Attention Saturday Patients!

Starting on January 26th, Dr. Dicola and Dr. Travis McKay will begin to work alternating Saturdays with only one doctor in the practice on any given Saturday. If you need to speak with a particular doctor, or have a preference who you work with, please contact the office to schedule accordingly. The schedule will start with Dr. DiCola on the 26th, then Dr. Travis McKay on February 2nd, then Dr. DiCola again on February 9th, and so on. Although this may vary slightly if one of the doctors is out of the office, the schedule should stay fairly close to this pattern for the foreseeable future. Again, if anyone has any questions or concerns, please contact our office anytime at 302-368-1300. Thank you and Happy New Year! 

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