Holiday Greetings 2013

The Physicians and Staff of Digestive Disease Associates of Rockland would like to wish you and your love ones good health, happiness and prosperity in the New Year! 

    • “Here’s a toast to the future, a toast to the past, and a toast to our friends, far and near. May the future be pleasant, the past a bright dream; may our friends remain faithful and dear.” ~ Anonymous
    • “Here’s wishing you more happiness than all my words can tell. Not just along for New Year’s Eve but for all the year as well.” ~ Anonymous




3rd Annual CCFA Walk- Rockland Lake State Park

DDAR staff participated in the 3rd annual CCFA walk "Take Step For Crohn's & Colitis which was held at Rockland Lake State Park oln Sunday, September 22, 2013.   In addition to a pleasant 3.2 mile walk around the Lake, the event featured music, good food and great fellowship.  The proceeds from this funraising event will be used to support patient education, new innovative treatments and ultimately to find a cure.  Crohn's and Colitis are painful, debilitating diseases that affect over 1.4 million Americans.  To support this worthy cause, please log onto the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America  at takesteps@ccfa.org and make a donation 

Walkers Wanted -CCFA Rockland County Walk

The Crohn's & Colitis Foundation (CCFA) Rockland County Walk is scheduled for Sunday September 22, 2013 at 2:00pm at Rockland Lake State Park.  For information please visit www.CCTakeSteps.org/Rockland or Contact Allison Mueller at amueller@ccfa.org or (914) 812-8988. 

HIP Participation Status

Effective June 26, 2013, The Physicians at Digestive Disease Associates of Rockland are now participating in the HIP Commercial HMO health benefit plan HIP access I, HIP Prime HMO, HIP POS, Direct Pay HMO, Direct Pay POS and Healthy New York.  Please be advised that all GHI HMO subscribers now have coverage through HIP.  If you have any questions, please contact the customer service staff at Emblem Health Plan (877-244-4466) or your employer’s benefits department. 





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