Florida Hospital 3rd Annual North Meets South

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February 23, 2016

Florida Hospital – Orlando

This Thursday and Friday Omega will attend the 3rd Annual North Meets South Symposium, presented by the Florida Hospital Institute for Surgical Advancement. This one of a kind Gastrointestinal Medical and Surgical Symposium, features an international faculty who will use didactics, video and live case demonstrations to provide the optimal educational environment.

The Symposium chairs, experts Robert Hawes, MD and Steve Eubanks, MD will be performing live case demonstrations and hold in-depth discussions for interested attendees.

Dr. Robert Hawes, MD is one of the leaders of The Center for Interventional Endoscopy and an expert in the field of therapeutic endoscopy and minimally invasive surgery. He is a great lecturer and has spoken in over 30 countries and countless conferences. Throughout his career he has provided better care and outcomes for patients through research, education, technology, and procedure improvement.

Dr. Steve Eubanks, MD, FACS, has been the Director of Academic Surgery at Florida Hospital since 2010. He specializes in gastrointestinal reflux disease (GERD), upper gastrointestinal diseases, and laparoscopic, minimally-invasive and robotic surgery.

Objectives of the Symposium:

  • Discuss gastrointestinal surgical techniques and procedures being used in North, Central, and South America.
  • Describe emerging techniques and options for the management of gastrointestinal diseases.
  • Discuss ways to integrate innovative gastrointestinal surgical techniques, resulting in the best patient outcomes in North, Central, and South America.

Stop by our table to learn more about the gold standard in ERCP fluoroscopy systems, the Omega e-view Omega is the only manufacturer in the world specializing in fluoroscopic systems designed from the ground up for ERCP procedures. See you there!




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