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Goshen Physicians is opening a new family medicine practice in North Webster. The office will be located in the North Webster Community Center at 301 N Main Street, Suite 121.
As we enter Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Goshen Health wants to raise awareness of prostate cancer and encourage men to talk to their doctors about when to get screened. According to the National Cancer Institute, prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men in the U.S., where about one out of every eight men will be diagnosed with the cancer.
Rene Alonzo, MD, has joined Goshen Physicians Family Medicine Pro Park. He provides complete care for the entire family, from newborns and adolescents to young adults and older generations.
Madeline Vandecappelle, MD, provides a full spectrum of care to patients of all ages at Goshen Physicians Family Medicine Middlebury. She specializes in family medicine with a focus on preventive care and management of chronic diseases.
To raise awareness of the importance of colorectal cancer screening, Goshen Center for Cancer Care is mailing free FIT kits to people who qualify. A FIT kit is a fecal immunochemical test kit that allows a qualifying individual to gather a stool sample in the privacy of their home and mail it into a lab for analysis.