Share Your Pride!

If you were trained as a resident or worked on staff at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, you questioned, innovated and kept patient care at the center of your work.

Our top priority is to provide stipends for LHMC residents and fellows to further their education and grow into the confident, expert doctors that our patients deserve. We also fund grand rounds, support the Richard B. Cattell Library and host an annual summer social event for current residents and alumni. Your participation in the Alumni Association reflects your commitment to support our upcoming Lahey-trained residents’ journey to practice medicine as your colleagues.

Today’s Alumni Association boasts more than 2,700 physicians. We hope to see you at one of our events soon!

Residency Spotlight: General Surgery

“The vision for this residency is to deepen the program so that the top medical students in the country will choose this residency program as the preferred place to train. To achieve that, we must enhance and increase our academic productivity and the visibility of our residents so that they get chosen for the best surgery jobs in the country. That is what success will look like! Lahey will benefit, our residents will benefit – and anyone who has trained here will share that pride and reputation.” – Dmitry Nepomnayshy, MD        Read more

 

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In Memoriam

Updated June 30, 2020

Remembering our colleagues

Stephanie Burns, RN, Lahey’s longest tenured nurse who worked until the time of her unexpected passing as the Nurse Clinical Coordinator for the Hansen’s Disease Clinic at LHMC.

Jana Hudcova, MD, a member of the Division of Surgical Critical Care and an attending physician in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center for the past 12 years.

John F. Bresette, MD., long-time member of the Department of Urology and chief of the continence Center for 13 years.

Peter Oliver, MD, career-long member of the Department of Otolaryngology and department chair for 10 years.

Dr. Pierre Forgacs, founder of the Lahey Infectious Diseases division. Dr. Forgacs enjoyed a long career as a doctor at Lahey, where he was a leader in the field of Infectious Diseases. He lectured at Harvard Medical School and published articles on meningitis, tuberculosis and other infectious diseases.

David J. Bryan, MD, a highly regarded plastic and reconstructive surgeon who practiced at Lahey for more than 30 years. He was adored by his patients and colleagues alike, and in addition to his clinical practice Dr. Bryan was a dedicated educator, leading several research fellowships focused on cellular, tissue, and organ culture and peripheral nerve regeneration.

Frederick McAlpine, MD, chaired department of anesthesia. Retired in 2005 after 45 years at Lahey

Pauline Katz, worked as Alumni Office Coordinator for Lahey Clinic for 23 years

Dr. Morton G. Miller, chaired Department of Psychiatry at the Lahey Clinic