Dr. Valizadeh Joins Adams Internists, Providing Primary Care Services

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ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems (BHS) announced the appointment of Guity Valizadeh, MD, a board certified primary care physician to the medical staff of Berkshire Medical Center (BMC) and the provider staff of Adams Internists of BMC. 
Dr. Valizadeh is accepting new patients in need of primary care services and is partnered with Drs. Chi Cheung and Benjamin Rudin, and Jeffrey Bialobok, NP, and Caitlin Roberts, FNP-C at Adams Internists of BMC.
Dr. Valizadeh came to the Berkshires from East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, and previously provided care at the Veteran's Administration, Quincy, MA, Boston Medical Center, Brigham & Women's Hospital, and other healthcare centers in the Boston area. Her clinical interests include preventative care.
Dr. Valizadeh is board certified in Internal Medicine and received her medical degree from Univeriste libre de Bruxelles Faculte de Medecine, Belgium. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Newton, MA.
For an appointment with Dr. Valizadeh, call Adams Internists of BMC at 413-743-1080.

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Shoplifters Pinch $37K in Merchandise from Ulta Beauty

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Four people have been charged for lifting thousands of dollars in merchandise from the Ulta Beauty store in Berkshire Crossing. 
Police were called to the store on Monday night by employees of the beauty products salon and arrested four people — two adults and two juveniles — who had more than $5,000 worth of products on them. 
Raquan Cartre, 22, and Jonneasia Welcome, 19, both of Albany, N.Y., are now wanted after failing to appear in Cental Berkshire District Court on Tuesday
District Attorney Timothy Shugrue says more than $37,000 in total has been stolen in four separate incidents from Ulta Beauty just in the last month. Employees have reported that in these incidents the suspects have driven away in a car with New York plates.
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