68th Annual Meeting – Greenbrier Highlights

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2017 Annual Meeting – The Greenbrier
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About the Greenbrier

Join us at the 68th SSOMS meeting to be held at the beautiful Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, WV. Located amid the breathtaking mountains of West Virginia, The Greenbrier is a National Historic Landmark and world-class resort that has been welcoming guests from around the world since 1778. The natural mineral springs that drew their first guests over 235 years ago continue to lure visitors to the 11,000 acre luxury retreat today.

With a guest list that includes 26 of our country’s 44 Presidents, America’s Resort has long been a favorite destination of royalty, celebrities and business leaders.

Today, The Greenbrier invites a new generation to come out and play. Enjoy relaxing pastimes, start treasured traditions, or set out on an amazing adventure together.

Hotel Accommodations

Time to secure your lodging at the beautiful Greenbrier for our upcoming SSOMS Annual Meeting. You’ll have the opportunity to experience first class continuing medical education in the beautiful mountains of West Virginia.

We’ve had a great response to our SSOMS Annual Meeting on May 3-7 at the Greenbrier and our room block is sold out. We have arranged for additional reservation choices for you and your families at the Greenbrier Cottages. Some of the cottages are just a bedroom and bath, while other give you access to a parlor or complete living room and kitchen. If you are traveling with a larger family or would like to share with a colleague, please consider these beautiful accommodations.

To reserve one of these 1,2,3 or 4 bedroom cottages, please call the Greenbrier directly and ask for the SSOMS Cottage room block877-392-2243.

Copeland Hill

Copeland Hill is a stunning enclave of 35 homes located on the north side of The Greenbrier. Designed to mirror the classic style of the historic Legacy Cottages, these charming four bedroom properties are owned by members of The Greenbrier Sporting Club and are fully furnished, turnkey residences available for resort guests to rent. Expansive covered porches across the front and back offer mountain views, village access and quiet time “DownSouth.”

South Carolina Row

 

The most spacious of our Legacy Cottages, South Carolina Row has been recently restored. Originally constructed in the mid-1800s, each cottage now features a living room, dining room, fireplace and porch. Some have larger patios for entertaining.

 

Baltimore Row

 

In recent years Baltimore Row has been upgraded into multi-bedroom accommodations with private baths and porches overlooking the north lawn. They feature two to four bedrooms with king and double bed options. Each cottage also has a wet bar, perfect for entertaining guests. See more

Tansas

During World War II the cottages served as housing units for U.S. Army physicians when The Greenbrier was converted into a hospital. Families of Greenbrier executives lived in these cottages in the post-war period. Since 1980 all of the cottages have been extensively renovated and expanded for guests. See more.

Spring Row

The Spring Row Cottages were given their name because of their proximity to the spring, originally the main attraction of the resort. The cottages of Spring Row are sited where some of the earliest accommodations at The Greenbrier were built overlooking both the Springhouse and Dining Room & Tavern (now the croquet court). See more.

Paradise Row

The Paradise Row Cottages are the earliest surviving structures at The Greenbrier. Originally built in the early 1800’s, Paradise Row Cottages overlook the famous Springhouse and were once popular honeymoon accommodations.

Each cottage features one king bed, parlor with sofa bed, two bathrooms, wet bar, fireplace, patio and porch. Accommodates two to four people.

 

Our Presenters and Program

Robert C. Bosack, DDS

 “Reducing Office-based Anesthesia Morbidity”

Gary Morris, DDS

“Complications In Implant Dentistry: A Surgical and Restorative Perspective”

“Implant Related Nerve Injuries”

Mark Steinberg, DDS, MD, FACS

“Complications In Implant Dentistry: A Surgical and Restorative Perspective”

“Implant Related Nerve Injuries”

Activities and Tours

We encourage you to sign up early for all tours as space is limited. If tour minimums are not met two weeks prior to the conference they will be cancelled. In addition, the Greenbrier offers over 50+ activities on the campus for all ages including: rock and alpine tower climbing, four wheeling, axe throwing, bowling, laser tag, Aerial Adventures course, canopy ziplining, fishing, archery, kayaking, paintball, paddleboarding and horseback riding.

Visit the Greenbrier Golf Page

Visit the Greenbrier Spa Page

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