From left, orthopaedic resident Kofi Agyeman, M.D., and Motasem Al Maaieh, M.D., assistant professor of clinical orthopaedics, demonstrate one of the electronic exam tables that can be raised or lowered, making for a more comfortable experience for patients who suffer from hip-related ailments. Video & Photo Gallery

Generous Gift Leads to Renovations in Orthopaedic Suite at University of Miami Hospital

Thanks to the generosity of a prominent South Florida family, patients visiting the orthopaedic outpatient suite at the University of Miami Hospital will now find enhanced clinical care in the exam rooms and a modernized look in the waiting area. The renovations to Suite 2, located on the hospital’s first floor, are courtesy of a $100,000 gift made by University of Miami supporters, Hedy (B.B.A. ’87) and Daniel Whitebook.

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From left, Lourdes Barquin, RN, Anne E. Burdick, M.D., Luc Pierre Quinson and Marie Quinson.

Order of St. Lazarus Makes Gift to Leprosy Program

Hansen’s disease, or leprosy, as it is commonly known, is one of the oldest and most misunderstood diseases in recorded history. Thanks to the generosity of The Military and Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem, patients battling the illness can now receive financial help to help offset the expense of traveling for medical care.

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Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado presents proclamation to Kathleen Schrank, M.D., as Miami Fire Chief Joseph Zahralban applauds. Video & Photo Gallery

City of Miami Honors Dr. Kathleen Schrank with a Special ‘Day’

June 22 was declared “Dr. Kathleen Schrank Day” by the City of Miami in recognition of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine emergency physician’s 30-year tenure as medical director of Miami Fire-Rescue Emergency Medical Service — a position from which she will retire on July 1.

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Volunteer physicians and medical students in the Galapagos islands. Video

UM Medical Team Brings Life-Changing Eye Care to Remote Galapagos Island

It all started with a conversation between University of Miami Provost Thomas LeBlanc and Dr. Richard Lee of Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at a Faculty Senate event. The provost told Dr. Lee about an amazing experience he had had visiting a UM undergraduate program on Isabela Island in the Galapagos. He urged Lee to visit the island during a planned trip to Guayaquil to speak at an educational meeting.

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Her recovery has allowed Donna Robinson to travel and celebrate her good health. Video

A Cancer Survivor’s Story: ‘Incurable’ Meets Its Match

In 2014, Donna Robinson had a routine colonoscopy. During the procedure, the physician detected a small mass. Two days later, on her 58th birthday, she received the bad news. The small mass was actually part of a very large mass that had grown through the wall of her intestine and into other locations in her abdomen. It was locally advanced pancreatic cancer, she was told — inoperable and incurable.

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