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editor-in-chief . . . pamela giliberto
layout editors . . . susan kaufman

marc epstein
copy editor . . . michael-gerard moncman
senior section . . . vincent sustersic
advertising editor . . . ralph inabnit
photography . . . Christopher von hake



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Dedication 6

In Memoriam 7

Theme 8,9

President 10

Class Officers 11

Administration 14

Introbio;

the first year 17

The Faculty 28

Settling in;

the second year 33

". . . Your teachers . . .

the parents of your mind" 44

On the road;

the third year 49

• Clinicians 60

The Saga Continues;

the fourth year 65

More Clinicians 76

". . . On the playing fields . . ."

* Athletics 81

Christmas Show 88

C^* Organizations 94

" T" Fraternities 95

>~ To be a Doctor . . .

^ Seniors 97

JL The Oaths

^* Osteopathic 302

^^ Hippocratic 303

b^^. Pomp and Circumstance 304

r^* Synapsis Staff 312

^'H Patrons 314






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Synapsis, 1981, is dedicated to those who
have gone before; given of themselves when
others wanted so much to take, and who real-
ized that Doctor, also means teacher.



Henry Forman, Ph.D
Laurence D'Antonio, D.O. Ph.D.
Mary Jane Showers, Ph.D.
Walter Baker, Ph.D.
Eugene Lentini, Ph.D.
William Walters, D.O.
Dominic Pisano, D.O.
Eugene Wyszynski, D.O.




PaulElinson, D.O.



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James Sheetz, D.O.



The student starts as a practitioner, as an observer of disordered machines, with the structure and orderly
functions of which he is perfectly familiar. Teach him how to observe, give him plenty of facts to observe, and
the lessons will come out of the facts themselves. Each case has its lesson — a lesson that may be, but is not
always, learnt, for clinical wisdom is not the equivalent of experience. The whole art of medicine is in
observation; but to educate the eye to see, the ear to hear and the finger to feel takes time. And to start a
man on the right path is all that we can do. Variability is the law of life. As no two faces are the same, so no two
bodies are alike, and no two individuals react alike and behave alike under the abnormal conditions which we
know as disease. This is the fundamental difficulty in the education of the physician, and one which he may
never grasp, or he takes it so tenderly that it hurts, instead of boldly accepting the axiom of Bishop Butler,
more true of medicine than of any other profession: 'Probability is the guide of life.'
With thanks to Sir William Osier, M. D., 1900




We desperately need to reaffirm the human values in medical practice. We must not be so sterile in our
approach to disease that we overlook man. The patent is more than his body, he is more than his disease. A
true physician cannot be a physician to the body alone. He must be concerned with the internal homeostasis
which relates to the patient's mind, his spirit, his soul. Some may say that these words sound well to the ears,
and that they are what everyone obviously believes. But our deeds fall too far short of our beliefs. We are too
often diverted by the siren song of financial security and professional complacency. But can we be morally
justified in being complacent in our world? Can we bask in the glory of having extended so dramatically the
human life span, when we have failed so often to make that life worth living.

George W. Northup, D. O., 1980








THE PRESIDENT



To the Class of 1981:

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times"

As I have thought over the content of my message to you,
keep coming to my mind. In so many ways and from so many different perspectives, they apply
to each of you.

It is spring of 1981 as I write this; we are preparing for the 1981-82 budget. Things look
dismal. Federal capitation is being phased out but, more disturbing, significant cuts are
anticipated in loan sources. Our operational costs keep rising. My present concern is for the
generation that will follow you. Will they be able to finance their education? Will medicine once
again be a "rich man's" profession? More and more, our students are coming to me at the end of
their own and their families financial resources. For you, then, difficult as it may have been, but
at least possessing the opportunity to finance your education, these past four years have been
the best of times.

The world of osteopathic medicine you are entering as a graduate of PCOM also ranks among
the best of times. Fourteen colleges strong now, the osteopathic profession has developed into a
force in health care in America. Without sacrificing the identity of the osteopathic profession so
strongly rooted in general practice, osteopathic specialists and subspecialists continue to
develop and return to our hospitals and colleges, renewing our academic and patient care
strengths. The opportunities available to you for study and professional growth did not exist
twenty, or even ten, years ago — yes, it is the best of times.

