Activities

Various events and activities we're involved in

Dr. O’Sullivan, 1938-2018

Posted by on May 22, 2018 in Members | 0 comments

Dr. O’Sullivan, 1938-2018

John A. O’Sullivan M.D. Brighton – Died peacefully surrounded by his loving family, May 20, 2018, at the age of 80. Beloved husband of Rosemary (Burke) O’Sullivan of Brighton, NY, with whom he shared 47 years of marriage. Devoted father of Elizabeth Jess and her husband, Timothy of Batavia, NY, and Kathleen O’Sullivan-Fortin and her husband, Peter Fortin of Ipswich, MA. Loving brother of Helen Sweeney, Pauline Lynch and her husband, P.J., and Vincent O’Sullivan and his wife, Breda, all living in Ireland....

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Posted by on Jan 1, 2018 in Breakfasts, Missions | 0 comments

Coming soon! Sign up now for our Winter Missions Breakfast Saturday, January 27 from 9-11 am Rochester Academy of Medicine We’re looking forward to some inspiring presentations (see list below or click here to open flyer) so mark your calendars, respond to Susan by email, calling 436-1628, or by using our RSVP page, and come out to hear how some of your colleagues are crossing cultures to share their faith and skills with people groups in need. Dr. Jim Wood (Internal Medicine)  – Haiti Drs. David & Mary Kay Ness (Family Medicine) –...

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gods@WAR

Posted by on Dec 31, 2017 in Teaching | 0 comments

gods@WAR

CMDA Northeast Winter Conference This year’s January 12-14 Conference brings Christians in healthcare from all levels of training and practice, specialty and disciplines—and their families— to the Sandy Cove Ministries retreat center on Chesapeake Bay with the express purpose of providing a restful environment in which to reconnect with God’s purpose for their lives. A few days away from the busyness of practice or training may be just what you need to get a renewed sense of who you are in Jesus and why you are in Medicine or Dentistry!...

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In Memory of Tino

Posted by on Dec 4, 2017 in Members | 1 comment

In Memory of Tino

Flags to Be Lowered for Constantino Fernandez Flags will be lowered at the U of R December 5 for Constantino Fernandez, professor emeritus of obstetrics and gynecology, who died October 25. Fernandez joined the University faculty in 1979 as clinical instructor and became associate professor the following year, serving as a full-time member of the faculty until his retirement in June 2016. Fernandez was a respected instructor and received numerous teaching awards during his service at the...

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CMDA 2018 Winter Conference

Posted by on Dec 2, 2017 in Teaching | 0 comments

CMDA 2018 Winter Conference

with Al Weir, III, MD Are you struggling with an important decision and seeking God’s guidance with that decision? CMDA President Dr. Al Weir will spend an entire weekend helping individuals work through a 12-step process of Christian decision making. His sessions will be accompanied by small group discussions, testimonials by CMDA staff and a personal time of reflection. This is one conference that will reap benefits for years to come! When Check-in is Friday, February 23 at 6 p.m. Concludes on Sunday, February 25 at 11:15 a.m. Where...

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2017 Fall Breakfast

Posted by on Oct 7, 2017 in Breakfasts, Teaching | 0 comments

2017 Fall Breakfast

“Heroin, Hope and Healing”   Our MCCF Fall Breakfast will be on Saturday, November 11, 9-11 am   Rochester Academy of Medicine 1441 East Avenue 14610   Drs. Darren Caparaso and David Holmes will present and lead a discussion about Faith-based Approaches to Breaking the Chains of Addiction    Outline of the session: Introduction A few brief facts about the opioid epidemic Patient in addiction recovery shares his addiction story, how he came to Christ and how faith and treatment is helping him in his recovery Questions the...

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CMDA Retreat

Posted by on Aug 10, 2017 in Interesting, Teaching | 0 comments

CMDA Retreat

Resident & Fellow Restoration Retreat September 15-17, 2017 Lake Anna – Mineral, Virginia Register Now How does a great weekend of fun and fellowship with other Christian residents sound to you? If it sounds as good to you as it does to us, you are invited to the CMDA Resident & Fellow Restoration Retreat on September 15-17, 2017 at Lake Anna in Mineral, Virginia. The weekend is designed to refresh and rejuvenate you with time to have fun, rest and fellowship in a beautiful setting of Lake Anna. Registration is limited, so...

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Journeying Together Retreat

Posted by on Jul 30, 2017 in Interesting, Teaching | 0 comments

Journeying Together Retreat

CMDA Retreat – Journeying Together Dr. David Holmes and I invite you to prepare for the year ahead, get to know others, and learn more about what faith has to do with health and well-being. Saturday August 26, 2016 at 8:30 am – 1:45 pm Location: Total Freedom New York 282 Broadway, Darien Center, NY 14040 Phone: 585-902-6001 Total Freedom NY is a private, Christian-based, residential addictions facility. The staff are committed to helping men 18 and over get set free from life controlling problems and behaviors. Their focus is on promoting...

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Millers on Mission in Africa

Posted by on Mar 15, 2017 in Members, Missions | 0 comments

Millers on Mission in Africa

Leaving for Tenwek I am heading out again tomorrow, Thursday, 3/16, and will arrive at Tenwek Saturday, 3/20. I am hearing that the Doctor strike continues in Kenya. This has put great pressure on the hospital which is over capacity. The OR is performing emergencies only. Elective cases are being held. I anticipate seeing a lot of facial trauma. Please pray for safe travels. for luggage to arrive and no problems getting through customs. I know the Lord will go before me and I anticipate great things. “I can do all things through Christ...

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Haiti Mission Needs MDs

Posted by on Feb 25, 2017 in Missions | 0 comments

Haiti Mission Needs MDs

2 Doctors needed for April 8 – 16 trip Since the devastating 2010 earthquake that caused more than a quarter-of-a-million deaths and left the nation’s infrastructure in tatters, Haiti has moved off the front page of US newspapers and far from the minds of most Americans. Unfortunately, despite major international relief efforts, for many Haitians the suffering continues – especially in the area of health care. Absent a sustained nationwide solution to this problem, small targeted medical missions offer the best hope for otherwise...

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