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01/25/2013 in news
The first ever Queens Pediatric Symposium-starring the Bayside office of ENTA, PM Pediatrics and Pediatric EYE MD- draws over 50 participants!
The symposium was planned to offer the Queens medical community an opportunity to learn about recent advances and leading-edge diagnoses and therapy for common problems encountered in daily pediatric practice. At the completion of the symposium, pediatricians and other healthcare professionals enhanced their skills and competence in patient care and medical knowledge.
The event, which also featured several medical suppliers as co-sponsors, was held at Queens College on January 16th, 2013. Dr. Andrew Blank moderated and emceed the event, while Dr. Tamekia Wakefield, Dr. Brian Safier, Dr. Gerald Suh (of ENTA's Bayside office), Dr. Jeffery Schor (of PM Pediatrics) and Dr. Eric Lichtenstein (of PediatricEyeMD) presented talks.
Five presentations were given:
To review the five presentations, please click on the links below: