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As one year comes to a close and another one begins, I am amazed when looking back all that we accomplished in 2018. Perhaps you find yourself doing the same thing. Where did you excel and where did you find challenges in your personal life, business life, with family and friends, and even with your health?
At The Urology Group, we spent 2018 seeing patients not only in our offices, but also in the community. Interacting with our patients in the community is one of our greatest joys throughout the year. Here are two examples:
Speaking of prostate cancer, 2018 marked the fifth year that The Urology Group has been treating prostate cancer with the highly precise CyberKnife® stereotactic body radiation therapy. To date we have treated nearly 1,600 men with this innovative technology.
One of my favorite parts of my job is working with our employees. In 2018 we hired additional staff members, including two new physicians Dr. Matthew A. Love in our Hamilton office and Dr. Brian J. Minnillo in our Anderson and Eastgate offices. We’re excited to welcome both physicians to our ever-growing team at The Urology Group.
With you in mind, this year we added an in-house pharmacy and upgraded our patient portal to serve you better. In the new year, we will continue to pursue the latest technologies and least invasive treatment options in order to offer the best urologic care in the tri-state area
We’re planning for an even better 2019 and look forward to sharing it with you. As you reflect on your year, we wish you a joyful holiday season and a healthy 2019.
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