New date for Docs for Dinner
The “Docs for Dinner” event which was originally scheduled for October 31, 2019, has been rescheduled and will now be held on Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at Café Lido. Cocktails will be served at 6:30 p.m.
Speaker for the event, Dr. Pamela Coleman graduated from Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry in 1974 and in 1977 she graduated from Howard University College of Medicine with a Doctor of Medicine. She is licensed to practice in Maryland and the District of Columbia. Additionally, Dr. Coleman is a Fellow the American College of Surgeons and holds membership in several professional societies in the United States.
“The Emerging Role of MR Imaging in the detecting of clinically significant prostate cancer” will be the topic that Dr. Coleman will address when speaking to Bermuda’s medical fraternity at the event which is hosted by Bermuda HealthCare Services, Brown-Darrell Clinic and the Bermuda Urology Clinic. Physicians are asked to register at Café Lido by 6:30 p.m.
“Dr Pamela Coleman has distinguished herself in the Washington DC area by introducing public education programmes about prostate cancer, the number one killer of Black men,” said Dr. Ewart Brown of Bermuda HealthCare Services. “She has convinced thousands of men in the Metropolitan DC area to agree to be tested for prostate cancer and that is a major accomplishment”.
For further information on “Docs for Dinner,” please contact Nikiesha Tucker at Bermuda HealthCare Services at 236-2810 or send an email NTucker@bhcs.bm.
• Press release from Docs for Dinner
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