News Release: Hamilton, Bermuda – Medical professionals and members of the public are invited to take part in the annual CME Conference, focusing on medicine for a new decade.
Colonial Group International sponsors this event every year. The physicians and health professional’s seminar will take place at the Hamilton Princess, on Saturday, January 25.
It is being hosted by the Bermuda Heart Foundation and will feature talks by medical experts from New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Naz Farrow, Colonial’s CEO said: “This is a very important event as it helps health professionals keep up to date with some of the latest developments in medicine.”
Heart Foundation CEO Simone Barton added: “We are extremely fortunate to have experts from New York Presbyterian Hospital, one of the foremost hospitals in the US.
“As well as hearing from very distinguished doctors, health professionals attending this event will also be able to earn Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits.”
Speakers include Dr Pokala Ravi Kiran, a leader in Colorectal Surgery, Dr Evelyn Granleri who specialises in Geriatrics, Dr Christopher Irobunda, an expert in Cardiology, Dr Paul Lee, who specialises in Internal Medicine, Dr David Serur, an expert in Nephrology, Dr Jai Radhakrishnan, who specialises in Nephrology and Dr Marc Bessler, a leader in Bariatric Surgery.
The CME ‘Future of Medicine’ series enables local medical professionals to earn up to 15 credits to fulfil their annual education requirements.
The conference takes place on Saturday, January 25 at Hamilton Princess starting at 8am. To register call The Bermuda Heart Foundation at 232-2673 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.