Upcoming Course

December Seminar

Thursday, December 5, 2019 | 6pm - 9pm

A View from Both Sides of the Knife: A Surgeon's Look at Medicine Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow from a Patient's Perspective
Dr. John Martin

Double Tree Annapolis
210 Holiday Court, Annapolis, MD 21401

Cost for staff is $45; cost for non-member dentist is $75.  Guests are encouraged to attend and pay nothing for their first seminar; subsequent seminars cost $45.

About The Seminar

ABOUT THE COURSE

Through the prism of a surgical career that has spanned nearly four decades, and culminated by an experience as a patient, Dr. Martin will explore the evolution of medical practice and technology throughout those periods of time. This course will also provide a window into the future by demonstrating two exciting new breakthroughs that are poised to change healthcare.


ABOUT THE SPEAKER

John Martin, MD, is an experienced vascular surgeon and has held board certification in vascular surgery, general surgery and surgical critical care. He received an MBA from the Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins and has served in multiple leadership roles including Chief of Heart and Vascular Services at Anne Arundel Medical Center, President, Cardiology Associates, and the VP of Physician Operations for MedStar Medical Group. 

He recently assumed the role of Chief Medical Officer for Butterfly Network and Hyperfine Research, two start-up companies with transformative imaging and artificial intelligence technologies. He has authored numerous peer reviewed articles and chapters, holds several device patents, developed medical software, participated in pivotal drug and device trials and served in an advisory capacity to multiple medical device companies. He has spoken nationally and internationally on a broad range of topics including vascular surgery, business and leadership development and the subject he is most passionate about, cardiovascular screening. He hosted a popular community talk show at Anne Arundel Medical Center, Docs Talk. He founded the not-for-profit Heart Health Foundation and created the largest continuous free cardiovascular screening program in the country,-Dare to CARE in 1999 which now has multiple sites nationally and internationally.

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RSVP FOR THIS SEMINAR BY DECEMBER 4th

Please RSVP for this seminar by December 4th at aacds@fatcat-studios.com.