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Press & Media
Huntington Town Supervisor Chad Lupinacci and New York State Senator-elect Jim Gaughran (center, left and right) cut the ribbon on Apex Rehabilitation & Healthcare’s new dialysis unit. They were joined by (left to right) Anabelle Mazzochi, RN, Director of Nursing at Apex; Anthony Intintoli, MD, Apex’s Clinical Medical Director; Leah Oberlander; Mindy Bresky and Christine Kippley, Huntington Hospital; Apex owner Leo Oberlander; Rabbi Vaisfische; Dr. Allen Kaufman, Chief Medical Officer, DialyzeDirect; and Marc Hassan, CDM, CFPP, Director of Dietary,...
Toolkit for Independence: Tips and Techniques for Your Medical Practice, a dinner symposium providing the region’s independent physicians with information to enable their practices to thrive, drew more than 80 independent medical providers on Thursday, January 10. The event was organized and hosted by healthcare marketing firm PrescRXptive Communications, LLC, and billing and medical consulting company E Central Medical Management. The event included educational roundtables on coding and billing, legal issues inherent in running a medical practice, and mergers and acquisitions....
Do you remember your first job? Mine was working behind the counter at Roy Rogers, a fast food chain that was popular in the early 80s. I was 16 years old, although I looked 12, and I had just gotten my working papers. I was a cashier and occasionally worked on food prep. I had to wear a short red bandana print skirt, a white blouse, and a cowboy hat. When a customer approached my register, I was supposed to say, “Howdy, partner.” And when I handed them the brown plastic tray or white paper bag containing their order, my parting words were to be, “Happy trails!” I can’t remember how long...
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