In another area, however, the picture is not as bright. Despite our medical advances, we have
not been able to prevent the devastation of cancer, multiple sclerosis, and a host of other
debilitating illnesses. Treat the disease, yes — prevent them, no. As long as we lack that
potential, it continues to be the worst of times.

So much for my musings ....:.

I'm sure that when you read the quote at the beginning of this missive, you thought that I was
referring to the past four years of your life. And,' in a way, that, too, was on my mind. It
probably can be said with certainty that you have some vivid memories of moments that you
would rate as the "worst of times" — first year finals, an away away away rotation, National
Boards. And, with equal certainty, I'm sure some memories are the "best of times' — a truly
good clinical rotation, beginning to realize what you do know, moments shared with classmates
who are also friends.

No one institution can be all things to all people. It is difficult for me to accept that I can not
always make everything happen "yesterday." However, I have seen our educational program
continue to develop and grow in strength during the last four years; I hope that you have felt
that growth.

In your individual scale of events, you will continue to rate your "best of times" and
times. " Your own professional history will help you to realize, as the world continues to ch
that your college has done its best to prepare you to be able to face whatever times lay ah<

You have been our students and we have been proud to know you as such.- 1 know
we will be even prouder of you as our graduates.

Congratulations and God bless each of you





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Four years is a big chunk of anyone's lifetime. For us, it
presented the unique challenge of obtaining the degree of
knowledge needed to heal the afflictions of our neighbors.
Memorizing facts is important, but it is only a part of the
educational experience.

Our two years in the classroom taught us how to deal with
ourselves and those sitting around us. We were able to work
together and party together, learning that to help ourselves,
we must help others. No task was too difficult, no mountain
insurmountable, when individual personal feelings were
thrown aside so that we could pull together. The clinical years
honed this interdependency, when personal knowledge and
experiences were shared for a common goal — to relieve,
comfort, and sometimes cure our patients.
I am grateful to have been part of all of this, having in the
process the opportunity to become an Osteopathic physician.
I am proud not only to be part of the Class of 1981, but also to
be given the privilege of being your chairman. Your
cooperation and willingness to contribute made my role a
pleasure. Too many times, it was left only for me to take the
bows for your accomplishments. And in those sometimes
insecure moments, the cries of "Buy it!" kept me going,
realizing that I never completely lost your faith.
Thank you and may you find every happiness that life has to
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mtjetijer tljat oegree mtll be transformeb into ttje designation of a true physician."

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Department of Anatomy

Vincent T. Cipolla, D.O., Chairman
Mary Jane Showers, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
James O. Brown, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., F.I.C.S.
Biehard Notzhold, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Bobert P. Fink, B.A., Ph.D.
Tage N. Kvist, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.







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Department of Physiological Chemistry

Raymond E. Knauff, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Chairman
Yu Chen Lin, A.B., M.S., Ph.D.
Henry J. Forman, B.A., Ph.D.
Mervyn H. Kline, B.S., Ph.D.
Jo Anne G. Pieringer, B.S., Ph.D.





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Department of Osteopathic Principles and
Practices

Nicholas S. Nicholas, B.S., D.O., F.A.A.O., Chairman

David Heilig, A.B., DO., M.Sc. (Ost), F.A.A.O.

Marvin Blumberg, A.B., D.O.

Jerome Sulman, A.B., D.O.

Alexander S. Nicholas, A.B., D.O.

Abraham Cooper, B.Sc, D.O.

Philip Mouer, B.S., D.O.

Galen D. Young, A.B., D.O.

Abraham Zellis, A.B., D.O.

Katherine England, A.B., D.O., F.A.C.G.P.

BonaldT. Meltzer, D.O.

Ida Schmidt, D.O.



Department of Emergency Medicine

John W. Becher, Jr., A.B., D.O.
Edward J. Sarama, A.B., D.O.
Stephen J. Parillo, D.O.





Department of History of Medicine and
Osteopathy

Sherwood R. Mercer, A.B., A.M., LL.D. (hon.)




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Department of Microbiology and Public Health




Vichazelhu Iralu, B.S., M.P.H., Ph.D.
EmmaG. Allen, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Lawrence E. D'Antonio, A.B., D.O.
Jere M. Boyer, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.
Charles M. Bendas, Ph.D.
Arthur E. Greene, A.B., M.Sc., Ph.D.



