13 spine surgeons on the move in September

Alan Condon -   Print  |

From incoming presidents at professional societies to medical directors of spine programs, here are 13 spine and neurosurgeons who accepted new roles in September.

Contact Alan Condon at acondon@beckershealthcare.com to add a surgeon move to this list.

1. Detroit Medical Center hired Sonia Eden, MD, as chief of neurosurgery at DMC Harper University Hospital.

2. The Georgia Neurosurgical Society appointed John Cowan, MD, president.

3. Brian Hoh, MD, became president of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.

4. Gelareh Zadeh, MD, PhD, became the first female neurosurgery chair in Canada, assuming the role of chair of neurosurgery at the University of Toronto.

5. Munster, Ind.-based Community Healthcare System onboarded Venkat Kavuri, MD.

6. Georgia Bone & Joint, with locations in Newnan and Peachtree City, hired David Love, MD

7. Robert Heary, MD, was appointed medical director of Montclair, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridian Mountainside Medical Center's spine program.

8. New York City-based NewYork-Presbyterian Queens named John Park, MD, chief of neurological surgery. 

9. Atlantis, Fla.-based JFK Medical Center appointed Raymond Golish, MD, PhD, CMO.

10. Auburn (N.Y.) Community Hospital welcomed Daryll Dykes, MD, PhD.

11. Fadi Sweiss, MD, joined the surgical team at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

12. Cuyuna Regional Medical Center - Crosby (Minn.) recruited James Stokman, MD, to begin a practice as the area's only spine surgeon.

13. David Prior, MD, joined Hartsville, S.C.-based Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center.

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