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Navigate Your Healthcare Series Begins March 31

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WHMOLogoHow can you take charge of your healthcare? What is MRSA? These are just some of the topics that you can expect to get answers for in the first session of Navigate Your Healthcare on Thursday, March 31, at 6:00 pm at Ward Melville Heritage Organization’s Educational and Cultural Center in Stony Brook Village. The guest speaker will be Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., who will discuss “Infectious Disease.” John Kominicki, President and Publisher of Long Island Business News will moderate.

The distinguished list of speakers is as impressive and timely as the topics, and specialists in their fields will be represented from Stony Brook University Medical Center as well as Beth Israel Hospital and the Smithsonian Institution. Each session is $25 per person and includes a buffet dinner by Mirabelle. Call (631) 689-5888 for reservations and visit www.wmho.org for full program details.

March 31
Infectious Disease: Should We Be Concerned About World Disasters and Infectious Disease?
Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., President, Stony Brook University; Moderator: John Kominicki, President and Publisher, Long Island Business News

April 5
Humans vs. Germs: Have We Gone Too Far?
Nancy Tomes, Professor, Department of History, Stony Brook University; Carla Keirns, Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine, Medicine and History, Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Bioethics, Stony Brook University

April 14
Navigating the Healthcare System: Take Charge! Get Insight on the Healthcare Business
Jack Coulehan, Emeritus Professor of Preventive Medicine and Senior Fellow of the Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Bioethics, Stony Brook University; Steven L. Strongwater, CEO, Stony Brook University Hospital; Steven Feldman, Director, Managed Care, Stony Brook University Medical Center

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