Dr. and Mrs. Tew Honored with Visiting Nurse Association Award

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John M. Tew, Jr., MD, and his wife, Susan, will be honored with the VNA Today Award at the 14th Annual Caring Award Celebration on May 1, 2013.  The Visiting Nurse Association describes the VNA Today Award as an award that “recognizes an individual in the community who impacts the lives of others through progressive innovation of health and well-being. The individual represents a game-changing mentality and spearheads many initiatives that influence positive community change.”

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