In 2006, Dr. Paul Kearney, center left, a surgeon who is director of trauma and critical care at the University of Kentucky, performed a hernia repair in Lexington. Fifteen outpatient surgeries performed that day were provided for free as part of the Surgery on Sunday program which offered help for under or uninsured patients. From left are Belle Cord, certified registered nurse first assistant, Dr. Kearney, Shirley Ramsey, CRNFA, Richard Dickens, certified registered nurse anesthetist, and prenursing student Lisa Pippen.
In 2006, Dr. Paul Kearney, center left, a surgeon who is director of trauma and critical care at the University of Kentucky, performed a hernia repair in Lexington. Fifteen outpatient surgeries performed that day were provided for free as part of the Surgery on Sunday program which offered help for under or uninsured patients. From left are Belle Cord, certified registered nurse first assistant, Dr. Kearney, Shirley Ramsey, CRNFA, Richard Dickens, certified registered nurse anesthetist, and prenursing student Lisa Pippen.
In 2006, Dr. Paul Kearney, center left, a surgeon who is director of trauma and critical care at the University of Kentucky, performed a hernia repair in Lexington. Fifteen outpatient surgeries performed that day were provided for free as part of the Surgery on Sunday program which offered help for under or uninsured patients. From left are Belle Cord, certified registered nurse first assistant, Dr. Kearney, Shirley Ramsey, CRNFA, Richard Dickens, certified registered nurse anesthetist, and prenursing student Lisa Pippen.

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