As Dr. Pamela Huffman-DeVaughn watched some of her colleagues close the doors of their private practices, she feared she might have to do the same. Like many small-business owners, the physician felt the effects of the coronavirus. During the height of the pandemic, Huffman-DeVaughn had to decrease office hours at her three locations — in West Philadelphia, Germantown and Wilmington — and spaced out appointments, which reduced the number of patients walking through the doors. To read the full story.
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