To My Patients,
It is with bittersweet feelings that I announce my departure from Laurel Internal Medicine at the end of June. It has been both an honor and privilege to care for you, my patients, over the past 28 years. Some I have known longer than others, but you are like family to me, and I will miss all of you. You have made this journey special for me, and that is what makes it hard to say goodbye.
Had you asked me a few short months ago, I would have said that not only would I be here forever, but that I had no intention of ever retiring. Sometimes though, life throws you an unexpected curve. My father passed not that long ago, and although he was older, it still came as a shock. It made me realize that life is short, and I had not been spending as much time with family as I would have liked. When the opportunity came up for a different type of position that would allow me to have more family time, especially with my elderly mother, I made the decision to take it.
As I look forward to this new chapter in my life, it pleases me to know that I am leaving you in good hands. Drs. Maggin, Tadikonda, Walker, and our NP, Mary Beth O’Brien, all provide excellent care. Additionally I would like you to join me in welcoming Dr Carolyn Hammett who will be taking my place. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, and has more than 20 years of experience. She is known for her ability to diagnose and treat difficult conditions, her reassuring bedside manner, and her commitment to excellence.
Jenny Moy, MD