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0901newsletter
Georgia
Orthopaedic Society The Georgia Orthopaedic News
THE
NEWS
Volume 14 | Number 1
Georgia
Orthopaedic
Society, Inc.
2008-09
Board of
Directors
President
Daniel K. Guy, M.D
President Elect
Charles E. Hancock, M.D..
Past President
Waldo E. Floyd, III, M.D.
Secretary - Treasurer
Todd Schmidt, M.D.
Secretary -Treasurer/Elect
D. Hal Silcox III, M.D.
AAOS Board of
Councilors
Charles N. Hubbard, M.D.
Stephen M. McCollam, M.D.
MAG Legislative
Representative
Guy Foulkes, M.D.
Legislative Chairman
Douglas W. Lundy, M.D.
Membership Chairman
Robert Thornsberry, M.D.
Public Relations Chair
Jim Barber, M.D.
Resident Program
Representative
Shervin Oskouei, M.D.
Member At Large
John Heller, M.D.
Newsletter Editor
Charles Hubbard, M.D.
Executive Director
Liz Neary
JANUARY 2009
It’s Up To Us …
By Charles Hubbard, M.D.
The January wind seems to blow particularly
cold this year with deficits, unemployment and
bankruptcy dominating the news. Since our last
installment we have elected our 44th President
and he is hard at work choosing his cabinet and
trying to figure a way out of the fiscal mess we
find ourselves in. What the future holds for our
profession no one at this point can say. But with
the appointment of former Senator Daschle
there is reason to believe that at least some of the
aforementioned chilly wind may blow our way.
I choose, however, to be optimistic holding
fast to remarks historian David McCullough
made several years ago in an address before the
AAOS. Having just written 1776, he decried
the poor knowledge of history amongst today’s
youth. “Since 9/11,” he began, “I hear people say
‘this is the worst time in American history.’ As a
historian, I assure you it is not! For those of us old
enough to remember WWII,” he continued, “we can
recall how poorly prepared this country was to fight.
We entered the war against Germany and Japan
with no assurances of winning … it was nearly
a year before we scored a single victory. The true
value of knowing our history … perhaps its greatest
value … is the reassurance it provides us during
tough times that we’ve been through this before.”
With a new Chief Executive who still remains
something of an unknown quantity, I find
comfort in those words.
And with that I will abandon my stab at
punditry and return to things closer to home.
October saw another successful meeting of our
society at our “ancestral home” on the Georgia
coast. President Waldo Floyd, III and Secretary
Todd Schmidt put together a super program
and if the rumors of financial strain in that zip
code are true, you could not tell it. As in years
past, everything was first class. That said, for
2009 we will return to Lake Oconee and beyond
that we are looking at additional options.
I have been an enthusiastic cheerleader for
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our annual meeting. I firmly believe it is the
one thing that has kept us together for over a
half-century and made the Georgia Orthopaedic
Society one of the best-organized and most active
state societies in the country. I don’t find it at all
unreasonable therefore to attribute at least some
credit for our legislative successes in recent years
to our annual gathering.
To continue the high quality and to build upon
our victories it is crucial we have the support of
all orthopaedists in our state. In coming years our
society membership will age with more qualifying
for Emeritus status. Employment of orthopaedists
may also continue to rise and as suggested in a
recent survey [see BOC Report], priorities tend
to change with society membership often being
a casualty. Yet the threats to our vitality and
independence will persist.
Around the country … state-by-state …
radiologists, podiatrists and physical therapists
are committed to expanding their scope of
practice at the expense of ours. Trial lawyers
remain committed to overturning or weakening
tort reform wherever it exists. Such bombshells
have landed all around us in neighboring states
with poor outcomes where the state society has
not been prepared. But where orthopaedists have
been well organized such efforts have been turned
back. It’s a never-ending struggle but one we can
ill-afford to lose.
According to a recent survey by the AAOS’ State
Society Committee, there are approximately
100 Academy members in Georgia who are
not members of our society. Certainly you
know some of them. If so, urge them to join
and impress on them how much we need
their support so that we might be equal to the
challenges that are before us. Remind them that
the AAOS will likely be unable to fight these
battles and the state medical society may or may
not choose to. At the end of the day, it really is
our fight and the outcome is up to us.
