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Event

The Doctors Are In: COVID-19 Questions and Answers

Date: Wednesday August 18, 2021
Starts at: 6:00 pm
Ends at: 8:00 pm
Location: Over the phone - Dial 315-755-3100

If you have questions about COVID, particularly about getting vaccinated, Samaritan Medical Center is here for you. From 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, August 18th, North Country clinicians will be taking your calls and answering your questions.

To ask a question, call 315-755-3100. All calls are confidential.

At 7 p.m. WWNY-TV 7 News will be live with a half-hour special report. Anchor Jeff Cole will talk with doctors, who will answer questions on air. They’ll explain why it’s important to get vaccinated and how people can do it.

Answering the phones will be:
  • Dr. Jack Barkin, Chief Resident PGY3, Family Medicine, Samaritan Medical Center
  • Dr. John Burnett, Family Medicine, Samaritan Medical Center
  • Dr. Caitlin Donegan-Tartell, Family Medicine, Samaritan Medical Center
  • Dr. Marylene Duah, Infectious Disease, Samaritan Medical Center
  • Dr. Asim Kichloo, Chief of Hospital Medicine, Samaritan Medical Center
  • Dr. Maja Lundborg-Gray, Emergency Medicine, Samaritan Medical Center
  • Dr. Scott Mollison, Orthopedic Surgeon, Samaritan Medical Center
  • Dr. Kimberly Movsesian, Chief Resident PGY3, Internal Medicine, Samaritan Medical Center
  • Dr. Jan Turcotte, Surgeon, Samaritan Medical Center
  • Dr. LaVerne VanDeWall, Internal Medicine, Samaritan Medical Center & Watertown Internists
  • Dr. Joseph Wetterhahn, Family Medicine, Samaritan Medical Center
  • Dr. Sean Harney, Chief Medical Officer for Employed Medical Practices, Lewis County Health System
  • Dr. Andrew Ogden, OB/GYN, River Hospital
  • Dr. Prabhjot Thind, Pediatrics, Carthage Area Hospital
  • Joanne Atkinson, PA, Primary Care, Carthage Area Hospital