MCACS Council from the December 2, 2022 Council Meeting at the 69th Annual Meeting.
Captured in the front row from left to right: Faina Nakhlis,MD; Jacqueline J. Wu, MD; Ali Tavakkoli, MD; Jordan R. Gutweiler, MD; Jennifer S, Davids, MD
Captured in the back row from left to right: Neil Ghushe, MD; Council Guest; Ketan R. Sheth, MD; Dmitry Nepomnayshy, MD; Anne C. Larkin, MD, Anthony L. McCluney, MD, Nikita Ramanathan; Neal E. Seymour, MD; Kamal M. Itani, MD; Michael T. Jaklitsch,MD; Peter S. Hopewood, MD; Rocco Ricciadi, MD
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Dear Member of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Surgeons:
On May 21, 2020 the Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Surgeons (MCACS) hosted a 1 hour webinar with hospital leaders from around the state discussing their approach on the topic of "Re-starting Surgery in Massachusetts". This session had valuable take-away for many surgeons, hospital leaders and administrators. I encourage you and your colleagues to listen to the recording of this webinar and take advantage of this timely and unique information.
What follows was the content of this webinar:
- COVID-19 Pandemic: Overview
- Restarting Surgery: Following needs and rules of stake holders - State Government, patients and institutions
- Role of the local Chapter