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PRODUCED BY AND FOR MEMBERS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY April 2016 | Archived Issues

FDA Warns About Opioids, Diabetes Medications

Pharmacy Focus

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued warnings about safety issues with the entire class of opioid pain medicines and with Type 2 diabetes medicines containing saxagliptin and alogliptin.

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Mark Your Calendar


Surgery Grand Rounds

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Grand Rounds

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Education Schedule

Click the PDF link below to see the Department of Surgery's education schedule.

Education Schedule - April 2016 (PDF)  

Education Schedule - May 2016 (PDF)  


Surgery Scheduling

Click the "read more" for hours and contact information for surgery scheduling.

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Two Minutes With …

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This question-and-answer feature will help you get to know some of the physicians in the Cedars-Sinai Department of Surgery. This month's installment features and Rodrigo Alban, MD, and Monica Jain, MD.

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Cedars-Sinai Helps Test Therapy for Sleep Apnea

The Cedars-Sinai Sleep Apnea Treatment Center is participating in a clinical trial of the ImThera Medical Targeted Hypoglossal Neurostimulator to evaluate the safety and efficacy of implantable therapy in patients who have moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea and who cannot use CPAP therapy.

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Morgenstern Debate Tackles Physicians and Social Media

Morgenstern

The 13th Annual Dr. Leon Morgenstern Great Debates in Clinical Medicine Resident Competition will convene Friday, June 3, at 8 a.m. in Harvey Morse Auditorium. This year's topic is "Physicians and Social Media: Threat to Professionalism or an Essential Part of Contemporary Medical Practice?"


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Recognition for Alban, Sax, Danoff, Murrell, Soukiasian

Physician News

Rodrigo Alban, MD, and Harry Sax, MD, presented a poster at the American College of Healthcare Executives annual meeting, Dudley Danoff, MD, discussed his new book before a large crowd at the Medical Library, Zuri A. Murrell, MD, spoke to a church congregation about colorectal cancer, and Harmik J. Soukiasian, MD, was featured in a Wall Street Journal article.

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CS-Link Central Has New Design, Easier Navigation

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Take a few moments to check out the newly designed CS-Link Central — your source for CS-Link information and resources. The website now offers a fresh look and feel, easier-to-use layout and navigation, better search capabilities and mobile-friendly functionality.

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Circle of Friends Honorees for March

CoF

The Circle of Friends program honored 354 people in March. Circle of Friends allows grateful patients to make a donation in honor of the physicians, nurses, caregivers and others who have made a difference during their time at Cedars-Sinai.

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Two Minutes With …

This question-and-answer feature will help you get to know some of the physicians in the Cedars-Sinai Department of Surgery.

Rodrigo Alban, MD, associate director, General Surgery Residency and Surgical Performance Improvement

Where did you grow up?

I was born in Quito, Ecuador, where I grew up. I moved to L.A. in 1999.

Why did you decide to specialize in general/trauma surgery?

I made the decision during my fourth year as a surgical resident. I am sort of an adrenaline junkie and enjoyed the diversity of cases. Acute care surgery combines three different specialties into one (emergency surgery, trauma and critical care); this gives you an opportunity to see and treat a diversity of pathologies, making it an interesting experience every day. Not to mention the leadership and administrative opportunities as well as the close relationship with the residents and students.

What is the most rewarding aspect of your job?

The opportunity to teach. It is really a passion of mine. I enjoy passing on whatever knowledge I have to younger generations and try to stimulate their natural and inquisitive nature. Certainly helping patients recover from devastating injuries and conditions is a plus as well.

How do you unwind at the end of the day?

Playing with my son. The moment I see him and play with him everything changes. Being a father is the most amazing experience I could have ever wished for.

Is there something or someplace you have never seen that you would like to see in the near future?

A lot of places. I love to travel and certainly the list is never-ending.


Monica Jain, MD, general surgery resident

Where did you grow up?

I grew up in Chandler, Arizona, a city in the Phoenix metropolitan area, aka the Valley of the Sun. Our summers were spent anywhere with air conditioning or in the pool, and the rest of the time we enjoyed the outdoors. I lived in the same neighborhood as my mother's entire extended family, so I'm very close to my grandparents, aunts/uncles and cousins.

