Tuesday, March 19 | 222 N. Person Street, Raleigh

History at High Noon: The Intersection of History and Medicine

On Tuesday, March 19, at the NCMS Headquarters building in historic Oakwood, Michael Soboeiro, MD will take us on a case-based journey, looking at the medical care of three US presidents. He’ll discuss how the care they received varied from current standards and, in some cases, the standard of the times, and the effect of the presidents’ medical conditions on world history.  Dinner will be available starting at 6:30pm, followed by brief NCMS business and Dr. Soboeiro’s presentation at 7pm.

Dr. Soboeiro is a general internist with 29 years of experience practicing medicine, teaching, and doing medical research. He has worked at WakeMed for nine and a half years. He currently heads the outpatient teaching program of WakeMed’s internal medicine residency program. Soboeiro was named one of North Carolina’s top doctors by Business North Carolina in 2021 and 2022.

CME Credit will be offered by Wake AHEC.

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