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Dr. Delicia Haynes Inspires and Empowers Her Patients to Look and Feel Their Best from the Inside Out with A Lifestyle Medicine Approach

Recognized as a “trail blazer”, Dr. Haynes is leading a movement to revolutionize America’s healthcare system with the Direct Primary Care model.

Dr. Haynes has appeared on numerous media platforms, including

  • American Medical Association
  • WNDB Ask A Doctor Radio Show
  • Daytona Beach New Journal
  • The Volusia/Flagler Business Report
  • 3 Joy Gospel Radio Show

 

 

For media inquiries or to interview Dr. Delicia, please send your request to: media@familyfirsthealthcenter.com

Press Release: November 2015 – Dr. Delicia Haynes, Launches the Direct Primary Care Membership Model

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Dr. Delicia Haynes is a speaker on:

  • Revolutionizing America’s Healthcare System & the Direct Primary Care Model;
  • Lifestyle Medicine Approach; and
  • The Sacredness of the Doctor-Patient Relationship

As an accomplished medical physician, CEO, and award-winning business coach and mentor, Dr. Haynes brings expertise, insight and inspiration to her presentations.

She speaks to a broad range of audiences, including physicians, health care providers, and organizations supporting employee health.

She also speaks to individuals and families who are interested in the Direct Primary Care membership that provides a range of services for an affordable flat monthly rate.

Key topics include:

  • Super Charge Your Employee Benefits with Direct Primary Care
  • Living Diabetes Free Naturally
  • Dying On The Vine: Suicide and Depression Amongst Physicians
  • Love Yourself to Less: Integrated Medical Weight Loss

To inquire about booking Dr. Delicia Haynes to speak at your next event, please send your request to: drhaynes@familyfirsthealthcenter.com

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Daytona Beach National Council of Negro Women host annual Pretty Hat Tea

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DAYTONA BEACH – The Daytona Beach Section of the National Council of Negro Women recently hosted its annual Pretty Hat Tea.

The event is an opportunity for the group to bring women together to learn more about various health issues in a social environment.

Area physician Dr. Delicia Haynes was the guest speaker at the tea held at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University on April 23. Haynes, chief executive officer and founder of Family First Health Center in Daytona Beach, talked about the affects of depression and ways to recognize the symptoms.

Guest also were entertained by a troupe of students from Bethune-Cookman University, under the direction of Richard Adams, an assistant housing director at B-CU, that performed a re-imagined version of James Weldon Johnson’s poem “The Creation,” which looked at the beginnings of historical black colleges and universities.

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