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Spring Dine & Discuss Lecture Series Planned
Finger Lakes Health has announced the Spring Dine & Discuss Series with a new twist. Two of the programs will be the traditional evening dinner/lecture programs, while two others will offer afternoon programs with informal settings.

Terri Haskins, FNPC, will start the series on Monday, May 20 with the topic “Transitional Care: Your Prescription for Independence”. The program will educate attendees on what the Transitional Care Program is and what it does for patients. She also will describe the recently-renovated Transitional Care Unit at Living Center at Geneva-South. The program will begin with a 6 p.m. dinner in the Castle Ballroom at Belhurst Castle, Geneva. The program is $10 per person.

On Tuesday, May 28, Suellen Pineda, RDN, Cardiac Rehab nutritional counselor, will present a cooking demonstration in cooperation with Chef Raymond Szymanoski. The 2 p.m. program will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Geneva General Hospital. The event will be held at the Ramada Inn – Geneva Lakefront, Geneva, where Szymanoski is the chef. This program will include light refreshments. The cost is $5 per person.

“Osteoporosis Prevention and Treatment: Promoting Healthy Bones” will be presented on Thursday, June 6, 6 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, Waterloo. Mignon Enecilla, M.D., family medicine physician with FLH Medical, PC in Geneva and Waterloo, and Helen Wong, M.D., orthopedic surgeon with Interlakes Orthopaedic Surgery, PC, Geneva and Clifton Springs, and medical director of the Osteoporosis Center of the Finger Lakes, Geneva, will collaborate on this program. The physicians will offer information on the basics of osteoporosis prevention and treatment and keeping bones healthy. Registrants also will learn about Finger Lakes Health’s new Osteoporosis Center. The program includes a full meal for $10 per person.

On Tuesday, June 11, the trio of Patricia Cochrane, BS, RN, CDE, Finger Lakes Health diabetes educator; Amanda Tourtellotte, RD, CDN, diabetes dietician, and Philipp Wirth, M.D., internal medicine physician with FLH Medical, PC in Waterloo, will present Diabetes Dialogue. The 4 p.m. program will be held at the Holiday Inn, Waterloo. Registrants are invited to join in this forthright talk about diabetes with experts certified in diabetes, nutrition and internal medicine. Learn what to do if already diagnosed with diabetes, how to prevent diabetes, and the services Finger Lakes Health offers to help diabetics and their families. This program will include light refreshments for $5 per person.

Reservations and payment for these programs are required a minimum of three business days in advance. Reservations can be made online at www.flhealth.org/events or by calling (315) 787-4636 or (315) 531-2053.
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