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Great Lakes Physician Practice-GLPP Hosts Open House August 22

 

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Left to right: New physicians, Robert Bailey, MD; Lioudmila (Mila) Kaminiar, MD; Kelly McDonald, director of practice management, Great Lakes Physician Practice, JAMA-GLPP; Dorcas Lacayo, MD; and Christopher Srodawa, director lab services, UPMC Chautauqua WCA. Residents of Chautauqua County will get the chance to tour the inside of the newly renovated Great Lakes Physician Practice, JAMA-GLPP at a free open house for the public from 4 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, August 22.

Jamestown, New York (Wednesday, August 16, 2017)— Residents of Chautauqua County will get the chance to tour the inside of the newly renovated Great Lakes Physician Practice, JAMA-GLPP at a free open house for the public from 4 to 6 p.m., on Tuesday, August 22. 

Located at the Riverwalk Center Medical Mall at 15 S. Main St., Jamestown, the community open house is an opportunity to meet the physicians, tour the new and renovated facilities, and get important information about your personal health care. 

“We are excited to introduce our doctors and showcase the new renovated facilities,” said Kelly McDonald, MBA/HA, director of practice management, Great Lakes Physician Practice, JAMA-GLPP.  “Guests will meet Dr. Ifeoma Igboeli, our new general surgeon; and family practice physicians, Kaitlin Mae Ames, DO; Robert Bailey, MD; Lioudmila Kaminiar, MD, and Dorcas Lacayo, MD; who have joined our family practice staff.  These and other staff members are looking forward to meeting our residents.  This is a great opportunity to get answers to your personal health questions and learn more about prevention and treatment options for a spectrum of health issues.”

August 22 attendees can take a self-guided tour of the facilities including the UPMC Chautauqua WCA endoscopy and outpatient laboratory suites; tour Chautauqua Physical & Occupational Therapy’s therapy clinic and the Live Well Center; take advantage of free blood pressure screenings; and learn how to monitor your own blood pressure.  Guests can learn CPR techniques courtesy of Chautauqua County Health and Human Services.  Body mass index measurements will also be offered. 

Residents will receive a GLPP Med Bag that residents can take to his/her doctor’s appointments to organize medical papers, prescriptions, and medications.  To learn more about the open house, call 716-488-1878.  Free Chautauqua PT consultations can be scheduled in advance by calling 716-488-2322.

 

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Health screenings are part of the more than $892 million a year that UPMC provides in total IRS-defined community benefits, including more care to the Pittsburgh region’s most vulnerable citizens than any other health care institution. Over the past five years, UPMC has dedicated nearly $4 billion to community-focused programs and services, making a substantial impact for the well-being of the people who live, work, learn and raise their families in western Pennsylvania. The complete UPMC Community Benefits Report is available online at upmc.com.

 

 


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