Why did you decide to specialize in surgery?

I inherited my family's scientist genes, so I actually initially pursued a career in biomedical engineering. I eventually realized that no technology could ever replace a doctor's personal touch, and I decided to become a physician. Still, it was the essence of biomedical engineering, with its hands-on nature, immediate results and constant innovation, that drew me to a career in surgery.

How would your best friend describe you to someone who doesn't know you?

Someone who is always there for my friends and family.

What is the funniest thing a patient has ever said to you?

While discussing why the patient required a colostomy during her operation: "That's all fine (waving her hand dismissively). But you're telling me I never have to poop in a public bathroom ever again?"

Is there something or someplace you have never seen that you would like to see in the near future?

I would love to go on an African safari.

Cedars-Sinai Helps Test Therapy for Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a common chronic condition that often goes undiagnosed because people don't know they have the problem. Sleep apnea can be debilitating and life-threatening because not enough air reaches the lungs during sleep.

The Cedars-Sinai Sleep Apnea Treatment Center is taking part in a clinical trial to test a potential therapy for the most common form of the condition.

Management of sleep apnea can vary from lifestyle changes such as weight management and smoking cessation to using breathing devices such as continuous positive airway (CPAP) or having airway surgery.

There are several types of sleep apnea, but the most common is obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). In OSA the airway is collapsed or blocked during sleep, preventing air from getting to the lungs. The most noticeable sign is very loud snoring.

If left untreated, OSA can result in the patient developing depression, hypertension, heart failure, headaches and stroke, among other symptoms of chronic sleep deprivation. CPAP is usually the best treatment for OSA. Multiple studies have shown, however, that more than 45 percent of people who own CPAP machines do not comply and don't use them. So these patients' symptoms continue or get worse.

The Sleep Apnea Treatment Center, part of the Cedars-Sinai Sinus Center, is participating in a multicenter clinical trial of the ImThera Medical Targeted Hypoglossal Neurostimulator to evaluate the safety and efficacy of implantable therapy in patients who have moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea and who cannot use CPAP therapy. This sleep apnea implant stimulates the hypoglossal nerve and the tongue muscles it innervates. The technology is designed to increase the resting tone of these muscles and keeps the tongue out of the airway, resulting in unobstructed air flow to the lungs and reducing or eliminating sleep apnea.

On March 15, 2016, the first implantable device was surgically placed by Martin L. Hopp, MD, PhD, Daryoush Saadat, MD, David M. Alessi, MD, Robert O. Ruder, MD, and Raj Terkonda, MD. A sleeve was placed around the hypoglossal nerve of a 69-year-old male patient who could not tolerate the CPAP machine.

The surgery was about one hour. Intraoperatively, the patient did very well, and postoperative recovery was without any complications. The device is activated by the patient through a handheld remote control to start the therapy at bedtime and turn off therapy in the morning.

Updates as to how the clinical study is progressing will be made available.

Morgenstern Debate Tackles Physicians and Social Media

Leon Morgenstern, MD, was the founding director of Surgery at Cedars-Sinai. He died in 2012.

The 13th Annual Dr. Leon Morgenstern Great Debates in Clinical Medicine Resident Competition will convene Friday, June 3, at 8 a.m. in Harvey Morse Auditorium.

This year's topic is "Physicians and Social Media: Threat to Professionalism or an Essential Part of Contemporary Medical Practice?" Two residents will debate the topic, and a panel of judges will vote on the winner. The judges' vote will be complemented by audience keypad voting.

The winner will receive the Morgenstern Trophy and a cash prize.

Last year's event drew a standing-room-only crowd. The debate committee expects a similar response this year.

This one-hour event will anchor Cedars-Sinai's annual Founders Day.

Comments of questions about the Morgenstern Debate should be sent to Leo Gordon, MD, at leo.gordon@cshs.org.

Recognition for Alban, Sax, Danoff, Murrell, Soukiasian

Physician News

Rodrigo Alban, MD, (left) and Harry Sax, MD, at the meeting in Chicago

Alban, Sax Present Poster at ACHE Annual Meeting

Rodrigo Alban, MD, and Harry Sax, MD, presented a poster at the annual meeting of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). The poster was titled "Implementation of Lean Six Sigma Processes Decreases Excessive Use of Ancillary Resources in the SICU."

