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Emporia, VA – Southside Physicians Network (SPN) is proud to announce that Dr. Neha Lalani, fellowship trained endocrinology and board certified in internal medicine is now accepting new patients in Emporia. Starting Monday 4/1/19, Dr. Lalani will provide endocrinology services to help residents with diabetes, thyroid conditions and other medical issues. She joins Family Medicine providers Dr. Spencer Feldmann and Amanda Temple, MSN, FNP-C at 511 Belfield Drive, Emporia, VA 23847.

“Dr. Lalani is well-liked and respected by her peers at Southside Physicians Network,” said Southern Virginia Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees Member, Dr. Hall Squire. “There is a great need for diabetes care in our area and having a fellowship trained endocrinologist of her caliber here will help improve the health of our patients.”

Endocrinologists specialize in the treatment of our body’s glands and the hormones they produce. Dr. Lalani deals with metabolism, or all of the internal processes that make the body work.  Endocrinology services have been greatly needed in the Emporia area; previously, the closest endocrinologist was across the North Carolina border or in Petersburg, VA.

Dr. Lalani specializes in diabetes management and believes in creating a team approach to healthcare, focusing on partnering with the patient to achieve results. She understands that diabetes and metabolic diseases can cause distress to patients and their families and it requires the patient to learn a new way of living.

“We must to meet our patients where they live and not make them drive hours for the treatment they need. That means being in Emporia and keeping patients near their home and family,” said Lalani.

Dr. Lalani earned her medical degree from Deccan College of Medical Sciences in India, where she was in the top 10 of her class. She completed her internal medicine residency at the University of Buffalo, Catholic Health System in Buffalo, NY, and her fellowship in endocrinology and metabolism at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, KS.

She is a member of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society. Lalani joined SPN in 2019 and her primary office is in Petersburg, Virginia.

To make an appointment with Dr. Lalani, call 434-532-7194 or click here to learn more>>> http://bit.ly/2ItQHb1

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