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Feeling Crushed by the Weight of Medical Bills?

December 31, 2016

Although heath insurance should pay the bulk of your medical bills, even with the best coverage, co-pays are usually hefty. This article will tell you how to reduce or eliminate co-pays when financial circumstances leave you unable to pay.

Wells Christie Rolfing® Wins Prestigious “Excellence in Health Care” Award

Wells Christie Rolfing® Wins Prestigious “Excellence in Health Care” Award

November 28, 2016

Wells Christie Rolfing® is honored to have won in the Innovations in Health Care category of BizEventz’ Excellence in Health Care 2016 awards. This annual awards event recognizes Central New York’s top health-care industry leaders, innovators, and companies that have a signi­ficant impact on the quality of health care and services in our community. Awards were presented at an evening gala and awards presentation event, October 20 at The Lodge at Welch Allyn in Skaneateles, New York.

Heart of a Warrior

Heart of a Warrior

March 15, 2016

She cherishes each moment after surviving a medical emergency.

Remembering Dolph Schayes for his off-the-court connections

Remembering Dolph Schayes for his off-the-court connections

February 15, 2016

“Remembering Dolph Schayes for his off-the-court connections,” is an article to which I was proud to contribute. In addition to being one of the NBA’s greatest basketball players, Dolph, you embodied the word “mensch.”

Expressing Eternal Gratitude

Expressing Eternal Gratitude

December 9, 2015

I wanted to thank my exceptional cardiac surgeon in a meaningful way and recently got the chance . . . I had the great honor of introducing Dr. Gregory Fink, Surgeon of the Year, at this year’s Excellence in Health Care Awards.

A survivor’s advice for caregivers

A survivor’s advice for caregivers

September 6, 2015

As published by the American Heart Association Debra Becker is a heart disease survivor. Her guest blog will share her story and her advice for others in four installments. This is Part 4. Read Part 1 here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here. This past October I had unexpected open heart surgery to repair my mitral valve […]