UMDNJ School of Osteopathic Medicine - Articulations Yearbook (Stratford, NJ)

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2 □□□ □□□ □□□ 7 lyjsom OR KADER D F HURLEY OR BLAC CWELL DR ROGERS PR STAUBS 3 2 THE DR5 SWEENEY Not -pictured: Dc ' PoIIclcK , Pr Pak, Pc Worley 2., T r. S+ouub Z, and -the Lover a. groop prance, ANNA ALBERICI, D.O. From inability to let well alone; from too much zeal for the new and contempt for what is old; from putting knowledge before wisdom, science before art, and cleverness before common sense; from treating patients as cases, and from making the cure of the disease more grievous than the endurance of the same, Good Lord , deliver us. -Sir Robert Hutchison 19th Century 35 TIMOTHY L. ALLEN, D.O. To Kath4- Thank ou, lo€4nQ therE . " TKoAk yoix -for- you ove 4- sofrPOf-t • Love. Tirv Piro- Allen Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Piro of Black- wood announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen M. Piro, to Timothy L. Allen of Voorhees. He is the son of Rose Allen-Clark of Pough- keepsie, N Y. The future bride is a graduate of Highland Regional High School in Blackwood and Camden County Col- lege, where she received an asso- ciate ' s degree in medical-laboratory technology. She ;s a medical-labora- tory technician at Kennedy Memo- rial Hospitals in Stratford. Her fiance is a graduate of Roose- velt High School in New York. He is a medical student at Kennedy Univer- sity Medical Center in Stratford. A May wedding is planned. SYLVIA BARALT, D. O w j «uour Ioyc d nd support ttirouqh. T osc yeajrfe aril 1 oxt -you? Ho Tkvy jrxcn s: •J don ' t ia.V£. £.T)OU£ h. TOOTH §OT a.7) oj -30UT ) lc iire t lr Sharif fcrr maJVtncj - ho«. -yca.T5 t o£ only .bearable , D love- ou. GARY BRATTELLI, D.O. l(sfi Ao v c corfie tfvnyuyjl coy mwxA fxofie, fuour JL cuorA cxW (XL 39 MAUREEN ELIZABETH MAGUIRE CONTI, D. O. " £p Tnorri dd-aL u ho fltlpcime to 5-oY cfi. to b Wni p rxctocd STEFANIE CARA CRASNER, D. LAWRENCE DAVANZO, D. O. A PHYSICIAN ' S PRAYER Lord, Thou Great Physician, I kneel • before Thee. " Since every good and perfect gift n come from Thee, I pray: ' . Gioe skill to my hand, clear Distort to my ? t mind, kindness and sympathy to rnyisk heart -.vjVi ' -f sypI iGloe me singleness ofpurjhse, v slreh iut jjio lift at least part of the burden o, t suffering fellowman, and a tnie% realization of the rare privilege t ils ' minelM I Take from my heart all fguUeand looridliness ' - with " the simple ' ANNABELLE BELLO DIMAPILIS, D.O. To those who ftttewJ nmfee thl5 rmm a, to Qaiy, for hii -faith, rea uranrx andL (ova, -for their undcrjtaTiding and support, arut cApeaafty to my JVtom and T axl, for their patience, hope, encouragement and low, ELIZABETH A. EDGE, D. O. JOSE C. FLORES, D.O. 4S PAUL GRENA, D. O. Id t ott dad, llianK you for tiu oppor urufy aiTi% i Sritridp for 4ty.tr support, loire,. SUSAN HINCHLIFFE, D. O MARGARET L. HURLEY, D. O. I Thanks . Steoc -for kxit o rny Ust iriMfor . and D°A Ribux for qwuvi Hhalr losrc and -Utve. io ufafchomef our drtVJren. [Y cyy and Dad. -for tVma rvcthe. ?afker arcL LDyndharn bar io Wru howve. -fe at Ke end of iKe day and -for-aU. tht joy X rtc£j . ' u -fflprn bt»V ljout Jv orn. ROBERT INNOCENZI, D. O. JOHN JUHL, D. O. Xedical Procedures Considered Barbaric by the Year 2020 DDelivery from Lithotomy Position 2) Neonatal surgery w o analgesia including circumcision 3) 90 c „ of geriatric CPR 4) 95% of Laminectomies 5) Radiation therapy? RICHARD KARDELL, D. O. 56 i RICHARD KADER, Ho iny temihj especially ' Pau ' U- lh.acriV§ W all -your love v L TS.T ' love goul! SARAH LEE, D. O. Hippy -tosefhe-r!! ! 