They made their presentation at the meeting in March in Chicago.

Alban is associate program director of the General Surgery Residency. Sax is executive vice chair of Surgery and president-elect of the Southern California Chapter of ACHE.

A PDF with more information about the presentation is at the college's website. ScienceDirect.com has the full text of the corresponding article.


Dudley Danoff, MD, spoke about male sexual health in an author talk at the Medical Library.

Danoff Discusses Book on Male Sexual Health

Before a standing-room-only crowd in the Medical Library, Dudley Danoff, MD, an attending surgeon in the Cedars-Sinai Department of Urology, discussed his newly published book, The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health.

At the March 17 talk, Danoff reviewed the evolution of his book, the problems in bringing it to market and the national response to its content.

Drawing comparisons and contrasts to the current women's healthcare movement, Danoff outlined issues in male sexual health. He reviewed issues surrounding prostate abnormalities in an aging male population.

The rising interest in male sexual health as a result of a youth-oriented culture was analyzed. The topic of male sexuality was explored through several clinical vignettes.

The Medical Library holds author receptions for staff members who have published a book.


Murrell Tells Parishioners About Risks of Colorectal Cancer

Zuri A. Murrell, MD, director of the Cedars-Sinai Colorectal Cancer Center, delivered a straightforward address to parishioners at 88th Temple Church of God in Christ in Los Angeles on March 20. He explained why African-Americans face a greater risk of colorectal cancer and what they can do to prevent it.

"Nobody should die of fear or embarrassment," Murrell told the crowd, referring to many adults' resistance to talking about the subject. He encouraged them to talk to their doctors about colonoscopies.

Colorectal cancer is the third-leading cause of cancer death among African-Americans, who are more likely than other populations to die within five years of their diagnoses. Murrell explained that African-Americans are less likely to receive preventive screenings, so they're often diagnosed with the disease in advanced stages, when fewer treatment options are available.

As a colorectal surgeon, Murrell devotes his time to spreading the word about colorectal cancer risk and the potentially lifesaving benefits of screening for the disease. He spoke with several parishioners after his Sunday talk, answering their questions and addressing their fears.


Soukiasian Featured in Wall Street Journal Article

A story in The Wall Street Journal about the causes of excessive sweating turned for expertise to Harmik J. Soukiasian, MD, who explained the condition and offers possible remedies.

Soukiasian is the chief of the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery.

CS-Link Central Has New Design, Easier Navigation

Take a few moments to check out the newly designed CS-Link Central — your source for CS-Link information and resources. The website now offers:

  • A fresh look and feel
  • Easier-to-use layout and navigation
  • Better search capabilities
  • Mobile-friendly functionality

Now you can more easily find what you're looking for, whether that's a job aid, training information (e.g., e-learning modules, course catalog) or the latest information about ongoing initiatives and upcoming enhancements.

Circle of Friends Honorees for March

The Circle of Friends program honored 354 people in March.

Circle of Friends allows grateful patients to make a donation in honor of the physicians, nurses, caregivers and others who have made a difference during their time at Cedars-Sinai. When a gift is made, the person being honored receives a custom lapel pin and a letter of acknowledgement.

Click here for more information about the program and for a list of past honorees.

