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NJDPA is pleased to announce the Inaugural Independent Physicians Summit

February 8th & 9th Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Atlantic CityThis is a provider-only event (MDs, DPMs, DCs, PAs, NPs welcome) Become A Member And ReceiveFREE ADMISSION

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The New Jersey Doctor-Patient Alliance (NJDPA) was formed to help unite patients and their doctors in an effort to create more transparency and education around insurance, medical billing, and affordable healthcare in New Jersey. The more patients know, the better the choices they can make for their continued health.

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NJDPA is pleased to announce the Inaugural Independent Physicians Summit
February 8th & 9th Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City This is a provider-only event (MDs, DPMs, DCs, PAs, NPs welcome) Register Now
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