CONFERENCE OVERVIEW: Inova’s Team Approach Limb Preservation Symposium: Advances in Wound Healing and Revascularization
Friday, Sept. 30 – Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022
Join us for our two-day multidisciplinary wound care and limb preservation symposium. The didactic conference is designed for clinicians, nurses and surgeons, particularly those who diagnose and manage patients with complex wounds, lower extremity revascularization and potential risk of limb loss. It will focus on the practical and advanced aspects of improved collaboration and patient care.
This conference will be in-person only.
Cardiology Grand Rounds: The Inova Dudley Family Center Visiting Professor Series
- Usually held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month
- Target audience: Members of the medical staff (all sub-specialties, medical residents and students)
- Lecture from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
- This is a CME Accredited Program
Detailed information will be posted here prior to each event.
Albert D. Sam II, MD, MMM, FACSImpact of an Office-Based Laboratory (OBL) on a Health System-Based Vascular Surgery Practice
Tuesday, August 9, 2022
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
- Discuss pros and cons of an OBL
- Review current trends regarding OBLs
- Review rationale for system- based OBLs
This is a CME Accredited Program.
Dr. Albert Sam is a vascular surgeon at Inova Heart and Vascular Institute. Prior to joining Inova, he was in private practice in Middletown, CT, and was the Founder and Director of Middlesex Health's multidisciplinary limb preservation program.
After completing a vascular and endovascular surgery fellowship, he entered private practice in Baton Rouge, LA, where he served as the Chief of Vascular Surgery at Baton Rouge General Hospital. He joined Tulane Medical School as an Associate Professor of Surgery and Chief of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at the Tulane Heart & Vascular Institute in New Orleans. During this time, he served as Tulane's board Chair of the Gulf South Quality Network – a clinically integrated, population health-centered, physician network of nine member hospitals and 1,600 physicians in Louisiana overseeing processes to improve quality and safety.
In addition to becoming one of the first physicians nationally to be board certified in general surgery, vascular surgery and endovascular medicine, he has served as a principal investigator for numerous national and international vascular clinical trials, including the NIH stroke trials CREST and CREST-2.