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HMS of NY Donates Vaccines to Greece

The Hellenic Medical Society of New York announced that it is proud to have donated 300 vaccines to Greece for children in need, aiding the humanitarian efforts of Doctors of the World. Pictured is Dr. Dimitris Markouizos, HMS NY member and donor, administering the vaccine at the Pediatric division of the Doctors of the World clinic in Perama. Also in the photo are  Dr. Markouizos and Dr. Kratimenos from the Hellenic Medical Society of NY.

HMS will present the annual Dr. Mary Kalopothakes  2014 Distinguished Female  Physician/Scientist Award Symposium on Wednesday, April 30 at Lenox Hill Hospital’s Einhorn Auditorium at 131 East 76th Street. This year’s honorre is Maria G. Vogiatzi, M.D., Chief of Pediatric Endocrinology, Associate Attending Pediatrician, New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Reception 6:30-7:00 PM, Academic Program 7:00-9:00 PM.

 

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