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Aging Matters – Importance of Primary Doctor

Aging Matters – Importance of Primary Doctor

Doctor Melanie Mintzer, of Generations Family Practice, discusses the importance of having an established relationship with a primary physician as you grow older on this radio segment of “Aging Matters.” She and the hosts also discuss maximizing quality of life for patients with heart failure.
Listen here >> https://goo.gl/mdRRQ4 [Dr. Mintzer’s portion begins at minute 20:50]
“Aging Matters” is a joint project among Transitions GuidingLights, Transitions LifeCare, and local Raleigh news station WPTF. Its focus is to help you navigate the many choices and issues we face as we age or as we care for an aging loved one.

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