annual Joseph A. Wagner, M.D. Memorial Lecture
held March 3
Bryn Mawr Hospital’s Pennypacker Auditorium was
the setting of a special Medicine Grand Rounds
on Thursday, March 3. Distinguished
Professor of Medicine and Public Health, R.
Curtis Ellison, M.D. of the Boston University
School of Medicine, presented the inaugural
Joseph A. Wagner, M.D. Memorial Lecture. The
Wagner Lecture is funded by the Joseph A.
Wagner, MD Cardiac Education Endowment,
established in 2004 by Dr. Wagner’s widow,
Bernice, and her three sons, Theodore, Robert
Our Physicians: Dr. Philip Y. Pearson After a brief career on Wall Street,
this Bryn Mawr Hospital surgeon realized
his true calling was medicine. Read
about one man’s journey from stock
trader to colorectal surgeon and the
passion, empathy and humanity he brings
to an exacting and demanding specialty.
Philadelphia Zoo visits Bryn Mawr
Hospital The Philadelphia Zoo’s “Zoo on
Wheels” program and Zoo CEO Vikram Dewan
visited young patients on Bryn Mawr
Hospital’s Pediatric Unit as part of a
special presentation honoring the late
Sue Syrek, MD, a friend of the Zoo and
beloved Bryn Mawr Hospital physician.
Well ahead in our
While Bryn Mawr Hospital remains focused
on providing the most advanced medical
care to treat and cure disease, we are
just as committed to providing our
patients and our community with the
resources and information they need to
take care of their health, understand
their options, and make the right health
care decisions for themselves and their
families. Learn more at www.mainlinehealth.org/wellahead.
to BMH: a proud tradition, a strong
Foundation Since its founding in 1893, Bryn
Mawr Hospital has been sustained by the
generosity and good stewardship of the
community it serves. Philanthropy is
more than a proud tradition. The gifts
of friends and grateful patients fund
many core programs and services that
patient revenue alone cannot support.
For more information, call 1.866.CALL.MLH.