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DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY Yesterday 1970 Today 2007 WHERE IT ALL BEGAN HERMANN HOSPITAL October 1914: George Hermann dies Will included building charity hospital July 1925: Herman Hospital opens doors Located in “woods” south of downtown Fence needed to keep out coyotes & wolves

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DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY

Yesterday

1970

Today

2007


WHERE IT ALL BEGANHERMANN HOSPITAL

  • October 1914: George Hermann dies

    • Will included building charity hospital

  • July 1925: Herman Hospital opens doors

    • Located in “woods” south of downtown

    • Fence needed to keep out coyotes & wolves

    • Only Cullen Pavillion existed

  • 1943-1960s: Baylor students rotated at Hermann Hospital

  • 1971: Hermann becomes main teaching hospital of UT-Houston

  • 1972: Jones Pavillion is built to connect with the MSB

  • 1990: Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital partners with UT-Houston


WHERE IT ALL BEGANTHE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL SCHOOL AT HOUSTON

  • May 1969: Texas State Legislature approves building UT Medical School at Houston

  • January 1970: Dr. Cheves Smythe named 1st Medical Dean

  • June 1971: 1st class of medical students

  • 1971-1972: 1st Medical School building, John Freeman Building

  • 1975-1978: Current Medical School Building

  • 2006-2008: Medical School Expansion Building


DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN

  • Adolph H. Giescke, Jr, MD (Interim) – 1973

  • Arnold Sladen, MD (Interim) - 1974

  • Benjamin M. Rigor, MD – 1974-1980

  • Charles Allen, MD (Interim) – 1980

  • Joseph C. Gabel, MD – 1980-1987, 1988-1991

  • Jeffrey Katz, MD(Interim) – 1987-1988

  • Alan S. Tonnesen, MD (Interim) – 1991-1992

  • Jeffrey Katz, MD – 1992-2005

  • James F. Arens, MD – 2005-2008

  • Carin A. Hagberg, MD – 2008-Present


ADOLPH H. GIESECKE, JR, M.D. (1973)

  • 1st Interim Chair of Department of Anesthesiology, UT Houston

  • Medical School: UTMB

  • Residency: Parkland Hospital, Dallas, TX

    • Attempted resuscitation of JFK

  • Started at UT Houston in 1973

  • Established UT Residency Program, incorporating

    • MHH

    • MD Anderson

    • St. Joseph’s

  • Left UT October 1993

    • Disliked Houston traffic & weather

  • UT Southwestern Department of Anesthesiology Chair 1980-1992


BENJAMIN M. RIGOR, M.D. (1974-1980)

  • 1st Chair of Department of Anesthesiology@ UT Houston

  • Medical School: University of the East, Ramon Magaysay Memorial Medical Center College of Medicine

  • Residency: University of Kentucky

  • Prior to UT: Founding Chair UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School

  • Hired by UT: 1974

  • After UT: Chair University of Louisville. Now lives in Prospect, Kentucky


FACULTY HIRED; (Rigor)

Dr. Khalil

Dr. Larson

Dr. Gabel


JOSEPH C. GABEL, M.D. (1980-1991)

  • 2nd Chair of Department of Anesthesiology@ UT Houston

  • Medical School: Ohio State

  • Residency: Ohio State

    • Fellowship: CC MGH

  • Prior to UT: Part of Dr. Arens’ “Dream team”

    1. Gabel

    2. Tonnesen

    3. Drake

    • Univ. of Mississippi

    • UTMB

  • Hired by UT: 1974

    • Fired: 1987

    • Rehired: 1988

  • After UT: Chair UCLA


FACULTY HIRED; (Gabel)

Dr. Butler

Dr. Daily

Dr. Doursout

Dr. Fife

Dr. Williams

Not Shown:

Dr. Robert Merin

Dr. Katz

Dr. Tonnesen

Dr. Uzoni

Dr. Abouleish


SCANDAL AT UT-HOUSTON

  • Negotiations began between UT and MHH about splitting position of Department Chair and Hospital Chief

  • 11 out of 14 Chairs confronted Dean Ribble

  • 5 out of 11 Chairs would not back down : Fired on the spot

    • Including Joseph Gabel

    • Received standing ovation

  • Dr. Gabel rehired several months later


JEFFREY KATZ, M.D. (1992-2004)

  • 3rd Chair of Department of Anesthesiology@ UT Houston

  • Medical School: University of Capetown Medical School

  • Residency: Case Western Reserve

  • Hired by UT: 1980

  • Residency Director: 1983-1991

  • After serving as chair:

