2020 Vision Replay - November: Sex Organs + Halloween fun
Nov 10, 2021
Last week was the November session of 2020 Vision with Kellie Kell, NP and Tracy Leventhal, Holistic Health Coach. We appreciate each opportunity we have to interact with our Oasis Family Medicine community, and a special thanks to everyone who participated in the call.
If you weren't able to join us, or if you're curious about Group Visits at Oasis (or you'd simply like to watch the video again), we've got great news! You can get all the details in the complimentary video replay below.
The Oasis Family Medicine team had some Halloween fun again this year, and we want to share it with you. We dressed up as Greek Gods and Goddesses (I'm Zeus, btw!).
We even made a short video production (thanks to Darius!). Enjoy!
Have a great week, and as always, please feel free to pass this along!
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