Hello and Welcome back to our monthly Roseman Medical Group (RMG) newsletter!
I’d like to welcome our many new patients to our practice and thank you for trusting RMG with your health.
October was a busy month. We enjoyed seeing many of our colleagues and their families at our annual flu shot clinic in Summerlin. This year, it is even more important to get your flu shot. The flu and COVID-19 have some overlapping symptoms and as such, COVID-19 can go undiagnosed. It isn’t too late to get vaccinated.
Dr. Hunt and I had a great time as the team physicians for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Annual Golf Tournament. We really enjoy giving back to this worthy cause, while supporting the pro golfers and their support staff.
We eagerly await participating in the Annual Walk to Defeat ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or Lou Gehrig’s disease) on Sunday, November 8. It will be a “virtual” walk due to COVID-19, but our RMG team will make sure we will be out walking to support our many ALS patients and their families. Dr. Ginsburg and our RMG team work diligently to assist ALS patients in our Las Vegas community through their medical journey. If you would like to sign up to walk with our Roseman team, visit http://web.alsa.org/goto/roseman for more information.
I would also like to congratulate Dr. David Ginsburg and the many Roseman team members who all worked to achieve “Exemplary Status” by the AANEM for our EMG laboratory. This accreditation reflects the quality and high standards of this lab and is an exceptional honor. David Ginsburg has dedicated his life’s work in caring for his neurology patients, and this honor reflects this dedication. Dr. Ginsberg is caring for many patients that have a range of neurologic diseases and the EMG laboratory is critical in helping make early and accurate diagnoses.
Finally, I’d like to welcome Dr. KayLynn Bowman to our practice. Dr. Bowman is a Roseman University graduate and is a PharmD. As a clinical pharmacist, she will work alongside RMG practitioners in providing interprofessional care, supporting the whole patient. In many cases, patients are prescribed multiple prescriptions in complex regimens without understanding of the drug interactions that could occur, especially in the case of patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol. When pharmacists work collaboratively with patient’s providers, patients benefit through improved therapeutic outcomes. Welcome KayLynn!
We hope you enjoy this month’s informative articles and we look forward to serving you and your family in our clinic.
In good health,