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Medical Matters Weekly: Telemedicine and Space-Based Lasers

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BENNINGTON, Vt. — Southwestern Vermont Health Care's "Medical Matters Weekly with Dr. Trey Dobson," a weekly interactive, multiplatform medical-themed talk show,s features Dr. Kevin Curtis.

Curtis the medical director of Connected Care and the Center for Telehealth at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health and an associate professor of emergency medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. He discussed telemedicine before, during, and after the pandemic and the future of medicine as a guest on the March 24 show. 

The show is produced with cooperation from Catamount Access Television and airs live at 2 p.m. on Wednesdays. Viewers can see "Medical Matters Weekly" live on Facebook. Those viewing on Facebook will be able to contribute questions through the chat function.

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Stamford School Appoints New Principal

STAMFORD, Mass. — The Stamford School appointed Randy Lichtenwalner as principal for the 2021-22 school year.  
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Lichtenwalner began his career in education after a short career in arts management, primarily working at not-for-profit off-Broadway theaters in New York City.  He transitioned to teaching through the New York City Teaching Fellows Program, where he began teaching at P.S. 161 Don Pedro Albizu Campos School in New York City's West Harlem neighborhood, where he taught 6th grade and 4th grade and later became Literacy Coach, working alongside teachers to help improve literacy instruction. 
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