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Published by Jefferson Health New Jersey, 2016-09-23 10:37:08

NotaBene: Fall 2016

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TAKE
NOTE

NotaBeneofTHIS
A PUBLICATION FOR THE MEDICAL STAFF OF KENNEDY UNIVERSIT Y HOSPITAL

Kennedy Kennedy Health and Jefferson entered into a binding Definitive Agreement (DA) on
& Jefferson August 9th that lays out the terms of how our two health care organizations will
integrate. Jefferson is the combined entity formed by the merger of Abington and
Update Jefferson in May 2015 and further expanded with the addition of Aria Health in July 2016.

Timothy Dombrowski, DO, MPH With the DA now signed, Kennedy and Jefferson will take the next steps toward
Chief Medical Officer finalizing the integration by filing for all necessary federal and state regulatory reviews
and approvals, a process expected to take up to one year. Following the review
FALL 2016 process in New Jersey’s Community Health Care Assets Protection Act, the transaction
will be complete, bringing this new, innovative health care system to South Jersey.

The boards of Kennedy and Jefferson unanimously approved the signing of the DA,
which provides for Kennedy to have equal representation on a combined board with
Jefferson, Abington and Aria.

The proposed Kennedy-Jefferson partnership will create an innovative “hub-and-hub”
model, where Kennedy will be the southern New Jersey hub of a fully integrated and
expanded Jefferson health care organization. Together, Kennedy and Jefferson will
determine the strategic priorities in South Jersey as we move forward and serve the
region together.

Through the integration process, Kennedy’s workforce will remain the same across
all locations, and patients will continue to receive enhanced services by our trusted
physicians, nurses and hospital staff.

The DA also outlines the following important commitments to the South Jersey community:
• Completion of a multi-specialty medical office building, an enclosed parking facility

and a new hospital patient tower at Kennedy – Cherry Hill;
• Continued planning for a new hospital patient tower and enclosed parking facility

at Kennedy – Washington Township;
• Maintaining Kennedy’s academic and clinical affiliation with Rowan University

School of Osteopathic Medicine; and
• Joseph W. Devine remaining as President & CEO of Kennedy Health, while also having

a leadership role with Jefferson as an Executive Vice President, where he will focus
on the organization’s growth and service expansion strategies in New Jersey.

These are great times for Kennedy Health, and there is a lot of excitement about our
future. Thank you for your support and for believing in Kennedy!

PHYSICIANnews PHYSICIAN KUDOS
New Appointments Department of Neurosciences
Neurosurgery Dr. Mark Condoluci (Infectious Diseases),
Department of Patricia Hogan, APN Dr. Aaron Crookshank (Critical Care/Pulmonary),
Emergency Medicine Hekmat Zarzour, MD Dr. Mark Paiste (Hand Surgery), and Cherry Hill
Joseph Cruz, DO ICU nurse Carol Strosser were featured in
Leo L. Midure Jr., DO Department of September’s South Jersey Magazine “Tales of
Russell E. Mordecai, DO Obstetrics/Gynecology Triumph” section with
Joseph J. Pagano, DO Lynsey M. Beams, DO patient Michael Berger.
Candice DiSanti, CNM Berger credits the group
Department of Family Practice with saving his life after
Claudine De Dan, MD Department of Pediatrics a paper cut was infected
Pallavi D. Jadhav, MD Mario Cruz, MD by flesh-eating bacteria
Wanda I. Nocella, APN Xiomara A. Penn-Becoat, MD and caused him to
Tracy L. Persily, DO become septic.
Department of Psychiatry
Department of Medicine Dillon C. Euler, MD (Telemedicine) Dr. Todd Levin (Infectious Diseases) was elected
Cardiology a Fellow of the Infectious
Kristofer M. Hillegas, DO Department of Surgery Diseases Society of America
Faisal Siddiqi, MD Anesthesiology (IDSA). Fellowship in IDSA honors
Brett A. Waldman, MD Steven W. McGrath, MD those who have achieved
professional excellence and
General Internal Medicine General Surgery provided significant service in
Maher Al-Safadi, MD Dennis Bonfiglio, CRNFA the field of infectious diseases.
Bradley F. Bender, MD Theodore N. Tsangaris, MD
Siddharth Bhimani, DO Dr. Ricardo Perez (Internal Medicine), Dr. Anthony
Joshua M. Filer, DO Orthopedic Surgery Wehbe (Internal Medicine) and Cheri Clancy,
Purvaja Naik, DO Gerard J. Foti, DO MSN, MS, RN, NE-BC, recently presented at the
Ian R. Gray, PA World Congress Patient Experience Summit in San
Nephrology Ryan M. Hart, PA Diego, CA. Their presentation – titled “Identify and
Arun Chawla, MD Michael S. Levy, DO Engage Physician Champions to Promote a
Fred McAlpin, DO Person-Centered Care Culture” – focused on the
Physical Medicine Peter A. Sarkos, DO implementation of patient
& Rehabilitation Rahul V. Shah, MD experience programs and
Daniel J. Ragone Jr., MD how to increase physician
Plastics & Reconstruction engagement and buy-in
Pulmonary/Critical Care Patrick J. Greaney Jr, MD to the process.
Medicine
Srirekha Dayanidhi, PA Podiatry
Jennifer M. Lenzi, APN Joseph L. DiMenna III, DPM
Nicholas E. Roy, DO Josh L. Miller, DPM
Nicole Scivoletti-Polan, DO Julaine S. Miller, DPM

