AIMIS Mission Statement

To develop and designate affiliates and Centers of Excellence dedicated to minimally invasive procedures that safely benefit patients while reducing health care costs.

Cystoscopy & Ureteral Catheter Credentialing Course 2020


Reducing Surgical Risks – Suturing

Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

Endometriosis Adhesions Fibroids

Live Case Observation


Steven D. McCarus, MD


Founder, McCarus Surgical Specialists for Women

Chief, Division of Gynecologic Surgery

Advent Health Winter Park, Winter Park, Florida

This program could be the most important day in your surgical career!

(All Programs Are Held On Fridays)\

February 7th
April 3th
June 5th
August 7th
November 20th
**Dates Subject To Change**

A Certificate Of Attendance & Letter For Staff Privileges Will Be Provided From The Program Director & Endorsed By AIMIS



200 N Lakemont Ave

Winter Park, FL 32792



The Alfond Inn
300 E New England Ave
Winter Park, FL 32789
*Attendees Are Responsible For
*Securing Hotel & Travel Arrangements


Contact Phyllis Lynam
at 407-376-3110
or email at

We must receive your registration no later than one week prior to the program date to secure your attendance.


(All Programs Are Held On Fridays)


7:30 am – Lecture Intraoperative Cystoscopy & Catheter Placement In Pelvic Surgery

8:30 am – Case One- Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

10:30 am – Case Two- Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

12:00pm-12:30pm– LUNCH

12:30 pm – Case Three- To Be Determined

1:30pm – Hands On Table Top Lab Cystoscopy, Catheter Placement, Suturing Trainers

1:30 pm  – Certificate & Letter Endorsement Handed Out

1:45 pm  – Adjournment

Florida Chapter

Jay Redan, MD
Annual Meeting Program Chair

Dear Colleague:
We invite you to participate in the 2020 Florida Chapter Annual Meeting. The Florida Chapter, American College of Surgeons (FCACS) is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization of board-certified surgeons who serve as a voice for all surgeons working in the frequently intense and ever-changing field of surgery.
The FCACS Annual Meeting invitations are sent to all surgeon members of the American College of Surgeons from Florida (the third largest state by population of the United States). Additionally, next year’s conference will have the American Institute of Minimally Invasive Surgery’s presence at our meeting with its 13,000 people on its mailing list. Our conference provides you with a unique opportunity to reach your target audience which will consist of surgeons, gynecologists, urologists, nurses and hospital administrators.
Our exhibit and sponsorship opportunities will allow you to connect with our members in a unique and intimate way, to provide you with the maximum return on your investment. The exhibit space will provide your company’s representatives the ability to interact with attendees throughout the meeting and during meal times.
May 1 will consist of a non-CME day where everyone can participate in product demonstrations, simulation, and hands-on educational events.
May 2 will be a day of exhibits and exciting lectures with our theme being “The Surgeons of 2030.” Lecture topics to include “From Driverless Cars to Surgeon less Robots!?” Restaging Cancer Staging, as well as Resident Paper Presentation/Competition, Trauma Topics and Physician Health amongst others.
May 3 will be an experience at Disney Animal Kingdom Hospital showing how Human and Veterinary Surgeons learn from each other.  
We look forward to your participation and seeing you in May 2020!
Jay Redan, MD, FACS
Annual Meeting Program Chair
Brian Hart, JD
Executive Director
Florida Chapter, American College of Surgeons
6816 Southpoint Parkway, Suite 1000
Jacksonville, FL 32216
Direct: (904) 309-6222
Cell: (317) 966-6657

This program could be the most important day in your career!