Newsman Quiñones to speak at Stockton

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John Quiñones

GALLOWAY – Emmy Award-winning newsman John Quiñones will discuss diversity, inclusion and the health impact of discriminatory behaviors Monday, Sept. 24 at the Richard Stockton College Campus Center.

The anchor of ABC News’ “What Would You Do?” will participate in an AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center event 4:30-7:45 p.m. that will also feature a panel discussion.

Registration starts at 4 p.m.

AtlantiCare panelists include breast cancer surgeon Dr. Anjeanette Brown, Special Care Center Director Dr. Ines Digenio, hospitalist program director Dr. Anthony Macchiavelli, family physician Dr. Ephrem Hector Paradela and Behavioral Health Outpatient Services Clinical Director Cydney Savage.

The event is billed as being of particular interest to medical professionals and volunteers. It will offer educational credits for physicians, physician assistants, medical residents, nurses and other allied healthcare professionals.

To register or for information call (888) 569-1000 or see www.atlanticare.org. Registration is $25 for the general public, $10 for AtlantiCare staff and physicians and Stockton students and staff.

Hors d’oeuvres will be available.


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