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Dr. Nicholas Tadros Awarded 2018 Resident Teaching: Faculty Teacher of the Year

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Here's what the residents had to say about Dr. Tadros...


-He is always willing to go the extra step to teach us

-He is dedicated to teaching the residents & passing on knowledge of field & skills

-He is great at teaching, enthusiastic imparting of knowledge appreciated

-He is very knowledgeable, great teacher, and brings different experiences that help in our learning

-He is exceptionally enjoyable to work with in the operating room. Allows excellent level of autonomy. Teaching in the clinic is fantastic as well.

-Between a breadth of knowledge and experience, always great to operate with.

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