chief surgeon

chief surgeon

a surgeon appointed or elected head of the surgeons on the staff of a health care facility.
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It was sent by the chief surgeon of a field-hospital; and it was dated from a village in the north of Spain.
He died almost instantly, and the chief surgeon had said:
Mazhar Nizam (Medical Director/Plastic Surgeon, Patel Hospital and Chief Surgeon Smile Train Program) during his visit to camp said that Cleft lip and palate is a group of conditions that includes cleft lip, cleft palate and both together.
Chief surgeon Zheng Shan said the team of doctors used 3D printing to build two models simulating the structure of the babies' connected parts, which helped them better understand the anatomical structure and carry out simulated surgery when making plans for the procedure.
He became Chief Surgeon for St John Cymru Wales, as did his second in command, Major Andrew Woodroffe Anderson.
Also, Hunter Holmes McGuire, chief surgeon for Stonewall Jackson's Corps and physician to the ill-fated general, proudly proclaimed 28,000 wartime administrations of chloroform without a single death, suggesting that his colleagues were at least as interested in tabulating data and recording results as their Union counterparts (Transactions of the Southern Surgical Association 2 [1890]: pp.
His great great great grandfather Dr John Martin was chief surgeon in Merthyr but relatives left south Wales in 1868 and settled in Utah.
Patient safety is of huge importance to me and my staff here at Esadsa House," said chief surgeon, Dr.
The 10-episode season is directed throughout by Oscar- and Emmy-winning Steven Soderbergh, and stars Clive Owen as the hospital's world-class, hard-driving (and, by the way, drug-abusing) chief surgeon.
14,15] a testing system moderated by the Japanese Society of Endourology (JSE) and the Japanese Urological Association (JUA), is a well-validated method of ensuring that surgeons can perform urologic laparoscopic surgery as chief surgeon with a low prevalence of perioperative complications and with reasonable outcomes.
Rand, MD chief surgeon and medical director of the Rand Eye Institute.
The site even quoted a fake chief surgeon at St Luke's Medical Center in Colorado capital Denver saying victims, including college students, had witnessed cardiac arrests, hypospadias, acquired trimethylaminuria and multiple organ failures.
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