Telemedicine Urology
Douglas M. Ikelheimer, MD Jeanne Llenado, DO
Mark J. Mann, MD

Vascular Surgery
Holly L. Graves, MD

Save the Date: February 25, 2017
The Kennedy Gala goes Back to the Borgata

with Huey Lewis and the news!

POWERED BY

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Kennedy and Jefferson Sign Definitive Agreement

Hundreds of Kennedy Health employees and supporters "Kennedy and Jefferson share a common culture
were on hand Tuesday, Aug. 9, at Kennedy – Stratford of commitment to our patients, physicians and
for a ceremony marking the signing of a Definitive employees,” said Kennedy Health President & CEO
Agreement between Kennedy and Jefferson, which Joseph W. Devine, shown here addressing the
announced plans to partner earlier this year. audience of well-wishers.“ This transaction will benefit
the residents of southern New Jersey by bringing
The Definitive Agreement spells out the terms of together enhanced clinical services in the communities
how Kennedy will integrate with Jefferson following we serve. As we transform health care across the
unanimous approval by the governing bodies of both region, the focus will be on continuing to provide
organizations. Kennedy and Jefferson will now take the highly personalized, high-quality services in convenient
next steps toward finalizing the integration by seeking settings, close to home.”
all necessary federal and state regulatory approvals, a
process expected to take up to one year.

Devine Named to SJ Biz Magazine’s ‘Power 50’ List

For the 2nd year in a row, Kennedy President & CEO Joseph W. Devine has been
named to South Jersey Biz magazine’s “Power 50” list of the most influential leaders
in the region.

Joe was praised in the magazine’s July issue for “advancing the South Jersey
medical landscape,” noting that “under his leadership, Kennedy has thrived in areas
of innovation, safety and overall patient care.”

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Kennedy Docs Shine Bright

Kennedy’s Medical Staff was well-represented in the recent South Jersey Magazine “Best Doctors” list, with 108 of our
physicians featured as leading medical professionals in South Jersey. The magazine published two lists, one voted on
exclusively by South Jersey Magazine readers, and another compiled by global health solutions company Best Doctors Inc.
The goal: simplify the search for skilled medical professionals who have made the region’s health their top priority by providing a
comprehensive listing of area physicians who are committed to making a difference in the world. Congratulations to:

