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Luncheon focuses on health workers
Dr. Christina M. Berenguer of Southeast Georgia Surgery speaks to attendees at the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce’s Progress through People Luncheon. - photo by Photo provided.
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce had its monthly Progress through People Luncheon on Sept. 23 at the CenturyLink 50x50 Building. The luncheon, sponsored by Liberty Regional Medical Center, featured five LRMC physicians: Dr. Seth A. Borquaye of Comprehensive OB/GYN Health Center, Dr. Christina M. Berenguer of Southeast Georgia Surgery, Dr. Bryan Ristow of Liberty Cardiology, Dr. Wumi Oguntunmibi of Coastal Medical Specialist in Lung and Critical Care PC and Dr. W. Stephen Tankersley of Coastal Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Specialists.
Each physician spoke about their practices, their journeys to settle into the Liberty County area and their devotion to Liberty Regional Medical Center. Luncheon attendees mingled with the doctors, asked questions and enjoyed lunch catered and served by Paul Kennedy Catering.
“This was a unique opportunity for our chamber members to meet some of the newest physicians to our community without having to utilize their services quite yet,” said Genese Baker, membership and programs director for the chamber. She said the luncheon allowed attendees to meet and hear from the people behind the physician lab coats while learning about their interests, backgrounds and plans.
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