Charlotte Hungerford Hospital (CHH) Primary Care of Thomaston has introduced Ear, Nose & Throat, Cardiology, Podiatry, and Pulmonary Service workplace hours at its workplace, placed 76 Watertown Road, Thomaston.
“We are excited to enlarge our healthcare offerings within the extra Thomaston area,” stated Joan Palmer, Administrative Director of the CHH Multi-Specialty Group. In the past year, the office has welcomed trendy practitioner Dr. Roger El-Hachem and APRNs Thayer Clark and Siena Giordano, joining Site Director Dr. Kenrick Hom and APRN Melanie Mollica.
Otolaryngologist Dr. Ari Namon of CHH Ear, Nose & Throat gives office consultations and comply with-up addressing grownup and pediatric take care of ear infections and hearing loss, sleep apnea and loud night breathing, and sinus disorders with endoscopic surgery. He also treats nasal obstruction and treatment, and perform tonsil, adenoid, and thyroid surgery, as well as pores and skin most cancers, and head and neck tumor surgical treatment.
Cardiologist Ofer Sagiv, M.D., F.A.C.C., R.P.V.I, of Torrington’s CHH Cardiovascular Associates gives workplace consultations and follow-up which includes diagnostic Echocardiography, EKG, Nuclear and Regular Stress trying out, Peripheral Artery Scanning, and laboratory checking out.
Pulmonologist Yin Fei Hung, MD, of CHH Pulmonary and Critical Care gives office consultations and comply with-up presenting contemporary medical reviews, analysis, and treatment for patients with illnesses associated with lungs and breathing.
Podiatrists Dennis D’ Onofrio, DPM, FACFAS, and Benish Ali, DPM of the CHH Foot Center provide workplace hours and follow-up providing a powerful, well-timed prognosis of foot related clinical issues.
CHH Primary care Thomaston accepts maximum foremost insurances with office hours Monday thru Friday from eight:30 a.M. To five p.M. For appointments call 860-880-8091.
Forbes, Torringford colleges holding wellness honest
TORRINGTON — Forbes and Torringford Elementary schools will host a Joint Health and Wellness Festival on Friday, 5:30 -7:30 p.M. Inside the fitness center and cafeteria at Torringford.
There might be corporations and fitness organizations from in and around the Torrington place. The purpose is to ask the community to a loose informational event so as to aid wholesome residing.
There may be demonstrations, fingers on sports to be able to engage and tell old and young alike, ways to improve their fitness and offer information that can be shared will all circle of relatives individuals.
Both colleges are worried about this occasion via a web hosting a sales space, giving a demonstration, decorating for the event and having a Wellness Week subject leading as much as the occasion. Forbes and Torringford’s Joint Wellness Committee are websites hosting this occasion. Contact Janice Harrington at Forbes school or Erin Considine at Torringford Elementary, for extra data approximately the occasion at [email protected] or [email protected]
H.O.R.S.E. To hold spring open house
WASHINGTON — H.O.R.S.E. Of Connecticut will maintain its annual Spring Open House on Saturday, 10 a.M.-three p.M. With a rain date of Sunday, May 19. Hourly excursions, pony rides, a bake sale, rings, and bag sale and volunteer possibilities may be to be had.
A tack sale gives saddles, bridles, blankets, boots, helmets, grooming equipment and new and used equine apparel. Horses are available for sponsorship, lease or adoption.
H.O.R.S.E. Of Connecticut is a non-income, 501(c)three rescue company positioned at forty-three Wilbur Road, Washington, CT. For extra records or to make a tax-deductible donation, go to www.Horseofct.Org or call 860-868-1960
TVFD preserving Bake Sale & Bands fundraiser
TORRINGTON — Torringford Volunteer Fire Department, in collaboration with Noelke Gallery will maintain a Bake Sale and Bands fundraiser, Saturday at 6 p.M. Noelke Gallery is located at 15 Water St.; www.Noelkegallery.Com
Bands consist of Say Love, Kenny Storrs from Lone Piper, and Old Bones. The bake sale could have pies, treats, and cookies formed like fireplace vehicles.
John Noelke, owner of Noelke Gallery, at the side of Ian Matthew and buddies, held a fundraiser December, gathering meals and clothing for the soup kitchen and Torrington High School college students. He has decided to do it once more for the fireplace department. Facing budget cuts, the volunteer fire departments are asking the humans of Torrington and surrounding cities to come in and go to, supporting a terrific purpose.