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St. John’s welcomes new specialists

JACKSON, Wyo. – Multi-faceted and patient-centered, St. John’s Medical Center announces addition of three new physicians.

Doctors Haven Malish, Kyle Mahoney and Benjamin Solomon are available to see patients seeking care in Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine, Neurology and Cancer Care.

Doctor Malish is board-certified in sleep medicine and pulmonary disease. He completed his residency in internal medicine at the University of Southern California along with fellowships in pulmonary and critical care at the University of Southern California and in sleep medicine at the Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education.

Doctor Mahoney completed medical school at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he also completed a neurology residency and a neuromuscular fellowship. And board-certified in internal medicine, Doctor Solomon completed his fellowship training in hematology and oncology at University of Utah School of Medicine.

“With the addition of these experts, St. John’s is helping ensure that more patients will be able to receive the care they need,” said St. John’s Communications Officer Karen Connelly.

The newly arrived healthcare professionals add to a St. John’s facility that emphasizes clinical excellence and community wellness through a full-service hospital, primary care, specialty physician practices, and a long-term care Living Center.

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