Chairman



Department of Psychiatry and Neurology




George A. Guest, D.O., F. A.C.N. , Chairman

Cecil Harris, D.O., M.Sc. (Psych.), F.A.C.N.,

F.I.A.L.S.

Morton S. Herskowitz, B.S., D.O.

I. Jay Oberman, D.O.

Martin B. Goldstein, B.S., D.O.

John Yardumian, B.S., D.O.

Sheldon Wagman, B.A., D.O.

H. Michael Zal, B.A., D.O.

Martha Benoff, Ph.D.

Floyce McCauley, B.S., D.O.

Rov N. Pasker, D.O.




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Department of Physiology and Pharmacology





Domenic A. DeBias, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Chairman

Walter W. Baker, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

M.H.F. Friedman, B.Sc, M.A., Ph.D.

Eugene A. Lentini, Ph.D.

Charlotte H. Greene, B.S. in Ed., Ph.D.

Henrv Hitner, Ph.D.

Barbara Nagle, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

George W. Abbas, B.S.

Fred K. Carr, B.S., Ph.D.

Spencer G. Bradford, D.O., M.Sc. (Phy.)




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STUDENT COUNCIL




Student Council Officers



President — John D. Conroy, Jr.

First Vice President — Susan I. Kaufman

Second Vice President — Gary L. Atkinson

Treasurer — Joseph E. Ambrose, Jr.

Secretary — Carol S. Ramsey

Dinner Dance Chairman — Julia M.C. Reddy



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"Aldo ain't no slave to fashion." W. Walters, D.O.



The morning after the night before in Camden, N.J.



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"Sometimes I sits and thinks, and sometimes I just
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The quest for knowledge never ends



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George Weber — GRAND DAD Award



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Department of Internal Medicine



William H. Dickerson, B.S., D.O. F.A.C.O.I.,

Chairman

Albert F. D'Alonzo, A.B., D.O., M.Sc. (Med),

F.A.C.O.I.

William J. Gilhool, B.S., D.O.

John Simelaro, B.S., D.O., M.Sc. (Int. Med.)

Edmund T. Carroll, D.O.

Ralph J. Tomei, D.O.

Domenic Pisano, D.O., M.Sc. (Int. Med.)

Eugene J. Wyszynski, B.S., D.O.

Alfred A. DiPiero, D.O.

William A. Nickey, D.O.

Stephen S. Levin, D.O.

Phillip J. Pantle, B.S., D.O.

Michael Slavin, D.O.

James F. Conroy, B.S., D.O.

Michael J. Kirschbaum, D.O.



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Department of Surgery

Galen S. Young, D.O., M.Sc. (Sur.), D.Sc, F.A.C.O.S.

F.A.A.O., Chairman

Robert H. Jama, B.S., D.O., M.Sc. (Sur.)

J. Brendan Wvnne, D.O., F.A.C.O.S.

Leonard H. Finkelstein, B.S., D.O., M.Sc. (Uro. Sur.)

Raymond L. Ruberg, D.O., M.Sc. (Sur.)

Henry A. D'Alonzo, B.S., D.O., M.Sc. (Sur.),

F.A.C.O.S.

Nicholas C. Pedano, B.S., D.O.

Thomas Francis A. Powell, A.B., D.O.

Joseph P. Guagliardo, D.O.

Sherman Leis, B.S., D.O.

David Arsht, B.S.M.E., D.O.

Jerome A. Greenspan, D.Sc, D.O., F.A.O.C.P.R.

Samuel Manfrey, B.S., D.O.



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Department of Rehabilitation Medicine



Department of Anesthesiology



Paul Elinson, B.S., D.O., Chairman



Isadore Lieberman, DO., Chairman
Thomas L. Moy, A.B., D.O.







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Department of Pediatrics

Samuel L. Caruso, A.B.., D.O., M.Sc. (Ped.),
F.A.C.O.P., Chairman
Joseph A. Dieterle, B.A., D.O., F.A.A.P.
Robert Berger, B.A., D.O., F.A.C.O.P.
Sandra M. Gawchik, D.O., F.A.A.P.



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Department of Ophthalmology

Donald H. Thome, D.O., Chairman
Stanley J. Borden, B.A., D.O.



Department of Dermatology



Walter L. Willis, D.O., F.A.O.C.D., Chairman
Edwin H. Cressman, D.O., M.Sc. (Ost.)
Herbert Fletman, D.O.




Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology




Fairman L. Denlinger, B.S., D.O., Chairman

William G. Morris, B.S., D.O.

Emanuel Fliegelman, B.S., D.O., F.A.C.O.O.G.

Edward Slotnick, A.B., D.O.

Gerard W. Szczygiel, D.O., M.Sc. (Ob-Gyn)



Department of General Practice

J. Vincent Huffnagle, A.B., D.O., Chairman

Frederick Solomon, B.S., D.O., F.A.C.G.P.

James E. Witt, B.S., M.Ed., D.O.

John D. Angeloni, A.B., D.O.

David W. Borchardt, A.B., D.O.

Michael Centrella, B.A., D.O.

David M. Dunfee, B.S., D.O.

Stephen Fedec, B.S., D.O.

John J. Flaherty, A.B., D.O.

Martin L. Lasky, D.O.







Department of Radiology



Robert L. Meals, B.S., D.O., M.Sc. (Rad.), F.A.C.O.R

Chairman

Jon Peter Tilley, B.A., D.O., M.Sc. (Rad.)

Henry T. Helak, B.S., DO.

Richard M. Purse, B.S., D.O., M.Sc. (Rad.), M.Sc.

(Phys.)

Burton Marks, D.O.




Department of Otolaryngology




Theodore P. Mauer, A.B., D.O., M.Sc. (Oto

Lvnn F. Sumerson, B.S., D.O., M.Sc. (Oto

John W. Sheetz, Jr., D.O., M.Sc. (Oto.), F.O.C.O

Alvin Dubin, DO., F.O.C.O.O.

Ronald A. Kirschner, A.B., D.O

Ronald Reinhard, B.S., D.O.

Kay Catherwood, B.A., M.A.

Stephen Smith, D.M.D.

Patricia M. McGill, B.S., M.A.

Bernard C. McDonnell, A.B., D.O., M.Sc. (Oto.)



Chairman



M.Sc. (Oto.)



Department of Pathology

William S. Walters, B.S., M.S., D.O., F.A.O.C.P.A.
Allan W. Levy, D.O.



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GROUP LEADERS




Elected, appointed, or defaulted, the group leader
represents fifteen other classmates throughout the
clinical years as both a student council representative
and a conduit for information to and from the office of
Clinical Education. In order to help coordinate
schedules, fill out an endless procession of forms,
present gripes about too many H. & P.'s and not
enough teaching, the group leader takes every fourth
Friday off to meet with Dr. Thome in order to discuss
any pressing problems, and ... to eat doughnuts.



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mobern physicians to serue ttje patient mitij science alone,"

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tlje rights of euery mebical stnbent, tje may fail at tlje critical mooement . . .



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AWARDS




THE CHRISTIAN R. AND MARY F. LINDBACK FOUNDATION AWARD FOR

DISTINGUISHED TEACHING



JOHN SIMELARO, B.S., D.O., M.Sc.

THE DEAN'S AWARD

GEORGE LOUIS WEBER
JOHN DANIEL CONROY, JR.

THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION AWARD
GARY LEIGH ATKINSON

THE FREDERIC H. BARTH

MEMORIAL AWARD
ENRICO ANTHONY MARCELLI

THE JOHN H. EIMERBRINK, D.O.,

MEMORIAL AWARD

JOEL PAUL CHACK

FRANCIS EDWARD PELUSO

JOHN H. POTOMSKI, JR.

THE BELLE B. AND ARTHUR M.
FLACK MEMORIAL AWARD
THOMAS GEORGE MAIERNICK



JERE M. BOYER, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

THE WILBUR P. LUTZ, D.O.,

MEMORIAL AWARD

GLENN ANTHONY DeBIAS

THE WILLIAM F. DAIBER, D.O.,

MEMORIAL AWARD

CORNELIUS MARVIN GEISSEN, IR.

THE HAROLD C. WADDEL, D.O.,

MEMORIAL AWARD

WILLIAM LAMB, JR.

THE KENNETH L. WHEELER, DO.

