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PHYSICIAN UPDATE Inside the White Coat REUBEN ABRAHAM, MD, AND MARY GRACE TANGUILAN, MD Queens. He is board-certified in internal Drs. Abraham and Tanguilan have phy. Prior to joining Upper Chesapeake joined the Kman & LoPresti office Cardiology, he was a clinical associate in GRILLED PEACH AND BURRATA SALAD of Harford Primary Care. Both have cardiology with Johns Hopkins Bayview Creating the healthiest community recently completed their internal medi- in Baltimore. Call 443-643-3800 for in Maryland is at the core of what cine residencies in New York and will more information. we do at UM UCH. As such, we also be practicing in the convenient new office in Box Hill. Call 410-671-0017 for more information. DIPAN DESAI, DO medicine, cardiology, nuclear cardiology and cardiac computed tomogra- support locally grown products, DENISE WHITE, MD sold in season at farmers markets in Harford County. For more infor- Dr. White is the newest mation, visit addition to the Upper Then, try this delicious recipe of Upper Chesapeake Cardiology welcomes Chesapeake Women's peaches and sweet balsamic vin- Dr. Desai to its practice. Dr. Desai com- Care team in Pavilion II egar, which perfectly complement pleted medical school at the Philadel- on the UM Upper Chesa- phia College of Osteopathic Medicine peake Medical Center and his internal medi- campus in Bel Air. She cine residency at Geis- completed her medical degree at Ohio inger Medical Center in State University College of Medicine and Danville, Pa., where he her Ob-Gyn residency at Sinai Hospi- was chief resident. He tal of Baltimore, where she served as did a fellowship in car- administrative chief resident. Dr. White diovascular diseases looks forward to providing excellent care at New York Hospital Medical Center of Dipan Desai, DO Denise White, MD to the women of Harford County. For more information, call 443-643-4530. the flavors of this summer salad. Ingredients (makes 6 servings): 1 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil * 2 peaches, sliced * ¼ c. balsamic vinegar * 1 tsp. brown sugar * 3 heirloom tomatoes, diced * 8 oz. burrata cheese, cubed * 4 basil leaves, chopped chiffonade-style * salt and pepper Directions: * Heat oil in a large cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat and cook peaches for 3-5 minutes per side. * In a small saucepan, heat vinegar and sugar at medium-low for 10- 15 minutes, until thick and syrupy. * On a serving platter, arrange peaches, tomatoes and burrata, tossing slightly to combine. * Drizzle balsamic syrup over salad and garnish with basil. Season with salt and pepper; serve immediately. Nutritional information per serving (estimates): 188.3 calories; 12.3 g total fat; 26.7 mg cholesterol; 119.5 mg sodium; 7.5 g protein; 8.2 g carbohydrates 14 MARYLAND'S HEALTH MATTERS

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Maryland's Health Matters - Upper Chesapeake - Summer 2014

Maryland's Health Matters - Upper Chesapeake - Summer 2014
In This Issue
A Healthy Start
Sun Smarts
An Inside Look
Special Deliveries
Full-Fledged Support
At A Glance
Physician Update
News and Events

Maryland's Health Matters - Upper Chesapeake - Summer 2014