    • Assistant Dean for Clinical Operations

    • Chief Academic Officer

    • Medical Director of UT Physicians

    • Chief Medical Officer


FACULTY HIRED

Dr. Doyle

Dr. Ghelber

Dr. Gilmore

Dr. Hagberg

Dr. Ignacio

Dr. Jain

Dr. Koch

Dr. Matuszczak

Dr. Melnikov

Dr. Pivalizza

Dr. Rabb

Dr. Riha

Dr. Maposa

Dr. Panthayi

Not Shown:

Dr. Ferrario

Dr. Patil

Dr. Sciard

Dr. Sheinbaum

Dr. Smith

Dr. Su

Dr. Zhou

Dr. Lam


JAMES F. ARENS, M.D. (2005-2008)

  • 4th Chair of Department of Anesthesiology@ UT Houston

  • Medical School: Creighton University

  • Residency: Charity Hospital

  • Prior to UT Houston

    • ASA President

    • TSA President & Board of Directors

    • Chair Univ. Mississippi

    • Chair UTMB

    • Chair MD Anderson

  • Hired by UT: 2005

  • After UT Houston: Retirement to Colorado


FACULTY HIRED; Arens (ATA’s)

Dr. Chitty

Dr. Garcia

Dr. Guzman

Dr. Carbajal

Dr. Limbrick

Dr. McNeely

Dr. Medina

Dr. Normand

Dr. Wenzel


CARIN A. HAGBERG, M.D. (2008-Present)

  • Current Chair of Department of Anesthesiology @ UT Houston

  • Medical School: UT Houston

  • Residency: Parkland Mem. Hosp.

    • Fellowship:Methodist, Dallas (CV)Zale Lipshy University Hospital (Neuro)

  • Hired by UT: 1992

    • Residency Director

    • Vice Chair

    • Interim Chair

  • Outside of UT:

    • SAM President

    • Texas Gulf Coast Anesth. Society President


FACULTY HIRED ; Hagberg (HTA’s)

Dr. Adrien

Dr. Hussain

Dr. Johnson

Dr. Layman

Dr. Singh

Not Shown:

Dr. Abraham Thomas

Candice Shutko

Dr. Mohini Rao

Syed Nasir

Dr. Cattano

Dr. McMasters

Dr. Thomas

Dr. Ho


HISTORY OF RESIDENCY PROGRAM

  • 1st accredited September 25, 1959 @ Hermann Hospital

  • 1973 UT acquired residency program

    • 1st incoming class: 8 residents

  • 1976 only 5 entering residents

  • 1982 incoming resident class size increased to 15

  • 1988 incoming resident class size increased to 20

  • 2005 current graduating class began

  • Since 1973, >500 residentstrained at UT-Houston


22 residents graduated

20 entered in summer 2005

2 left

1 returned

2 transferred in

4 married

Michael Beltran

Jessica Edwards

Phillip Guerra

Diane Lee

5 future anesthesiologists were born

Gavin Adrien

Christopher Cowles

Benjamin Guerra

Claire Hogan

Baylor Maher

Future Plans

3 Fellowship

MDA, UTMB (Pain); THI (CV)

4 Academics

13 Private practice

2 Unknown

Where will they be

17 Texas

8 Houston

1 Florida

1 Louisiana

3 Unknown

HISTORY OF GRADUATING CLASS


SENIORISMSCA-3 MISCONCEPTIONS

  • I know more than most faculty.

  • I will never work this hard again.

  • Leave the politics to Dr. P.

  • Dr. Hagberg’s airway gadgets will follow me wherever I go.

  • I am finally free of UT-Houston.


BENJAMIN M. RIGOR, UT DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY FUND

  • The Joseph C. Gabel Lectureship series

  • One on one clinical training of incoming residents

  • Sponsor residents to attend international and national scientific meetings, seminars, workshops to further their knowledge of pain and clinical care, as well as to attend medical mission trips


JOSEPH C. GABEL , M.D. LECTURESHIP SERIESLessons learned

  • We are all players committed to the greater goals.

  • Do your homework!

  • Take nothing for granted.

  • Be a learner first, a teacher second, and a great anesthesiologist third.

  • Always search for a means to make yourself and the department stronger.

  • It takes hard work, perseverance, drive, and determination to become the best.


BENEFITS OF JOINING ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

  • Recure UT Department of Anesthesiology Newsletter

  • Attend annual TSA alumni reception

  • Attend weekly department’s grand rounds/earn CME credit

  • Participate in medical student and resident teaching sessions

  • Receive donor recognition


SPECIAL THANKS

  • Providing insight on the history of the department

    • Dr. Samia Khalil

    • Dr. William Daily

    • Dr. Caroline Fife

    • Dr. Ezzat Aboulish

    • Dr. Bruce Butler

    • Dr. Jacques Chelly

  • Gathering information

    • Kathy Franz

    • Dawn Iannucci

    • Christian Smallwood


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