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Holy Family Hospital Orthopedic Surgeon Joshua Pletka, MD, will talk about new ways to help tho

There will be on-site interviews for open positions on all shifts. Mental health counselors, registered psychiatric nurses, licensed social workers, and substance abuse counselors are encouraged to apply.

Those who smoke, chew tobacco, consume alcohol, or have a prior history of head and neck cancer, have a greater risk of developing head and neck cancer. Symptoms include a lump, a sore that does not heal, a sore throat that does not go away, difficulty swallowing, and a change or hoarseness in the voice.

The event is part of educational outreach to residents on mental health issues. During the event a panel of experts will discuss the challenges of having both a mental health and substance use disorder.

Orthopedic Surgeon Steven J. Andriola, MD will explain how patients can have joint replacement surgery and go home the same day.

Dr. Canellakis will discuss treatment options, including new minimally invasive procedures such as UroLift™ which reduces pressure on the urethra and helps preserve sexual function.

For the sixth year in a row Holy Family Hospital’s Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center has earned the Robert A. Warriner, III Center of Excellence award for exceeding healing and quality benchmarks. The honor comes from Healogics, one of the nation’s leading wound care management companies.

Primary Care Physician Nita Pant, MD will talk about the causes of congestive heart failure, what patients can do on their own to help prevent it, treatment options, and common medications used to treat it.

Beth Cronin, a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator at Holy Family Hospital, will offer tips about meal planning, supermarket shopping, and snack choices.

Urologist Abdulrahman Babeir, MD will talk about the causes of incontinence in men and women, and available treatment options.