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  • 1. RICHARD HAINES DEMIR, M.D. 10040 East Happy Valley Road, House 423 Scottsdale, Arizona 85255BUSINESS: Desert Women’s Care 1492 South Mill Avenue, Suite 306 Tempe, Arizona 85281 MAIN- 480-559-4776 FAX- 866-526-7086BIRTHDATE: March 13, 1958LICENSURE: Arizona and Illinois ACADEMIC BACKGROUND1976 - 1980 Bachelor of Science Tulane University of Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana 701181980 - 1984 Doctor of Medicine Rush Medical College Chicago, Illinois 606121984 - 1988 Resident - Obstetrics & Gynecology Mount Sinai Medical Center Chicago, Illinois 60608 HONORS AND AWARDS1976 MENSA1977 Phi Eta Sigma - Freshman Honor Society1978 Beta Beta Beta - Biological Honor Society1978 Alpha Epsilon Delta - Premedical Honor Society1984 Lemon Award - Outstanding Achievement in Study of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Rush Medical College1993 Commendation from Kane County Health Department For Support of Kane County Prenatal Program
  • 2. Demir Page |21997 Northern Illinois University School of Nursing- Certificate of Appreciation from Advanced Practice Nursing Program1998 Elgin Cultural Arts Commission - Recognition Award for ASeven at the Gates of Dawn@1998 Elgin Image Award - City of Elgin1999 Xanodyne Pharmaceuticals- Recognition Award as Largest Prescriber of Maternal Vitamins in USA2003 Recognition Award from DuPage County Health Department Development of County Colposcopy Program2008 Two Kilo Club for Minimally Invasive Surgery2008 Guinness World Record for “Largest Uterus Ever Removed Without Resorting to Laparotomy”2009 “Patients’ Choice Award” presented by Vitals.Com2010 Cooper Surgical “SpotLight Award” for surgical video, “Laparosccopic Myomectomy,” in 2010 competition2010 Honorable Mention Award for “Laparoscopic Cervical Cerclage In 18-weeks Pregnant Uterus,” from Society of Laparoendo- scopic Surgeons at 19th Annual Meeting2011 Cooper Surgical “SpotLight Award” for surgical video, “Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy and Vagino- Cervico- Sacropexy,” in 2011 competition. SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists American Society of Reproductive Medicine American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine International Federation of Fertility Societies International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology National Osteoporosis Foundation Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons Society of Elite Laparoscopic Surgeons
  • 3. Demir Page |3 MEDICAL STAFF PRIVILEGES1988 - 1998 Sherman Hospital 934 Center Street Elgin, Illinois 601201993 - 1999 GlenOaks Medical Center 701 Winthrop Road Glendale Heights, Illinois 601391997 - 2004 Provena St. Joseph Hospital 77 North Airlite Street Elgin, Illinois 601232006 - 2007 Poplar Creek Surgical Center 1800 McDonough Road Hoffman Estates, Illinois 601922007 – 2010 Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital 1500 Mill Avenue Tempe, Arizona 852812009 – 2010 Phoenix St. Luke’s Hospital 1800 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, Arizona2010 – current Arizona Regional Medical Center- Mesa 515 North Mesa Drive Mesa, Arizona 852012010 – current Arizona Regional Medical Center- Apache Junction 2050 West Southern Apache Junction, Arizona 851202011 – current Gilbert Hospital 5656 South Power Road Gilbert, Arizona 852952011 – current Promise Hospital 433 East 6th Street Mesa, Arizona 852032011 – current Arizona Surgical Specialists Center 1984 East Baseline Road Tempe, Arizona 85282
