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Dr. Robin Peace of Southeastern Regional Medical Center will present “Calling All Girls: Who Wants to be A Doctor?” on Saturday, May 18 at 10:30 a.m. at the Bladen County Public Library in Elizabethtown

The program is geared toward girls 13 to 16 years old to help them reach goals to become a doctor.

Dr. Peace earned a medical degree in 1995 and a family practice residency in 1998, both from East Carolina University School of Medicine in Greenville. She is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.

She practiced with Robeson Health Care Corporation for 17 years, serving as chief medical officer for 12 years. She has served as a hospitalist with Southeastern Regional Medical Center since 2008 and serves as associate medical director for Southeastern Hospice House. She is certified by the American Academy of HIV Medicine and has treated patients living with HIV for six years.

For information about the presentation, contact the library at 910-862-6994.

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