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Another successful Sports Physical Night at GMA

On May 10, Glenwood Medical Associates hosted another School Sports Physical evening. This tradition was started by Dr. Bruce Lippman, Sr. 30+ years ago and it’s a free service to kids who play sports for Glenwood’s middle school and high school. Providers from all over come together to give this important health check, and this year there were 365 local kids who came through this program.

Glenwood Medical Associates would like to give heartfelt thanks to: Dr. Robert Adams, Izaak Fitzgerald, PA-C, Dr. Joel Dickens, Dr. Matt Goodstein, Dr. Jamie Lowe, Dr. Chris George, Dr. David Lorah, Dr. Paul Salmen, Dr. James O’Donnell, Dr. Bruce Lippman, Jr., Dr. Kelli Konst-Skwiot, Dolores Snell, PA-C, Edlin Jara-Molinar, PA-C, Dr. Steve Zeiler, Dr. Peter Cohen, and of course, Dr. Bruce Lippman, Sr.

We couldn’t have managed any of this without the help and the humor from: Tiffany Brickell, Patty Yost, Marina Arias, Kristy Collins, Oyuki Alvarado, Yvette, Blanc, Gina Guiliani, Linda Echeverria, Paul Coppola, Roberto Puga, Andrea Bersson, Vivianna Martinez, Julio Aguirre, Rachel Rippy, Alex Rodriguez, Barbara Clarke, Henry Garvin, Maureen McGhee, Vanessa Ortiz, Gary Obreque and Maria Garcilazo. The clinic set up was organized by Cinthya Vega and Estefania Godinez, and we could not have been better prepared.

Big thanks to GSHS Athletic Director Craig Denny and to GSMS Assistant Principal Sandy DeCrow for getting the word out to our local students. It was another in a long series of amazing and important community events, and we’ll see you again next year!

Barbara Clarke

marketing and communications director, Glenwood Medical Associates

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