58 Knowledge m Sjotsi st fron toeing on , have oft ' ar{v? tip connec- tion. tynomUdge, (Wll ? In m p UJi doTT inTntnd attentive -to " UJLHfn X uja.s oTrt-y a. Utile 3 rl Exploring T TrverlcaL mllh Vit DOUG LEONARD, D VINCENT LUVERA, D. O. A axlvng chllar e,l : iK nH {or HaTiTKj tfy faith i° believe, in ?Ue dTl( courage, -to persevere and endure i) t hard- ship? placed upon o er ihe pd t four ;y a7 . ? l h.ough £ dtepla ed nn-y ajjeo ion ail too infrequently ,1 love -you all - Hary, Yinmie, ?ana, U? and pebbie- xitrij dearly! LORETTA MUELLER, D. O. MICHELE NITTI, D. O ELAINE RANCATORE, D. O Promise Yourself — To be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind. — To talk health, happiness and prosperity to every person you meet. — To make all your friends feel that there is some- thing in them. — To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true. — To think only of the best, to work only for the best and expect only the best. — To be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own. — To forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater achievements of the future. — To wear a cheerful countenance at all times and give every living creature you meet a smile. — To give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others. — To be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear, and too happy to permit the presence of trouble. KRISTONE CHARLES STAUBS, D. O. MARK J. STONE, D. The nurse handed the doctor a chart, and the doctor translated the long and the short of it to Raleigh. The long of it was several para- graphs of thoroughly obscure Latin-rooted words, for which the doc- tor had paid so many thousands of dollars in tuition that naturally he wanted to use as many as possible. (And truly they were very valuable words, as valuable and powerful as any other priestly mumbo jumbo — for they meant the considerable difference between his income and that of the nurse, compelling the nurse to call him " sir " , and obey his orders to hand him things that were six inches away.) So the doctor got his money ' s worth out of the long of it. m SAMUEL STREIT, D. O 74 75 THOMAS SPRAGUE, D. O. FUTURE ADDRESSES Sirike Aasmaa 20 Lakewood Drive Mountain Lakes, NJ 07046 Anna Albenci 904 Forbes Street Turnersville, NJ 08012 Timothy Allen 109G Colonial Drive Shillington, PA 19607 Sylvia Baralt Atlantic City Medical Center Atlantic City, NJ Martin Blackwell 93 Minnisink Road Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849 Gary Bratelli 15 Colby Avenue Stratford, NJ 08084 Gary Brunvoll Metropolitan Hospital — Central Philadelphia, PA Teri Chapman 8 Joan Ree Terrace Bayonne, NJ 07022 Maureen Conti 328 Partridge Run Mountainside. NJ 07092 Lawrence Davanzo KMH-UMC Stratford, NJ 08084 Paul Grena 301 St. James Ave. Merchantville, NJ 08109 Sue Hinchliffe 7 Hawthorne Lane Willingboro, NJ 08046 Brenda Holcomb Union Hospital Union, NJ Peggy Hurley 106 Watkins Ave. Woodbury, NJ 08096 Robert Innocenzi 58 Holly Knoll Drive Trenton, NJ 08619 John Juhl 501 Gate Hill Road Stony Point, NY 10980 Richard Kader 35 Vanderbilt Court Sicklerville, NJ 08081 Richard Kardell 168 Dobbs Drive Hi-Nella, NJ 08083 Sarah Lee 6 Jone Drive Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632 Doug Leonard 6309 Browning Road Pennsauken, NJ 08110 H. Rae Pak Union Hospital Union, NJ Athanasios Papastamelos 14 Westminster Drive Voorhees, NJ 08043 Lex Pendino 301 Susan Drive Cinnaminson, NJ 08077 Larry Pollack KMH-UMC Stratford, NJ 08084 Felix Ramiriez 923 Monroe Avenue Elizabeth, NJ 07201 Elaine Rancatore 9-2 Kings Row Apts. Lindenwold, NJ 08021 James Rogers KMH-UMC Stratford, NJ 08084 Thomas Sprague University Hospital Newark, NJ Charles Staubs 806 Fifth Street New Brighton, PA 15066 Mark Stone 109 Hillside Avenue Verona, NJ 07044 Annabelle Dimapilis 305 Royal Oak Ave. Cherry Hill, NJ 08022 Elizabeth Edge 222 Skylands Road Ringwood, NJ 07456 Jose Flores 40 Randolph Ave. Dover, NJ Roy Frieband Atlantic City Medical Center Atlantic City, NJ Debra Fullan KMH-UMC Stratford, NJ 08084 Vince Luvera 352 Homestead Road Belle Mead, NJ 08502 Silvia Menendez 24 Barnard Place Elizabeth, NJ 07208 Stefanie Crasner KMH-UMC Stratford, NJ 