How Do We Fix Our Healthcare Problems? A breakfast event
A community breakfast event:
How Do We Fix Our Healthcare Problems?
A Community Discussion on Federal, State and Local Remedies
organized by Citizens for Healthcare Reform on March 20th, Saturday,
8:30-10:30AM at the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel in Innovation
The event will be co-sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship of Centre County (Social Action Committee) and Voices of
Central PA (local independent newspaper). Suzan Erem, Managing
Editor of Voices of Central PA, has been asked to serve as moderator.
We are planning on representatives of the nursing, pharmacy and
physician professions to present a 5-7 minute sharing with us of
their concerns and ideas about their professions and then Chris
Calkins, Director of Penn State Outreach Health Initiatives, and
Sajay Samuel, Professor of Accounting and STS, Smeal College of
Business will join the presenters for a question and answer session
with attendees. We are inviting our state legislators to also be our
guests as state healthcare legislation is now pending in PA State and
Health Care 4 Central Pa
There will be a healthful buffet breakfast at 8:30AM (coffee. tea,
yogurt. granola, fruit, bagel, cream cheese, juice and bakery item).
Cost is $10 and reservations may be made by sending a check payable
to UUFCC to 143 Cedar Ridge Drive, Port Matilda, PA 16870. Please
clearly indicate attendees' name.
Or reservations may be made at Voices using Paypal and your credit card. Please print your email receipt notice from paypal to use as your ticket.
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