DETROIT, June 27 Southeast Michigan's most innovative,independently operated healthcare provider has a new radio show on WCHB (1200AM) titled "Urban Detroit Health Talk" from 6 -6:30 p.m. Sundays which beganon June 15, 2008.
The Manhattan Group, LLC, a leader in prescription delivery for retiredmunicipal employees and benefit administration, will host the weeklyinterviews and discussions with Michigan health and wellness experts on RadioOne station WCHB (1200 AM). "Urban Detroit Health Talk" June 22nd scheduledguest was Jason Klein, executive director of CareMark-CVS Pharmacies forMichigan.
"Health issues in the community and ways to effectively navigate throughthe maze of the healthcare system will be our focus," says Adam Korejsza, showhost and founder of The Manhattan Group. We will reach a broad section of thecommunity representing corporate, professionals, entrepreneurs and many of thekey decision makers of Detroit.
The Manhattan Group Senior Consultant and long-time Detroit community andhealth care advocate Shirley Lightsey will co-host "Urban Detroit HealthTalk."
Future scheduled guests include: Detroit Pistons and Detroit Shock teamphysician Robert Tietge, an expert in medicine and athletic knee replacementsurgery.
The Manhattan Group is affiliated with a network of 58,000 retailpharmacies nationwide. For more information, visit the Web sitewww.themanhattangroup.org.
SOURCE The Manhattan Group