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January 14, 2008



              Doctors Community Hospital to Host Free Health Lecture Series

Lanham, Md.—As part of its longstanding commitment to increase public education of current
health and medical issues, Doctors Community Hospital (DCH), a leading medical and surgical
hospital in Prince George’s County, has launched a free community health lecture series that will
provide insight on several key health topics, from pain management to sexual dysfunction. The
informal yet informative lecture series titled “Coffee & Conversation” provides the community
with health care expertise and practical advice from seasoned DCH doctors.

The lecture series begins Tuesday, Jan. 22, and will continue every fourth Tuesday of each
month through May (see lecture series schedule below for topics). Lectures will be held from
6:30 to 8 p.m. on the fourth floor of the DCH Medical Office Building. Light refreshments will
be served. There is no charge to attend the lectures, but registration is encouraged. To register or
receive more information, call the DCH Community Relations Department at 301-552-8060.

Lecture Series Schedule

January 22
Freedom From Pain
Paul Davies, M.D., and Damean Freas, D.O.
Pain Management

February 26
Hot! Hot! Hot! Menopause & Hormone Replacement Therapy
Chandra Graham, M.D., and Ricardo Scartascini, M.D.
Obstetrics and Gynecology

March 25
Venous Disease: Surgical & Non-Surgical Treatment Options
Alozie Uneze M.D.
Vascular and Interventional Radiology

April 22
Sexual Dysfunctions: Effective Treatment Options
Urology

May 27
The ABC’s of ZZZ’s: Understanding Sleep Disorders and the Value of Sleep
Riad Dakheel, M.D.
Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine

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Doctors Community Hospital is an award-winning, 186-bed acute care medical and surgical
hospital. Founded in 1975 by leading physicians in Prince George’s County, the hospital has
continued to be in the forefront in providing state-of-the-art medical care while remembering the
elemental human touch. www.DCHweb.org.

								
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