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August Member Spotlight - Dr. Jose Pimiento

   Jose Pimiento, MD, FACS    Surgical Oncologist at Moffitt Cancer Center    Medical Director of Surgical Inpatient Services    Chair, FCACS Surgical Education Committee    Tampa, FL   What is the best part of your... more

Donate Today: Support the Florida Surgical Community

These are absolutely uncertain times. COVID-19 has impacted us all. Along with our families, and our practice, COVID-19 is taking its toll on every part of society, and this includes the surgical community reflected by your Florida Chapter. Despite being a leading chapter of the American College of... more

July Member Spotlight - Dr. Rohan Joseph

   Rohan Joseph, MD, FCACS    Director of the Cancer Center at  Capital Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee    Clinical Assistant Professor at Florida State University    FCACS Councilor, CoA 2    Chair, FCACS Advocacy Committee   What... more

Commission on Cancer: Pathways to Care

  The FCACS Commission on Cancer Committee has launched a new educational resource for members to view highlighting different types of cancer treatment given by experts in the field. These videos can be found on the FL Chapter Website under the Resources Tab. Join Bharti Jasra,... more

July President's Message

July President's Message Dr. Jay Redan provides updates on the ACS Clinical Congress, Mentoring Program, Clinical Corner Spotlight, and Virtual Solutions Center!  

June President's Message

Dr. Jay Redan shares his goals as President of the FCACS for 2020-2021.

ACS Shares Post-COVID-19 Readiness Checklist for Resuming Surgery

Material from the American College of Surgeons As many states have approved the resumption of elective surgery, we understand patients may have questions and specific uncertainties about the safety of undergoing elective operations in hospitals, regardless of whether... more

Congratulations to our 2020 Abstract & Case Competition Winners

The Florida Chapter, American College of Surgeons held its first-ever Virtual Annual Meeting on May 2, 2020. This year, the Florida Chapter received 9 Basic Science, 41 Clinical Science, and 9 Commission on Cancer submissions. This morning, our top Basic Science and Clinical Science abstracts... more