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Monday, April 6, 2015

Texans Rule National Orthopedic Association

Led by its new president and board chair — David Teuscher, MD, of Beaumont — the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ (AAOS’) leadership is packed with Texans. David Mansfield, MD, of El Paso is chair of the Board of Councilors; Howard Epps, MD, of Houston is an at-large member of the Board of Directors; retired Dallas businessman Ken Sowards (father of a third-year Texas medical student) is a lay member of the Board of Directors; Kevin Bozic, MD, who is moving from San Francisco to be the inaugural chair of the Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care, and a professor of orthopedic surgery at the Dell Medical School in Austin, is chair of the AAOS Council on Research and Quality; and John Gill, MD, of Dallas will chair the Orthopaedic PAC.


Mike Lintro said...

Having an association that consists of orthopedic surgeons sounds like a good idea. Being able to go to any orthopedic surgeon, and know that he is part of this association really verifies that he will do a good job. Certifications and things like this are some of the best ways to find out how good a surgeon actually is. Word of mouth also goes a long way in any field. Not just when trying to find a doctor. http://www.princetonorthopaedic.com

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