  • 4. Demir Page |42012 – current Florence Hospital at Anthem 4545 North Hunt Highway Florence, Arizona 85132 MEDICAL STAFF OFFICES & APPOINTMENTS2007 – 2010 Chairman, Department of Maternal – Child Services Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital & Phoenix St. Luke’s Hospital2007 - 2010 Medical Executive Committee Tempe St. Luke’s and Phoenix St. Luke’s2010– current Chairman, Section of Gynecology & Obstetrics Arizona Regional Medical Center2011– current Chairman, Performance Improvement Committee Arizona Regional Medical Center2012– current Secretary of Medical Staff Arizona Regional Medical Center2012– current Chairman, Utilization Review Committee Gilbert Hospital MEDICAL PRACTICE1988 - 2005 President and Medical Director Demir Medical Group 290 Springfield Drive, Bloomingdale, Illinois 601081993 - 1995 Vice President and Center Director Center for Human Reproduction- NW 1585 North Barrington Road Hoffman Estates, Illinois 601942005 - 2006 Director of OB/GYN Ultrasound Women=s Doc 2500 West Higgins Road, Suite 620 Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60195
  • 5. Demir Page |52006 - 2007 Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery Poplar Creek Surgery Center & Medical Specialists 1800 McDonough Road Hoffman Estates, Illinois 601922007 - 2009 Director of Gynecology, Obstetrics & Ultrasound Phoenician Women’s Care 1343 North Alma School Road Chandler, Arizona 852242010 – current Director of Gynecology, Obstetrics & Ultrasound Desert Women’s Care 1492 South Mill Avenue, Suite 306 Tempe, Arizona 85281 TEACHING1997 – 2007 Preceptor- Northern Illinois University School of Nursing2006 – 2008 Assistant Professor- St. Matthew’s School of Medicine Department of Clinical Sciences2007 – current Preceptor- Grand Canyon University College of Nursing2009 – current Preceptor- University of Phoenix Advanced Practice Nursing LIST OF PUBLICATIONS1. Noronah P, Demir RH: Differentiating the acute scrotum. Hosp Prac, 19:216- 222, 1984.2. Confino E, Demir RH, Friberg J, Gleicher N: The predictive value of hCG beta subunit levels in pregnancies achieved by in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer (An international collaborative study). Fertil Steril, 45:526-531, 1986.3. Confino E, Demir RH, Friberg J, Gleicher N: Does cyclic hCG secretion indicate embryo loss in-vitro fertilization. Fertil Steril 46:897-902, 1986.4. Demir RH: Assessment of synthetic media for in-vitro fertilization. Mt Sinai J Med, 56(2): 141-6, 1989.
  • 6. Demir Page |65. Demir RH, Gleicher N, Myers S: Asymptomatic antepartum subdural hematoma causing fetal death. Am J Obstet Gynecol 160(3):619-620, 1989.6. Demir RH, Madanes AE: Torsion of a fallopian tube remnant years following conservative segmental resection for ectopic pregnancy. Am J Gynecol Health 3(4):124-125, 1989.7. Demir RH, Marchand GJ: Safe laparoscopic removal of a 3200 grams fibroid uterus. JSLS 14:600-602, 2010.8. Demir RH, Marchand GJ: Adnexal masses suspected to be benign treated with laparoscopy. JSLS 16:71-84. 2012 ABSTRACTS / VIDEOS / POSTERS1. Confino E, Demir RH, Friberg, J, Gleicher N: The predictive value of hCG beta subunit levels in pregnancies achieved by in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer. The 41st Annual Meeting of the American Fertility Society, September- October 1985, Chicago, Illinois and the 4th World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization, November 1985, Melbourne, Australia, J IVF-ET, 3:145(81), 1986.2. Confino E, El-Roeiy A, Demir RH, Friberg J, Gleicher N: Thromboelastogram lupus anticoagulant and antinuclear antibodies in patients with endometriosis and repeated abortions, J Reprod Immunol, Supplement: 140, 1986.3. Confino E, Demir R, Friberg J, Gleicher N: Does cyclic hCG secretion indicate embryo loss in in vitro fertilization? J Vitro Fert Embryo Transfer 1986; 3:74.4. Confino E, Demir R, Friberg J, Gleicher N: Does cyclic hCG secretion indicate embryo loss in in vitro fertilization? An international collaborative study. Fertil Steril 1986; Supplement:68.5. Badruddoja M, Demir RH, Ansari S, Bush I: Laparoscopic cholecystectomy and lymphadenectomy in obstructive cholecystitis caused by HIV infected cystic duct lymph node. The 9th Annual Meeting of the Society of Minimally Invasive Therapy, July, 1997, Kyoto, Japan, MITAT, Supplement (Vol 6):22, 1997.6. Demir RH, Badruddoja M: Laparoscopic combined Burch procedure and vaginal sacropexy with mesh. The 9th Annual Meeting of the Society of Minimally Invasive Therapy, July, 1997, Kyoto, Japan, MITAT, Supplement (Vol 6):51,1997.