08084 Loretta Mueller KMH-UMC Stratford, NJ 08084 Michele Nitti 540 Academy Road Maplewood, NJ 07040 Sam Streit 4516 Society Hill Estates Lindenwold, NJ 08021 Lance Sweeney 3 East Union Street Bordentown, NJ 08505 Bruce Tenner 118 Laurel Hill Apts. Lindenwold, NJ 08021 Andrea Weil KMH-UMC Stratford, NJ 08084 7S 7 ' ) t CLASS OF 1989 Jerry Baratta Deborah Bayer Deborah Meiss Bricker Felix Brizuela Gregory Broslawski Susan Calandra Carolyn Hans Cegielski Susan Cislo Charles Clinch Charles DeBarardinis Michelina DeSanti Monica Farinella Elisa Feingold Nelayda Fonte Paul Frascella Glenn Goldstein Jack Gould Susan Green Willa Greenberg Richard Iannacone Ronald Iannacone Richard Kardon Karen Kowalenko Susan Lage Lisa Lindquist Richard Lucarelli Kevin Lukenda Vera Masutti Barbara Matakevich William Morrow Christian Nahas Karen Nowikas James Ofeldt Michael Peters Marilyn Pinheiro Steven Poulis Pamela Raring Jeffrey Rednor Mark Risi Carol Ash Russomano Filomena Scavina Joseph Schulman Paul Scibetta Philip Scribano Scott Shreve Kenneth Simon Zenon Switenko Mark Tuccillo Brian Van Grouw Lydia Vender John Villa Debra Werner Joseph Zuback 80 CLASS OF 1990 Karen Ackerman Mike Howard Achina Palanki Victor M. Almeida Michael Huss Anna Pavlik Anthony C. Andalft Jeffry Jacobs Thomas J. Pericles Christopher Baldi Mark Juhn Lisa Petriccione Craig Bartlett David Kaderis Jeff Pierce Nicholas Betha Peter Khouri Luzmary Pineros Christopher Boni John Kurek Robert J. Rubino Elizabeth Ann Burns Matthew Kurlan Steven Ruiz Antonio Ciccone Jeffrey Leichter Barry Shapiro Michael F. Collito William Madison Steven A. Stein Peter Cotey Richard J. Malone Steven Stellmacher Mary M. Cuellari Margaret E. Marcinik Paul A. Stevenson Joseph Daniel Serge Marinkovic Isam Tadros Frank J. DeMartino Maureen McTigue Steven Tenner Jeanne L. DeMoss Karl A. Miller Scott Thomas David DeRemigio Scott Milstein Catherine Trader Kendall Fedorko Kathleen Moses-Galatro Gregg Tuttle Frank Flores Scott F. Nadler Mark Welber Joseph Fuiliana Greg Neumann Robert P. Wooton Andrew Futowski Elizabeth Noyes James Wyman Tiffany Harada Michael W. O ' Hara 83 CLASS OF 1991 Jeffrey Aleski Susan M. Ferranti Joseph Russo Padmavathy Alii Francesco Florio Charles S. Salkeld Patricia A. Androvich Robert W. Freeman Myra Schached Nicholas J. Angelastro David J. Guzik Stephen M. Scheintha John J. Armstrong Patricia R. Kasica Michael A. Sciarra Eve Anne Ashby June A. Kepler Susan Sharma Gregory A. Bahtiarian Donald L. Krampetz Glenn S. Sherman Linda Barra Isabel G. Kuhar Thomas J. Stack Christine P. Boyd Adam D. Kurtin Richard P. Stewart Rodney C. Brunson Monica A. Lilore Natalie Tsigonis Lynn P. Buchanan Edelfonso R. Mendez Daniel J. Weeks Sallie A. Carrington Caridad B. Millares Gebrewahid Woldu Stacy J. Castaldi Wendy Miller John J. Wolozen Kenneth H. Chen Zubair Mohammed Raymond A. Wood Ralph Cifaldi Marylee Mundell Michelle B. Woolaver Rosa Coppolecchia Regina L. Omrani John M. Yavorsky Daniel Coty Paula Ann Ormando Jill S. Young Elizabeth A. Crickard Margherita Pandolfo Concetta Zecca Nancy S. Deacon Jaime Perez Gina M. Delcurla Abigail A. Pudpud 84 ADMINISTRATION I STAFF S3 It is with great pride that I congratulate you, the UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic Medicine ' s graduating Class of 1988. Since its humble beginnings just a decade ago, it has become a proud tradition at UMDNJ-SOM for our students to consistently score at the top among osteopathic medical schools. The class of ' 88 has steadfastly upheld this standard of excellence that has helped SOM continue its rapid evolution as the nation ' s number one osteopathic medical school. You are among the last classes to have a split campus. By the year 1990, the UMDNJ-SOM will be unified on one Southern New Jersey site. Construction begins this summer on our second new building at Stratford; and two more will follow soon. When you return to your alma