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Adam C. Lake, M.D.

Adam C. Lake, M.D., has won the Family Medicine Education Consortium’s 2017 Emerging Leader award.

The award is given to clinicians with three years or less experience who have shown the potential to be future leaders in family medicine.
Dr. Lake, who practices at LG Health Physicians Comprehensive Care, was nominated by Stephen Ratcliffe, M.D. He will receive his award Nov. 11, during the 2017 FMEC Annual Meeting in Cleveland.
Dr. Lake also will be honored for his prose writing. “Addiction in Isolation," his piece about his monthly volunteer work with a local buprenorphine clinic.
“Treating addiction is a practice in a strange kind of love,” he writes. “Practicing trust without being manipulated. … Practicing hope with enough distance that a relapse hurts less.”



Dr. Chris Shih (left) will play a two-piano concert with friend and colleague Dr. Thomas Yu, Sunday, Nov. 5, in Lancaster.

Dr. Shih will play Lancaster two-piano recital Nov. 5

Christopher E. Shih, M.D., will perform in a joint two-piano recital with Thomas Yu, D.M.D, at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 5, at the Ware Center in downtown Lancaster.

Dr. Shih practices at Regional GI. His longtime duo partner, Dr. Yu, is a periodontist who practices in Canada. Both are winners of the Van Cliburn International Amateur Piano Competition.

All proceeds from the concert will go to Music for Everyone, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting music in area schools and communities.


Drs. Ami Jhaveri and Beth Horenkamp

Drs. Jhaveri and Horenkamp featured in LNP’s breast cancer coverage

Ami Jhaveri, M.D., wrote an op-ed on living with metastatic breast cancer. Dr. Jhaveri also was interviewed for a story on male breast cancer.
Beth Horenkamp, M.D., talked to LNP about breast cancer in women under age 30. Both physicians practice with LG Health Physicians Hematology & Medical Oncology.



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