BEST DOCTORS® LIST Dr. Daniel Tarditi Infertility Dr. Rick Raimondo
Anesthesiology Dr. Howard Weinberg Dr. Gary Packin Dr. Laura Ross
Dr. Alan F. Kwon Dr. Stephen Sawin Dr. John Salvo Jr.
Colon & Rectal Surgery Dr. Robert Skaf Dr. James A. Sanfilippo
Dermatology Dr. Robert Gardine Dr. Peter G. Van Deerlin
Dr. Jonathan Winter Pain Management
Dermatology Internal Medicine Dr. Gary Buck
Geriatric Medicine Dr. Ronald Bernardin Dr. Colin Campbell Dr. Scott Pello
Dr. Thomas Cavalieri Dr. Sandra Elder Dr. Joseph Gambale
Dr. Magaly P. Del Monaco Dr. Anthony Wehbe Pathology
Internal Medicine Dr. Darshan Roy
Dr. Thomas Cavalieri Ear, Nose, Throat/ Interventional Radiology
Otolaryngology Dr. David Goldstein Pediatrics/General
Nephrology Dr. Scott L. Busch Dr. Wendy Cook
Dr. Brenda R. C. Kurnik Dr. Harry Cantrell Nephrology Dr. Cyrus Mohazzebi
Dr. Stephen Gadomski Dr. Virginia Irwin-Scott Dr. Mahbod Mohazzebi
Otolaryngology Dr. John McGrath Dr. Devang Lodhavia Dr. Jared Pasternak
Dr. Daniel G. Becker Dr. David N. Schwartz Dr. Beckie Michael
Dr. Samir Shah Dr. Joseph Pitone Plastic Surgery
Pediatric Cardiology Dr. Lyle Back
Dr. Guillermo (Bill) Sanchez Endocrinology Neurology Dr. Anthony Corrado
Dr. Gregory Barone Dr. Jack Jallo Dr. Steven Davis
Pediatric Specialist/ Dr. William C. Franckle
Abused Children Family Medicine Neurosurgery Dr. Brett Garber
Dr. Martin A. Finkel Dr. Daniel Altman Dr. Joan O’Shea Dr. Frederick Lavan
Dr. Joseph Cavallaro Dr. Tariq Siddiqi Dr. Evan Sorokin
Pediatric Specialist/ Dr. Joshua Coren Dr. Mark Testaiuti Dr. Thomas Steffe
Adolescent & Young Dr. William Furey Dr. Bhupesh Vasisht
Adult Medicine Dr. Joseph Gallagher Obstetrics & Gynecology
Dr. Lori Beth Feldman-Winter Dr. David T. Gigliotti Dr. Kenneth Covone Podiatry
Dr. Roberta Felsenstein Dr. Homyar Karanjia
Pediatrics/General Gastroenterology Dr. Eric B. Grossman Dr. Faith Schick
Dr. Lori Beth Feldman-Winter Dr. Neil Cohen Dr. Byron Hapner
Dr. Elizabeth Egan Dr. Jennifer Hummel Pulmonary Medicine
Plastic Surgery Dr. Warren Werbitt Dr. Mike Minoff Dr. Peter Curreri
Dr. Daniel G. Becker Dr. Anthony Salerno Dr. Bryan Ferroni
General Surgery Dr. Thomas Nugent
Vascular Surgery Dr. Larry Cohen Orthopedic
Dr. James B. Alexander Dr. Roy Sandau Dr. Lawrence Barr Radiation Oncology
Dr. Joseph V. Lombardi Dr. Michael J. Sasso Dr. Larry Deutsch Dr. Alexia Harvey
Dr. Thomas Dwyer Dr. David Horvick
READERS’ CHOICE LIST Hematology/Oncology Dr. Robert Greenleaf
Bariatric Surgery Dr. Trina A. Poretta Dr. Steven H. Kahn Thoracic Surgery
Dr. Louis Balsama Dr. Christopher K. Kepler Dr. Morris Eisen
Dr. Marc A. Neff Hospice & Palliative Care Dr. Fred McAlpin
Dr. Stephen Goldfine Dr. Jonas Matzon Urology
Cardiology Dr. Kam Momi Dr. Elizabeth Babin
Dr. Ronald Cohen Infectious Disease Dr. Alvin Ong
Dr. Joshua Crasner Dr. David V. Condoluci Dr. Fabio Orozco Vein/Vascular
Dr. William Godin Dr. Charles Dietzek
Dr. Louis Papa

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SJ Magazine’s 2016 Top Docs

Each year, SJ Magazine asks South Jersey-based doctors, “If someone in your family was ill, who would you send them to for
medical care?” The magazine tallies the votes and creates its annual “Top Docs” list. Then, SJ Magazine turns to its readers and
asks them to vote online for their Top Doc choices, which is used to compile a patient poll list of the area’s best. This year, 66
Kennedy doctors who are dedicated to keeping the South Jersey community happy and healthy graced the magazine’s lists.