mater in the future and see the campus, its buildings nestled conveniently together, you ' ll marvel at how you managed to shuttle back and forth between Piscataway to Stratford during your first two years of medical school. The future ahead of you is bright. But, there are no shortages of obstacles to overcome, nor challenges to be met. You have learned the latest technology and the newest techniques. You have at your disposal, prevention and treatment modalities that were unheard of, even a ge neration ago. Pharmaceutical developments and computer technology continues to advance and extend the healing skills you now possess. Yet, there are new frontiers for you to brave; different challenges to meet. Former generations of physicians were charged with solving the problems of deadly childhood diseases and baffling infection. Today, your challenge is to find answers for other mysteries, such as AIDS, aging and mental disorders. New technology empowers you to save and sustain life as never before. Now, you must help your patients enrich the quality of that life, so that it is worth living. You have deposited in your bank of knowledge sound principles of wellness. Now, in practice, you will build with your patients the trust and two-way communications that are needed before they are persuaded to follow those principles. Exotic pharmaceutical developments make miracles possible every day. But, no drug can ever take the place of the healing hands of a well-trained, attentive and dedicated physician. Many new physicians graduate this year; well-schooled and prepared to practice medicine. But, health care in the 21st century will demand a special kind of medicine. Osteopathic medicine. The kind of medicine that has distinguished the osteopathic physician for more than a century. The holistic, hands-on brand of medicine that sets you, the Class of ' 88, apart from all the others. The challenge is great, but the rewards are without measure. I know that each and every one of you will make us proud. Good luck. Frederick J. Humphrey II, D. O. Dean 86 Thomas W. Allen, D. O. Associate Dean Clinical Academic Affairs Jay M. Yanoff, Ed. D. Associate Dean for Education Thomas Walsh, M.B.A. Richard DeJesus-Reuff, Ed. A. Exec. Director Administration Fi- Coordinator of Minority Affairs nance Not pictured: Billie Slaughter, Ph. D., Director Educational Develop. 87 Linda Jensen 89 fiajpic Science,? Gary Bailin. Ph. D. Salvatore Caradonna, Ph. D. Rocco Carsia, Ph. D. Assoc. Prol ' essor. Biochemisirs Asst. Professor, Biochemistry Assoc. Professor, Anatomy Robert Rhoades, Ph. D. Professor of Anatomy Richard Schimmel, Ph. D. Assoc. Professor. Physiology Alfonso Solimene, Ph. D. Assoc. Professor, Anatomy Eugene Mochan, Ph.D. D.O. Professor and Chairman Michael DiMarcangelo, Sr., DO. Assoc. Professor Edmund L. Erdc, Ph. D. Professor Gail Feinberg, D.O. Clinical Instructor Marvin Herring, MD. Assoc. Professor Richard F. Leedy, Jr., D.O. Professor Joellyn L. Ross, Ph. D. Adjunct Asst. Professor Norman Rudin, D.O. Assoc. Professor William Vilensky, D.O. Jean Yudin, R.N.C., Harry Knorr, Ed. D. William Sorrentino Assoc. Professor M.S.N. Educational Planner Program Clinical Coordin. Geriatric Nurse Practitioner 91 Raymond A. Adelizzi, D O. John C. Chiesa, D O. David Condoluci, D O. Nathan Freed, D.O. Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Associate Professor Head, Division of Rheuma- Head, Division of Gastroen- Head, Division of Infectious Head, Division of Hematolo- tology terology Diseases gy Oncology Louis A. Papa, D O. Joseph M. Pitone, D O. Andrew M. Alloy, D O. Kevin Barber, D.O. Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Head, Division of Cardiolo- Head, Division of Nephro- gy logy 92 Paul Bryman, D.O. Assistant Professor Thomas A. Cavalieri, D.O. Associate Professor Frank W. Corbally, D.O. Assistant Professor It Stephen J. Daly, D.O. Associate Professor H. Timothy Dombrowski, D.O. Assistant Professor Russell Griesback, Jr., D.O. Associate Professor Lloyd J. Forman, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Thomas Morley, D.O. Assistant Professor Alan Geisler, D.O. Assistant Professor Elyse Perweiler, R.N. Adjunct Assistant Professor Robert Gordon, D.O. Associate Professor Harvey P. Rothman, D.O. Associate Professor Frederick Schaller, D.O. Assistant Professor Alfred F. Sorbello, D.O. Assistant Professor Theodore Weinberg, D.O. Clinical Professor Silvio Zappasodi, D.O. Assistant Professor 93 Daniel H. Belsky, D.O , F.A- C.O.O.G. Professor and Chairman Andrew D. deMasi, DO. F.A.C.O.O.G. Professor George H. Davis, D O. Assistant Professor Joseph H. Ridgik, D.O. F A.C.O.O.G. Associate Professor Faramarz C. Zarghami, M.D., F.A.C.O.G. Associate Professor 94 O teOP tRlC Sciences Charles Steiner, D.O., F.A.A.O. Professor and Chairman Sherman Gorbis, D.O. Assistant Professor m Nejat Guzelsu, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Bio- mechanics Eleanor V. Masterson, DO. Associate Professor Robert M. Fogel, D O. Chairman Robert Csere, D.O. Assistant Professor Irvin Lock, D.O. Associate Professor William Grimsley, D.O. Assistant Professor Larry Wyatt. D.O. Associate Professor ing Chairman 96 George E. Piper, D O. Associate Professor Lynne H. Stein, M.D. Assistant Professor F.A.C.N. Assoc. Professor Acting Chairman David J. Rissmiller, D O. Assistant Professor Jerome J. Piatt, Ph.D. Donald W Li 8 ht - Ph Professor Professor Frederick G. Meoli. D.O. Acting Chairman and Assoc. Professor □□□ □□□ □□□ □□□ □□□ □□a Richard F. Liszewski, D.O. Associate Professor □□□ □□□ 1 □□□ Louis M. Gallo, D.O. Assistant Professor Charles L. Nutinsky, D.O. Assistant Professor Donald Barone, D.O. Clinical Associate Professor, Medicine Joseph N. Bottalico, D.O. Assistant Professor, Ob Gyn Saul Bresalier, D O Section Head, Ophthalmology Frank Briglia, M.D. Pediatrics Anita Chopra, M.D. Asst. Professor of Clinical Medicine Alvin Dubin, D.O. Section Head, ENT William Dupree M.D. Pathology NOT PICTURED Katherine E. Galluzzi, D.O. Clinical Instructor. Family Practice Louis Haenel, D.O. Clinical Assoc. Professor, Medicine John J. Heiser, D.O. Section Head, Anesthesiology Carl Hock, Ph.D. Asst. Professor, Medicine Research Stephan B. Hosmer, D.O. Asst. Professor, Clinical Ob Gyn Dale Huff, M.D. Pathology Patricia A. J. Kay, M.D. Assoc. Professor, Psychiatry G. Lee Lerch, Jr., D.O. Pediatrics Alex Macaione, D.O. Clinical Assoc. Professor, Medicine Carl Mogil, D.O. Section Head, Orthopedics Gabriella Muscolo, M.D. Pediatrics Elis M. De A. Priori, M.D. Asst. Professor of Clinical Medicine F. Kenneth Shockley, D.O. Section Head, Urology Richard Simmers, D.O. Pediatrics 98 99 }(LduTL %Ccp£lOTl. Corgvaitpl !!! 0 s 9 OS 0 4 0 0 if 0 5 V FIFTEENTH THE OSTEOPATHIC OATH I do hereby affirm my loyalty to the profession I am about to enter. I will be mindful always of my great responsibility to preserve the health and the life of my patients, to retain their confidence and respect both as a physician and a friend who will guard their secrets with scrupulous honor and fidelity, to perform faithfully my professional duties, to employ only those recognized methods of treatment consistent with good judgment and with my skill and ability, keeping in mind always nature ' s laws and the body ' s inherent capacity for recovery. I will be ever vigilant in aiding in the general welfare of the community, sustaining its laws and institutions, not engaging in those practices which will in any way bring shame or discredit upon myself or my profession. I will give no drugs for deadly purposes to any person, though it be asked of me. I will endeavor to work in accord with my colleagues in a spirit of progressive cooperation, and never by work or by act cast imputations upon them or their rightful practices. I will look with respect and esteem upon all those who