Assemblywoman Sandy Galef discusses the importance of medical centers who specialize in the involvement of Family Medicine Residency programs with Lindsay Farrell (left) and Dr. Shantie Harkisoon (right).
Galef, Farrell and Harkisoon’s conversation touches on the positive effect of the NYMC Phelps Family Medicine Residency Program that offers an optimal education environment to develop the potential of residents as individuals, physicians, teachers and learners. They talk about how family physicians will provide outstanding clinical care and service through partnership and innovation. The Family Medicine Residency Program provides high quality and cost effective service to their patients and for the generations to come.
“I hope this discussion shows the people of New York that practitioners who specialize in Family Medicine will indeed meet the growing shortage of primary care physicians in the U.S. and create a new bond between doctor and patient,” said Galef.
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