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2015 Society of St. Luke Inductees

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Posted on November 17, 2015

 

On November 7, 2015, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center inducted four of its physicians into the Society of St. Luke. These physicians exemplify the highest standards of patient care, research and community activities.

Inducted into the Society, founded in 2004, were Dr. John A. Bastulli, division chief of anesthesiology; Dr. Audley Mackel, division chief of orthopedics; Dr. John Marshall, retired gastroenterologist; and Dr. Carla O’Day, chair of the Emergency Medicine at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center.

“These physicians share a sense of responsibility and compassion for the practice of medicine and the sense of community that is fostered through caring for others,” said Dr. David F. Perse, president and CEO. “They have seen dramatic changes to healthcare since they began their careers—some positive and revolutionary and some disruptive and unsettling. In spite of those changes, they have never lost track of why we exist—to help, to heal and to serve our patients.”

The four physicians join the 27 others who preceded them, including legendary physicians such as Dr. Earl B. Kaye, who performed the first open-heart surgery in the Midwest at St. Vincent Charity in 1956.

The Society of St. Luke was established to recognize and honor members of the St. Vincent Charity Medical Staff for their distinguished service to their patients, the mission and the communities we serve. As a physician and author of one of the four Gospels, St. Luke emphasized Jesus’ concern for humanity and wrote of the Lord’s many miracles of healing. He is the patron saint of physicians.

              

    Dr. Audley Mackel              Dr. John Bastulli           Dr. Carla Streep O'Day         Dr. John Marshall

   Orthopedic Surgeon             Anesthesiology             Emergency Medicine           Gastroenterology


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