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FALL 2014

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FALL 2014 | 85 mother and two children. "The next day, fremen were on every street corner selling papers to donate money for the family survivors. That, for me," he adds, "is the true Foxborough." The town location also makes it a good takeoff point for short getaways. "We're very, very close to the Berkshire Moun- tains and to Cape Cod," says Authelet. Not to mention the bigger cities, as it is close to the conjunction of I-95 and I-495. "At one time this was called the Golden Crossroads," he says. A quick map check proves that it's still true. n leagues follow through at the "mother" hospital with deliveries and more complicated cases. There are no full-service medical centers in the city. Rogalski earned an under- graduate degree at the University of Connecticut, then went on to Wake Forest University School of Medicine followed by training at Drexel/Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia, where he was the administrative chief resident. He was happy to fnd a condu- cive atmosphere in Foxborough, which, in spite of its current stadium/shopping-mall hubbub, has kept its New England small- town charm. "There's a nice style of living in this area," he says. While Rogalski follows the Revolution, plus English and French leagues, two of his three children, 8 and 5, play soccer in school. "They both really enjoy it," he says. As for his practice, low city population notwithstanding, he reports, "There's a full offce every day and plenty of people to take care of. In a prior hospital where I was, there wasn't a busy enough environment for me." He and the family moved to Foxbor- ough late last year. "(The health center) turned out to be a great ft between my personality and the rest of the group, so we decided to go ahead and do a long-term relationship." His photographer wife has found a satisfying work schedule, too. As for Foxborough itself, Authelet, the historian, is elated by the continuing sense of community. He says he'll never forget one demonstration of neighborliness: As editor of the local newspaper, he published a story about the tragic death of a For more information, contact Anu Murthy, Executive Director of Provider Recruitment More than medicine. S outhcoast Health System is one of the largest and fastest gr owing health systems in New England. Since its inception, in 1996, Southcoast has become a sought-after destination for health care professionals. As a thriving part of the New England medical community, Southcoast Hospitals Group offers practice excellence in an environment you want to call home. Southcoast Hospitals Group links together three nonprofi t community hospitals — Charlton Memorial in Fall River, St. Luke's in New Bedford and Tobey in Wareham. While each hospital retains its own identity, all three share one mission: To care for and improve the health and to promote the wellness of the individuals and communities we serve. We currently have openings in Dermatology, Family Practice, Gastroenterology, Hospitalist, Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease, Neurology, OB/GYN, Psychiatry, and Urology. Continued

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