DOCTORS’ CHOICE LIST Infectious Disease Podiatry
Dr. Todd Levin Dr. Paul Sullivan
Anesthesiology
Dr. Eileen Manabat Infertility Psychiatry
Dr. Gerald Burke Dr. Rachel Shmuts
Cardiac Electrophysiology Dr. Stephen Sawin
Dr. Steven Levi Pulmonology
Interventional Cardiology Dr. Ira Horowitz
Cardiology Dr. Adam Levine
Dr. John Hamaty Dr. Vijay Verma Radiation Oncology
Dr. Harvey Snyder Dr. Alexis Harvey
Nephrology Dr. Tamara LaCouture
Cardiovascular Disease Dr. Christopher McFadden
Dr. Daniel Tarditi Dr. Beckie Michael Rheumatology
Dr. Brian Michel Dr. Joshua Sundhar
Colon & Rectal Surgery
Dr. Edwin Empaynado Neurological Surgery Sleep Medicine
Dr. James Harrop Dr. Thomas Nugent
Critical Care Dr. Joan O’Shea Dr. P. Todd Rowan
Dr. Antonio Velasco
Dr. Joan Wiley Neurology Sports Medicine
Dr. Russell Abrams Dr. R. Robert Franks
Dermatology
Dr. Sandra Elder Nuclear Medicine Surgery
Dr. Robin Levin Dr. Steven Silver Dr. Roy Sandau
Dr. Jonathan Winter
Obstetrics & Gynecology Urology
Family Practice Dr. Eric Grossman Dr. Evan Krisch
Dr. Elyse Kernis
Ophthalmology Vascular Surgery
Gastroenterology Dr. Jesse Richman Dr. Joseph Lombardi
Dr. Jane Friehling
Dr. Warren Werbitt Orthopedics PATIENT POLL LIST
Dr. Luke Austin
Geriatric Medicine Dr. Steven Kirshner Bariatric Surgery/Weight Loss
Dr. Anita Chopra Dr. Evan O’Brien Dr. Adam Goldstein
Dr. Laura Ross
Geriatric Psychiatry Cardiac Electrophysiology
Dr. Stephen Scheinthal Otolaryngology Dr. Nicholas DePace
Dr. Stephen Gadomski
Gynecologic Oncology Medical Oncology
Dr. Howard Saul Pain Management Dr. Priya Gor
Dr. Rakesh Gupta
Hand Surgery Orthopedics
Dr. Pedro Beredjiklian Physical Medicine Dr. Larry Deutsch
Dr. Jonas Matzon & Rehabilitation
Dr. Richard Jermyn Pain Management
Hematology Dr. Scott Jarmain
Dr. Noah Lindenberg Plastic Surgery
Dr. Stephen Zrada Dr. Lyle Back Plastic Surgery
Dr. Steven Davis Dr. Lyle Back
Hospice & Palliative Care Dr. Brett Garber
Dr. Stephen Goldfine Dr. Adam Saad Pulmonology
Dr. Bhupesh Vasisht Dr. Peter Curreri

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Kennedy Introduces New Patient Fall Protection Technology

Kennedy – Cherry Hill piloted a new patient safety system
in September that allows nurses to be “in” a patient’s room
without actually being at their bedside.

The innovative AvaSys® TeleSitter® system enables clinicians
to see and hear patients around-the-clock from a central
monitoring station, used primarily for those at a high risk of
falling. Placed at the head of a patient bed, the system is
equipped with a video camera and two-way audio, allowing
care team members to monitor and communicate with patients.

Kennedy will introduce the bedside safety system at its Stratford and Washington Township hospital campuses
this October. Since the AvaSys® TeleSitter® is a “live-feed” device and does not permanently record or save
footage, patient privacy is never compromised.

“The AvaSys® TeleSitter® creates another layer of patient safety at Kennedy,” said Chief Nurse Executive Helene
Burns, MSN, RN. “Our staff is excited to use this cutting-edge technology to help keep patients safe.”

Robert Davis Named VP of Laboratory
Product Lines Services Update

Robert Davis, MBA, has been named Kennedy Health’s Vice In January 2016, Kennedy’s associate
President of Product Lines. medical provider changed to Aetna.

