Homer Medical open house features new providers

Homer Medical Center is holding a community open house to showcase the newly remodeled clinic and welcome new providers. The event will be at the clinic, 4136 Bartlett St., from 5-7 p.m. today. Guests will be able to tour the clinic and meet the new providers: Dr. Hillary Seger, obstetrics/gynecology; Dr. Sarah Roberts, family practice; Cindy Beske, certified nurse midwife; and Devry Garity, pediatric nurse practitioner.  The event will be catered by Maura’s Café. Door prizes and giveaways will be offered. Desserts will be provided by the South Peninsula Hospital Foundation.

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