November 13, 2013

Gordon Hospital hosts free Dinner with the Doctors Seminar

CALHOUN — Gordon Hospital invites the community to a free Dinner with the Doctors Seminar. The featured topic will be Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

The free seminar will be held Thursday, Nov. 21, beginning at 6 p.m. in Gordon Hospital’s Conference Room E. A free meal will be served, but reservations are required to ensure that enough food is prepared. To make your reservation, please call (706) 602-7800, ext. 2305.

The program will be presented by Suzette Chin from Respiratory Consultants of Georgia. Following an informative presentation, Chin will also offer a question and answer session for the attendees.

In addition to Chin’s presentation, the staff from the Cardiopulmonary Department of Gordon Hospital will be offering a variety of screenings and assessments.

“Anyone who is suffering from COPD, as well as their family members and loved ones, is encouraged to attend this free seminar,” says Gordon Hospital’s Cardiopulmonary Department Director Cindy Davis. “This is a very informative presentation and we are thrilled that Dr. Chin is sharing her knowledge and expertise with us.”


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