The Georgia Orthopaedic News
A Note from the President...
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
The Georgia Orthopedic Society has
enjoyed another good year under the capable
leadership of Waldo Floyd. Our Annual
meeting at Sea Island in 2008 was a great
success and we look forward to this year’s
event at Reynolds Plantation. Mark your
calendars for the weekend of October 8th through the 11th and
plan to attend as an excellent meeting is planned.
I am pleased to announce that the Presidential Guest Speaker
will be Charles A. Rockwood, Jr. M.D. A past President of
both the Academy and the Shoulder and Elbow Society, Dr.
Rockwood was our guest speaker in 1983 and will be able to
offer a unique 25 year perspective on the changes that have
occurred in Orthopedics since his last visit with the Society.
The Georgia Orthopedic Society lost one of its great
members in late 2008 with the passing of Jim Funk. He will
be remembered as a friend and colleague and we will continue
to honor his legacy each year with the James Funk, MD
Humanitarian Award.
We welcome new members to the Board , Chip Hancock, Hal
Silcox, Doug Lundy and Robbie Thornsberry and look forward
to adding their expertise to the continued strong leadership
of the GOS. Steve McCollam and Charlie Hubbard, both
past presidents of the GOS, represent us well at the Academy
through the Board of Councilors.
Our society continues to benefit from the excellent work of our
executive director Liz Neary. Liz also assists in the operation of
our companion organization for Orthopedic office managers,
GAOE. The GAOE provides a vehicle that will enhance the
productivity of your administrative staff and I would highly
recommend that your staff attend their annual meeting.
The Georgia Ortho PAC has proven to be a most effective tool
in advancing our interests at the State level and I encourage each
of you to continue your generous support. Following significant
successes in tort and CON reform for Georgia over the last
few years we now face the challenge of helping to implement
a Statewide Trauma Care Network. Hard work by our fine
lobbyists from DLA Piper, Don Bolia and Joe Young, and from
many of you speaking with your local legislators and spending
time at the Capitol have helped us achieve most of our goals in
the past.
Jim Roberson and I attended the Trauma Care Symposium held
in Atlanta this year. The theme of the meeting was “the right
patient, at the right place, at the right time”. I took this message
to mean that our current method of triage of injured patients
needs careful reform. The legislature seems to be committed to
putting a system in place but has the usual politician’s concern of
raising taxes or surcharges to fund the enterprise. The GOS can
play an important role in this process. We should be actively
involved as Orthopedic Surgeons will be directly affected by the
outcome of any Trauma legislation.
It is with great honor that I serve as your President this year
and I look forward to our continued success in 2009.
Please join us at the Annual Meeting in October.
With best regards,
Daniel K. Guy, M.D.
RESIDENTS COMPETITION OF PAPERS
The Georgia Orthopaedic Society is pleased to announce that
it is hosting a Residents’ competition of papers at the annual
meeting, which will be held October 8-11, 2009, at The Ritz
Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation, Greensboro, Georgia.
The Resident with the best paper will present his/her work at
the annual meeting and will be awarded a $1,500.00 first place
prize and will qualify for entry in the Academy’s Resident
Competition for 2009.
The Society will only accept papers from Residents through
the Residents’ competition. In addition, the Society will only
accept papers from Residents who are Members of the Society.
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(A resident membership application can be download on the
GOS website: www.georgiaorthosociety.com ). If your paper is
not selected as the winner of the Thomas E Whiteside’s, MD,
Residents Award, then the Program Committee of the Society
will review it for presentation during the general session or for
poster presentation much like that of the AAOS.
Please submit your paper in word document by email only
to: Liz Neary, Executive Director – [email protected]
The deadline for submission of papers is April 15th, 2009,
and a decision should be made regarding the winner of the
competition by mid-July. If you have any questions, please
contact Liz Neary at (478) 474-2754.
The Georgia Orthopaedic News
2008 annual meeting highlights
GOS WELCOMES
NEW MEMBERS
DON G. AARON, MD
Statesboro
THOMAS LANE BRADBURY, MD
Atlanta
ANUJ GUPTA, MD
Atlanta
BRADLEY A. HEIGES, MD
Savannah
SPERO G. KARAS, MD
Atlanta
Dr. Robert Cofield, GA Shoulder
& Elbow Society Guest Speaker
Richard A. Berger, MD,
Ph.D, GA Hand Society
guest speaker
James Barber, MD
presented George Wright,
MD the Jim Funk, MD
Humanitarian award.
