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Looking Back – and Looking Ahead

August 28, 2013

It’s hard to believe that it has already been a year since we moved in and opened our Norwood campus. Our new facility has helped us serve our patients better with a state-of-the-art pathology lab as well as examination, diagnostic and surgical services all in one place.

While our group of 34 physicians maintains office hours in many locations throughout the tri-state, our Norwood Campus allows us to see dozens of patients each day for everything from checkups to outpatient surgeries. The past year has seen thousands of procedures performed to improve the lives of our patients.

We will continue to look to the future and plan for our patients’ needs. Part of our space is currently under construction as we prepare to install a new treatment option for prostate cancer, featuring leading edge technology. The Urology Group will be the first in the Tri-State region with this offering, which we will publicly announce in the next two months.

Thanks to our physicians, nurses, technicians and staff who have collectively allowed us to offer the most specialized treatment for urologic conditions in the area. And thank you to our patients, who have placed their trust in our care.

We look forward to continuing to grow and provide advanced care for our patients.

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