In his new role, Davis is responsible for All associates covered under Kennedy’s
overseeing the daily operations and medical plan must use either Quest or
development of several key ambulatory Kennedy labs to have their services
services, including: the Kennedy Cancer covered at 100 percent. Lab services
Program, the Kennedy Surgical Center, provided by any other vendor will result
and Kennedy’s Sleep Centers, Balance in an out-of-pocket expense.
Centers, and Wound Care Centers.
Please use the following guidelines
Davis joins Kennedy from the MD Anderson Cancer Center when treating Kennedy associates to
at Cooper University Health in Camden, NJ, where he served minimize their out-of-pocket expenses:
as Associate Vice President of Finance & Operations since • Always use Quest or Kennedy for
August 2015.
laboratory services;
Davis holds a BA in Business Administration from Central State • If a diagnostic test/procedure is
University in Wilberforce, OH, and two graduate degrees from
Penn State University: a master’s degree in Information Science required, schedule the service at one of
and an MBA. Kennedy’s facilities or hospitals; and
• Prescribe generic prescriptions, when
possible.

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Kennedy University Hospital Rated as ‘High Performing’
in Three Clinical Areas by U.S. News & World Report

Kennedy University Hospital was
recognized by U.S. News & World
Report in its recent“Best Hospitals
2016-2017” rankings.

Kennedy Health was included in more specialties, procedures or clinical outcomes at
the report as a “High-Performing” conditions. The high-performing our hospitals have
hospital in three clinical areas: in ratings were based on objective been recognized in this
the Adult Specialty category for data that included: patient prestigious national
Diabetes & Endocrinology, survival rates, safety outcomes report,” said Kennedy
and in the Adult Procedures/ and hospital reputation. Health President & CEO
Conditions category for the care Joseph W. Devine.
and treatment of COPD (Chronic “We are honored and thrilled
Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) that the hard work of our
and Heart Failure. associates and the excellent

Nearly 5,000 hospitals nation-
wide were evaluated for the
2016-17 report. Of those, 1,628 –
including Kennedy – received a
high-performing rating in one or

Susan Krum Named Executive Director of KHA and AVP for Population Health

Susan Krum, Au.D., has been Burlington, Krum joins Kennedy from Robert
named Executive Director of Camden and Wood Johnson University Hospital
Kennedy Health Alliance (KHA) Gloucester in New Brunswick, NJ, where
and Assistant Vice President for counties. Krum she served as Vice President of
Population Health. will also oversee Ambulatory Operations since 2014.
Kennedy Health’s
In her new role at KHA, Dr. Krum population A graduate of Salus University in
provides executive leadership for all health initiatives aimed at improving Elkins Park, PA, where she earned a
components of the multi-practice quality of care and outcomes, while Doctor of Audiology degree, Krum
health network, which provides managing costs, for defined groups also holds a Master’s of Audiology
both primary and specialty care of patients. degree from Temple University in
services at office locations in Philadelphia.

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Antibiotic Stewardship Reminders

Please remain vigilant about all antibiotic prescribing An infectious diseases consultation is mandatory for
requirements and the need for infectious diseases any patient who:
consultations. • has sepsis (including severe sepsis or septic shock);
• is currently prescribed more than two antibiotics; or
Remember: You must document in a patient’s medical • has been diagnosed with Clostridium difficile colitis.
record or during order entry the reason or diagnosis
for all prescribed antibiotics.

Ensuring Quality and Safety in Kennedy’s
Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory

By Brian J. Corbett, DO, Kennedy Health Cardiologist

In November 2014, Kennedy Health expanded its Exclusion criteria is as follows:
cardiac services in South Jersey by partnering with • Ejection Fraction of the Left Ventricle (LVEF) must
Cooper University Health Care, creating a new Cardiac
Catheterization Laboratory at the Kennedy Heart not be < 35 percent
Center in Washington Township. • Patients must not have Left Main (LM) Disease
• Patients must not have Acute Coronary Syndrome
The Kennedy Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, also • Patients must not have Severe Aortic Stenosis (AS)
known as the “Cath Lab,” is home to a team of highly
skilled physicians, nurses and technologists dedicated Mean Gradient by Echocardiogram > 40 mmHg
to providing high-quality cardiac services.
To date, Kennedy’s Catheterization Lab has performed
Kennedy’s Cath Lab offers a wide array of diagnostic more than 180 heart catheterizations, while
cardiovascular services and is a valuable resource for maintaining a zero percent complication rate!
detecting narrowing and occlusions of the coronary But, for Kennedy to continue to build on its success,
arteries. However, our Cath Lab offers much more the Cath Lab must reach the 200 case mark in
than just the diagnosis of coronary artery disease. 2016 alone.
Kennedy’s state-of-the-art lab performs right heart
catheterizations for heart failure diagnosis, Once 200 cases are treated over a four-quarter period,
catheterizations to detect valvular disease and the Cath Lab can increase its cardiovascular services to
measures heart pressures – all of which help physicians include treatment of Acute ST Elevation Myocardial
create individualized patient treatment plans. Infarctions. Given the high volume of Kennedy’s
EDs, this would be an invaluable service to our
Kennedy’s Cath Lab is minimally invasive, as most patients, helping them receive needed care
procedures are performed through the wrist, as quickly as possible.
lowering recovery time to approximately one hour.
Once patients are referred to Kennedy’s team, they We looked forward to your continued support of
are thoroughly examined to determine if they meet the Kennedy Heart Center. For more information,
diagnostic criteria. please call 856/582-2555.

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DSRIP/Health Innovation Program Update

The Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment • address the gap between clinical care and community
(DSRIP) is a demonstration project with the N.J. services in the health care delivery system;
Department of Health and Centers for Medicare &
Medicaid Services (CMS) designed to result in better • improve patient self-care management;
care for individuals, better health for the population, • reduce admissions related to complications of
and lowered costs by transitioning hospital funding to
a model where payment is contingent on achieving diabetes and hypertension;
health improvement goals. • reduce unnecessary ED visits; and
• implement technology to facilitate patient tracking

and communication of clinical data.

Historically, Kennedy’s DSRIP program addressed the Chronic care management programs, such as Kennedy’s
needs of underserved Medicaid, dual-eligible and Health Innovation Program, are becoming essential for
charity care patients, specifically those with diabetes. hospital systems, as financial incentives are offered for
As of August 2016, Kennedy expanded beyond better quality outcomes. Kennedy’s DSRIP project
diabetes to include patients with hypertension. alone has resulted in approximately $3.3 million less
health care spending through reduced hospital costs
DSRIP, now branded at Kennedy as the Health and reduced governmental payments.
Innovation Program, aims to:
• increase patient access to primary and specialty care; For more information, call Amanda Kimmel, Corporate
• improve care coordination between hospital and Director of Clinical Integration, at (856) 770-8350.

outpatient settings;

Hospitalist & Intensivist Program Providers affected by this change are:
Address Change
Joseph Badolato, DO Jason Becker, DO
The primary office address, phone and fax numbers Wei Chen, DO Daena Flaxman, MD
for Kennedy’s Hospitalist & Intensivist Program Joseph G. Gambale, DO Bradley E. Johnson, DO
have changed. David Kovalsky, DO Gloria Lam, DO
Neveen Malik, DO Stephanie Marucci, NP
The new contact information is: Corinne Miklas, DO Jennifer Mojica-Itidiare, DO
151 Fries Mill Road, Suite 301 Ricardo Perez, DO Adrian Popescu, MD
Turnersville, NJ 08012 Kia Pratt-McCoy, MD Michael Riesa, DO
Phone: (856) 513-4124 Marcela Roger, MD Jennifer Roszkowski, DO
Fax: (856) 302-5932 Mary Beth Salmonsen, DO Kelly Schiers, DO
Thomas Sexton, DO Erin Sullivan, APN
KHA’s Hospitalist Coordinators, Andrea Corona Nicole Thompson, DO Tudor Vlad, MD
and Peggy Ulmer, have also relocated to the Anthony Wehbe, DO Joan Wiley, DO
above address, but their email address remains Edmund Wilkinson, DO Philip Willsie, DO
[email protected] Jenifer Wright, APN-C

Please call (856) 513-4124 should you
have questions.

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