RANDALL M. MEREDITH, MD
Augusta
RAPHAEL R. ROYBAL, MD
Savannah
KENNETH SANDS, MD
Rome
WILLIAM C. TALLY, MD
Savannah
CHRISTOPHER WALSH, MD
Fayetteville
NEW MEMBER &
RESIDENT MEMBER
APPLICATIONS
2007-08 GOS president,
Waldo Floyd III, MD receives
plaque and presidents pin
from President - Elect ( and
current 2008-09 president)
Danny Guy, MD.
Jim Kercher, MD, recipient of
the 2008 Thomas E. Whitesides,
M.D. Resident’s Award, stands
along side with Waldo Floyd III,
MD, Thomas E.Whitesides, MD
and Todd Schmidt, MD.
GOS Presidential guest speaker
Henry Mankin, MD
New Member Applications for 2009 are
due by August 15th. Resident Member
Applications are accepted throughout the
year. Please visit the GOS website:
www.georgiaorthosociety.com
to download an application
GAOE 3rd Annual Meeting Office Managers - Mark your
calendars NOW!
Everyone enjoyed dancing
to the great sounds of the
Grapevine Band.
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Georgia Association of Orthopaedic
Executives (GAOE), formally BONES
Society of Georgia, 3rd Annual Meeting
will take place February 5-7th, 2009 at the
Savannah Marriott Riverfront. The 2009
event will kick off with a welcome reception
for attendees and exhibitors on Thursday
evening, Feb. 5th at 7pm. It will be a
meeting you will not want to miss! For more
information, please contact the GAOE
office at: 478-474-2754 or email: [email protected]
gmail.com Registration forms available at
the GAOE website: www.bones-ga.com.
The Georgia Orthopaedic News
REPORT FROM THE AAOS BOARD OF COUNCILORS
Charles N. Hubbard, MD
Stephen McCollam, MD
Board of Councilors
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
The AAOS Board of Councilors’ Fall Meeting was held
October 2-5, 2008 in Dallas, TX. As in years past the
meeting was held in conjunction with that of the Board
of Specialties. The three-day meeting featured numerous
general presentations and sessions as the BOC went about the
business of representing your ideas and concerns to the AAOS
leadership. You’ll be pleased to know that on-call ER coverage,
physician reimbursement and liability reform continue to be
top-tier issues for the Academy’s Unified Advocacy Agenda.
Unfortunately, you’ll be less pleased with the progress being
made. Held as this was prior to the presidential election,
the prospect of healthcare reform featured prominently. An
interesting overview of the upcoming election and its possible
impact on our profession was given by Rep Pete Sessions
(R-TX) and Rep Bernice Johnson (D-TX) who presented the
policies their party’s candidate might pursue as president. Not
surprisingly Congressman Sessions emphasized a free-market
approach while Rep Johnson spoke of expanding current
federal programs. They were followed by Mr John Goodman
from the National Center for Policy Analysis who compared
the two approaches and deemed Sen McCain’s proposal of
using tax credits to purchase basic coverage the bolder and
more promising plan. Though opinions vary on the priority the
incoming administration will grant healthcare reform given the
current economic conditions, Dr David Halsey (VT), Chair of
the Council on Advocacy, reaffirmed the AAOS’ commitment
to be engaged in the coming dialogue.
Dr Pete Mandell, Chair of the Professionalism Committee,
presented an overview of the actions taken on alleged violations
of the AAOS’ Standards of Professionalism (SOPs). Though
it is too early to gauge the effect the program is having in
curtailing unprofessional behavior, the committee continues
to hear a surprising number of complaints, some of which
eventuate in sanctions great and small. A newly proposed
standard regarding the use of new technologies and techniques
was presented and provoked some controversy.
