COVID-19 Safety Policies:
The health and safety of our attendees, industry partners, staff, and guests, as well as our members' patients, is our highest priority. As we continue to move forward in the "new normal" of our times, the Eastern Cardiothoracic Surgical Society is working closely with the Eau Palm Beach to ensure that our October Annual Meeting complies with all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended safety guidelines for events, state of Florida and city of Manalapan guidelines, and is in full alignment with the Eau Palm Beach "Stay Safe Program”. Please visit our COVID-19 Safety Policies page to learn more.
Earlier this year, the Eastern Cardiothoracic Surgical Society (ECTSS) is highlighting black Americans who were pioneers in the medical field and our specialty.
Dr. Charles Richard Drew
Dr. Daniel Hale Williams III
Dr. Vivien Theodore Thomas
Dear ECTSS Members,
The recent events across the country have magnified long-standing issues that have plagued the black community as well as our cardiothoracic surgeons and patients of color to various degrees.
The Eastern Cardiothoracic Surgical Society (ECTSS) stands in solidarity with the black community against acts of racism and violence.
The ECTSS is intimately aware of the disparities that exist both within education and among patient care. The ECTSS pledges to work diligently to help eliminate these social injustices that have affected our country. The ECTSS also stands with the students, trainees, colleagues, and members of color as we navigate these challenging times.
|The ECTSS Executive Officers:
President, Eric J. Lehr, MD, PhD
Vice President, Sharon Ben-Or, MD
Treasurer, Doraid Jarrar, MD
Secretary, Africa F. Wallace, MD
Immediate Past President, Faiz Y. Bhora, MD
|Standards & Ethics Committee Members:
Benjamin Haithcock, MD
Scott M. Goldman, MD
T. Sloane Guy, MD, MBA
John P. Nabagiez, MD
Roman V. Petrov, MD
Michael C. Sinclair, MD
Darryl S. Weiman, MD, JD
October 6-9, 2021
The Eastern Cardiothoracic Surgical Society was founded in 1963. Our mission is to encourage and stimulate investigation and study that will increase the knowledge of intrathoracic physiology, pathology, and therapy.