Medical Director of DCMH Center
for Breast Health to Offer Free
Educational Programs to Community Groups
DREXEL HILL, PA— Based on statistics by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Delaware County has the fourth highest occurrence of breast cancer out of the state's 67 counties. To promote the importance of early detection of breast cancer, education about the warning signs, risk factors and how to detect breast cancer is key. Because of this, Thomas Matulewski, M.D medical director of the Center for Breast Health at Delaware County Memorial Hospital, is offering FREE educational programs for local community groups.
The presentations, which would last 35-45 minutes, would include the importance of self breast exams, screening recommendations, risk factors, diagnosis and more. The program can be tailored to your organization’s needs, and would be suitable for a group of approximately 15-20 people. Presentations are currently being scheduled for the spring, summer and fall months. For information or to schedule a program, please call Debbie Simon, director of DCMH’s Healthline Services department, at (610) 284-8158.
The Center for Breast Health, located on the first floor of DCMH's Medical Office Building in Drexel Hill, PA, provides state-of-the-art care for women with breast problems in a respectful, thorough, thoughtful and calm manner. For more information about DCMH’s Center for Breast Health, call (610) 394-1840 or visit www.crozer.org. DCMH’s breast health programs are supported in part by a grant from Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Philadelphia Affiliate.
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