“Actually, I’ve participated in almost every Baker Gordon Symposium since 1973 when I was a general surgery resident at Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami. Over the years I have come to realize how incredibly valuable these symposia have been to me. The closed circuit televised surgical procedures, done by the recognized authorities and experts in each field, have proven to be an invaluable part of my continuing education and “refinement of my craft”. I’ve incorporated many of the techniques observed and ideas learned into my own surgery and practice. The lectures and discussions have always been clear, informative and lively. Of course, the relaxed, friendly setting, and the chance to meet and socialize with the “experts”, colleagues, and long-time friends also contributes tremendously to the overall experience and enjoyment. I can honestly say that the Baker Gordon Symposia I have attended over these past thirty plus years have been the single greatest educational resource to me in my practice. I look forward to this 50th Baker Gordon Symposia, and many more in the future.
With my deepest thanks and appreciation to Dr. Baker, Dr. Gordon, Dr. Stuzin and their truly amazing staff, very sincerely,”