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Stephen Klasko, MD, MBA, President and CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, and Joseph W. Devine, President and CEO of Kennedy Health, joined Jefferson board members for a ceremonial signing to celebrate the official merger of the two organizations.

The doctors and patients of Southern New Jersey have spoken! South Jersey docs and patients were asked by SJ Magazine which doctors they would choose to care for them and their family members. The results were featured in SJ Magazine’s September issue, “Top Docs 2017".

Kennedy Health Alliance is proud to announce that twelve of our physicians have been distinguished as “Top Docs” this year by their fellow doctors, and two have been voted as "Top Docs" by their patients:

SJ Magazine 2017 "Top Docs"

Beginning September 5th, many Kennedy Health Alliance Primary Care locations will host "flu festivals" for established patients.

The Kennedy Cancer Center, a member of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Network at Jefferson, has opened a multidisciplinary Lung Nodule Center at its Washington Township, NJ, location.

South Jersey Magazine asked readers to "vote for the doctors who keep them in good health and good spirits", and the results were featured in their August issue, “2017 Top Physicians”.

Kahyun “Kay” Yoon-Flannery, DO, MPH, has been named Medical Director of the Kennedy Comprehensive Breast Center in Washington Township, NJ.

A study published in late July in the medical journal JAMA says that Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, known as CTE, was found in 99% of deceased NFL players' brains donated to scientific research.

The neurodegenerative brain disease – which can only be formally diagnosed through an autopsy – is often found in individuals who have been exposed to repeated head trauma.