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May162011

Change to Medical Office Building Name/Signs

Our existing patients may have noticed that the sign in front of our office building has changed. Thanks to a generous donation from the Wilson family the first level of the office building is the home of a cancer center for our Beaches community. The rest of the office building continues to be “Medical Office Building B”.

For new patients, we are still located in Medical Office Building B which is the same building identified with the sign “Wilson Cancer Care Center”.

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