As temperatures drop, the risk of winter ailments increases for seniors. Join DispatchHealth National Medical Director, Wendy Kissinger, DO, for a deep dive into prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the most commonly reported health concerns during the cold-weather season.
|Wednesday, February 2, 2022||11 a.m. - 12 p.m. (Mountain Time)|
- Strategies for helping seniors stay mentally and physically well
- Tips on recognizing symptoms
- Treatment insights and outcomes
- Town Hall led by Maryanne Murphy, Regional Business Development Manager
Dr. Wendy Kissinger, DO
Dr. Kissinger, a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, has over 10 years of experience as a board-certified emergency physician. In her role as the National Medical Director at DispatchHealth, she supports all the local medical directors on a national level.
DispatchHealth helps reduce avoidable ER visits, a hospital admission or a skilled nursing facility stay by delivering high-acuity and cost-effective medical care to patients in their homes. DispatchHealth provides patient-centered care with an integrated delivery model and works in conjunction with health systems, payers, employers, senior living, provider groups and Emergency Medical Services. DispatchHealth’s current service lines include EMS (911 alternative), Acute Care (ER alternative), Bridge Care (readmission alternative), Advanced Care (hospital alternative), Extended Care (nursing facility alternative) and Clinic Without Walls (telehealth alternative).
Patients can also contact DispatchHealth directly via phone, app or website. DispatchHealth is partnered with most major insurance companies. For more information, visit DispatchHealth.com.