"She's one Amazing Dr,, Friend, Woman, Mother, She One Very Wonderful Busy Dr If I could give her an Award I would And Highly Recommend her. She's there Day & Night - anytime I need her. She's God's Angel sent from Heaven to Help Heal us of our illnesses.
Kaley J. "I walked into her office about 11 months ago looking for hope and that is what I found with Dr. Lane. An amazing person with a big heart and great intelligence. I wouldn't want to put my care into anyone else's hands."
Dartanyon P. "She goes beyond being a Dr. She has the patients' best interest on and off the clock."
Dr. Stacy Lane has been helping patients with her own brand of compassion and genuine heart for the length of her career. Central Outreach Resource and Referral Center has been working with at risk communities and reaching folks that were thought to be unreachable. When Dr. Lane decided to take the leap into private practice she knew that having CORRC join hands was the best way to collaborate her brand of compassionate medical care with the compassionate social resources of such an enduring institution.
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Central Outreach Wellness Center is a holistic multicultural, LGBTQIA, and HIV & Hep C health organization. We strive to be the leading provider of culturally competent care in Allegheny County.
Our Wellness Center embraces and welcomes all people. We understand the health concerns of People of Color. Our physician staff specialize in HIV and Hep C care. Our staff embrace the journey of Transgender health, and we understand GLBTQIA issues while being inclusive and supportive. We support Harm Reduction as well as Recovery.
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"This is a photo of a boy months from expiring in 2007, a viral load of 9, riddled with cancer. I'd gone to see Dr Lane at the behest of my parents. Other doctors had told me that if I wanted to live I must take medication that would lessen what little quality of life I had left. I told them that was the point -- to belay my suffering. I was told I was going to die in October and I couldn't bear to extend that deadline. Stacy asked me if I'd be willing to take the medication if she could make it so that it didn't make me feel sicker. She cared more about me than I did and somehow that made me accept the treatment. She had faith where I had solemn resignation. The following month my CD4 was 124 and the deep purple lesions had already started to disappear . It is now near 800 and eight years later I am now a man who is blessed to offer that compassion to others and I'm lucky to stand in her shadow. All the good I can do from now on will be the vicarious compassion of a woman I consider to be an angel on earth.