Lastly, there was a presentation on employment of orthopaedic
surgeons by hospitals. Via conference call, Dr John Graham
of Charleston, SC described the reasons his group recently
decided to be employed by their hospital and the benefits they
have realized thus far. BOC Chair-Elect Dr Tom Barber (CA)
and Past-Chair Dr Matt Shapiro (OR) followed presenting
the results of a survey they made of orthopaedic surgeons in
their respective states. Their data indicates that for employed
orthopaedists Academy membership and participation is a
high priority but the same is not true for membership in their
state societies. It was suggested that should this trend continue
the implications are ominous for the Academy’s efforts to
strengthen state societies and to aid effective advocacy at the
state level. Being that that is where most of our success
has been, there will be increasing need for sharpening the
message that state society membership is crucial to the vitality of
our profession.
Dr. Jim Barber Selected to AAOS Leadership Fellows Program
Our heartiest congratulations to Dr. Jim Barber, GOS member
from Douglas, for his recent selection to the 2009 class of the
very distinguished AAOS “Leadership Fellows Program” (LFP).
Jim will join Dr. Doug Lundy, a 2006 LFP graduate, as the only
GOS members who have been selected for participation in this
program, which was initiated by the AAOS in 2002.
The goal of this one year program is to facilitate the development
of future Academy leaders, preparing them to assume roles of
responsibility within the AAOS and other medical organizations.
The LFP combines didactic leadership training with an ongoing
mentoring program that matches participants with established
leaders within the AAOS Fellowship.
Only ten AAOS Fellows were selected for next year’s class; Jim’s
being one of these ten is a testimony to his outstanding leadership
skills and to the enthusiasm he has shown for the activities of the
GOS and our Academy.
Jim, who is in private practice, serves the GOS as the Chair of
the Public Relations Committee and as a member of the Board
of Directors. He is currently serving his local community as
Vice President of the South Georgia Physicians Association
and as President of his County Medical Society. He will be an
outstanding member of the next LFP class and we are very proud
of his selection.
The LFP is open to AAOS members less than 45 years of age
who desire to develop their volunteer and leadership skills and to
become more active in the Academy. Applications are available
online at www.aaos.org/lfp beginning in May of each year.
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GOS Bicycle Fund Raiser
Thanks to your generous
donations, we were able to
distribute new bicycles and
helmets to needy children
in the Brunswick area.
As part of the program,
GOS member Dr. Peter
Symbas (left) taught a class
in bicycle safety to the
happy recipients.
This was a great
opportunity to demonstrate
our philanthropic mission.
Thanks to everyone who
participated and donated.
For these children, it felt
like Christmas in October.
2009 GOS CALENDAR
January 12
GA Legislative Session Begins,
Atlanta, GA
February 25-28
AAOS Annual Meeting,
Las Vegas, NV
March 21
GOS Board Meeting Conference Call
April 29 - May 2
NOLC, Washington DC
TBD
GOS Summer Board Meeting
October 15 – 18
AAOS Fall BOC Meeting
Colorado Springs, Co
GEORGIA ORTHOPAEDIC
SOCIETY’S
F. JAMES FUNK, JR., M.D.,
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE OF
THE YEAR AWARD
The F. James Funk, Jr., M.D., Distinguished Service Award recognizes
that person or persons who have distinguished themselves by providing
outstanding humanitarian service and thereby promoting and ensuring
quality orthopaedic care to the citizens of Georgia and beyond.
The 2009 F. James Funk, Jr., M.D., Distinguished Service Award will
be presented at the 2009 Annual Meeting of the Georgia Orthopaedic
Society. The completed Sponsor Form and any supporting print
information must be returned to the Georgia Orthopaedic Society no
later than March 15, 2009.
