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Your Cookeville Lending Branch is now open!
– We are very proud to announce that UCFCU opened a fourth branch office on September 10, 2018. This latest location will primarily operate as a loan office and will specialize in opening accounts for members who are borrowing money to purchase land, a building lot, home, mobile home, or new and/or used automobile. This office will also specialize in refinancing or consolidating payments to help members meet their long-term financial goals. Members can also sign up at the Cookeville office for convenient services such as home banking, bill pay, mobile deposit, ATM and debit cards.
The new office is located at the heart of downtown Cookeville just off the courthouse square. The address is 228 E Broad St., Suite 110, Cookeville, TN 38501
. We do hope you stop by and meet our staff in Cookeville as well as the staff at the other credit union locations in Clarkrange and Crossville!
Flu Season will be here soon!
- Lisa C., Infection Prevention with Cumberland Medical Center offered the following information to help prevent the flu. “Influenza is currently at minimal activity in Tennessee, according to the CDC’s FluView map. We have seen a few cases over the summer months. The Flu doesn’t usually peak until January or February although in the 2017-2018 season we started seeing a big increase of cases in late December. It is early yet but flu season is just around the corner. Last year was a rough year with the flu. I hope this year will be a little better. Here are some suggestions that might help lessen our risk of catching the flu.
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- Frequently wash your hands or use hand sanitizer.
- Cover your cough and sneeze with your arm, not with your hand. Doing so will prevent spread of germs.
- Reduce your risk for getting infected by limiting public outings, trips, visits, etc.
- Clean and disinfect surfaces in your home often.
- Drink plenty of fluids for hydration. Water is best.
- Take over-the-counter medicine for symptoms and visit your primary care provider if you feel the need to do so.
- Anyone with flu-like symptoms such as fever, aches, sore throat, cough, or serious stomach issues are encouraged not to visit places where they can transmit their germs to others.
- Children and seniors are more susceptible to catching the flu. Therefore, they are encouraged to limit visits to the hospital, physician offices, pharmacies, etc.
- If you need to get out while you’re sick, wear a mask or use a tissue to limit the spread of germs. The hospital has masks available upon entry. Please ask a nurse if you need one.
- People are often infected before they have symptoms. Their contagious period usually ends 24 hours after they are fever-free (without medicine) or respiratory symptoms.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends getting a flu shot annually for everyone 6 months of age and older. Flu shots also are recommended for use in pregnant women and people with chronic health conditions.
- Did You Know? That you have access to over 30,000 Surcharge free ATM’s across the United States? That is right your credit union is a part of the Co-Op ATM’s. You can use your credit union ATM’s or any of the 87 other ATM’s that is within a 50 mile radius around our Main Branch. Traveling? Check out this website www.co-opatm.org to see where you can access an ATM Surcharge Free. Or you can call 1.888.748.3266, text a zip code to 91989 (services are free of charge, however standard data/SMS fees may apply) or download the app to your iPhone