  • Rachel Abuav, MD
  • Kenneth Adashek, MD
  • David E. Aftergood, MD
  • Keith L. Agre, MD
  • Michael J. Alexander, MD
  • Gloria M. Alvarado
  • Farin Amersi, MD
  • Rouhangiz "Roohi" Aminzadeh
  • Neel A. Anand, MD
  • Angela "Kitty" Anderson
  • Ronald M. Andiman, MD
  • John B. Andrews, MD
  • Jennifer T. Anger, MD, MPH
  • Arash Asher, MD
  • Laura G. Audell, MD, MS
  • David Austin, MD
  • Walid S. Ayoub, MD
  • Yalda Azarmehr, MD
  • Hyun W. Bae, MD
  • Esther Baik, MD
  • C. Noel Bairey Merz, MD
  • Mark Bamberger, MD
  • Babak R. Bamshad, MD
  • Siamak Barkhordarian, MD
  • Daniel A. Barreda
  • Leon I. Bender, MD
  • Peiman Berdjis, MD
  • Samuel A. Berkman, MD
  • Satinder J. Bhatia, MD
  • Anton J. Bilchik, MD
  • Adele H. Binder
  • Keith L. Black, MD
  • David William Bliss, MD
  • Mary Grace Brandon, RN, ACNP-BC
  • Kymechia Bridges, RN-C, BSN
  • Earl W. Brien, MD
  • Barry J. Brock, MD
  • Eileen G. Brown, OCN, RN
  • Miranda Bryant
  • Neil A. Buchbinder, MD
  • Matthew H. Bui, MD, PhD
  • Christiane Michele J. Burnison, MD
  • Karen K. Butterworth, MD
  • James L. Caplan, MD
  • Jeffrey F. Caren, MD
  • Ilana Cass, MD
  • Amanda Chaiumporn, RN
  • David H. Chang, MD
  • Dorrie Chang, MD
  • Kirk Y. Chang, MD
  • Cheryl G. Charles, MD
  • Timothy Charlton, MD
  • Yzhar Charuzi, MD
  • George Chaux, MD
  • Derek Cheng, MD
  • William W. Chow, MD
  • Ray M. Chu, MD
  • Andrew Chuang, MD
  • Alice P. Chung, MD
  • Arnold C. Cinman, MD
  • Paul Cohart, MD
  • Hart C. Cohen, MD
  • Martin Cooper, MD
  • Odelia B. Cooper, MD
  • Stephen T. Copen, MD
  • Stephen R. Corday, MD
  • Maria S. Corral
  • Alice C. Cruz, MD
  • Scott A. Cunneen, MD
  • Lawrence S. Czer, MD
  • Catherine M. Dang, MD
  • Dudley S. Danoff, MD
  • Hal C. Danzer, MD
  • Maria A. de Castro, MD
  • Robert W. Decker, MD
  • Stephen C. Deutsch, MD
  • Nicholas Di Domenico, MD
  • Alice R. Dick, MD
  • Suhail Dohad, MD
  • Dorothy Dorskind Levey
  • Noam Z. Drazin, MD
  • J. Kevin Drury, MD
  • Julie A. Dunhill, MD
  • Cheryl L. Dunnett, MD
  • Ali John Enayati, MD, MPH
  • Fardad Esmailian, MD
  • Claudia Espinoza, LVN
  • Richard Essner, MD
  • Jeremy A. Falk, MD
  • Stephanie Farrant, BSN, RN
  • Joel D. Feinstein, MD
  • Edward J. Feldman, MD
  • David E. Fermelia, MD
  • Marshal P. Fichman, MD
  • Eiman Firoozmand, MD
  • Charles A. Forscher, MD
  • Andrew L. Freedman, MD
  • Stuart Friedman, MD
  • David M. Frisch, MD
  • Larry Froch, MD
  • Philip K. Frykman, MD, PhD
  • Kristi M. Funk, MD
  • Viliam Furdik, MD
  • Ryan P. Galang, RN-BC
  • Steven S. Galen, MD
  • Donna Gallik, MD
  • Eli S. Gang, MD
  • Elayne K. Garber, MD
  • Avrom Gart, MD
  • Ivor L. Geft, MD
  • Alexander Gershman, MD
  • Sara Ghandehari, MD
  • Armando E. Giuliano, MD
  • Julian A. Gold, MD
  • Richard N. Gold, MD
  • Neil J. Goldberg, MD
  • Nancy S. Goldman, MD
  • Sherry L. Goldman, RN, NP
  • Cynthia E. Gomez
