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Congratulations to Dr. John Kortbeek as the first recipient of Dr. Charles Burns TAC Board Recognition Award

26 Jan 2016 14:18 | Anonymous

John B. Kortbeek MD is a graduate of the University of Alberta. He completed a transitional residency at St. Thomas Hospital , Akron Ohio and a General Surgery residency at the University of Calgary . He trained as a critical care fellow at the University of Calgary and as a Trauma fellow at Carraway Methodist Medical Centre. He has held an appointment at the University of Calgary since 1991 and is currently a Professor in the Departments of Surgery and Critical Care.

Dr. Kortbeek has served as regional Trauma Services Director for Calgary as well as director of the Intensive Care unit at the Foothills Medical Centre. Current administrative roles include Head of the Department of Surgery for the University of Calgary and for the Calgary Zone, Alberta Health Services & co-chair of the Alberta Surgical Strategic Clinical Network. He has been an active member of many surgical and trauma organizations. Dr Kortbeek is a recipient of the American College of Surgeon’s Committee on Trauma Meritorious Achievement Award. He has previously served as President of the Trauma Association of Canada as well as Chair of the Advanced Trauma Life Support subcommittee of the American College of Surgeon’s Committee on Trauma. He served as a Governor for the American College of Surgeons until October 2015.

Read here about the Dr. Charles Burns TAC Recognition Award

Job Opportunity-General Surgeon, Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

The Reginal Qu'Appelle Health Region is seeking a General Surgeon to join its Department of Surgery, Section of General Surgery, in Regina Saskatchewan. Read more below

General Surgeon Apr-2017.pdf

 

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