Lankenau Hosts 3rd Annual ‘What’s Hot in Healthcare?’ at Plymouth Country Club

On
Wednesday, June 4, members of the community gathered together for
“What’s Hot in Healthcare? A Conversation about Prevention, New
Treatments and Technology.” Lankenau Medical Center,
part of Main Line Health (MLH), donor and Club Secretary/Treasurer,
James “Skip” Oliver, Esq., generously hosted the presentation and
dinner, held at Plymouth Country Club.

This was the third “conversation-style” event that gives attendees open
access to an expert panel of physicians. Joseph M. DiMino, Director of
Health/Medical Director at Montgomery County Health Department,
moderated the panel. The panel members consisted of Paul
M. Coady, MD
, Interventional Cardiologist at Lankenau
Heart Institute
; Darlene
Gaynor-Krupnick, DO
, urology/pelvic medicine and reconstruction at Lankenau
Medical Center
; John H.
Marks, MD
, Chief of Colon and Rectal Surgery at Lankenau
Medical Center
; Firas A.
Saidi, MD
, Internal Medicine/Geriatrics at Lankenau
Medical Center
; and Deebeanne
M. Tavani
, DO, PhD, Chief of Endocrinology at Main Line Health.

More than 120 members of the community attended the program to find
answers to their questions about cardiovascular care, cancer treatments,
new technologies, procedures and disease prevention.

For information about programs and services offered at Lankenau
Medical Center
and across Main Line Health, visit mainlinehealth.org
or call 1.866.CALL.MLH.