STLTODAY.COM, by: Deb Peterson
March, 23 2011
Dr.Patricia Wolff, a St. Louis pediatrician and founder of Meds & Foods for Kids, will be leaving her private practice to devote her time to the effort to provide food for malnourished children in Haiti. Wolff is telling her patients at Forest Park Pediatrics that she is leaving the practice on June 30. She founded the nonprofit in 2003 and has split her time between her practice and the organization since then. She began volunteering in Haiti in 1988.
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River Front Times, by: Aimee Levitt
March 25, 2011
It's been a mystery to many how Dr. Patricia Wolff manages to balance running Meds & Food for Kids (MFK), an organization that produces and distributes nutrient-laden peanut butter to malnourished children in Haiti, with her own private pediatrics practice here in St. Louis. On June 30, though, Wolff's juggling exhibition will come to an end. Wolff will be folding up her practice at Forest Park Pediatrics and devoting herself to MFK full-time.
Dr. Patricia Wolff closing practice to focus on her other passion
March 25, 2011
A local pediatrician is closing her practice to focus full-time on her other passion -- Haiti. Dr. Patricia Wolff is telling her long time patients that she only has six more days in her St. Louis office. For the past eight years she has split time between her practice and a foundation she started in Northern Haiti. Meds and Food for Kids uses the peanuts and labor of locals to make a highly enriched peanut butter for malnourished children.
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