The Akwari Society: Humanism in Surgical Practice
In September 2022, Duke Surgery celebrated the establishment of a new society honoring the legacy of Dr. Onyekwere Emmanuel Akwari. The society’s foundation is built upon placing humanity at the center of our surgical practice.
4 Activities Duke Surgery Residents Enjoy Around the Triangle
For many residency applicants, the city where they will train is just as important as the benefits of the program itself.
The location where they will begin their surgical careers will not only be their new home for the next several years, but will also be a place where they can relax and have an enriching life outside of their work. For Duke Surgery residents, the city of Durham, NC, fits the bill.
One Year In: A Look at Duke Surgery's Resident Training Partnership with Central Carolina Surgery
Photo above: Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, NC. Duke Surgery residents, while completing training rotations at Central Carolina Surgery, operate in Cone Hospital.