  • Jeffrey S. Goodman, MD
  • Martin N. Gordon, MD
  • Richard E. Gould, MD
  • Steven B. Graff-Radford, DDS
  • Stephen L. Graham, MD
  • Jeffrey R. Gramer, MD
  • Cristina M. Grasu, BSN, RN, PHN
  • Violette G. Gray, MD
  • Leland M. Green, MD
  • Lloyd B. Greig, MD
  • David S. Hallegua, MD
  • Solomon I. Hamburg, MD
  • Michele A. Hamilton, MD
  • John G. Harold, MD
  • Michael D. Harris, MD
  • Arman Hekmati, MD
  • Donald R. Henderson, MD, MPH
  • Andrew E. Hendifar, MD
  • Sally A. Herzog
  • David M. Hoffman, MD
  • Gary H. Hoffman, MD
  • William M. Hohl, MD
  • David D. Hopp, MD
  • Martin L. Hopp, MD
  • Gabriel E. Hunt Jr., MD
  • Griselda Islas, RN
  • Michelle Israel, MD
  • Jay A. Jensen, MD
  • Stanley C. Jordan, MD
  • Neel R. Joshi, MD
  • Saibal Kar, MD
  • Sheila Kar, MD
  • Sousan Karimi, MD
  • Beth Y. Karlan, MD
  • Scott R. Karlan, MD
  • Ronald P. Karlsberg, MD
  • David Kattan, MD
  • David Kawashiri, MD
  • Stephen P. Kay, MD
  • Ilan Kedan, MD, MPH
  • Juanita Keith, PSR
  • Tami Kendra-Romito
  • Walter F. Kerwin, MD
  • Raj Khandwalla, MD
  • Ali Khoynezhad, MD, PhD
  • Chae Young Kim, MD
  • Dennis H. Kim, MD
  • Elizabeth M. Kim, MD
  • Terrence T. Kim, MD
  • Jason A. Kirk, MD
  • Michelle M. Kittleson, MD, PhD
  • Robert Klapper, MD
  • Jon A. Kobashigawa, MD
  • Anita P. Kovacic, MD
  • Benjamin Kretzmann, MD
  • Michael A. Kropf, MD
  • Stuart H. Kuschner, MD
  • Babak Larian, MD
  • Gary E. Leach, MD
  • Frances Lee Aguilar, RN
  • Norman E. Lepor, MD
  • Roger L. Lerner, MD
  • Ronald S. Leuchter, MD
  • Michael M. Levine, MD
  • Andrew J. Li, MD
  • Daniel Lieber, MD
  • Michael C. Lill, MD
  • Yuliya Linhares, MD
  • David Liss, DPM
  • Simon K. Lo, MD
  • Joseph Loewy, MD
  • Rajendra Makkar, MD
  • Eve Louise Makoff, MD
  • Adam N. Mamelak, MD
  • Howard C. Mandel, MD
  • William J. Mandel, MD
  • Behnam David Massaband, DPM
  • Maya M. Mathew, MD
  • David N. Matsumura, MD
  • Philomena McAndrew, MD
  • Sharron L. Mee, MD
  • Farhad Melamed, MD
  • Gil Y. Melmed, MD, MS
  • Shlomo Melmed, MD
  • Edgar Mendoza
  • Tamar Meszaros, MD
  • Anne Meyer, MD
  • Stewart Middler, MD, PhD
  • Pascale R. Middleton, RN
  • Vladana Milisavljevic, MD
  • Becky J. Miller, MD
  • Eric S. Millstein, MD
  • Megan Mock, RN
  • Charles N. Moon, MD
  • Jaime D. Moriguchi, MD
  • Kyle K. Mosqueda
  • Yosef Y. Nasseri, MD
  • Ronald B. Natale, MD
  • Norman J. Nemoy, MD
  • Christopher Newell
  • Alan C. Newman, DDS
  • Gregg K. Nishi, MD
  • Nicholas N. Nissen, MD
  • Paul W. Noble, MD
  • Adrian G. Ostrzega, MD
  • Bozena Owens, BSN, RN
  • Guy D. Paiement, MD
  • Dorothy J. Park, MD
  • Jignesh K. Patel, MD, PhD
  • Harold T. Peart, MD
  • Susan Pekarovics, MD
  • Brad Penenberg, MD
  • Alice Peng, MD
  • Anne L. Peters, MD
  • Glenn B. Pfeffer, MD
  • Edward H. Phillips, MD
  • Mark Pimentel, MD
  • Terry E. Podell, MD
  • Charles Pollick, MD
