Stuart Davidson, MD, was named chief medical officer of Mount Desert Island Hospital in Bar Harbor, Maine. Dr. Davidson assumes this role from Edward Glimore, MD, who retired in May after 46 years, according to Bangor Daily News.

Ara Deukmedjian, MD, of Deuk Spine Institute in Melbourne, Fla., was selected to be among the first neurosurgeons included in the Expert Network. Deuk Spine Institute was also selected as the first Spine Center of Excellence in the world by Johnson & Johnson.

Torrance (Cal.) Medical Center will fund two new medical institutes for South Bay, Cal., residents with a $32 million donation from Richard and Melanie Lundquist, according to Daily Breeze. Mr. and Ms. Lundquist are community members who began donating to the hospital when Ms. Lundquist started volunteering there11 years ago.

Here are six spine surgeons in the news this week.

Here are five orthopedic surgeons in the news this week.

Lisa K. Cannada, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon and associate professor of orthopedic traumatology at Saint Louis University School of Medicine.

Carmina F. Angeles, MD, is a spine surgeon at The NeuroSpine Institute in Eugene, Ore.

  • Dr. Joseph Hance to retire: 4 key notes

    Written by Laura Dyrda | Friday, 16 June 2017 11:16
  • Joseph Hance, MD, will retire from Bay Street Orthopedics, according to a Petoskey News report.

    Christopher Jobe, MD, is joining the Oroville Orthopedic Group, according to an Oroville MR report.

    Techniques in Orthopaedics published an article examining MiMedx Group's dehydrated human aminon/chorion membrane allografts for orthopedic applications.

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