For a sponsor form or more information, visit the GOS website at:
www.georgiaorthosociety.com or contact Jim Barber, MD, GOS
Public Relations Chairman at: [email protected]
October 8-11
GOS Annual Meeting,
The Ritz Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation
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The Georgia Orthopaedic News
The GOS Lobbyist Report
By Don Bolia, Director
Government Relations, DLA Piper US LLP
Believe it or not, the 2009 Legislative Session of the Georgia
General Assembly is well under way. The session opened on
Monday, January 12, 2009. While the November elections
brought a number of changes in D.C., the Georgia legislative
leadership stayed relatively the same. In the elections Republican
lost two seats in the House to retain a 105-75 seat majority. The
elections for leadership posts held on the first day of the session
was a formality and the House Leadership stayed the same with
the exception of State Representative Jan Jones (R) District
46, from Milton who replaced Representative Barry Fleming
(R) District 117, from Harlem as Majority Whip. Fleming
did not seek re-election to in order to run for Congress against
incumbent Congressman Paul Broun.Glenn Richardson (R)
District 19, from Hiram was re-elected Speaker of the House
and Mark Burkhalter (R) District 50, from Johns Creek was reelected Speaker Pro Tempore. House Majority Leader Jerry Keen
(R) District 179, from St. Simons Island was also re-elected and
he recently announced his intention to remain in that post and
not seek election to Governor in 2010.
In the Senate the balance of power has remained the same
with Republicans holding 34 of 56 seats. The former President
Pro Tempore, Eric Johnson (R) District 1, from Savannah has
stepped down from his leadership post in order to run for
Lt. Governor in 2010. That has allowed several players to move
up including Majority Leader Tommie Williams (R) District
19, from Lyons who was elected President Pro Tempore from
his current post of Majority Leader and allowed the former
Chairman of the Finance Committee Chip Rogers to be elected
the Majority Leader.
For those of you that attended the annual meeting at the Cloister
in October you had the opportunity to hear both the current
Lt. Governor Casey Cagle
Senator Tommie Williams
Lt. Governor and Senator Tommie Williams speak. They
addressed some of the key issues that occurred during the 2008
session and what they expected to see occur during the 2009
session.Senator Tommie Williams was the key sponsor of the
CON reform legislation that passed during the 2008 session
and he expressed appreciation to the membership of GOS for
their support. The Lt. Governor addressed the key issue of
creating a true trauma network, and he committed to working
with physicians to ensure that GOS has a seat at the table when
discussions begin on that important issue.
The state budget has been the dominant issue for the 2009
session as the estimated budget shortfall could climb above the
current estimate of $2.2 billion out of a budget of approximately
$20 billion. Governor Sonny Perdue has called for a 10% across
the board cut, and that will affect every department in state
government.
The following is a link to view the new budget from the
Department of Human Resources as approved at their August
Board meeting: http://dhr.georgia.gov/DHR/DHR_
CommonFiles/PDF/DHR_Board-Presentation_08-20-2008.
pdf
Also attached is a link to the Department of Community Health.
Please note potential budget cuts that are on the table. http://
dch.georgia.gov/
While we will be vigilant during the 2009 session, we will be
keeping an eye out for the 2010 elections. While the primaries for
those elections are 18 months away, two candidates,
Lt. Governor Casey Cagle and Insurance Commissioner John
Oxendine have already filed paperwork and are raising money
for the Governors race. Secretary of State Karen Handel
announced she will also be running for Governor as well. State
Senator David Shafer (R) District 48, from Duluth has filed his
paperwork to run for Lt. Governor. We are certain there will be
more to follow.
On January 14, 2009, Governor Sonny Perdue delivered his State
of the State address to the House and Senate. In his address
Governor Perdue discussed a plan to propose a bill mandating a
1.6% fee on hospitals and health insurance plans to fill the hole in
Medicaid and sustain and expand the state’s trauma network.
Both Lt. Governor Casey Cagle and Senator Tommie Williams
spoke at the Annual Meeting.
The Health Care Committees of both Houses have been formed.
The committee members are listed below. Committees may also be
found on the Georgia General Assembly website, www.legis.ga.gov.
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Thank you.
