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Physician Assistant Joins NLH Internal Medicine


Kristin C. Hampers, PA-C, joins the New London Internal Medicine Practice in March as a Physician Assistant. Some of her special interests include nutrition, wellness education, sports medicine, cardiac and women's health. She has practiced in the field for 17 years in both internal and family medicine and enjoys providing compassionate care for patients of all ages.

Kristin graduated from the Physician Associate Program at Yale University School of Medicine, and completed her thesis on Pediatric Trauma and Injury Prevention.


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MARCH 2013

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To Change, Bolster Your Confidence
Change is hard … and it’s even harder if you’re unsure of your abilities to meet your goals. Find out how to silence the negativity and set yourself up for success.
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