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Successful Aging to be Topic at Upcoming SAGE Program

 Dr. Theresa Redling, DO, FACP, a well-known geriatrician, will lead a program on Wednesday, April 25 from 7:00 –8:30 pm at SAGE Eldercare, 290 Broad Street, in Summit, entitled “How to Achieve Successful Aging.”  To register for this program or obtain additional information, please call             908.598.5548       or email

Theresa Redling, DO, FACP, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at UMDNJ – New Jersey Medical School, and well-known geriatrician, will lead a program, entitled “How to Achieve Successful Aging” at SAGE Eldercare on Wednesday, April 25 from 7:00 -- 8:30 pm.  The program will be held at SAGE’s offices, located at 290 Broad Street in Summit.

Dr. Redling will discuss relevant medical recommendations that may contribute to successful aging.  She will also address the aspects of aging – what can be changed and what cannot be changed.  “You will definitely leave this seminar feeling motivated and empowered,” she stated. Dr. Redling is in private practice at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, as well as directing the Geriatrics teaching program.  She is also the Hospice Medical Director at NBIMC.  Dr. Redling is board certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, Hospice and Palliative Medicine.

To register for this free program, call 908.598.5548 or e-mail

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