MedStar Health to Launch Consumer-Friendly Medical Podcast July 1st
Conversations with Physicians on MedStar Health Doc Talk Available on Top Podcast Sites
June 25, 2021
BALTIMORE— MedStar Health, the largest healthcare provider in Maryland and the Washington, D.C. region, will launch a new podcast series, MedStar Health Doc Talk, featuring physician experts in conversations that cover the medical spectrum, July 1st.
MedStar Health Doc Talk elevates awareness of the latest in medical technology, research, clinical trials, devices, and surgical approaches. “There is actually a demand for podcasts now,” said Mike Hartnett, regional vice president of Public Affairs and Marketing. “We saw this platform as a great opportunity to highlight our clinical expertise in a wide range of specialties and familiarize our listeners with the experts who are eager to educate the public about their health. The listener will get the latest medical information and learn about symptoms and treatment options, all in a candid, live-to-tape conversation about the issue.”
During the premiere episode, Mike Schuh, former WJZ-TV reporter and host of MedStar Health Doc Talk, talks with Dr. Elliott Dawson, Chief, Division of Neurology at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center about the risk of stroke. That episode will be followed by Schuh and Dr. Albert Aboulafia in an engaging conversation about the importance of cancer screenings, especially during the pandemic.
A new episode will release on the first and the fifteenth of each month, and can be found in most podcast directories, including: Spotify, Apple, I Heart Radio, Amazon Music, Deezer, Pandora, Podchaser, Podcast Index, and Podcast Addict.
MedStar Health Doc Talk can also be found on the MedStar Health website newsroom, physician profile pages, and social media platforms.
Subscribe to the series to get these upcoming episodes of Doc Talk:
|July 1||Elliot Dawson, MD||Stroke Risk|
|July 15||Maggie Arnold, MD||Varicose and Spider Veins|
|August 1||David Cohen, MD||ACL Injuries|
|August 15||Albert Aboulafia, MD||Cancer Screenings During a Pandemic|
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