Ms. Hanlon practices personal injury law in Naples with Zelman and Hanlon, PA.
Ms. Hanlon is a member of the SW Chapter for American Board of Trial Advocates ( ABOTA); on the Collier County Bar Association Board of Directors (2007-2013), immediate past chair of the Judicial Nominating Commission for the 20th Judicial Circuit; on the Board of Directors for Cooley Law School ; is the president of Thomas Biggs Inns of Court; is a board member of The Collier County Women’s Bar Association ( president 1993-1995), and The Florida Association for Women Lawyers ( FAWL); in 2010 was recognized by the Collier judiciary for their annual Donald Van Kougnet Lion of the Law Awared, and in 2011, was recognized by Martindale Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Woman Lawyers.
Ms. Hanlon has sat … Read more...Read More
Mrs. Waite, along with her husband Joe Waite, has owned Platinum Total Fabricare, a couture fabric care center operating in Naples and Bonita Springs, since 1989.
Mrs. Waite received her Bachelor of Science in Advertising from the University of Florida in 1987. She has been an active member of the Neapolitan Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association, was voted as the 2005 Neapolitan Chapter Woman of the Year, a 2007 Top Ten Business Women by the American Business Women’s Association, was recognized in 2004 by Gulfshore Business as a Forty under Forty award winner, was recognized as a 2006 Woman of Achievement by the American Association of University Women Greater Naples Branch, and is a graduate of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce, 2004 Leadership Collier Class.
Mrs. Waite and Platinum Total … Read more...Read More
The Neighborhood Health Clinic waiting room is filled to capacity. Some are here for the first time; some have been here many times before for treatment of chronic conditions. Anxious faces, not unlike others who routinely seek help from their family physician for a health concern, unaware of what the diagnosis or treatment may be. They work hard, have families, and have dreams for their children. The only difference? Many people are fortunate to have health care coverage; our patients do not.
As their names are called and they interact with the nurses and doctors at the Clinic, a calmness comes over them; they know they have come to the right place. They matter here. A smile, a firm handshake, a pat on the back, a reassuring word; they are feeling better already. They … Read more...Read More
While November 17 marks the 36th annual “Great Smoke-Out” across the country, for the Neighborhood Health Clinic it represents an opportunity to give patients confidence in all areas of a person’s life.
If you can stop smoking, you can develop the strength to begin and maintain an all-encompassing healthy lifestyle. “Quitting smoking is the most important thing that patients can do for their health,” said Dr. Robert Morantz.
Morantz, a neurosurgeon who became a medical volunteer at the Clinic since his retirement, was on the organization’s board in 2008 when it made sure the clinic looked forward in patients’ medical care and not just immediate concerns. “We were not really doing much in the area of preventing illness before then,” said Morantz. “We absolutely had to have a smoking cessation program.”
“It is opening a … Read more...Read More
The 7th Annual Physicians’ Talent Showcase benefitting the Neighborhood Health Clinic and the Steinway Piano Society Scholarship Fund was held on Tuesday, October 25, 2011 at the Sugden Community Theatre.
15 local physicians, the band “Throat Culture” and special guest Priscila Navarro (17-year old sophomore piano champion) sang, danced, played instruments and performed magic in front of a sold out audience. Also performing was Dr. Newell Falkinburg and Archie, his ventriloquist dummy.
Dr. William Lascheid, co-founder of the Neighborhood Health Clinic, was among the talented physicians this year, performing with Dr. Jan Forszpaniak, Dr. Joseph Lang, and Dr. Richard Linden on their ukuleles. Dr. Lascheid is self-taught on the ukulele, learning to play while serving as Battalion Surgeonin the U. S. Marine Corp MASH unit in Korea.
“The Physicians Talent Showcase has been a … Read more...Read More
Adults with diabetes have heart disease death rates about 2 to 4 times higher than adults without diabetes. The risk for stroke is also 2 to 4 times higher for them. Blindness, kidney disease, high blood pressure, neuropathy, and amputation are among the medial complications resulting from the disease. Continued treatment of the disease is a matter of life or death.
“Having diabetes affects everything about me and my personality was not really consistent. With help from the Clinic I have my diabetes under control. That has really helped me at work,” states Michael, a diabetic patient at the Neighborhood Health Clinic.
Learning how to live with the disease is vital to surviving it. Out-of-control … Read more...Read More