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Press Conference Update on International Patient

In April a team of LSU Health Shreveport surgeons performed surgery on a 9-year-old Palestinian boy to correct a rare oblique facial cleft and hypertelorism. Click here to see more on how the patient is doing today.

Content for June 15, 2018
Press Conference Update on International Patient
Happening Today
Lecture by Dr. John Kirwan
Drew Mouton On Campus
Bookstore Inventory Sale
GHHS June Student of the Month
DVDs for Children’s Hospital
Parking Reminder
Scrub Sale
Eid Celebration
Dr. McCulloch Retirement Celebration
Dr. Griffen Retirement Celebration
Blood Donors Needed
On The Inside Submissions
Grand Rounds
In the News
Click for Job Postings

Happening Today

  • Abramson Visiting Professor in Room 3-322, until noon, Lecture at 11am by Gary L. Dunnington, MD: Measuring and Improving Performance in Surgical Skills Training


Lecture by Dr. John Kirwan


Drew Mouton On Campus


Bookstore Inventory Sale


GHHS June Student of the Month

The GHHS June Student of the Month is Meagan Tinsley! Throughout her first year of medical school, she has continuously been a positive light to her professors and classmates. She has spent numerous hours working to better other’s perspectives toward not only the patients but also to professors as well. Her peers say “She is the one that anyone can count on to always make the right decision and is extremely dependable.” Congratulations, Meagan!


DVDs for Children’s Hospital

The University Health Children’s Hospital is in need of DVDs, movies rated G and PG for ages 2-18. Please place DVDs in the box outside of Lisa Babin and Megan Strecker’s office (1st floor of the medical school building across from the cashier's window.)


Parking Reminder

There are many unauthorized vehicles parking in reserved lots. Please remember that it is mandatory for all personnel to have their access badges to enter parking lots. Beginning July 1, anyone without a badge who attempts to enter a parking lot via intercom request will be denied entrance. Thank you for your understanding and continued efforts to keep our campus safe.


Scrub Sale

Contact: aalex8@lsuhsc.edu

What is a Doctor without scrubs? Especially monogrammed scrubs? Scrubs are one of the best gifts to purchase during medical residency and now you can get a set for only $20-$30, depending on the style! Choose any style, color, and text – the choice is yours.

Buy your scrub set(s) today. Please submit your order here: Scrub Sale Order Sheet 2018

All orders and payments are due during Orientation Meeting on June 26 from 12-3pm in Room 3-405 of the Medical School. If you have any questions please email fmscrubsforacause@gmail.com or aalex8@lsuhsc.edu.


Eid Celebration

The Office of Diversity Affairs will be hosting an Eid Celebration on Tuesday, June 19 from 12-2pm in the Zadeck Conference Center, Room G-221.

Eid, a Muslim religious festival, is the first and only day in the month of Shawwal during which Muslims are not permitted to fast. The holiday celebrates the conclusion of the 29 or 30 days of dawn-to-sunset fasting during the entire month of Ramadan.


Dr. McCulloch Retirement Celebration


Dr. Griffen Retirement Celebration


Blood Donors Needed


On The Inside Submissions

Contact: mstrec@lsuhsc.edu

On The Inside shares the great work and achievements of LSU Health Shreveport faculty and students, including Honors and Appointments, outreach (local, national and international), presentations, publications, poster presentations, and meetings attended or moderated. Please submit your news to Megan Strecker at mstrec@lsuhsc.edu, or to shvcommunications@lsuhsc.edu by June 29.


Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds recordings on the LSU Health Shreveport website are for informational purposes only and not for Continuing Medical Education credit.


In the News

Contact: shvcommunications@lsuhsc.edu

  • Dr. Yetman spoke with KMSS FOX 33 about suicide rates on the rise, suicide warning signs to look for, and why to take someone with suicidal thoughts seriously.
  • KTAL highlighted the story of a patient who received the first convergent procedure to treat Atrial Fibrillation, performed by Dr. Dominic.
  • KTBS spoke with Dr. Burton about recent findings from the Trial Assigning Individualized Options for Treatment (Rx), or TAILORx, study and why clinical trials are important.

Click for Job Postings

Open positions at LSU Health Shreveport are posted every Monday and Wednesday and remain open seven days. For a look at this week's postings, click the link below or check out the job boards in the Administration Building.

www.lsuhscshreveport.edu/jobs



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