“We Believe that Everybody Matters" - DeSales MSPAS Alum and Faculty Member Featured in the Washington Post

by Laurie McGinley (Washington Post) | Nov 27, 2017

Brett Feldman ’07, PA-C, and his wife and DeSales Physician Assistant program faculty member Corinne Feldman, MMS, PA-C, were featured in a FRONT PAGE Washington Post article last week for the amazing work they do with the Street Medicine program that cares for the Lehigh Valley’s homeless population.

From the article: “We believe that everybody matters,” Feldman says, “and that it’s our duty to go out and find them.”

And: "The result, to the surprise of Lehigh Valley Health Network officials, was a $3.7 million boost to the bottom line in fiscal 2017."

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