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Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute Completes First Trainings and Certifications
Date:4/23/2008

tices. Healthcare organizations and individuals interested in starting a patient navigation program can call 212-537-5500 or visit http://www.hpfreemanpni.org.

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About Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute

The Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute was launched in June 2007 as a result of a generous $2.5 million gran
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