have taught me my art. To my college I will be loyal and strive always for its best interests and for the interests ot the students who will come after me. ANNUAL UNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT THANK-YOU The editors would like to thank all those people without whose help this book would not have been possible Dr. Marvin Herring for his fabulous artwork Maureen Conti for the use of her photos Jose Flores for the use of his photos Doug Leonard for the use of his photos Charles Staubs for the use of his photos Dr. Mark Jacobson, our yearbook advisor Educational Resources for their assistance The entire senior class for turning in their pages 108 SPONSORS Ronald E. Ayres, D.O. Charles Steiner, D.O. PATRONS Harry Greeneiz, D.O., P. A. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Daly Robert D. Boyd, D.O. Richard S. Weiss, D.O. Sidney R. Weiss, D.O. William M. Lickfield, D.O. Congratulations to the class of 1988 from the Medical Inter- Insurance " Exchange of 9{eiv Jersey Two Princess Road, Lawrenceville, New Jersey 08648 (609) 896-2404 109 ASSOCIATES IN GENERAL SURGERY Michael I. Abraham, D.O., F.A.C.O.S. Larry W. Cohen, D.O. J.F.K. Hospital Metropolitan Hospital Cherry Hill, NJ Philadelphia, PA Clifford A. Botwin, D.O., P.A. Robin R. Innella, D.O. ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY AND SPORTS MEDICINE Union, NJ REGIONAL ORTHOPEDIC PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION Carl Mogil, D.O., F.A.C.O.S., F.A.O.A.O. I. David Weisband, D.O., F.A.O.A.O. Barry S. Gleimer, D.O. Scott A. Green, D.O. 336 Jackson Rd. JFK Hospital Atco, NJ Cherry Hill, NJ Stokes Medical Arts Bldg Bunker Hill Medical Center Medford, NJ Turnersville, NJ BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ' 88 DONALD A . BARONE, D.O no DRUG WORLD PHARMACY, INC. Your home health care pharmacy SALES RENTALS 854-9500 352 Haddon Ave., Westmont Jeff Hyman Pharmacist-in- charge 7 % Hospital CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES THE BERGEN-PASSAIC OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY ShenangoN ltey Medical GEnter An Osteopathic Facility PRACTICE OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AS A DIVERSIFYING MEDICAL CENTER, SVMC IS SEEKING TO EXPAND A NUMBER OF EXISTING SERVICES AND TO START OTHER SERVICES. CURRENTLY, WE ARE RECRUITING A VARIETY OF PHYSI- CIANS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING SPE- CIALTIES: • OTOLARYNGOLOGY • PSYCHIATRY • OPHTHALMOLOGY • FAMILY PRACTICE • PEDIATRICS IF PRACTICING IN A 128 BED TEACHING FACILITY APPEALS TO YOU— AND YOU WOULD LIKE LIVING IN A SMALL TOWN NEAR GREAT OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES— SEND YOUR C.V TO D. DOUGLAS DORMAN, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT; SHENANGO VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER; 2200 MEMORIAL DRIVE; FARRELL, PA. 16121. FOR A QUICKER RESPONSE, CALL (412) 981-3500. " WHERE TECHNOL OGY IS IN THE HANDS OF CARING PEOPLE " 0 1 I if NEW JERSEY ASSOCIATION OF OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1988 1212 STUYVESANT AVENUE TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 08618 THERAPEUTIC INNOVATOR FOR A CHANGING WORLD. B eecham Laboratories is a worldwide leader in developing lealth care products for people and animals. From basic research through manufacturing and marketing, Beecham is committed to bringing pharmaceutical theory to life to help you care for patients with new and better treatments. laboratories BRISTOL. TENNESSEE 37620 12 " . . . to promote the public health, to encourage scientific research, and to maintain and improve high standards of medical education in osteopathic colleges. " Constitution of the American Osteopathic Association BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ' 88 SELECTING A MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM CAN ' T BE " A SHOT IN THE DARK " ... At