  • Samuel J. Porter, MD
  • Lupita Rabago
  • Arun Ramachandran, MD
  • David S. Ramin, MD
  • Soroush A. Ramin, MD
  • Danny Ramzy, MD, PhD
  • Jon Rasak, MD
  • Alexandre Rasouli, MD
  • Ali Rezaie, MD
  • Dayle D. Robson, MD
  • Sepehr Rokhsar, MD
  • Robert M. Rose, MD
  • Barry E. Rosenbloom, MD
  • Karen A. Ross, RN
  • Eva Rozycki, BSN, RN
  • Jeremy D. Rudnick, MD
  • Jenna Rush, MSN, RN, CCTC
  • Ruth "Virginia" Russell, MD
  • Amy S. Rutman, MD
  • Colleen Ryan, MD
  • Stephen A. Sacks, MD
  • Katherine M. Salguero
  • Vivian L. Salle, RN
  • Tracy Salseth, ACNP-BC
  • Farzin Samadi, MD
  • Bruce A. Samuels, MD
  • Nancy A. San Antonio, RN
  • Sam Sanandaji, DPM, MD
  • Enrique Sanchez
  • Howard M. Sandler, MD, MS
  • Gregory P. Sarna, MD
  • Jay N. Schapira, MD
  • Kevin Scher, MD
  • Wouter I. Schievink, MD
  • Konrad H. Schlick, MD
  • Bahareh M. Schweiger, DO
  • Marcos N. Sebastian, RN
  • Scott Serden, MD
  • Prediman K. Shah, MD
  • Alan E. Shapiro, MD
  • Michael David Share, MD
  • Dinesh Sharma, MD
  • Michael M. Shehata, MD
  • Dean Sherzai, MD
  • Daniel Shouhed, MD
  • Ellen Shukhman, BSN, RN-BC
  • Nancy L. Sicotte, MD
  • Khawar M. Siddique, MD
  • Robert J. Siegel, MD
  • Allan W. Silberman, MD, PhD
  • Alan G. Silverman, MD
  • Amanuel Sima, MD
  • Cristina Simons, RN
  • Steven M. Simons, MD
  • Haley L. Sims Saunders, RN
  • R. Kendrick "Ken" Slate, MD
  • Enrique Slodownik, MD
  • Alejandro Sloninsky, MD
  • Jason Snibbe, MD
  • Thomas P. Sokol, MD
  • Stephanie Sorak, RN
  • Andrew Ira Spitzer, MD
  • Jasminka Stegic, MS, ANP-BC, CCRN
  • Jay J. Stein, MD
  • Theodore N. Stein, MD
  • Jerrold H. Steiner, MD
  • Daniel J. Stone, MD, MPH, MBA
  • Leslie Stricke, MD
  • Mabel A. Stringfellow
  • Eric R. Sue, MD
  • Ronald Sue, MD
  • Vinay Sundaram, MD
  • Charles D. Swerdlow, MD
  • Nicholas R. Szumski, MD
  • Steven W. Tabak, MD
  • Ping "Alison" S. Tan, RN
  • David B. Thordarson, MD
  • Tram T. Tran, MD
  • Alfredo Trento, MD
  • Diane M. Tryciecky, RN
  • Timothy Tsui, MD
  • Gregory Tsushima, MD
  • Richard Tuli, MD, PhD
  • Kirk M. Uomoto, MD
  • Mark K. Urman, MD
  • Leticia O. Uy, RN, OCN
  • Michael B. Van Scoy-Mosher, MD
  • Eric Vasiliauskas, MD
  • Marina Vaysburd, MD
  • Angela Velleca, BSN, RN, CCTC
  • Swamy R. Venuturupalli, MD
  • Robert A. Vescio, MD
  • Carl Violano, MD
  • Andrei Vlad
  • Olga Voroshilovsky, MD
  • Andrew S. Wachtel, MD
  • Willis Wagner, MD
  • Daniel J. Wallace, MD
  • Deborah Wallach
  • Christine S. Walsh, MD
  • Xunzhang Wang, MD
  • Alan Weinberger, MD
  • Jonathan M. Weiner, MD
  • Michael H. Weisman, MD
  • Jeffrey C. Wertheimer, PhD
  • Donald A. Wiss, MD
  • Robert N. Wolfe, MD
  • Edward M. Wolin, MD
  • Paige Woodward, NP
  • Philip A. Yalowitz, MD
  • Clement C. Yang, MD
  • Michael C. Yang, MD
  • Payam R. Yashar, MD
  • John S. Yu, MD
  • Raymond Zimmer, MD
  • Zachary Zumsteg, MD