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TAMC to host “Dermatology and You: Learning to Love the Skin You’re In”

Posted April 14, 2014, at 8:24 a.m.
Nathan S. Ubelhoer, DO, TAMC Dermatologist, will present Dermatology and You: Learning to Love the Skin You’re In at the April 25 TAMC Community Lunch and Learn/Healthy Aging Luncheon at the Caribou Inn and Convention Center.
Nathan S. Ubelhoer, DO, TAMC Dermatologist, will present Dermatology and You: Learning to Love the Skin You’re In at the April 25 TAMC Community Lunch and Learn/Healthy Aging Luncheon at the Caribou Inn and Convention Center.

Aroostook County – Dermatology and You: Learning to Love the Skin You’re In, will be the topic of TAMC’s April Community Lunch and Learn/Healthy Aging Luncheon, set for the Caribou Inn and Convention Center on Friday, April 25. Entertainment and other activity will begin at 10:00 a.m., with lunch and the presentation to follow at 11:00 a.m.

Nathan S. Ubelhoer, DO, will present this engaging topic and discuss what he has seen in his years as a dermatologist. Dr. Ubelhoer has been a member of TAMC’s medical staff since 2005, providing services at the Outpatient Specialty Clinics at North Street Healthcare. He received his doctor of osteopathy from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1997. He completed his residency in dermatology at Naval Medical Center in San Diego in 2004. He then went on to complete a fellowship in dermatologic surgery at Skin Care Physicians of Chestnut Hill in Massachusetts in 2005. He became board certified in dermatology in 2004.

Dr. Ubelhoer and his wife Cynthia, have two children, Sarah who is five and Christina who is seven. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing piano, golf and hiking. He also is currently writing a number of articles for peer review journals, as well as a book on the treatment of traumatic scars and burn scars.

The Healthy Aging Luncheon in Caribou will mark the third time in recent months that the TAMC Senior Connection program presents an event in a community outside of Presque Isle. Last October, a Healthy Aging Luncheon focused on diabetes prevention and education was held at the Fort Fairfield Community Center. In December, a series of Healthy Holiday Eating presentations were offered at TAMC facilities in Mars Hill and Fort Fairfield, in addition to the A. R. Gould Memorial Hospital in Presque Isle.

This month’s program in Caribou will feature music by the Wagoneers beginning at 10:00 a.m. and again during lunch. Attendees will also have the opportunity to register on-site at the Healthy Aging event for Aging Well, Living Well Senior Expo, which is set for May 20, 2014, at Northern Maine Community College.

The day-long conference, hosted by the Aroostook Agency on Aging and presented in part through a partnership with TAMC’s Senior Connection Program, will include a keynote address and numerous workshops focused on issues of concern to The County’s senior population. Lunch and giveaways from more than two dozen exhibitors are also planned for the event. Members of TAMC’s Senior Connection program will receive half-off the $12 admission fee. As an added incentive, participants attending the April 25th luncheon at the Caribou Inn and Convention Center will receive an additional $1 off the half price Expo registration fee.

The April 25 TAMC Community Lunch and Learn/Healthy Aging Luncheon Dermatology and You: Learning to Love the Skin You’re In is open to the public. Cost for the meal is $10 per person. Members enrolled in TAMC’s Senior Connection program only pay $5. On-site registrations are welcome. For more information about the event, or to reserve a seat, call (207) 768-4171.

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