James Harris, MD is the newest member of the Affiliated Pathologists Medical Group Board of Directors. Dr. Harris will represent the Good Samaritan-Hollywood Presbyterian axis. He joins Doctors Meredith Peake (President), Alessandro DeVito, Vivian Mendoza, Boris Skyar, Thomas Hirose, and Kelli Chase. Dr. Harris is currently medical director of hematology at Pathology, Inc.
On September 17th, Dr. Moore participated in the Providence event “Doctors on Call”. A select few physicians and surgeons were invited to participate in this call-in program in partnership with CBS channel 2 and KCAL channel 9. The phone lines were open for 2 hours for people to call in and ask questions on prostate and breast cancer. You can view a video and photographs from the event here.
In continuation of decades of practice experience in the digital realm of pathology, Dr. Eric Glassy, distinguished APMG pathologist, was chosen as a keynote speaker for the 2014 International Academy of Pathology (IAP) Congress in Bangkok, Thailand. This meeting runs from October 5th through October 10th.
Of note, the Congress of the International IAP as the key meeting place for not only pathologists, but all medical personnel from all over the world. The Congress serves as an international exhibition showcasing a massive diversity of learning experiences, products, services and technology. The congress includes exceptional scientific programs and workshops presented by world-class speakers and experts in this field, including Dr. Glassy. Read More…
Dr. Thomas Hirose, Transfusion Medicine Specialist for APMG, Presented at American Red Cross Fall 2014 Seminar
APMG pathologist and transfusion medicine specialist Dr. Thomas G. Hirose will present at the American Red Cross Fall 2014 Community Education Program in Long Beach, CA. His presentation will cover essential concepts in Practical Hemostasis and Thrombosis for the CLS Case Studies in Coagulation. Given the sheer number of patients undergoing blood transfusions each day, an understanding of hemostasis and thrombosis is absolutely vital in healthcare; don’t miss this learning opportunity for all healthcare staff on October 9th, 2014, at the VA (Veterans Administration) Center in Long Beach... See the link below for more details. Read More…
The College of American Pathologists (CAP) recognized Eric F. Glassy, APMG Pathologist, with its Excellence in Education Award at CAP ’14, “The Pathologists’ Meeting,” in Chicago, IL. According to CAP President Gene N. Herbek, MD, FCAP: “We are pleased to honor Dr. Glassy for his expertise and significant contributions to CAP Learning, CAP Press publications and education across our organization.” Read More…