Feb Meeting

Better Breathing & Sleeping

Speaker: Mark T. Pollock, MD, FCCP 

                                                                        Pulmonary & Sleep Specialists, PC

Mark T Pollock, MD is a practicing physician specializing in sleep disorders and pulmonary medicine. He will speak on sleep disorders common in the survivors of polio. He founded the first sleep disorders center at DeKalb Medical Center (now Emory Decatur Hospital) in 1995 and has dedicated his career to compassionately serving patients in the Atlanta metro area for nearly 30 years. Dr Pollock leads Pulmonary and Sleep Specialists, a private practice in Decatur, GA focused on sleep and breathing disorders. He has been named by Atlanta Magazine in the list of “Top Doctors 2019” for sleep medicine.
Dr Pollock is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Georgia in Athens, GA (biochemistry) and completed his medical degree at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN where he achieved Alpha Omega Alpha recognition. He completed an internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern School of Medicine in Dallas Texas followed by a pulmonary and critical care fellowship at Boston University in Boston, MA. He is quadruple boarded by the American Board of Internal Medicine with certifications in internal medicine, pulmonary, sleep, and critical care.

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2019 Oct: Triumph Through Music

2019 Jun: Healthy Lifestyle Guide

2019 Mar: FODAC tour

Considering a charitable donation to FODAC? Here is how I made the decision to do so. I toured the facility on a Saturday. Up front you will see a ton of equipment ready to be released to people who have requested items. Power chairs, walkers, crutches, rollators, etc. Just this alone shows the actual results of the effort being made there to serve the disabled community. Too really “seal the deal” take a look at the ratings for FODAC by the well respected Charity Navigator recommended by Clark Howard. Here is a link: Charity Navigator

FODAC is highly rated with an overall score of 93.04 with a four out of four star rating. They have held a four star rating since 2015. In a day and age where you can’t always trust how your charity dollars are being used you can surely trust FODAC.

Joe

Visiting FODAC facilities with APPA members was an extraordinary experience.  The luncheon, camaraderie and informative presentation left me with a whole new perspective on the FODAC organization  The

group tour through their 65,000 square foot warehouse and well stocked thrift store opened up an awareness of the many useful ways APPA members can benefit from and access to the many types of free medical devices  available.  I was so inspired I started to gather items in my closets and basement to donate to the thrift store that helps fund the day to day operation.  I even learned of the  many drop off locations

in the Metro Atlanta area.

Leslie

What members said following FODAC tour

2018 May: SCAM ALERT!

2018 Mar: G.L.A.S.S

2018 Jan: Annual Meeting

2017 Christmas Extravaganza!!

2017 Sep: Medicare Update!

2017 Aug A Wholistic Approach to Health and                    Nutrition 

2017 Jun Gwinnett Braves Social Event

2017 Jun What You Need to Know About

Alzheimer's Disease

2017 May A Tribute to Mothers

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