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Ville Platte Rotary Club hears from Family Nurse Practitioner Brooklyn Latour

The Ville Platte Rotary Club today (Tuesday) heard from Brooklyn Latour, Family Nurse Practitioner from Mercy Regional Medical Center. She announced to Rotary Club members that her Latour Family Healthcare office is open at 504 Jack Miller Road, Suite One next to Dr. Alvarez's office. She is a primary care provider. She specializes in Family Care for patients of all ages. She announced that that she specializes in diabetes, high blood pressure, allergies, hearing loss and ear infections. She can also do wellness exams and physicals. She was the special guest of Rotarian Mitch Fontenot. Club President Peter Strawitz reminded club members that the donations are being accepted to purchase needed supplies for victims of the recent hurricane in the Lake Charles area. The rotary board has agreed to match up to $1500 for all club member donations.

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