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surgeon

1. a medical practioner who specializes in surgery
2. a medical officer in the Royal Navy
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A colorectal surgeon sees a steady parade of primary care referrals for surgical evaluation of haemorrhoids.
The keynote address was "Patient Experience: It is not about making people happy" and was presented by James Merlino, MD (author of Service Fanatics: How to Build Superior Patient Experience the Cleveland Clinic Way), who is former Chief Experience Officer and colorectal surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic and currently President and Chief Medical Officer, Strategic Consulting at Press Ganey.
Dr Mohamed Abunada, lead colorectal surgeon at HMC, said:"Environmental conditions, family history, and diet are among the major factors that can lead to colorectal disease.
A jury heard he had lied about his medical experience to land a PS100,000-a-year job as a consultant colorectal surgeon after being interviewed by a selection panel at the trust.
(https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/01/05/confidential-deals-can-obscure-sexual-misconduct-allegations-against-doctors-alleged-rape-doctors/868921001/) USA Today reported that Ryan Williams, a colorectal surgeon - who was previously employed with the Clinic - was accused of anally raping two women during medical procedures in 2008 and 2009.
Organised by colorectal surgeon Dr Gordon Klatt, the first ever event raised $27,000 for his local cancer charity but since then has gone on to become the largest fund-raising event for cancer in the world.
-- As a colorectal surgeon, Michelle Cowan, MD, sees a steady parade of primary care referrals for surgical evaluation of hemorrhoids.
Mohamed Abunada, Lead Colorectal Surgeon at HMC and Chairman of the Conference, colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in Qatar and a leading cause of cancer-related deaths in both men and women in the country.
They have led the 15-month pilot, which started last September, along with consultant general and colorectal surgeon Barry Appleton and surgical care practitioner Nicola Bayliss.
"We need to explore different ways of stitching the bowel together," says Shafi Ahmed, a consultant colorectal surgeon and a spokesman for the Royal College of Surgeons.

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