New Master Clinician, New Discoveries in Lung Cancer and Other Thoracic Surgeries

New Master Clinicians

Philip A. Linden, MD, (left), inaugural David P. Miller and Frances A. Cosentino Master Clinician in Thoracic & Esophageal Surgery at UH Cleveland Medical Center, is congratulated by Frances Cosentino and David Miller.

University Hospitals recently honored Philip A. Linden, MD, as the inaugural David P. Miller and Frances A. Cosentino Master Clinician in Thoracic & Esophageal Surgery at UH Cleveland Medical Center. David Miller’s $1 million gift was matched with $250,000 from the Goodman Trust at the Cleveland Foundation.

The endowed position supports innovation and discovery in the Division of Thoracic & Esophageal Surgery at UH. Under Dr. Linden’s leadership, the division has grown dramatically and its renowned experts perform more than 800 thoracic surgical procedures every year. The division has earned national recognition for its use of leading-edge technology – especially minimally invasive surgery -- in diagnosing and treating cancer.

David Miller is an inaugural member of the Seidman Cancer Leadership Council and a longtime civic leader and supporter. The Miller – Cosentino Master Clinician demonstrates the couple’s dedication to UH, its patients and the community.

Endowed positions such as chairs, directors and master clinicians provide a lasting way for individuals or a family to make a deep impact on patient health. To learn more about gifts of endowment, please contact us at 216-983-2200 or visit our Gift Planning site.

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