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13294Dr. Forrester was an excellent lectuer, thank you everyone

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    May 25, 2014
      the Dr drove 4 hours RT to attend the potluck

      Thank you Dixie and all the volunteers including the setup/cleanup volunteers

      Some of us don't know it, we have some of the finest speakers around

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      details of the past potluck

      SFVS POTLUCK, Saturday, May 17, 6:30 p.m. & Lecture 7:30 p.m. Causes & Prevention of Chronic Diseases” by Dr. Don Forrester (MD)
      WhenSat, May 17, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
      WhereCyprian’s Arc, 2097 Turk Street at Lyon Street, San Francisco (map)
      DescriptionSFVS POTLUCK, Saturday, May 17, 6:30 p.m. & Lecture 7:30 p.m. Causes & Prevention of Chronic Diseases” by Dr. Don Forrester (MD) Cyprian’s Arc, 2097 Turk Street at Lyon Street, San Francisco MUNI: #31 Balboa stops on corner of Turk & Lyon. #5 Fulton stops at Lyon, 2 blocks up to Turk. $2 with food enough to serve 10 persons; $12 without food. Vegan dishes preferred. Call 415-273-5481 for updates on speakers & potlucks or general information.Dr. Don Forrester is a Family Medicine physician who is also certified in medical management and continuous quality improvement. He worked for the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program for 30 years. Since “retiring” in 2008, he contributes to his community and profession through writing, clinical work, consulting and presentations. He serves as the Medical Director for EarthSave’s Meals for Health Program. His article, A Path to World-Class Service for Medical Organizations, was recently published in the Physician Executive Journal. His presentations focus on primary and secondary prevention and how they relate to improving quality and service while reducing the cost of medical care.Contact Information: email: donforr@gmail.c om, website: www.clinicalcat alyst.com
       
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