Personal Health Organizer is a tool for documenting your major medical information throughout your lifetime. Having a written record provides easy access and recall to essential details when needed.

How do you know what’s major and essential? The Personal Health Organizer provides the format for what is most relevant in terms of your overall medical history, based on my professional knowledge as a nurse practitioner (APRN) and from my own personal experience of needing an organized system for myself and several family members.
In this age of computer network-based information, our data may not be accessible, as I personally found out during a medical crisis. Unfortunately, there is also the possibility of computer hacking and computer ransom. We cannot totally rely on hospital or medical office computers – vital medical details may not be available when needed and mistakes can happen.

We need to be proactive and keep our own written record of our health history. It’s never too early or too late to begin – start today! We need to be prepared to protect our most valuable commodity – health.

Thanks for visiting! Anne