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Dr. Mark Burlingame reaches ‘great milestone’

Cardiothoracic surgeon recognized for placing more than 1,000 aortic and mitral valve implants since 1985.

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Two physicians elected to Medical Executive Committee

Orthopedist Paul Carroll and OB-GYN John Eichenlaub will serve on committee.

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Trauma surgeon: Lancaster County sees too much gun violence

In Sunday LNP op-ed, Dr. Chet Morrison calls for stronger law enforcement, more research and innovative programs to fight “assault on public health.”

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‘The most gracious, grateful group of patients I’ve ever encountered’

Surgeons recall the challenges and rewards of medical mission trips to impoverished areas of Honduras.

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Obituary: Dr. Ralph B. Carruthers served the Columbia community for a half-century

Family physician, also a past member of the LGH Board of Trustees, remembered for always putting patients first.

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Dr. Peter J. Ross named president of the Pennsylvania Academy of Pediatric Dentistry

Also: In LNP interview, dentist reflects on his 30 years in practice at Lancaster Pediatric Dental Associates.

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Dr. James Kelly works to engage physicians in Lancaster City & County Medical Society

Current president says many physicians don’t know much about the society or the benefits of membership.

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Dr. Karen Rizzo reflects on her term as President of the Pennsylvania Medical Society

Recent speech reviews the highlights of her tenure and looks to PA MED’s future.

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Foursome emerges victorious in hard-fought Doctors Cup tournament (Photo gallery)

Nine of 10 teams finished within five strokes of each other at the 13th annual golf tournament.

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