  • 7. Demir Page |77. Ansari S, Demir RH, Makers E, Garlovsky IS, Bush IM, Angres G: Sutureless hernioplasty for urologists. 71st Annual Meeting of North Central Section of American Urological Association, September, 1997, Monterey, California.8. Badruddoja M, Demir RH, Kramer A, Ansari S, Bush IM: Laparoscopic combined Burch procedure and vaginal sacropexy. 83rd Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons, October, 1997, Chicago, Illinois.9. Badruddoja M, Ansari S, Demir RH, Bush IM: Laparoscopic cholecystectomy without intraoperative cholangiogram. 83rd Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons, October, 1997, Chicago, Illinois.10. Ansari S, Badruddoja M, Bush I, Demir RH: Sutureless hernioplasty for groin hernias. Royal Australian College of Surgeons, May, 1999, New Zealand.11. Badruddoja M, Ansari S, Demir RH, Bush I: Inguinal sutureless hernioplasty for urologists. 17th World Congress on Endo-urology, September, 1999, Rhodes, Greece.12. Demir R, Marchand G: Laparoscopic cervical cerclage in 18-weeks pregnant uterus. British International Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, June, 2010, Belfast, U.K.13. Demir R, Marchand G: Laparoscopic cervical cerclage in 18-weeks pregnant uterus. Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, September, 2010, New York.14. Demir R, Marchand G: Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy and Vagino- Cervico-Sacropexy. Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, September, 2011, Los Angeles.15. Demir R, Marchand G: Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy and Vaginal Morcellation. Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, September, 2011, Los Angeles.16. Demir R, MarchandG: Outcome of 783 Consecutive Hysterectomies for Benign Indication—Likelihood of Completing a Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy Based on Patient’s Body Mass Index. American College of Surgeons, October, 2011, San Francisco.17. Demir R, Marchand G: Unnecessary Laparotomy Avoidance-- Outcome of 257 Consecutive Adnexal Masses of 8 – 13 cm on Pre-Operative Ultrasound Treated with Laparoscopic Adnexectomy, Bagging and Colpotomy. AAGL, November, 2011, Hollywood, FL.
  • 8. Demir Page |818. Demir R, Marchand G: Laparoscopic Unilateral Salpingo-Oophorectomy, Bagging & Vaginal Morcellation. AAGL, November, 2011, Hollywood, FL.19. Demir R, Marchand G: Irrelevance of Traditional De-Selectors for Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy. Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, October, 2012, Boston.20. Demir R, Marchand G: Effect of Improved Vaginal Manipulator on Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy. AAGL, November, 2012, Las Vegas.21. Demir R, Marchand G: Improved Vaginal Manipulator for Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy (video). AAGL, November, 2012, Las Vegas. BOOK CHAPTERS1. Gleicher N, Demir R, Novas J, Meyers S: Methods for safe reduction of cesarean section rates. In: Flamm BL, Quilligan EJ, eds. Cesarean Section Guidelines For Appropriate Utilization. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1994: 141-162. INVITED PRESENTATIONS1. Maryland IPA, Bethesda, 1995. Payer mediated program to reduce utilization of cesarean section.2. Healthdyne, Milwaukee, 1995. Reduction of cesarean section rates in a private practice setting.3. Sanus Insurance Company, Dallas, 1995. Payer mediated program to reduce utilization of cesarean section.4. Health Plus, Kaiser Permanente and Mamsi, Bethesda, 1995. Cesarean Delivery Reduction: A dinner symposium. Reduction in C-Section rates in a managed care model.5. Dallas Methodist Hospital, Dallas, 2007. Grand Rounds: Methods for Female Sterilization.
  • 9. Demir Page |96. Sun Rise Medical Clinic, Las Vegas, 2007. Grand Rounds: Methods for Female Sterilization.7. Darnall Army Hospital, Fort Hood, Texas, 2008. Grand Rounds: Methods for Female Sterilization8. Stroger Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 2012. Grand Rounds: Laparoscopic Hysterectomy9. Mount Sinai Medical Center, Chicago, 2012. Grand Rounds: Methods for Female Sterilization10. McNeil Memorial Hospital, Oak Brook, 2012. Grand Rounds: Female Sterilization, Uterine Manipulation and Abdominal wall closure COURSE DIRECTOR FOR CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION1. Fetal Medicine Foundation and Physician’s e Lab, Chicago, 2002. First Trimester Prenatal Screening and Ultrasound Diagnosis. An official Fetal Medicine Foundation Nuchal Translucency Certification Course.2. Society of Elite Laparoscopic Surgeons, Scottsdale, 2013 (Planned). Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy: techniques and re-appraisal of indications for laparoscopy and robotics. SURGICAL VIDEOS1. SELS: Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy with Vaginal Morcellation (Time 5:54).Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.2. SELS: Laparoscopic Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy with Linear Salpingotomy (Time 5:01). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.3. SELS: Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy and Repair (Time 5:20). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.
