The UT Southwestern Medical Center general surgery residents presented the following topics at the American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress 2019 in San Francisco.
Associate Professor Stephen Luk, M.D., has been inducted into the Academy of Master Surgeon Educators. The academy, which is sponsored by the American College of Surgeons, recognizes innovators and thought leaders who are committed to advancing lifelong surgical education.
Please join the Department of Surgery in welcoming Professor Linda Farkas, M.D., as chief of the Division of Colorectal Surgery.
The Surgery Faculty Professional Development Series is in its second year, and as part of the series, finance manager Robert Nix and Collin Coble, financial analyst II, in the Department of Surgery gave a presentation in October on mission-based budgeting and its relevance to every member of the departme
Physical activity is an important part of wellness and stress management. As such, members of the Department of Surgery often schedule time to take a mental break from their day-to-day activities.
After a great deal of planning and much anticipation from the community, the UT Southwestern Frisco medical office building and its associated Texas Health Hospital are now open.
To improve communication within the department, Chair Herbert Zeh, M.D., has implemented UT Southwestern Surgery Connect, a series of brief video updates that are emailed out to the faculty on a regular basis.
The department has obtained the services of GLINT, a company that enables organizations to assess levels of employee engagement in real time.
This winter, UT Southwestern Medical Center is coming to the North Texas suburb of Frisco. The facility is a partnership with Texas Health Resources, and the two health care giants are bringing expert care to the fastest growing city in the United States.
Several of the 2020 chief residents have received their match results. Please join us in congratulating them.