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ACS_Logo    American College of Surgeons
713 Ridge Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Phone: 412-321-5030    FAX: 412-321-5323
acs@acms.org



Current Officers
Shari Mancini, MD, FACS President
Christopher Bartels, MD, FACS President elect
Carol McCloskey, MD, FACS Secretary/Treasurer
Kenneth Lee, MD, FACS
Governor
Kurt Stahlfeld, MD, FACS. Governor


Council
Jeannette Capella, MD, FACS
Allan Philp, MD, FACS
Nagamalli Ramakrishna, MD, FACS
Lana Schumacher, MD, FACS
Timothy Wu, MD, FACS


Dinakar Golla, MD, FACS Young Surgeon Rep
James McCormick, DO, FACS CoC Liaison


Date of Founding:
1953        60 years since Charter received
                Merged with Pittsburgh Surgical Society in 2011
Members:
347
Goals/Objectives:
This Chapter was organized to promote the art and science of surgery through educational programs and to enhance the overall quality of surgical care in Southwestern Pennsylvania












Recent activities:
2014 Most Interesting Case
Most Interesting Cases presented to ACS

Members of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) met in the Ohio Room in the Rivers Casino overlooking Three Rivers Point May 11. The chapter was hosting residents from local programs for the annual “Most Interesting Cases” for presentation and discussion with members.

Residents from UPMC St. Margaret’s, UPMC Shadyside, UPMC Mercy, Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center and Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Allegheny General Hospital submitted a total of 17 abstracts which were reviewed by council, and from that number, six were selected for oral presentation at the May 11 meeting.

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 Pauline ChenThe Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) held an event Nov. 3, 2014, at the Omni William Penn hotel in Pittsburgh. Pauline Chen, MD, FACS, was the keynote speaker.

Dr. Chen presented “Choosing between Technology and Palliation,” speaking on end-of-life care and what that means for physicians who consider death a personal failure.

Dr. Chen is the author of “Final Exam: A Surgeon’s Reflections on Mortality,” and is a New York Times columnist.

The Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter of the ACS will once again host residents from the regions’ surgical programs when they present their Most Interesting Cases of 2014.

Make plans now to attend the meeting May 11 at the Rivers Casino. Contact Dianne Meister, (412) 321-5030, ext. 107, or dmeister@acms. org, to be added to the mailing list if you are not a member of the chapter.

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2014 Most Interesting Case Presentation
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Dr. Jim McCormick (WPAHS) presents to Dr. D'Arcy Duke (Conemaugh), a plaque recognizing
Dr. Jim McCormick (WPAHS) presents to Dr. D'Arcy Duke (Conemaugh), a plaque recognizing
her role as president of the SW PA Chapter of the American College of Surgeons in 2012.
Dr. Jim McCormick and guest speaker at the SW PA Chapter's November 12th meeting. 
Mr Charles Kenney, author of Transforming Health Care: Virginia Mason Medical Center's
Pursuit of the Perfect Patient Experience
Dr. Jim McCormick and guest speaker at the SW PA Chapter's November 12th meeting.
Dr. D'Arcy Duke presents to Dr. Jim McCormick a gavel noting his position as president
Dr. D'Arcy Duke presents to Dr. Jim McCormick a gavel noting his position as president
of the SW PA Chapter of the American College of Surgeons for 2013.
Membership:
Active membership shall be Fellows and Associate Fellows of the American College of Surgeons residing or practicing in this area and are members in good standing of the College.

Resident members shall have graduated from a medical school acceptable to the American College of Surgeons & is currently enrolled in an accredited training program focused on a surgical specialty as noted in the by-laws. Emeritus membership shall be limited to those members over the age of 65 or retired from the active practice of surgery and have applied for such status through the American College of Surgeons. Medical Students in a U.S. medical school accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) are eligible to apply as a Medical School member of the Chapter.

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Administrator:
Dianne Meister, RN
712 Ridge Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
412-321-5030
             

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Allegheny County Medical Society