  • 10. Demir P a g e | 104. SELS: Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy and Bilateral Salpingo-Oophorectomy (Time 5:18). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.5. SELS: Laparoscopic Uterine Anteversion with Metra Procedure (Time 4:43). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.6. SELS: Laparoscopic Vaporization of Endometriosis (Time 4:12). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.7. SELS: Laparoscopic Oophorectomy with Decompression (Time 4:56). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.8. SELS: Laparoscopic Excision of Torsioned Ovarian Mass (Time 3:59). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.9. SELS: Oophorectomy, Decompression and Colpotomy For Ovrian Mass (Time 5:13). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.10. SELS: Laparoscopic Myomectomy (Time 6:34). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.11. SELS: Laparoscopic Cervico-Isthmic Cerclage (Time 6:12). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.12. SELS: Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (Time 4:46). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.13. SELS: Laparoscopic Hysterectomy for Huge Fibroid (Time 6:28). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.14. SELS: Laparoscopic Tubal Ligation With Filshie Clips (Time 1:21). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.15. SELS: Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy (Time 7:43). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.
  • 11. Demir P a g e | 1116. SELS: Laparoscopic Vagino-Sacropexy With Graft (Time 7:08). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2010.17. SELS: Laparoscopic Unilateral Salpingo- Oophorectomy , Bagging & Vaginal Morcellation (Time 6:14). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2011.18. SELS: Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy and Vagino-Cervico-Sacropexy (time 6:57). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2011.19. SELS: Improved Vaginal Manipulator for Laparoscopy Sacrocolpopexy (time 6:57). Richard H. Demir, MD, and Greg J. Marchand, MD. YouTube.com (Elite Laparoscopic channel). 2012. HIGHLIGHTS OF CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES1. American Fertility Society, New Orleans, 1991. Update on In-Vitro Fertilization and ART. Meeting and Plenary Sessions.2. World Congress of In-Vitro Fertilization and Assisted Reproduction, Kyoto, Japan, 1993. Plenary Sessions.3. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, Las Vegas, 1994. Medical-Legal Implications of Perinatal Medicine. Advances In Antepartum Fetal Surveillance. Meeting and Plenary Sessions.4. Healthdyne, Dana Point, 1994. Physicians Educational Awareness Course on Hypertension.5. Medical Education Collaborative, Scottsdale, 1994. Controversies in Gynecology: Managed Care Perspective.6. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, Atlanta, 1995. Contemporary Management of Multiple Gestation. Tough Topics in Targeted Ultrasound. Meeting and Plenary Sessions.
  • 12. Demir P a g e | 127. Saint Luke’s Health Systems, Palm Beach, 1995. Reducing Cesarean Birth.8. Advanced Laparoscopy Training Center, Marietta, 1995. Pelvic Floor Reconstruction / Bladder Suspension.9. University of California, San Francisco, 1995. Antepartum and Intrapartum Management.10. Samaritan Health System, Scottsdale, 1995. Advanced Ultrasound Techniques in Obstetrics and Gynecology.11. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, Hawaii, 1996. Medical - Surgical Complications of Pregnancy. Meeting and Plenary sessions.12. National Center for Advanced Medical Education, Chicago, 1996. High-Risk Obstetrics.13. Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, Phoenix, 1996. 13th Annual Obstetrical Challenges of the 1990s.14. American College of Surgeons 82nd Clinical Congress, San Francisco, 1996. Breast Disease.15. Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Orlando, 1996. Reducing Cesarean Section Rates While Maintaining Maternal and Infant Outcomes.16. Good Samaritan Health System, Phoenix, 1996. Advanced Ultrasound Techniques in Obstetrics and Gynecology.17. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, Anaheim, 1997. Controversies in Prematurity. Managed Health Care in Maternal – Fetal Medicine. Meeting and Plenary Sessions.18. American College of Surgeons 83rd Clinical Congress, Chicago, 1997. Presentation, Meeting and Plenary Sessions.19. Society for Minimally Invasive Therapy, 9th Annual International Meeting, Kyoto, Japan, 1997. Presentation, Meeting and Plenary Sessions.20. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, Miami Beach, 1998. Critical Care Obstetrics. Meeting and Plenary Sessions.
