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38th Annual Day of Surgery

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									            Department of Surgery                                         Day of Surgery
                Residency in Surgery                                      Resident paper competition
  Medical Center of Central Georgia                                       A tradition of the Day of Surgery is the award for Best
Mercer University School of Medicine                                      Paper, judged by the guest and faculty lecturers and
                                                                          given at the end of the conference. Previous years’

                                                                                                                                       38th Annual
 The Residency in Surgery is fully accredited                             winners are listed below.
 by the Accreditation Council for Graduate
                                                                          1992 Earl N. Mullis, Jr.    2002 William B. McKinney
 Medical Education, with a five-year
 accreditation approved this year. Four chief
 residents regularly finish with more than
 1,000 to 1,200 operations during the five
                                                                          1993 Dennis W. Ashley       2003 T. Clark Gamblin
                                                                                                                                    Day of Surgery
                                                                          1994 Thomas J. Davis        2004 Beth L. McCampbell
 year training program, with extensive
 experience in all areas of general surgery.                              1995 Donald W. Pate         2005 Richard K. Johnson
 Residents enter fellowships in all surgical
 specialties. The Surgery Department                                      1996 Stephen J. Troum       2006 Joshua R. Groves
 provides clinical clerkships for third and
                                                                          1997 John T. Williams, IV   2007 J. William Mix
 fourth year Mercer University medical
 students.                                                                1998 Richard G. Cartledge 2008 D. Benjamin Christie
     Accreditation
     The Mercer University School of Medicine is accredited by the
     ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physi-             1999 James L. Foster, Jr.   2009 Andrew Lee Foret
     cians. Credit The Mercer University School of Medicine designates
     this educational activity for a maximum of 3.75 AMA PRA Category 1
     Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with
     the extent of their participation in the activity.                   2000 James L. Foster, Jr.   2010 Andrew P. Bozeman
    Day of Surgery                                                        2001 T. Clark Gamblin



                                                                          Will C. Sealy Society
                                                                          A meeting of the Will C. Sealy Society will follow the
                                                                          Day of Surgery. The organization is comprised of
                                                                          faculty and alumni of the MCCG Residency in Surgery.


                                                                          DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY
    The Day of Surgery, now in its 38th year,                             MEDICAL CENTER OF CENTRAL GEORGIA
    is the featured continuing medical                                    MERCER UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
    education activity of the Department.                                 777 HEMLOCK ST., MSC 140
                                                                                                                                          Eversole Auditorium
    Held each spring the Day of Surgery was                               MACON GA 31204
    first established by Ellis Evans, M.D.,                               Phone: 478-633-1367                                            Thursday May 12 2011
    Clinical Professor.                                                   Fax: 478-633-5153                                                  7:30 a.m.-12 noon
                Agenda                                    Faculty                                                         PGY-4 Residents
7:30 Registration, exhibits, refreshments                                             James J. Wynn, M.D., is Pro-                                  Geary Bush M.D., is a
                                                                                      fessor of Surgery and has the                                 graduate of MCG and the
8:00 Welcome: Don K Nakayama MD MBA
     Program Director, Residency in Surgery, MCCG:                                    Mason Distinguished Chair in                                  University of Georgia. He
     Milford B Hatcher Professor and Chair, MUSM                                      Transplant Surgery and Immu-                                  has pursued additional
                                                                                      nology at the Medical College                                 training in rural surgery,
8:05 Geary Bush, MD, PGY4                                                             of Georgia, where he is also                                  including practice in his
Rural surgery: MCCG residents’ experience                                             Program Director of the Resi-                                 hometown of Donalson-
      Define rural surgery, evaluate trends and needs,                                dency in Surgery. He took his                                 ville. He has been active in
      and review MCCG residents’ experience                                           medical degree at MCG, where                                  medical mission care in
8:25 Jason Chapman, MD, PGY4                                                          he also trained in general sur-                               Africa.
A new approach to deep vein thrombosis                                                gery. Chief of transplantation at
     To review deep vein thrombosis, its                                              MCG, he is immediate past           Eric Long M.D., is a gradu-
     complications, and popliteal approach.                                           president of UNOS.                  ate of MCG and the Univer-
8:45 Eric Long, MD, PGY4                                  Oliver C. Whipple, M.D., is                                     sity of Georgia. His basic re-
Strategies in the management of extensive NEC                                                                             search won the state and
                                                          Assistant Professor of Surgery
      To understand extensive necrotizing enterocolitis                                                                   regional residents competi-
                                                          at MUSM, Savannah Campus. A
      in infants with new strategies in management .                                                                      tions of the Committee on
                                                          graduate of MUSM, he trained
9:05 Vince Scoglietti, MD, PGY4                           in general surgery in Savannah                                  Trauma of the ACS. He is
Impact of team based resident hand-offs                   and had fellowship training in                                  pursuing additional training in
     To improve care through a standardized, team-        minimally invasive surgery at                                   pediatric surgery.
     based hand-off of care.                              the Cleveland Clinic in Weston,
9:25 D. Benjamin Christie, III, MD                        Fla. He is a member of the
                                                                                                                                                  Jason Chapman M.D., is a
     Assistant Professor of Surgery, MUSM                 American Society for Bariatric
                                                                                                                                                  graduate of MUSM was an
Echocardiography: The New ICU Stethoscope                 Surgery and SAGES. He is jun-
                                                                                                                                                  undergrad at Augusta State.
     To introduce echocardiography as a                   ior clerkship director at MUSM-
                                                                                                                                                  He won a “Looking to the
     hemodynamic monitoring modality in the ICU.          Savannah campus.
                                                                                                                                                  Future” scholarship from the
10:20 Oliver Whipple, M.D., FACS                                                      D. Benjie Christie, III, M.D.,                              Society of Thoracic Surgeons.
      Assistant Professor of Surgery                                                  is Assistant Professor of Sur-                              He plans fellowship training in
      Mercer Univ School of Medicine, Savannah                                        gery at MUSM. A graduate of                                 vascular surgery.
Bariatric complications encountered by the                                            MUSM and the Residency in
general surgeon                                                                       Surgery at MCCG, joined the
      To identify the common complications associated                                 faculty in August. He completed
      with bariatric surgery at its complications.                                                                        Vincent Scoglietti, M.D., is
                                                                                      fellowship training in Surgical
11:00 James. J Wynn, M.D.                                                             Critical Care at MUSM. He           a graduate of MCG and
      Mason Chair in Transplantation and Immunology                                   graduated from the University       Georgia Tech. He has won
      The Medical College of Georgia                                                  of Georgia with degrees in bio-     departmental awards for high-
Dialysis Access: The good, bad, and desperate                                         chemistry and biology. He is        est scores for the residency
      To understand permanent dialysis access options                                 married to Amy Christie,            in the ABS In-Training Exami-
      and risks                                                                       M.D., chief resident in surgery     nations each year in his train-
                                                                                      at MCCG, and they have a new        ing. He plans fellowship train-
11:40 Best Resident Presentation
                                                                                      baby born in May.                   ing in breast surgery.
11:45 Adjourn
12:00 Meeting, Will C Sealy Society

								
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