Amy Sandoval

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I am a corporate communications consultant for Sentara, engaged in telling our community benefit story as well as working with Sentara Medical Group and Sentara College of Health Sciences. I am also a mom, photographer and social media addict. You can follow my Tweets at www.twitter.com/amiesandoval.

Pollen, dust mites and pet dander! Oh, my!

Families struggling with the spring allergy season have a high-tech tool in the battle. The telehealth service, called Sentara MDLIVE, offers patients easy and immediate access to a team of board-certified physicians licensed in the state of Virginia, via Webcam, phone or email. These doctors can diagnose allergies and prescribe necessary medications during the “virtual … Continue Reading

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Holiday gatherings may stir Alzheimer’s concerns

 Know the Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease By Melissa Hunter, Psy.D. & Bethany Gilstrap, Psy.D. The holiday season is a time families gather and spend quality time with loved ones. It is also a time that can raise questions about the cognitive health of aging family members. With Alzheimer’s disease in particular, it is important … Continue Reading

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Hampton Roads Allergy Sufferers Can Log on for Relief

Sentara MDLIVE Helps Families Cope with Allergies this Spring Allergy season has arrived, bringing telltale yellow pollen-covered cars and a battle against itchy eyes and runny noses. The 2013 Asthma and Allergy Foundation of American ranks two Virginia cities (Virginia Beach and Richmond) among the top 22 cities in the US in their “Spring 2013 … Continue Reading

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Sentara/MDLIVE partnership in virtual medicine

Sentara/MDLIVE partnership to create a new model for virtual access for healthcare. Sentara vice presidents Grace Hines and Ken Krakaur have been working hard with a team of Sentara employees to create a unique partnership in virtual medicine. We wanted to find out more about our partner, MDLIVE, and what this partnership means for how … Continue Reading

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Pollen, dust mites and pet dander! Oh, my!

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Families struggling with the spring allergy season have a high-tech tool in the battle. The telehealth service, called Sentara MDLIVE, offers patients easy and immediate access to a team of board-certified physicians licensed in the state of Virginia, via Webcam, phone or email. These doctors can diagnose allergies and prescribe necessary medications during the “virtual … Continue Reading

grandfather&childatholidays

Holiday gatherings may stir Alzheimer’s concerns

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 Know the Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease By Melissa Hunter, Psy.D. & Bethany Gilstrap, Psy.D. The holiday season is a time families gather and spend quality time with loved ones. It is also a time that can raise questions about the cognitive health of aging family members. With Alzheimer’s disease in particular, it is important … Continue Reading

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Hampton Roads Allergy Sufferers Can Log on for Relief

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Sentara MDLIVE Helps Families Cope with Allergies this Spring Allergy season has arrived, bringing telltale yellow pollen-covered cars and a battle against itchy eyes and runny noses. The 2013 Asthma and Allergy Foundation of American ranks two Virginia cities (Virginia Beach and Richmond) among the top 22 cities in the US in their “Spring 2013 … Continue Reading

stethoscope

Sentara/MDLIVE partnership in virtual medicine

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Sentara/MDLIVE partnership to create a new model for virtual access for healthcare. Sentara vice presidents Grace Hines and Ken Krakaur have been working hard with a team of Sentara employees to create a unique partnership in virtual medicine. We wanted to find out more about our partner, MDLIVE, and what this partnership means for how … Continue Reading

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