  • 13. Demir P a g e | 13 21. University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix, 1998. Advanced Ultrasound Techniques in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 22. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, San Francisco, 1999. Meeting and Plenary Sessions 23. University of Chicago, Oak Brook, 1999. Pregnancy Loss: Early and Late Fetal Demise. 24. University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix, 1999. Advanced Ultrasound Techniques in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 25. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, Miami Beach, 2000. Controversies in Management of Hypertension and Diabetes in Pregnancy. Meeting and Plenary Sessions. 26. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, Reno, 2001. Obstetric Ultrasound 2001: New Applications and Old Dilemmas. Meeting and Plenary Sessions. 27. UCLA School of Medicine, Reno, 2001. First Trimester Obstetrical Ultrasound and Prenatal Screening. 28. University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix, 2001. Advanced Ultrasound Techniques in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 29. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, New Orleans, 2002. Medical Complications of Pregnancy. Meeting and Plenary Sessions. 30. Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, Phoenix, 2002. Obstetrical Challenges of the 3rd Millennium. 31. University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix, 2002. Advanced Ultrasound Techniques in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 32. 12th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, New York, 2002. Meeting and Plenary Sessions. 33. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, San Francisco, 2003. Doppler Ultrasound in the High Risk Pregnancy. Meeting and Plenary Sessions. 34. Wake Forest University School of Medicine, New Orleans, 2003. Advanced Applied Ultrasound in Obstetrics.
  • 14. Demir P a g e | 14 35. University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix, 2003. Advanced Ultrasound Techniques in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 36. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, New Orleans, 2004. Genetics. Meeting and Plenary Sessions. 37. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, Reno, 2005. Identification and Management of Patients with Premature Labor and Premature Rupture of Membranes. Ultrasound and Prenatal Diagnosis: An Update. Meeting and Plenary Sessions. 38. University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix, 2005. Advanced Ultrasound Techniques in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Nuchal Translucency Credentialing Course through Maternal – Fetal Medicine Foundation. 39. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, Miami Beach, 2006. Advanced Imaging in Obstetrics. Meeting and Plenary Sessions. 40. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, San Francisco, 2007. Meeting and Plenary Sessions. 41. Banner Health Systems, Chandler, 2007. Obstetrical Challenges of the 3rd Millennium. 42. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, Dallas, 2008. Meeting and Plenary Sessions. 43. Fetal and Women’s OB/GYN Ultrasound Conference, Scottsdale, 2008 44. Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, 2008. 17th Annual Urogynecology and Disorders of the Female Pelvic Floor.45. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, San Diego, 2009. Clinical Genetics. Meeting and Plenary Sessions.46. World Robotic Gynecology Congress, Chicago, 2009. Meeting and Live Surgeries.47. Society for Maternal – Fetal Medicine, Chicago, 2010. Meeting and Plenary Sessions.48. British International Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Belfast, 2010. Presentation, Meeting and Plenary Sessions.
  • 15. Demir P a g e | 1549. Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, New York, 2010. Presentations, Meeting and Plenary Sessions.50. American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists, Las Vegas, 2010. Meeting and Plenary Sessions.51. Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, Los Angeles, 2011. Presentations, Meeting and Plenary Sessions.52. American College of Surgeons, San Francisco, 2011. Presentation, Meeting and Plenary Sessions.53. American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists, Hollywood, 2011. Presentations, Meeting and Plenary Sessions.54. Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, Boston, 2012. Presentations, Meeting and Plenary Sessions.55. American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists, Las Vegas, 2012. Presentations, Meeting and Plenary Sessions.
  • 16. Demir P a g e | 16 INTERNET REGISTRATIONSSociety of Elite Laparoscopic Surgeons www.EliteSurg.orgTwo Kilo Club www.TwoKiloClub.comDesert Women’s Care www.DesertWomensCare.comYouTube Video Channel Elite LaparoscopicLinkedIn www.LinedIn.com/in/demir/md LICENSURE AND REGISTRATIONState of Arizona Medical License License Number 36773State of Illinois Medical License License Number 036-073263 Controlled Substances License Number 336-036865State of Ohio Medical License License Number 88904Federal DEA Number BD0981147National Provider Identifier Number 1255410791Taxonomy Code 207V00000XUPIN C44352 ILPIN 114819Medicaid Number 203537Tax I.D. Number 271178404FCVS 65207ABOG Diplomate Number 884081