Community Service

Dr. Peter Blume lectured at the Tapion hospital in St. Lucia on limb preservation.  He lectured to the Saint Lucia medical and dental association and discussed the importance of saving limbs.  His presentation included many facets involved in the diagnosis and treatment of diabetic foot infections and gangrene.  He also discussed recent literature in reference..

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Dr. and Mrs. Peter Blume Participate in Chordoma Foundation Dinner

Dr. and Mrs. Peter Blume participated in the Chordoma Foundation dinner in New York City on 11/5/15. The path to better treatments, better care and a better experience for everyone affected by chordoma has never been clearer. The attendees were able to share ideas, and support one another in our collective efforts to gather the..

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Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons Supports Shoreline Arts Alliance

Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons was honored to recently support the Shoreline Arts Alliance in their recent “Shakespeare on the Shoreline” presentation of The Comedy of Errors on the historic Guilford Green in Guilford, CT. The support of Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons helps to provide programming, American sign language interpreters, large print and braille..

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Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons Recognizes Dr. Enzo Sella

Dr. Peter Blume of Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons was proud to be part of the awarding committee from the Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association which recognized Dr. Enzo Sella this December. Dr. Sella was recognized for advancing the discipline of foot and ankle surgery, as well as for his dedicated and commitment to podiatric residency..

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Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons Sponsors 2014 Closer To Free Ride for Cancer Research

Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons are happy to announce that they are once again sponsoring the Closer To Free ride organized by Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven. The dollars raised for the Closer to Free Ride will directly support patient care and research at Smilow Cancer Hospital and Yale Cancer Center. Smilow is Southern..

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CT Foot and Ankle Surgeons Helps Raise $1.2 Million for Cancer Research

Connecticut Foot and Ankle Surgeons were proud to once again be sponsors of the Smilow Cancer Hospital “Closer To Free” bike ride in New Haven. The event raised $1.2 Million dollars to fund Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven and it’s research to find a cure for cancer. From a recent press release: Roy Herbst..

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Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons Sponsor 2013 Smilow Cancer Ride

Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons are honored to once again be sponsors of Closer To Free, the Smilow Cancer Hospital bike ride. The dollars we raise for the Closer to Free Ride will directly support patient care and research at Smilow Cancer Hospital and Yale Cancer Center. Smilow is Southern New England’s premiere cancer hospital..

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Affiliated Foot and Ankle Sponsors “Somewhat Off The Wall”

September 26, 2012 | posted in: Community Service, Latest News | by

Dr. Peter Blume and the Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons have sponsored the Arts Council of New Haven’s “Somewhat Off The Wall” event. The unique event is designed to connect New Haven community members with local artists. A description from the Arts Council’s website: Somewhat Off the Wall, a unique art exhibition and party from..

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Affiliated Foot and Ankle Sponsors Smilow Cancer Hospital “Closer To Free Ride”

September 13, 2012 | posted in: Community Service, Latest News | by

Members of Affiliated Foot and Ankle Surgeons both sponsored and participated in the Closer to Free Ride,” a bike ride through New Haven that supports the cancer research at Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven hospital. From the Closer To Free Ride Homepage: “Opened in 2009, Smilow Cancer Hospital treats more cancer patients than any..

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Dr. Blume and Wife Donate to Smilow Cancer Hospital

Dr. Peter Blume and his wife Alyssa have pledged to support Smilow Cancer Hospital in thanks for the care their daughter Ashley received. Now they are challenging friends and colleagues to match them. To learn more, read the whole story in the PDF of Making An Impact magazine.

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