Doylestown Health's popular three-part series features coffee and a health discussion led by experienced Doylestown Health providers. Each program takes place in the VIA Auditorium at The Health and Wellness Center in Warrington, PA. Programs are FREE and registration is recommended.
Join us for coffee, dessert and lively discussions about the latest health topics on September 18, October 23 and November 13 at 7 pm.
Speak Up: Age-Related Hearing Loss
Monday, September 18 – 7 pm
1 in 3 adults over age 60 experience hearing loss as they age. Join Sean Smullen, MD, and Julie Roper, MA, to learn about the causes of hearing loss, and innovations in treatment.
The Latest Preventive Health Screenings and Innovative Treatment Options
Monday, October 23 – 7 pm
Part of Pink Party: A Breast Health Event for Every Woman
Take control of your breast health. Join breast surgeon Donna Angotti, MD, FACS, and radiologist Michele Kopach, MD, to learn about strategies for breast cancer prevention, updates in screening guidelines and innovations in breast cancer treatment.
A Pinch of Protection: Vaccines & Screenings for Adults
Monday, November 13 – 7 pm
You never outgrow the need for vaccines. Join Nicole Geracimos, MD, to learn about recommended immunizations and screening guidelines as you age.
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