Johns Hopkins Doctors Share Their Knowledge press release reaffirms the institution’s commitment to establishing a standard of excellence in medical education.
On April 5th in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Dr. Ali Bydon, co-Director of Neurosurgery Medical Student Education and professor of Neurosurgery; and Dr. Anthony Nicholas Kalloo, M.D., M.B.B.S., shared the latest innovations in the diagnosis and treatment of complex medical conditions.
Also, Dr. Kathy DeRuggiero D.N.P., R.N., Vice president of patient services for Johns Hopkins Medicine International, supported the entity’s promise of academic medicine, comprised of medical education, research, and clinical care.
Dr. Deruggiero is a featured speaker at the 4th International Health and Wellness Tourism Congress in Santo Domingo, this upcoming September.
She tags along with health representatives from top hospitals in the United States, accreditation institutions, second opinion companies, global leaders, and local private and public sector figures.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital, founded in 1889, and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, created four years before, constitute Johns Hopkins Medicine, one of the world’s premier, integrated health systems.
Full article about the event: John Hopkins Medicine: Committed to Academics and Innovation
Here is the translation of the press release, published by the Johns Hopkins Medicine media:
Johns Hopkins Doctors Share Their Knowledge
Health and advances in medicine were the central themes in the evening organized by Johns Hopkins Medicine International, last Thursday, April 5 at the Hotel El Embajador in Santo Domingo.
The distinguished doctors of Johns Hopkins Medicine, the neurosurgeon Ali Bydon, M.D. and the gastroenterologist Anthony Kalloo, M.D., M.B.B.S., were the main speakers of the evening in which they shared the latest innovations in the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions complex
The reception was attended by a large group of doctors, businessmen and recognized
representatives from the health sector.
The mission of Johns Hopkins Medicine is to improve the health of the community and the world by establishing a standard of excellence in medical education, research, and clinical care.
Collaboration and exchange of knowledge are vital elements that make this mission possible, as well as supporting the Dominican people to have access to the best medical care when they need it.