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Dr. Jennifer Potter Named Professor at Harvard Medical School

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Jennifer Potter, MD, LGBT Population Health Program Director and Co-Chair of The Fenway Institute, has been named a Professor at Harvard Medical School (HMS). An announcement from the HMS LGBTQ and Allies group cited the appointment as recognition of Dr. Potter’s “hard work in LGBT health research and education.” Dr. Jennifer Potter has been named a Professor at Harvard Medical School. “The most exciting development during my career is seeing LGBT Health become an internationally recognized and growing field. How exciting to get to be a part of that,” said Dr. Potter. Before being appointed Co-Chair of The Fenway Institute, 
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Treat Yourself To New Eyewear For A New Year

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Do you still have 2016 funds remaining in your Flexible Spending Account? Consider starting off 2017 with new, stylish pair of glasses from Fenway Health’s Optical Shop! Health savings accounts allow you to use tax-free earnings to purchase medical supplies, including eyeglasses and contact lenses. If that money is not used, it will be lost. Check with your HR department or HSA vendor to find out what rules apply to your money. By purchasing eyeglasses, sunglasses or contact lenses at Fenway Health, you also support the mission of caring for all who need help, regardless of their income or ability 
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Fenway: South End Expands to Welcome Family Medicine

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Fenway: South End at 142 Berkeley Street is growing this summer with some exciting new changes on the horizon. In addition to new facilities and expanded space, we are excited to announce the launch of Family Medicine in the South End later this fall. The build-out, which kicked off in May and is currently underway on both the second and fourth floors, will allow Fenway: South End to better serve the community and our surrounding neighborhood, while continuing to deliver the highest quality of care to all patients. Changes to come this fall include: New exam rooms and additional space 
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New Provider Spotlight: Ann Burke, Patient Advocate of the Violence Recovery Program (Cape Cod)

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Ann Burke, Patient Advocate of the Violence Recovery Program (Cape Cod) Joined Fenway in March, 2016 Education: Associate Degree in Nursing, Cape Cod Community College; Master’s in Counseling, Cambridge College.   What inspired you to become the Violence Recovery Patient Advocate for Cape Cod?   I have always been an advocate for the underserved populations as well as a humanitarian. I have been a nurse for over 25 years and advocated for my patients regarding their own needs, or that of their family, whether it was a physical, emotional or financial need. I have the ability to step outside the box and 
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New Provider Spotlight: Paul Andruszewski, Nurse

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Paul Andruszewski, RN Joined Fenway in October, 2015 Education: Broward College; American College of Sports Medicine Any clinical interests or specializations? What drew you to these areas? Even though I come from working on a cardiac unit at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago where the focus was treatment, my passion is prevention. Prior to being a nurse, I was a Wellness/Fitness Trainer. I enjoy assisting patients to take steps that positively impact the trajectory of their health and quality of life in the future. Are there any developments or advancements in the field that you’re particularly excited about? I am 
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