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Celebrate Black History Month: Dr. Corey Hebert to be featured speaker

In recognition of Black History Month, OSU Wexner Medical Center will welcome Corey Hebert, MD, for our annual program, “Reaching for the Top: Meeting People Where They Are.”

Dr. Hebert is a frequent contributor to the “Dr. Oz Show,” MSNBC’s the “Ed Show” and Discovery Channel’s “How Stuff Works.” He’ll discuss ways in which we can all be more responsible for our health and how healthcare professionals can educate and interact with the community.

He served as Tulane University’s first African—American chief resident of Pediatrics. Currently, he is medical director of both the Louisiana Recovery School District and Dillard University and recently joined the faculty of Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and Tulane University Medical Center as an assistant professor of pediatrics.

Dr. Hebert serves as chief executive officer of Community Health TV, which is the parent company of Black Health TV.

To learn more about Dr. Corey Hebert, visit www.drcoreyhebert.com.

The Medical Center will hold two inspiring programs

Monday, February 24

7:45 AM – 9 AM
Program to begin at 8 AM

Wallace Auditorium,
University Hospital East
Free parking
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11:45 AM – 1 PM
Program to begin at noon

Ross Heart Hospital Auditorium
SAFEAUTO Hospitals Parking Garage
(Pay-on-Foot Garage)
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The annual event will also feature musical performances and essay readings from Columbus and Westerville city school students.