Professional Chat with Dr. Neil Cohen and Dr. Debra Weissbach
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Join us for an exciting chat session with two special guests Dr. Neil Cohen and Dr. Debra Weissbach (parents of Ben Cohen, a visitor to our Wednesday English @ America House). Neil and Debra are both doctors and have lived in New Jersey since 1984. Neil was born and raised in Philadelphia and has been practicing in the field of gastroenterology for over 25 years. Debra was born in France, raised in New York City, and has been practicing in the field of pediatrics for over 30 years. With their many years of experience, they have treated thousands of patients over the course of their careers and continue to regularly attend conferences and seminars to stay up to date with the latest improvements in medicine and treatment. In their spare time, Neil and Debra love to travel, attend theater performances and concerts, and volunteer with various organizations in the greater Philadelphia area. They are passionate about their work and very excited to have a discussion with you about the American healthcare system, how they became doctors, and what they do to improve the lives of their patients each and every day.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
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