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St. Rose starts new Speakers’ Bureau

In this file photo, Gloria Siefkes, R.N. and diabetes educator, displays what five pounds of fat looks like as she teaches a diabetes self-management class at St. Rose.

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St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center wants to help educate the public about illness prevention and treatment options, and is offering its experts to spread the word.
Members of the new St. Rose Speaker’s Bureau are available to talk with businesses, civic organizations, church groups, sororities and senior center visitors.
“We are available to any community group that wants to learn more about how to stay healthy, as well as treatment options when a problem does occur,” said Mark Mingenback, executive director of business strategy and marketing. “The national healthcare reform movement is emphasizing education and we want to help ...


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