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Dr. Matthew Plosker, family medicine physician, joins Mansfield Health Center in Massachusetts

September 03, 2013

Dr. Matthew Plosker (RUSM ‘10) has joined the Mansfield Health Center in his native Massachusetts, after completing his residency training in family medicine at the University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center. Dr. Plosker is a graduate of the University of Tampa, where he studied biology and marine biology, with minors in chemistry and environmental science. He found time to compete and achieve national NCAA ranking in golf. Before entering medical school, he worked as a research scientist with AstraZeneca in Waltham, MA. The Mansfield Health Center, a unit of Sturdy Hospital, provides a wide range of services including routine checkups, preventive health and ongoing maintenance, sick visits, laboratory and X-ray services, as well as a walk-in service for urgent care and treatment of minor injuries.

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