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I’m thrilled that we’ve crossed paths! I have an MSW and have practiced in medical social work since 1997 in the Philadelphia area. The primary populations I serve are adults and geriatrics. My primary medical focus areas srarted out in oncology, neurology, and now I work in a beautiful inpatient hospice. Given my love of history…particularly using history for context of any biopsychosocial issue past or present, I find your site, your work to be a gem! I will be spreading the word and Following! Thanks:-)