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Dr. Eliscer Guzman, with The Mount Sinai Medical Center, Join Forces to Celebrate the Community Diabetes and Cardiovascular Care Program's Graduation Ceremony on September 16th

Thursday, September 17, 2009 General News J E 4
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NEW YORK, Sept. 10 "Teaching Health, Changing Lives" is how Dr. Eliscer Guzman and The Mount Sinai Medical Center describe the Community Diabetes and Cardiovascular Care Program (CDCCP), a collaborative educational outreach program which was designed specifically for people from the vulnerable Latino community diagnosed with diabetes.

Twenty-five patients from The Mount Sinai Medical Center were randomly selected to participate in an 8-10 week course where they learned how to live and manage diabetes. On September 16th, all twenty-five students will gather to celebrate their graduation - being the first class to complete the Community Diabetes and Cardiovascular Care Program.

Joining them will be select physicians from The Mount Sinai Medical Center and Dr. Eliscer Guzman who together provided a free, high quality educational program for patients from the Latino community. All of their hard work and dedication will be realized when each student receives their certificate.

Participate in this unprecedented event, meet the graduating patients and the medical professionals responsible for their education. The Community Diabetes and Cardiovascular Care Program has positively impacted the lives of diabetic patients from the underserved Latino community in New York.

WHO - Dr. Eliscer Guzman, select members of The Mount Sinai Medical Staff, and the CDCCP Students

WHAT - Graduation Ceremony of the first class of the Community Diabetes and Cardiovascular Care Program

WHERE -Cardiology and Diabetes Care Center - 3340 Broadway, New York City, NY 10031

WHEN - Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

TIME - 6:00-7:30 PM

ABOUT - The goal of Dr. Eliscer Guzman and The Mount Sinai Medical Center is to provide a free educational program that is available to underserved patients and people diagnosed with diabetes from the Latino community. Their commitment and dedication to patients has been the catalyst of the Community Diabetes and Cardiovascular Care Program. This 10 week course teaches patients how to understand, cope, manage and live with diabetes.

ALL MEDIA MUST PRE-REGISTER BY 09/14/09, OTHERWISE NO ACCESS WILL BE GRANTED

SOURCE The Mount Sinai Medical Center
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