March. Spring. It's a time for growth and new ideas. Join us for the spring semester of our new educational series. This program offers insight into the world of medicine with overviews of common conditions for people with non-medical backgrounds.
Wednesday, March 13
Noble Conference Center
Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD)
Causes, Symptoms and Treatments
Orthopedic Surgeon Paul Sethi, MD, discusses DJD, also known as osteoarthritis. DJD affects one in three Americans over age 65. In this interactive seminar, you'll hear the latest research and get the newest information on surgical and nonsurgical treatments. Learn more. FREE.
April 10 Seminar: Diabetes
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Read more and join us for this special event:
Risk, Screening and Prevention of Colorectal Cancer
Monday, Mar 18
Hyde Conference Room
Gastroenterologist Neal Schamberg, MD, talks about the value of colonoscopy screenings, and the detection and removal of polyps. Learn more. FREE.
In March the I Can Cope cancer series for patients and their families will cover these topics: Managing the Effects of Illness and Treatment with Oncologist Beverly Drucker, MD, Nutrition and Cancer with Oncologist Barry Boyd, MD, and Mobilizing Resources and Support with Oncology Chaplain Judy Holding, MAR. Learn more. FREE.
Yale-New Haven's new Smilow Cancer Hospital - Greenwich Hospital Campus is now open. This allows Yale Cancer Center specialists to work collaboratively with leading oncologists and specialists from Greenwich in the hospital's advanced and newly renovated facilities. Read more.
Are you planning to have surgery at Greenwich Hospital? Knowledge is power. Find out what to expect at these weekly sessions for anyone scheduled for general surgery or joint replacement surgery. FREE.
Are you looking for a specialist? A new primary care physician? You can Find a Doctor on our website with information about services offered, locations, and which types of insurance are accepted.