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WBOC Holds Phone Bank About Affordable Care Act

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SALISBURY, Md.- Ready or not, here it comes! A major portion of the Affordable Care Act takes effect today, Oct. 1. Are you prepared?

The nation's new health care law is very complex. Many people have questions about it and WBOC is here to help you get answers! Join WBOC today for the WBOC News at 4, 5, 6 and 7. We have assembled a panel of experts who are ready to take your phone calls and answer your questions.

Health exchange representatives from Maryland Delaware and Virginia will be in the WBOC NewsPlex during our newscasts to explain how the new health care act works. They will also be here to help you figure out which plan is best for you and offer you free advice on how to sign up.

To call in to the phone bank during the WBOC News at 4, 5, 6 and 7, dial (443) 880-9195.

List of Phone Bank Panel of Experts

  • Michelle Amadio: Delaware Marketplace Director
  • Sarah Davis: West Side Family Healthcare
  • Maggie Norris: West Side Family Healthcare
  • Meghan Neville: Virginia Eastern Shore Rural Health Marketplace Outreach
  • Allison Little: Virginia Eastern Shore Rural Health Marketplace Outreach
  • Amanda Nelson: Maryland Eastern Shore Area Health Education Center
  • Heather Forsythe: Seed Company
  • Dr. Robert Joyner: Salisbury University

 

 

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