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Virtual Guilford Town Hall for Medical and Health Concerns

GBL Members: Below is an announcement of a Virtual Guilford Town Hall taking place tonight, organized by a group of physicians in our community.

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Fellow Guilford community members –

I hope you are doing well in these unprecedented times. While there are many facets to this evolving situation, we are lucky enough to live in a community with a lot of medical expertise and involvement.

I wanted to make you aware of a “Virtual Guilford Town Hall for Medical and Health Concerns” that will take place on Monday March 30th from 7.30-8.30pm. The intent of this webinar is to provide some perspective from diverse physicians who live in Guilford and to allow for discussion and questions from the community about medical and health issues associated with this outbreak. The current make-up of the panel is below. The format will be brief opening discussion by the panelists followed by a question and answer period. We hope you will join us.

  • We hope to entertain live questions via the chat function on the webinar, but if you have questions ahead of time they can be emailed to . This email will be checked by Barry Felson, a Guilford resident, and compiled for the panel. Please email him any questions prior to 3p on Monday.
  • The actual webinar will take place on Zoom. The best way to join this is via computer, ideally with video capabilities. It can be joined by tablet or phone as well. To fully participate you will need to download the Zoom app, if you have not done Zoom previously we recommend you do this ahead of time and/or try to join earlier than the start time. The webinar will open at 7:15pm prior to starting at 7.30. A basic guide to Zoom is attached. It is possible to phone in for audio.
  • The meeting allows up to 300 people to join. It will be recorded and posted afterwards for those who cannot attend.
  • We encourage you to share this information with any Guilford residents who may be interested. We would like to try to limit participation to Guilford residents if possible.
  • I will do my best to moderate. If you have any questions, concerns, comments, or suggestions please feel free to contact me at . Please note that while both the Town of Guilford (Matt Hoey first selectman) and Yale University are aware and supportive of this initiative it is not officially sponsored by either of them and does not necessarily represent any official recommendations or advice. Please also be aware that we will specifically attempt to avoid any political discussions.

 

Sincerely,

Chris Moore

 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/981302471

 

Phone in: 203-432-966 or 888-788-0099 Meeting ID: 981 302 471

 

Dr. Karen Goldberg – local pediatrician and advisor to local schools

Dr. Susan Kashaf – internal medicine physician at the Veterans Administration hospital

Dr. Vahid Mohsenin – pulmonary and critical care specialist at Yale University

Dr. Harry Moscovitz – Director, Shoreline Medical Center Emergency Department

Dr. Sunil Parikh – infectious disease specialist with Masters in Pubilc Health in Epidemiology focusing on microbial diseases

Dr. Chris Ruser – internal medicine physician and Chief of Primary Care, Veterans Administration hospital

Dr. Marietta Vazquez – pediatric infectious disease specialist, vaccine researcher, and Vice Chair of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Yale Pediatrics


by posted 03/30/2020
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