BHCS To Host Docs For Dinner, Lahey Specialist

September 23, 2015

Bermuda HealthCare Services and Brown-Darrell Clinic will be hosting their quarterly “Docs for Dinner” event on Thursday, September 24, 2015 at Café Lido.

Dr. Edward Shultz and Dr. Andrea McKee be the two speakers for “Docs for Dinner” and over thirty doctors are expected to attend the presentation and receive two Continuing Medical Education credits.

Dr. Edward Schultz is the Chief of Emergency Services & Hyperbaric Medicine at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital [KEMH] as well as the EMS Medical Director for Bermuda’s Integrated Ambulance Service. Dr. Shultz will be speaking on the topic, “The Evolution of Emergency Medicine: Trends and Challenges in the 21st Century.”

Dr. Andrea McKee is the Chairman of the Departments of Radiation Oncology at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center Burlington and Lahey Medial Center Peabody. Dr. McKee will be speaking on the topics “CT Lung Screening Program Implementation: The Critical Role of Primary Care” and “Intraoperative Radiation Therapy for Breast Cancer: Opportunities for Improved Outcomes Through Technological Advances and Early Detection.”

Registration and cocktails will begin at 6:30 pm, dinner will begin at 7:00 pm, with presentations to follow. For further information on “Docs for Dinner,” please contact the Brown-Darrell Clinic on 297-3332 or send an email to

In addition, BNCS also announced today that Dr. Luan M. Nghiem MD will be the visiting Lahey Clinic Specialist from September 24 to September 26 in order to conduct a wide variety of evaluations.

Dr. Nghiem specializes in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease [COPD]. Appointments available by referral.

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  1. oh dear says:

    Isn’t it amaZING

  2. oh dear says:

    I find it interesting and indeed questionable – the relationship that a certain local Medical Practitioner and his Practice has with the Lahey Clinic. Certainly these speeches and Dinners promote good PR, but are any fees or referral commissions involved in connection with the local Lahey representative Agency – and if so, do such add to the costs of Medical and health Insurance?