Ambulatory Grand Rounds focuses on the value of prognostic factors in advance directives

Leo Cooney

Leo Cooney, MD

On May 3, Leo Cooney, MD, presented “The Value of Prognosis in Advance Directives” to an audience of 17 fellow providers as part of the monthly Ambulatory Grand Rounds series. The topic was well-received and fostered conversation about the best practices for speaking with patients about what actions should be taken for their health care when they are no longer capable to make decisions.

The Ambulatory Grand Rounds series is held in the lower level conference room at 112 Quarry Rd., Trumbull, on the first Thursday of each month at 7:30 am.

Upcoming presentations include:

  • July and August – No sessions scheduled 
  • September 6 – Advanced Surgical Techniques – Andrew S. Kenler, MD, FACS

Watch your email for more information on this monthly series.