On Thursday, March 10, Visting Professor of Surgery, Michael G. Sarr, MD spoke on "A French Canadian Fur Trapper, Mackinac Island, An Errant Musket Shot and Your Stomach!" Dr. Sarr will recounted the epic tale of how a bullet hole of the stomach revolutionized medicine. Lecture by Michael G. Sarr, MD, Emeritus Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
The Visiting Professor of Surgery program provides expert educational seminars for practicing Santa Barbara surgeons and physicians. More importantly, it allows surgical residents in training at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital the chance to interact daily with the icons, leaders and outstanding teachers of the art of surgery.
This unique educational program advances the level of surgical care available in our community, and is made possible by generous support from our Title Sponsor, Cottage Health, and grateful patients, medical groups, individual community surgeons and physicians, and corporate donors.
“The Visiting Professor of Surgery program has been a tremendous success. We have been fortunate to have had outstanding surgeons, all leaders in their field. The program benefits the surgical residents, surgical staff and patients. The lecture for the public and donors has also been well received. The value to our community, to Cottage Health, and to Sansum Clinic is priceless. Thanks to Dr. Ron Latimer, this program will continue to be a success.” James T. Dunn, MD, FACS, Sansum Clinic Department of Surgery.
If you would like to support the Visiting Professor of Surgery program please contact Dru A. Hartley, Director of Philanthropy at Sansum Clinic at (805) 681-7726 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Your support is a commitment to sustaining Santa Barbara’s high level of surgical expertise and the community’s good health.