Annoucements

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

ORLANDO FLORIDA

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!

2020 PROGRAM DATES
(All Programs Are Held On Fridays)\

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

ADVENT HEALTH

WINTER PARK

200 N Lakemont Ave

Winter Park, FL 32792

407-646-7000

SUGGESTED HOTEL

The Alfond Inn
300 E New England Ave
Winter Park, FL 32789
407-603-3493
 
*Attendees Are Responsible For
*Securing Hotel & Travel Arrangements

PROGRAM COST
$1,500

REGISTRATION
Contact Phyllis Lynam
at 407-376-3110
or email at
phyllislynam@aimis.org

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

AGENDA

(All Programs Are Held On Fridays)

LIVE SURGERY CASES

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

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS
Florida Chapter
FCACS

Jay Redan, MD
Annual Meeting Program Chair

Surgical Community
From A Distance

We are excited about our 2020 Florida Chapter Virtual Annual Meeting on May 2, 2020, and encourage you to register today to participate. This is one way that we can stay connected amidst the uncertainties of COVID-19 and in an era of social distancing.

Register Now

Contact John Armstrong, MD
newsletter@floridafacs.org

Our program features 3 hours of CME:
9:00 AM- 9:05 AM
Welcome
John H. Armstrong, MD, FACS & Jay A. Redan, MD, FACS

9:05 AM- 9:35 AM
Surgical CME by 2030 (ACS Lecturer)
(sponsored by American College of Surgeons)
John A. Weigelt, DVM, MD, FACS

9:35 AM- 9:59 AM
Oral Abstract Competition (sponsored by Surgical Education Committee)
Top Basic Science Abstract Presentation (10 minutes)
Top Clinical Science Abstract Presentation (10 minutes)

9:59 AM- 10:35 AM
Commission on Cancer Abstract Competition (10 minutes each)

10:35 AM- 11:35 AM
Spectacularly Challenging Cases and Surgical Surprises
(sponsored by Surgical Education Committee)

11:35 AM- 12:05 AM
The Past, Present and Future of Women in Surgery
(sponsored by Women in Surgery)
V. Suzanne Klimberg, MD, PhD

12:05 PM- 12:15 PM
Chapter Annual Business Meeting

Difficulty brings opportunity. Please join your colleagues for a “virtual” celebration of Florida surgery on May 2, 2020, and thank you for continuing to serve your communities, hospitals, and programs during this challenging time.

 
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!