2018-05-31 / Front Page

Rotary Club hears of medical challenges



Dr. Al Lee (right) was an architectural engineer when he graduated from Georgia Tech but after several years and several projects, he returned to school at Mercer, completing a medical degree. His residency and internship drew him toward ER and he now heads a group that provides ER services at Wills Memorial and other rural hospitals. He told the Washington Rotary Club about technologies like DaVinci robots that allow surgeons to perform operations which would be otherwise extremely difficult or even impossible. He was accompanied by Wills Memorial Human Resources Director Susan D. Pope. Buddy Lindsey (left) was the program host. Dr. Al Lee (right) was an architectural engineer when he graduated from Georgia Tech but after several years and several projects, he returned to school at Mercer, completing a medical degree. His residency and internship drew him toward ER and he now heads a group that provides ER services at Wills Memorial and other rural hospitals. He told the Washington Rotary Club about technologies like DaVinci robots that allow surgeons to perform operations which would be otherwise extremely difficult or even impossible. He was accompanied by Wills Memorial Human Resources Director Susan D. Pope. Buddy Lindsey (left) was the program host.

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