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It is PinnacleHealth’s goal to provide excellent customer service and quality patient care. We apologize that we did not meet the standard of care you expected. Based upon the type of concern you have documented and to meet our grievance requirements we would like one of our Patient Representatives to contact you. Our Patient Representative Staff are highly skilled in making sure your concerns are thoroughly investigated. Please contact us at (717) 782-5503 or fill out this brief form and they will respond to you within one business day:http://www.pinnaclehealth.org/customer-relations-form/
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Many women are considering surgical options to decrease their cancer risk if they are carrying the breast cancer gene mutation. Is this overcautious or overacting? Click here to learn more about the BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutation: http://bit.ly/1M1TR17
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We love texting but did you know looking down at your phone can cause a variety of problems? Click here to read Dr. Michael Fernandez’ blog on “text neck”: http://bit.ly/1NBwbki
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One of the most talked about issues in the news recently is the increase in sexual assaults, child abuse, and domestic violence. Knowledge is power. It is important to understand the facts and available resources so you can help a friend, child, loved one, or even yourself, if necessary. Click here to read more: http://bit.ly/1R6WvAn
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Did you know more than 6 million men suffer from depression each year in America—but a reluctance to seek help could mean the real number is much higher. Click here to read more about depression in men from Michael Zug, LNP: http://bit.ly/1FRBp8X
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In the first blog of the series Dr. Deborah J. Herchelroath discussed sexual health and the role it plays in in healthy relationships. Part 2 of the series is about safe sex and protecting yourself from sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Click here to read the blog: http://bit.ly/1gfTaCg
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