The Georgia Orthopaedic News
House of Representatives Health and
Human Services Committees Members:
Sharon Cooper, Chairman
Marietta
Ed Rynders, Vice Chairman
Albany
Buddy Carter, Secretary
Pooler
Mark Butler, Carrollton
Charlice Byrd, Woodstock
Mike Cheokas, Americus
Doug Collins, Gainesville
Katie Dempsey, Rome
Elly Dobbs, Atlanta
Karla Drenner,
Avondale Estates
J. Craig Gordon, Savannah
Tom Graves, Ranger
Bill Hembree, Winston
Michele Henson,
Stone Mountain
Wayne Howard, Augusta
Sistie Hudson, Sparta
Sean Jerguson
Cherokee County
Sheila Jones
Cobb/ Fulton County
Margaret Kaiser
Fulton County
Mike Keown, Coolidge
Barry Loudermilk, Cassville
John Lunsford, McDonough
Gene Maddox, Cairo
Fran Millar, Dunwoody
Billy Mitchell, Stone Mountain
Howard Mosby, Atlanta
Don Parsons, Marietta
Allen Peake, Macon
Nikki Randall, Macon
Carl Rogers, Gainesville
Tony Sellier, Fort Valley
Robbin Shipp, Atlanta
Barbara Sims, Augusta
Mickey Stephens, Savannah
Pam Stephenson, Decatur
Joe Wilkinson, Sandy Springs
Senate Health and Human Services
Committee Members:
Don Thomas, Chairman
Renee Unterman
Vice-Chairman, Buford
Greg Goggans, Douglas
David Adelman, Decatur
Don Balfour, Snellville
Gloria Butler
Stone Mountain
Johnny Grant, Milledgeville
Lee Hawkins, Gainesville
THE GEORGIA ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY
WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE
FOLLOWING COMPANIES
FOR THEIR SUPPORT OF THE 2008
ANNUAL MEETING
PLATINUM EXHIBITOR
MAG MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
GOLD EXHIBITORS
BIOMET GEORGIA
CROSSLINK ORTHOPAEDICS/
STRYKER ORTHOPAEDICS
DEPUY, INC.
GENZYME BIOSURGERY
GEORGIA CPM
MEDTRONIC
SMITH & NEPHEW ORTHOPAEDICS
SYNTHES SPINE & SYNTHES TRAUMA
WRIGHT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
ZIMMER – SOUTHEAST
THE GEORGIA ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY
THANKS THE 2008 BREAKOUT SESSION
EXHIBITORS
GENERAL
ACO Med Supply
Georgia Association of Physician Assistants
Sanofi-Aventis
ARTHROPLASTY
Exactech, Inc.
Steve Henson, Tucker
Judson Hill, Marietta
Lester G. Jackson, Savannah
Nan Orrock, Atlanta
David Shafer, Duluth
Preston Smith, Rome
Horacena Tate, Atlanta
John Wiles, Marietta
HAND
Acumed/Southern Orthopaedics, LLC
Touch Bionics/LIVINGSKIN Prosthetics
FOOT AND ANKLE
Acumed/Southern Orthopaedics, LLC
Arthrex
Biomet Medtech
Integra
Wright Medical Technology
SHOULDER AND ELBOW
ArthroCare Sports Medicine
DePuy Mitek
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2008-2009 GEORGIA ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Thank you for your dedication to the Society!
President:
Daniel K. Guy, M.D.
LaGrange
706-884-2691
[email protected]
Past President:
Waldo E. Floyd, III, M.D.
Macon
478-745-4206
[email protected]
President-Elect:
Charles E. Hancock, M.D.
Thomasville
229-226-2971
[email protected]
Secretary - Treasurer
Todd Schmidt, M.D.
Stockbridge
770-506-4350
[email protected]
Secretary – Treasurer/Elect
D. Hal Silcox III, M.D.
Atlanta
404-355-0743
[email protected]
Legislative Chairman:
Douglas W. Lundy, M.D.
Marietta
770-422-3290
[email protected]
MAG Representative:
Guy Foulkes, M.D.
Macon
478-745-4206
[email protected]
AAOS Board of Councilor:
Charles N. Hubbard, M.D.
Carrollton
770-834-0873
[email protected]
AAOS Board of Councilor:
Stephen M. McCollam, M.D.
Atlanta
404-350-4712
[email protected]
Membership Chairman:
Robert Thornsberry, M.D.
Macon
478-745-4206
[email protected]
Resident Program
Representative:
Shervin Oskouei, M.D.
Atlanta
404-778-7230
[email protected]
emoryhealthcare.org
Member At Large:
John Heller, M.D.
Atlanta
404-778-7112
[email protected]
Public Relations Chairman:
Jim Barber, M.D.
Douglas
912-383-9789
[email protected]
Published 2009 by the Georgia Orthopaedic Society, Peachtree City, Georgia, USA, Earth, Milky Way, Universe
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