Dine with Doc program to feature neurologist Dr. Vishwas July 23 at PCH

Thursday, July 19, 2018
Dr. Vishwas

The Senior Education Ministries Dine with a Doc program will feature neurologist Dr. Mellekate Vishwas in its next monthly program on Monday, July 23 from 10 a.m. until noon at Putnam County Hospital (PCH), 1542 Bloomington St., Greencastle.

Dine with a Doc is a free program, held the fourth Monday of each month, that welcomes the local senior public to getting to hear an educational topic while enjoying a complimentary lunch.

The Dine with a Doc program is designed to get seniors out of their homes, fellowship with peers and educate them from a preventative standpoint with the goal of improving quality of life and helping them make an informed choice about health care.

Dr. Vishwas, a neurologist with UAP Clinic in Terre Haute, sees patients in the third-floor outpatient specialty clinic at PCH on the second and fourth Monday of every month.

He specializes in areas of epilepsy, headache, dizziness, vertigo, stroke, spinal cord disease, neuromuscular disorders, neuro-immunology, including M.S. and other autoimmune diseases, movement disorders, metabolic and other neurological disorders in adults and children.

Board certified in neurology with special qualifications in child neurology, Dr. Vishwas earned his medical degree from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, and received his medical training as research fellow at Harvard Medical School. His residency/internship was at Wake Forest University of Medical Science.

For more information about Dr. Vishwas and his services, persons may call 812-242-3125. Referrals are required from your doctor.

A complimentary lunch will be served courtesy Putnam County Hospital.

Hickory Creek at Sunset will offer a complimentary wellness clinic (blood pressure screening).

Various health care providers will share information about their services and provide door prizes for participants.

For more information, persons may call 812-917-4970 or email loriaplin@gmail.com.

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