January 6, 2009 ~ Dr. David A. Laskin, Internal Medicine

This week Kitty and Dr. Fallon will interview Dr.David A. Laskin , Internal Medicine. Listener’s are invited to call in with their questions and comments. Tuesday Evening 8:00PM ~ 9:00PM (EST) Cruisin 92.1 FM~WVLT, streaming live on the web at www.wvlt.com Call In: 856-696-0092

Dr. David A. Laskin

Dr. Laskin is a practicing primary care clinician in Gloucester County, NJ, being board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics.  He is the lead physician in a four doctor Internal Medicine practice and is an attending physician at Underwood Memorial Hospital in Woodbury, New Jersey since 1982.  He also serves as the medical director of the Transitional Care Unit, a 17 bed unit specializing in rehabilitation.  He is one of only 2500 Certified Medical Directors in the country.

His interests in the field of medicine revolve around preventive health care, stressing proper nutrition, exercise, and being proactive about health.  By practicing medicine “the old fashioned way,” where a doctor can really make a difference in someone’s life,
Dr. Laskin has been able to be quite active in his community and spend the necessary time with his patients in the office, as well as deliver educational seminars to help people stay healthy!

Outside of practicing medicine, Dr. Laskin is an avid cyclist, participating in the American Cancer Society and MS 150 bike rides annually.  He has been happily married to his wife, Carol, and they have two college-aged daughters that bring them much joy!  He wishes everyone a very happy and healthy New Year!

Photo Above:  Dr. David A. Laskin




 

 

 

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