Adirondack Life

Mountain Medicine

r. Julie Perlanski is a lifesaver. Not mine, but someone close to me. Earlier this year, right before the coronavirus pandemic shut down New York State, this 62-year-old physician relocated from the Mohawk Valley to Old Forge in the Town of Webb. She wanted to wind down and attend fewer patients, so she offered her regular patients the option of finding another doctor closer to home, but for me, driving the extra 40 minutes north behind slow-moving logging trucks on Route 28 is a small price to pay for staying with her

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