Residents' Day at the Legislature

On April 27, 2023, residents from Maine Medical Center will be meeting their legislators, getting a tour of the Maine State Capitol, and attending both the House and Senate legislative sessions.  Following the State House tour, the residents will be meeting for lunch and a Problem-Based Learning Discussion.

Please contact Lisa Montagna, at mesahq@gmail.com, or 207-620-4015, if you would like to join us.

Annual MeSA Winter Meeting a Success

MeSA Winter Meeting faculty.

On February 11, 2023, the Maine Society of Anesthesiologists met for its annual winter meeting.  The traditional reception and dinner followed the business meeting with an outstanding nerve block presentation by keynote speaker Ryan Mountjoy, MD, FASA.  The Sunday, morning CME topics were:  Upper Extremity Nerve Block in a Pulmonary Cripple and ASA Practice Guidelines for the Management of a Difficult Airway- 2022 Update.

Save the Date
September 9, 2023

The next meeting of the Maine Society of Anesthesiologists will be held at the Holiday Inn By the Bay, Portland, on Saturday, September 9, 2023, from 2 to 5 pm in conjunction with the Maine Medical Association's Annual Session. 

If you have any questions, you can reach us at mesahq@gmail.com

Latest Central Line Podcast!

Drs. Kumar Belani and Ana Maria Crawford, guest editors of the April ASA Monitor, join Dr. Adam Striker for a conversation about global engagement. Listen in as they discuss the value of expanding our understanding of global health, suggest paths for deeper engagement here and abroad, and consider what we can learn from the global community about advocacy, diversity, sustainability, and more. Recorded March 2023.

Help Preserve the Physician-Led Care Team

Decisions are made every day in Augusta which directly affect your practice.  Maine Society of Anesthesiologists works year-round to increase awareness and share concerns on important issues that physicians are facing.

MeSA Members are on the Front Line Ready to Protect You

MeSA President, Aaron Tebbs, MD, FASA receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.MeSA Immediate Past President, Aaron Tebbs, MD, FASA receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

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