Cape Gazette

Sussex Pain Relief Center cuts ribbon

May 13, 2014
Photo by: Steven Billups

The Sussex Pain Relief Center at 18229 DuPont Blvd. in Georgetown cut the ribbon on its new office May 1 in a ceremony sponsored by the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. Sussex Pain Relief Center is a comprehensive pain management center that utilizes modern, proven technology and innovative methodologies to deliver the highest standards of care to the patient population of southern Delaware. The pain management team at SPRC has been serving the community for more than 25 years.

Shown at the ribbon cutting are (l-r) Mayor Mike Wyatt; Steve Rose, CEO, Nanticoke Health Services; Vance Phillips, Sussex County Council; Rep. Harvey Kenton, R-Milford; Michael Vincent, Sussex County Council president; Toby Givens, Givens Flowers; Gene Dvornick, town manager; Rep. Dave Wilson, R-Bridgeville; Rep. Daniel Short, R-Seaford; Sam Wilson, Sussex County Council; and Steve Harstein, Georgetown Town Council.

In front are Karen Duffield, chamber executive director; Dr. Ajit Shrestha, physician; Dr. Manonmani Antony, owner and physician; Helen Kruger, chamber membership chair; Jennifer Rahn, physicians assistant; Dr. Alan Gonzalez-Cota; and Jack Byrd, physician’s assistant.

Shown prior to cutting the Grand Opening cake John Fleming, right, U.S. Small Business Association’s (SBA) Delaware District Director, congratulates Dr. Manonmani Antony, owner and physician for SPRC, for being selected as the 2014 SBA Minority-Owned Small Business of the Year for Delaware. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
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