Oklahoma County Medical Society
Inaugural dinner: Dr. Sam D. Dahr was honored as the 117th president of the Oklahoma County Medical Society at a dinner at the Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club. Two hundred friends and colleagues attended the party, which featured dancing to the music of DJ from M&M Productions.
Dr. Dahr: Dr. Dahr is chairman of the Ophthalmology Department at Integris Baptist. He specializes in medical and surgical retina, uveitis/autoimmune eye disease and ocular oncology. He is a graduate of Heritage Hall School, Stanford University and the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. His residency and fellowship were at the University of Cincinnati and he also completed a fellowship at the National Eye Institute of the National Institutes of Health.
Also honored: The Don F. Rhinehart Community Service Award was given to Dr. William L. Parry for improving the health systems in the community and leading groundbreaking work in Oklahoma in the area of acute renal failure, kidney studies and renal lymphatics.
Dinner: On the menu for the event was steak and salmon with a sweet potato and root vegetables. Desserts were served on the dessert bar. Black cloths were on the tables and there were bouquets of white hydrangeas and white roses in gold bowls.
OCMS: Oklahoma County Medical Society is a physician’s organization to promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health. For 117 years, OCMS has served its physician members and the citizens of Oklahoma County.
Front: Dr. Jeffrey Cruzan, Dr. Lisa J. Wasemiller-Smith, Dr. Dahr, Dr. Elizabeth Jett, Dr. Anureet Bajaj, Dr. Tabitha Danley, and Dr. Ralph Shadid. Back: Dr. Basel S. Hassoun, Dr. David Holden, Dr. R. Kevin Moore, Dr. Amanda Levine, and Dr. Don Wilber.
Dr. Sam Dahr, Lana Tolaymat, Bushra Dahr and Dr. A.S. Dahr.
Dr. Alexander Davis, Dr. Timothy Vavricka, Dr. Nigam Sheth, Dr. Chad Smith, Dr. Janine Collinge and Dr. Nimish Parekh.