JPA Announces New Pediatrician
Jamestown Pediatric Associates has announced the addition of its newest pediatrician, Dr. Elizabeth Daniels.
Daniels was raised in rural Texas and after 15 years of training in the city, she is excited to relocate to the Jamestown area and raise her children. She completed her bachelor’s degree in nutritional science at the University of Texas at Austin in 2005.
During college, she began studying the role of obesity in cancer progression though molecular biology while completing a master’s degree in nutrition in 2008. During graduate school, she also completed a coordinated program of dietetics and became a registered dietitian, practicing clinical nutrition in local hospitals alongside bench research. She enjoyed patient care so much that she decided to go to medical school. She graduated from the University of North Texas Health Science Center/Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2014, then ventured north to Ohio for residency training.
In 2017, she completed her residency in pediatrics with a focus on primary care while at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
While training, her extended family began to migrate to Jamestown. She and her husband have three very active boys. They all enjoy spending time with their cousins, making art and building anything from Legos to furniture.
Super Lawyers Honor DeAngelo
Charles S. DeAngelo, a partner in the law firm of Fessenden, Laumer and DeAngelo, was recently honored by selection for publication in the Super Lawyers Upstate New York 2017 publication.
Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a multiphase selection process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with independent research. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Selections are made on an annual, state-by-state basis.
The Super Lawyers publication notes that 5 percent of the nominated attorneys are selected to receive Super Lawyers recognition.
Walmart Wants To Stock Fridges
NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart is testing a new service that lets a delivery person walk into your home when you’re not there to drop off packages or put groceries in the fridge.
The retailer says the service is for busy families that don’t have time to stop at a store. The Bentonville, Arkansas-based company is testing it with a small group of tech-savvy Walmart.com shoppers in California’s Silicon Valley who have internet-connected locks.
The delivery person is given a one-time code to open the door. Walmart says customers will get an alert on their smartphones when someone enters.