By Tozi Rubin
Special to The PREVIEW
On Oct. 11, the Mountain View Homemakers will be presenting a panel of physicians who will speak about women’s health issues.
While personal care recommendations cannot be made, they will give information about signs and symptoms and the treatment and care of a variety of issues. The panel will include:
• Dr. Bill Jordan is a medical oncologist and medical director for the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC). Jordan trained at MD Anderson Hospital and has over 40 years of experience in oncology.
• Dr. Jeff Levison is dual board certified in internal medicine and urgent care medicine. He has been practicing since 1992 and joined PSMC in 2015. Levison specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases that affect adults. He deals with acute and chronic medical problems plus discussing issues of health maintenance.
• Kelly Cesary, MSN, APN, ANP-BC, is an advanced practice nurse with 20 years of experience with cancer care and chemotherapy. Most recently, she was with Cancer Centers of Colorado at Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver, a nationally accredited program for breast cancer.
We invite all area women to meet at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 11, at the Community United Methodist Church on Lewis Street.
We socialize before we enjoy a potluck lunch provided by members. First-time visitors are not expected to bring food. This is a wonderful opportunity to make new friends in the community.
Mountain View Homemakers is a 50-year-old monthly gathering of area women who are interested in making their lives, the lives of their families and the community more enjoyable. The meetings include lunch and a speaker or activity.
We meet on the second Thursday of every month. There are no dues or membership requirements and every interested woman is welcome. No special skills are necessary. If you live in a home, you are a homemaker.
Call Tozi Rubin at 731-3360 with any questions.
By Tozi Rubin