Tag Archives: Navigation

UCF in NYC

Last week, I had the privilege to attend an amazing patient navigation training lead by the man who started the concept in the NYC neighborhood of Harlem, Dr. Harold P. Freeman. I had been looking forward to the training for a … Continue reading

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Feeling good in the Neighborhood

That may actually be the Applebee’s commercial slogan….but anyway, that’s how I feel about my experience in Baltimore today. Today was the first of hopefully many visits Katrina and I will take to the University of Maryland Medical Center Greenebaum … Continue reading

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“Navigation”

I thought I would write a brief post this week about navigation.  Navigation is essentially what drives us here at the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.  But what does this mean?  I had a great conversation yesterday with an … Continue reading

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