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The Voice of the Black Community
Community Health Luncheon-Mecklenburg Medical Alliance & Endowment
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Date: February 20, 2014
Time: 1:00 pm

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Myers Park Methodist Church
1501 Queens Road
Charlotte, NC 28207

Contact: Gretchen Allen
Phone: 704-332-1522
Email: GRETNET@GMAIL.COM
Site: www.mmaeonline.com/advocate

The death of her son was a medical tragedy that transformed speaker Patty Skolnik into an advocate for patients and families in healthcare. Knowing that each one of us will, at some point in our lives, be a patient or a caregiver, makes the information Ms. Skolnik imparts some of the most important information you may ever hear.


MMAE’s keynote speaker at the 2014 Community Health Luncheon will share her story and insights into:
-How shared decision-making improves your family’s healthcare outcomes
-The need to advocate for our loved ones and the role of a patient advocate
-Partnering with your healthcare provider and communicating effectively


Patty Skolnik is a dynamic speaker, a voice for patient safety, who conducts patient advocacy workshops for organizations and hospitals. She emphasizes simple communication strategies that can dramatically affect the health and well being of ourselves and those we love.


Make your reservation and join us on the 20th. Tickets for the luncheon are $30 per person and available for purchase online.




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