Society of Black Colon and Rectal Surgeons
SBCRS was created to Mentor, Develop, and Advocate for the growth of Black Colorectal Surgeons
Members will have access to mentorship by top surgeons in the colorectal field.
We believe in the collective use of our resources to help support and reduce healthcare disparities.
We advocate for the success of underrepresented Black and minority colorectal surgeons and for health equity for our Black patients.
The Society of Black Colon and Rectal Surgeons (SBCRS) is a nonprofit organization established to mentor, support, and foster the development of colorectal surgeons across the country. We believe in the advancement of colorectal health equity in underserved communities and strive to increase the number of Black (and other underrepresented minorities) in this field.
A core mission of SBCRS is to facilitate the fellowship and professional development of members through sponsorships, mentorships, and networking. We support and encourage member involvement in various leadership positions to effect meaningful change in national and international surgical societies.
We believe in creating a society for Black colon and rectal surgeons by harnessing the entirety of our resources to help support and reduce healthcare disparities in underserved, and underrepresented Nations.
SBCRS believes in increasing the number of Blacks and minorities moving into medical school, general surgery, and colon and rectal surgery by providing holistic support for Black colorectal surgeons, improving representation, and fostering careers of black and underrepresented minority colorectal surgeons. Join us today.
Become a member
Join the Society of Black Colon and Rectal Surgeons. We mentor, develop, and advocate for the growth of Black colorectal surgeons in communities.