ANNUAL MEETING - RESCHEDULED!
May 11-12, 2018 - Indian wells, CA

NEW Program for May 2018

Note the program is subject to change. Updated April 20, 2018

Thank you for your patience as we sort through the myriad of details associated with not being able to hold the meeting in January in Santa Barbara.

In a commitment to fulfill the Chapter's obligation to all of the authors who worked so hard preparing to present their work, but were unable to because of the Montecito mudslides, the Chapter's Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the meeting will now take place May 11-12, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, CA.  The length of the meeting program will be 2 days - starting at 8:00 am on Friday and ending by 6:00 pm on Saturday, May 12th. All of the authors previously invited to make a presentation have been invited to present their work at this new meeting date and location. If you are an author and not contacted, please send us an email - socalsurgeons@gmail.com.

Hotel: Enjoy a weekend at the Hyatt Regency Spa & Resort in Indian Wells! The discounted room rate of $199 is available until April 12th or when the block is filled so make reservations today! For hotel details and reservation link - hotel information.

Registration Information

 

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MISSION STATEMENT FOR sccacs

To be responsible for and endeavor to attain within Southern California the objectives of the American College of Surgeons. These include elevating the standards of surgery, establishing a standard of competency and character for practitioners of surgery, providing a method of granting membership in the organization, educating the public and the profession to understand that the practice of surgery calls for special training and that the surgeon elected to Fellowship in this College has had such training and is properly qualified to practice surgery.

Purpose of the Chapter:

To promote the aims, interests, ideals and programs of the American College of Surgeons and to serve as a means of communication between the members of the Chapter and the College. To elevate the standards of practice, training and education in surgery and provide a means through which the Fellows may communicate with other professional and civic groups concerned with the improved delivery of health care.

Presenters & Senior Authors

All of the authors previously invited to make a presentation have been invited to present their work at this new meeting date and location. If you are an author and not contacted, please send us an email - socalsurgeons@gmail.com.

Specialty sections - if you were invited to present in a specialty section, the chair of that specific section will be in touch to determine your availability. If you need assistance, please contact us - socalsurgeons@gmail.com

Author Instructions

Are you preparing to present a paper in Santa Barbara and need to submit manuscript for publication in The American Surgeon Journal? You can find instructions for preparing the manuscript for the Journal here. Be sure to submit the manuscript to the Chapter's Recorder's email address.

Author Instructions

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL

For current Chapter members, the Membership year is January to December each year. Renewal invoices have been mailed, but you have the option of renewing your membership online! You will need your membership login information - your username is your Chapter ID number on your renewal invoice. Contact the Chapter office if you need assistance.

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