Union Hospital, our success is trans- lated into an unceasing quest lor excellence in education, medicine, nurs- ing and patient care Working closely with a medical staff at- tuned to the importance of the learning process, your skills as an osteopathic physician will be enhanced through par- ticipation in carefully designed educa- tional programs, daily interaction with the expertise of ancillary staff and con- centrated exposure to advanced tech- nological resources With a medical education program con- sisting of 300 teaching beds, Union Hos- pital invites you to shape your profes- sional goals amid the setting of a modern and expanding community hospital. Residency programs are provided in • Proctology • General Practice • Internal Medicine • General Surgery • Emergency Medicine • Otorhinolaryngology Facial Plastic Surgery COME TO WHERE THE BRIGHTEST LEARN FROM THE BEST. 1000 GALLOPING HILL ROAD Victor J Fresolone, President 201-687-1900 UNION • NEW JERSEY 07083 Anthony N LaFalce, DO, Vice President of Medical Affairs CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES CARDIOSCAN NUCLEAR DIAGNOSTICS, INC . EKG Stress Tests Thallium Cardioscan Nuclear Scanning Suite 2 Broncho- Pulmonary Studies 109 E. Laurel Rd. Ultrasound Studies Stratford, NJ Holter Monitor 115 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES! Louis C. Haenel, D.O. 25 E. Laurel Road Stratford, NJ ( it SHOCKLEY PIETRAS UROLOGY ASSOCIATES, P.A. 40 E. Laurel Road Stratford, NJ CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1988 ASSOCIATES IN RADIATION ONCOLOGY, P.A. DEPARTMENT OF RADIATION ONCOLOGY COOPER HOSPITAL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER CAMDEN, NJ Paul E. Wallner, D.O., Chief Dov Gorshein, M.D. Robert A. Lustig, M.D. Jeffrey S. Wenger, M.D. Elida Rouby, M.D. (ft BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ' 88 MARIO L. MAIESE, D.O. CARDIOLOGY 1 Washington Medical Arts Building Rd 1, Egg Harbor Road Sewell, New Jersey CONGRATULATIONS to the Class Of 1988! UMDNJ-SOM Department of Pediatrics Martin A. Finkel, DO Acting Chairman Thomas F Santucci, Jr., DO Mark P jacobson, DO Leslie A.Tadzynski,DO Jane L. Coleman, MD Joseph V. Salvia, Jr., DO CornelioF Mojica,MD Frank A. Briglia, MD Michael K. McCormack, PhD Robert c. Nagele, PhD Lydia E. McMorrow, PhD Alice Lazzarini.MS Join the Team at Firelands Community Hospital: A JOINT MEDICAL AND OSTEOPATHIC CENTER Hayes Avenue Facility it Decatur Street Facility m Firelands Community Hospital formerly Sandusky Memorial Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital have united. Our combined strengths permit us to offer the services of the area ' s finest most comprehensive medical staff. Firelands Community Hospital ' s professional staff bring together Doctors of Osteopathy with Allopathic Doctors. Firelands Community Hospital is a 273 bed acute care medical center serving a population of over 200,000 in a 5 county region of Northern Ohio. We offer eight American Osteopathic Association approved rotating internships. Externships are available in: anesthesia, emergency room, general practice, general surgery, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthalmology, orthopedic, otolaryngology, pulmonary and radiology. Residencies in general practice and ophthalmology are also available. Join our team. Contact the director of Medical Education, Richard L Blackann, D.O. for further infor- mation at (419) 626-7400 ext. 7803 or write: Director of Medical Education, Firelands Community Hospital, P.O. Caller 5005, Sandusky, Ohio 448708005. Firelands Community Hospital leading the way in these changing times. SSFirekmas ■J Community Hospital In appreciation of the men and women of science and medicine who share a commitment for the advancement of health care. PHARMACEUTICALS Meeting the challenge of science and medicine today ■ i 9


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