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Amy Miller is a volunteer in Westbrook Village and, for a long time, she would work in the administrative office of the HOA and hear resident after resident come in and ask health-related questions the office staff could not answer. “That was really the genesis of this whole idea,” she said. “There were clearly a lot of people in the community who had questions about, say, Hospice of the Valley, or just general health questions. Things we could not necessarily help them with. So we wanted to bring everyone together in one place for a day and get their questions answered.”
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