MEMORIAL AWARD

STEVEN E. McNULTY

THE STUDENT COUNCIL

MEMORIAL AWARD
KENNETH KONRAD DOROSKI

SIGMA ALPHA OMICRON
KENNETH KONRAD DOROSKI




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HughE. Palmer
Michael-Gerard J. Moncman
Stephen M. Jendzejec
Gary L. Atkinson
Richard M. Bianco




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SENIOR MEMBERS



Rachel M. Bloomfield
Joel P. Chack
Marc I. Epstein
Larry J. Feinman
Martin E. Kanoff
Charles R. Kelshaw
William J. Krajcirik




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If I had it to do over again,

I'd be a doctor. — August, 1969



ROBERT J. AITKEN, D.O.

JOHN F. KENNEDY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL



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SAMUEL L. ALFANO, D.O.

THE OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL CENTER OF
PHILADELPHIA



.. . "Doc, I have a pain in my neck."
'Ever have this pain before?' "Yep."
'Well, you have it again."
. . . "Doc, it hurts when I do this."
"Well, then don't do that!"

"... $20 please."






JOSEPH E. AMBROSE, JR., DO.

SUBURBAN GENERAL HOSPITAL

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LANCASTER OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL




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RICHARD B. ANTOSEK, D.O.

MEMORIAL OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL, YORK, PA.



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When asked about the minimum knowledge every
student should possess, Albert Einstein replies:

"I don't really know. Personally I never clutter
up my memory with facts I can easily find in an
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MADIGAN ARMY MEDICAL CENTER
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GARY L. ATKINSON, D.O.

THE OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL CENTER OF
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To my family,
especially Dad and Mom, for your love
and support. I never would have made
it without you.



All my love and thanks .



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GLEN S. BACON, DO.

NATIONAL NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER
BETHESDA, MARYLAND

f Let the peace of Christ rule In your
hearts, slnoe as members of one body
you were called to peace. And be
thankful. And whatever you do,
whether In word or deed, do It all
In the name of the Lord Jesus,
giving thanks to God the Father
through him." Colosslans 3: 15,1?







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John H. Bailey, Jr., M.D., 1943

University of Pennsylvania







JOHN H. BAILEY, III, D.O.

CLEVELAND CLINIC FOUNDATION





Dr. Sharon King Bailey, 1890
University or Cincinnati



John H. Bailey, M.D., 1915
JeflFerson Medical College



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ROBERT I. BARSKY, D.O.

CHERRY HILL MEDICAL CENTER




Odrite /oerAKme cam AareA/. eapress/ tA&
hrofoana ( sentiments/ of A>oe and
aratitud&fe/tfor- tAose^ suffK^ftiny/ me/
tArougd tA& cAaAenyes of-tAes& Azst/oar

{do- £F . . . atAom antd Aoanaiess
affection/ and patient encouragement/
sAoated m& tA& beauty a/id tranauiAtg

0/-/00& as/ u>e/l a& tAeffin& art of
medicine/.

ido- nup parents, ItrotAers/ and
"sister" . . ^Jor a/A tAe support, Ade
and patience.

idt i& autA firo/ound affection tAat id
tAanA/ mcA^^oa/Jor tA&
um/erstxzncAna, Awe 'and encoaruyeaient
tAat sustained/ m& tArougd tAese Amy
actus/.




BEVERLY A. BAUM, D.O.

THE OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL CENTER OF
PHILADELPHIA




" . . . tAat/ a /omdess/ utorA/is/ ay dead
uwrAA, amd a/axu0/ tAere conzes/ an/ Aoar
adtem one is/ uteartf of- prisons, opon&'s/
uwrA, and of devotion* to- duty, and ad

one craoesfor i&/ ay Antedjace, tAe/
axzrmtA and uxmder of~a Anting Aeart. "

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JOHN M. BAUMAN, D.O.

DETROIT OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL




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DAVID L. BEATON, D.O.

DOCTOR'S OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL, ERIE, PA.



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PATRICIA C. BELMONT, D.O.

GEISINGER MEDICAL CENTER



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BERNARD J. BERNACKI, DO.

DOCTOR'S HOSPITAL OF STARK COUNTY,
MASSILLON, OHIO



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Thanks, Mom and Dad



RICHARD M. BIANCO, DO.

COMMUNITY GENERAL OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL




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RACHAEL M. BLOOMFIELD, D.O.

FITZGERALD MERCY HOSPITAL




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'L'chiam" "To Life'







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JEAN-PAUL BONNET, DO.


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