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Dr. Shoskes Moves from LA to Ft. Lauderdale (Miami area)

 

From: Daniel Shoskes MD <dshoskes@urol.com>
Newsgroups: sci.med.prostate.prostatitis
Subject: Making a move
Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 19:55:35 GMT
I just wanted to let the group know that I will be moving soon. I have resigned my position at UCLA to accept a position at the Cleveland Clinic Florida in Fort Lauderdale effective June 1, 2000. I will be head of the section of Kidney Transplantation within the Department of Urology and will also be starting a new clinic focused on prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome
At the Institute for Male Urology, Drs. Zeitlin and Rajfer will continue to see patients as before and I will continue as a consultant for that clinic. My move will not impact patients or clinical trials there in any way
At Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Dr. Zeitlin will take over my prostatitis practice. He will also take over seeing patients enrolled in the NIH cohort study. I will stop seeing new patients at Harbor at the end of April and stop seeing patients completely on May 19
I will be moving my lab to Florida and continue with my NIH sponsored basic science research there. In addition, it is planned that I will be able to enroll patients into the new NIH randomized controlled trial set to begin in July 2000. This will hopefully allow many more patients to participate in the NIH collaborative studies since there currently is no center in the Southeastern United States
My UCLA web site and email will be discontinued on May 20. I will have a Cleveland Clinic web presence but I don't have the info yet. My page will always be reachable through the remailer address http://go.to/dshoskes
The new address and phone number will be:
Cleveland Clinic Florida
Department of Urology
3000 West Cypress Creek Rd
Fort Lauderdale, FL
33309
800-359-5101

 

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