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Puppy Love at Wheeling Hospital Well Doll Clinic

December 7, 2012

Brandon D’Accione listens to his dog’s heartbeat while Dr. Evelyn Nartatez-Serag waits for the results. Each year, a number of area pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students attend Wheeling Hospital’s Well Doll Clinic. The purpose is to help youngsters feel more at ease around physicians. The students tell the physician about their doll’s or stuffed animal’s ailment and then help the physician render a treatment. D’Accione is the son of Amy and Matt D’Accione and attends Bethlehem Elementary School. Nartatez-Serag serves with the hospital’s Family Medicine Residency Program.

Brandon D’Accione listens to his dog’s heartbeat while Dr. Evelyn Nartatez-Serag waits for the results. Each year, a number of area pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students attend Wheeling Hospital’s Well Doll Clinic. The purpose is to help youngsters feel more at ease around physicians. The students tell the physician about their doll’s or stuffed animal’s ailment and then help the physician render a treatment. D’Accione is the son of Amy and Matt D’Accione and attends Bethlehem Elementary School. Nartatez-Serag serves with the hospital’s Family Medicine Residency Program.