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Thursday, April 6, 2017
6:00 pm EDT
Women in Medicine Spring Social
Join other women physicians practicing in the area on April 6th at the Firefly Kitchen and Bar for a drink, appetizers, and conversation. Relax with women you can relate with to discuss the issues you face as a female physician. Take a few hours from your busy life to get a fresh perspective on work-life balance issues. We look forward to your participation in this event and promoting women in the practice of medicine. Attendance is complimentary and is limited to OCMS or SCMS female members. Women in Medicine Spring Social - Cocktails and Conversation  Firefly Kitchen and Bar (Formerly Taps) Winter Park Village, 480 N Orlando Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789 Thursday, April 6, 2017 6PM – 8PM
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
6:00 pm EDT
Discussion on Urological Issues for Aging Men
Community invited to discussion on urological issues affecting aging men WHAT: Dr. Jeff Brady discusses common urological issues affecting aging men such as incontinence, prostate cancer and kidney stones. Learn about the latest breakthrough treatments including new medications and minimally invasive robotic surgeries. Spouses and partners are encouraged to attend. WHEN: Tuesday, April 11 6 p.m. WHERE: Winter Park Memorial Hospital Medical Library
Thursday, April 20, 2017
6:00 pm EDT
Surgical Options for Knee Replacements
Community invited to hear latest surgical options regarding knee replacement surgery WHAT: Knee pain can have a serious impact on your day-to-day activities. Join Dr. Kenneth Krumins as he discusses the latest surgical options, including minimally invasive total-knee replacement and robotic-assisted partial knee-replacement. WHEN: Thursday, April 20 6 p.m. WHERE: Winter Park Memorial Hospital Medical Library
Friday, April 21, 2017
4:00 pm EDT
Florida Hospital, Cleveland Clinic and University of Maryland School of Medicine Experts Discuss IBS
Florida Hospital, Cleveland Clinic and University of Maryland School of Medicine experts discuss Inflammatory Bowel Diseases WHAT: Three national leaders in the field of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases will hold a panel discussion for patients, families and caregivers living with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. The speakers include: Dr. Raymond Cross from the University of Maryland School of Medicine; Dr. Bo Shen of Cleveland Clinic; and Dr. Udayakumor Navaneethan of the Florida Hospital Center for Interventional Endoscopy. The event is free. To register, call Jason Jose at 407-303-9863 or visit WHEN: Friday, April 21 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. WHERE: The Alfond Inn
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
11:00 am EDT
National Healthcare Decisions Day Event  
Halifax Health – Hospice Orlando Office 5210 S. Orange Avenue, Orlando                                 This year, National Healthcare Decisions Day, which aims to help people across the United States understand the value of advance healthcare planning, will be a weeklong event, taking place April 16-22.  In observance, Halifax Health – Hospice Orlando Office will present a free educational event on April 26.   Sometimes called an advance directive or living will, an advance care plan is a way for a person to plan ahead for their medical care in case they are not able to make their wishes known.  Advance care plans can be made at any time in a person’s life.  The plan advises healthcare providers on what a person wants if they are unable to speak for themselves, which helps to prevent questions and confusion among family members during that time, giving loved ones peace of mind.            During the event, Halifax Health - Hospice will distribute free copies of Five Wishes – an easy to use legal document that allows adults of all ages to plan how they want to be cared for in case they become seriously ill.    Five Wishes covers the following topics: · The Person I Want to Make Care Decisions for Me When I Can’t · The Kind of Medical Treatment I Want Or Don’t Want   · How Comfortable I Want to Be · How I Want People to Treat Me · What I Want My Loved Ones to Know   Five Wishes is America’s most popular living will with more than 18 million copies in circulation.  It assists those utilizing the document in expressing how they want to be treated if they become seriously ill and unable to speak for themselves.  It is unique among all other living will and health agent forms in that it speaks to all a person’s needs, including: medical, personal, emotional and spiritual.  Five Wishes also helps structure discussions with family members and physicians.   For more information about this event and advance healthcare planning, call 407.425.7900.                    

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